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Seaside First Saturday Art Walk

First such event of 2018 takes place March 3

Published on February 27, 2018 12:04PM

The Whet Spot features the Art of Pouring

Courtesy Denise Fairweather

The Whet Spot features the Art of Pouring

“Artsy Goddess” necklace by Cathy Tippin, of SunRose Gallery

Courtesy Denise Fairweather

“Artsy Goddess” necklace by Cathy Tippin, of SunRose Gallery

Divine Fair Trade at Moxie Shine On

Courtesy Denise Fairweather

Divine Fair Trade at Moxie Shine On

“Kinsale Door” by Richard Newman, of Fairweather Gallery

Courtesy Denise Fairweather

“Kinsale Door” by Richard Newman, of Fairweather Gallery

“Helliboris” by Mike Mason, of Fairweather Gallery norforsale

Courtesy Denise Fairweather

“Helliboris” by Mike Mason, of Fairweather Gallery norforsale

“Windswept” by Judy Shaw, of Fairweather Gallery

Courtesy Fairweather Gallery

“Windswept” by Judy Shaw, of Fairweather Gallery

A painting of a heron at Blue Bond Studio

Courtesy Denise Fairweather

A painting of a heron at Blue Bond Studio

Ukuele playing at Beach Books

Courtesy Denise Fairweather

Ukuele playing at Beach Books


SEASIDE — The Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, celebrating its 14th year in 2018, hosts local, regional and nationally acclaimed artists in various businesses, galleries and locations along Broadway Street and Holladay Drive in the historic Gilbert District. The next Art Walk takes place 5 to 7 p.m. March 3.

SunRose Gallery

606 Broadway St.

Jewelry is in the air at SunRose this month! Owner/china artist Cathy Tippin is creating earrings and pendants with some of her favorite dishes, both vintage and modern. Also featured will be handcrafted jewelry by local artists Patty Thurlby, Charlotte Bruhn, Sandy Higgins and Vicki Sullivan.

Moxie Shine On

609 Broadway St.

We support more than 100 nonprofits and artisan cooperatives from all over the world. We have delightful and hip clothing, jewelry, gifts and home goods! We will be featuring Divine Fair Trade Chocolate.

“You get chocolate and an amazing story of the family farmers of Kuapa Kokoo, an amazing organization that helps increase family income and encouraging women to be leaders in their cooperative.”

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.

The “Fresh Green” opening reception at Fairweather’s features beautiful art celebrating the spring greening season. Art from Michael Muldoon and Richard Newman focuses on the Irish realm of emerald landscapes and quaint architecture.

Karen E. Lewis, oil painter; Fred Lukens, myrtle woodcrafter; Carolyn Macpherson, watercolorist; Mike Mason, pressed florals and leaves; and Gayle H. Seely, beaded mosaics, will attend.

Seaside/Gearhart naturalist Neal Maine will speak about the ecology of the coastal habitat at 6 p.m.

Macpherson and Muldoon will offer Seaside Painting LIVE™ episodes. Free art demonstration and open to the public. Live music by Shirley 88. Welcoming new artist Judy Shaw.

The Loft Gallery at Beach Books

616 Broadway St.

A group show — an encore — featuring artists who have recently exhibited in our gallery. In addition, the Seaside group playing 14 Ukuleles returns for an encore! Uke Group promotes community involvement, entertainment and social interaction based in the beautiful North Coast region.

Dough Dough Bakery

8 North Holladay Drive

Art Walk arena featuring resident artist Scott Colin Johnson. Johnson’s landscape studies are rooted in en plein air painting, a French term meaning to paint outdoors in the natural light. Early on, Johnson began to add the little touches that rouse the imagination — the faint treetops that indicate a valley beyond the hill, or the tiny glint of water that tantalizes over a grassy dune. These hints at an unseen landscape beyond the one we see were an introduction to his dream world.

The Whet Spot

12 N. Holladay Drive

The Whet Spot offers a relaxed, friendly, adults-only atmosphere, where patrons can catch up with old friends while enjoying craft beers, ciders and wines. No minors permitted at any time. Featuring the Art of Pouring with 20 rotating taps for craft beers and ciders, a growler-filling station and wines by the glass.

Blue Bond Studio, Art School and Gallery

417 South Holladay Drive

Featuring amazing paintings by artist Blue Bond done in oil on canvas. Animals, people, still life and wonderful scenery pictures delight guests. Blue is also a teacher and enjoys passing on his vast knowledge to novices and experienced painters alike.

Find additional original art during the day at Hold Fast Gallery (611 Broadway St.), Seaside Antique Mall (726 Broadway St.) and Seaside Coffee House (3 N. Holladay Drive).















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