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Earth & Ocean Arts Festival

Art and environment go hand in hand during September’s Earth & Ocean Arts Festival. The festival showcases the wonders of the natural world and encourages environmental stewardship through a range of gallery exhibits and art performances. Below, you’ll find some photos and information from a demonstration Jeff did in the gallery during the 2019 event. While we’re never sure the kiddie pool will make a return, it’s always interesting to watch Jeff’s paintings as they develop. (Many thanks to Linda Gebhart and Greta Hartman for these photographs of the process.)

 

The background forest was first painted on bone dry watercolor paper.

After drying completely (overnight) the painting gets a bath for 20 minutes or so. It comes out completely saturated and floppy like a big noodle-

Next, wadding it up as tightly as possible. This is what creates the crinkle effect giving the painting its unique characteristics.

Flattened (sort of) back out. It’s still shiny wet!

Over the under-painting goes the washes of transparent watercolor to create the “mood”-

Establishing the location and character of the main tree-

Further developing the foreground tree at the beginning of day three.

Adding some “sizzle” with Holbein Gold pigment to the limbs, branches and trunk (detail)

The finished watercolor “Standing Together”.

 




37th Annual Stormy Weather Arts Festival

We have been a part of the Stormy Weather Arts Festival since it began, the same year we opened our gallery in 1987. One of Cannon Beach’s most popular events, you can immerse yourself in the creative culture that has long been a part of this community, which has also been recognized as one of the 100 best art towns in America. The weekend offers musical performances and gallery events with the opportunity to meet artists, see their latest works or watch them demonstrate their techniques. Make your reservations for next years “Stormy”, November 1-3, 2024.

 

“Eventide” & “Take It Slow” were both released during the 2023 Stormy Weather Arts Festival.

 

Take It Slow

 




25th Annual Spring Unveiling Arts Festival

Each spring, Cannon Beach art galleries collect the latest works from their featured artists to showcase at the Spring Unveiling Arts Festival. Jeff takes part each year by sharing his newest originals and prints. He will be in the gallery throughout the weekend to catch up with visitors and answer questions.

Click here for events going on throughout town during Spring Unveiling weekend.

 




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