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Trail’s End Art Association offering watercolor course, judged show, kids’ camp

Published on June 15, 2017 12:01AM

The Trail’s End Gallery, formerly the ‘Little Red Schoolhouse,’ is the oldest gallery on the North Coast.

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The Trail’s End Gallery, formerly the ‘Little Red Schoolhouse,’ is the oldest gallery on the North Coast.

A printing by Judith Morris

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A printing by Judith Morris

Trail’s End Gallery interior

Submitted photo

Trail’s End Gallery interior


GEARHART — A few spots remain open for a four-day Trail’s End Art Association’s watercolor course, taught in July by award-winning artist Judith Morris.

Anyone interested in taking the course — which runs Monday, July 24, through Thursday, July 27 — should contact Jane McGeehan at janem270@gmail.com.

In addition, the Trail’s End Gallery will be hosting its 67th Annual Judged Show in July, with an opening reception held 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 1, during the Gearhart Art Walk. Awards will be given at 3 p.m. to winning participants.

The annual show attracts more than 70 entrants from all over the Pacific Northwest working in all media and of all ages, the gallery said in a release. The show runs through Friday, July 28.

On July 4, the gallery will open for showing and sales inside and in the tent outdoors. There will be children’s activities inside from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. following Gearhart’s Fourth of July parade.

Kids Camp with the theme “Secrets and Treasures of the Ancient Forest,” taught by Kathy Karbo, will run Monday, July 17, through Monday, July 24. For more information, contact Karbo at Kathy@KathyKarbo.com or 503-235-0211.

The gallery is located at 656 A St., one block south of Pacific Way.

For information about Trail’s End Gallery membership and activities, contact the office at 503-717-9458, or visit trailsendart.org.





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