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Landscape photographer shares work of Oregon Coast, celebrates Beach Bill legacy
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Landscape photographer shares work of Oregon Coast, celebrates Beach Bill legacy

FORT CLATSOP — Rick Schafer, a prolific photographer and fifth-generation Oregonian, will share his work at the next “In Their Footsteps” event, part of a free monthly speaker series hosted by Lewis and Clark National Historical...

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Photo narrative from natural places on view at LightBox
Photo narrative from natural places on view at LightBox

astoria — LightBox Photographic Gallery in Astoria will open a series titled “Whole” by Ken Hochfeld, a Portland landscape photographer, at 5 p.m. May 13, during the Second Saturday Art Walk.

The exhibition will kick off...

Frances Stilwell exhibits 82 paintings of native plants in Oregon’s eco-regions
Frances Stilwell exhibits 82 paintings of native plants in Oregon’s eco-regions

ILWACO, Wash. — The Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum in Ilwaco is presenting an exhibition of 82 paintings by Frances Stilwell that depict the native plants of Oregon’s eight eco-regions.

Composed of pastel drawings with oils and...

From winter darkness comes a Spring Unveiling
From winter darkness comes a Spring Unveiling

From nature to wide-eyed dreams, inspiration for participating artists comes in many forms

By Nancy McCarthy

For Coast Weekend

First, comes the inspiration.

Then, the art.

Finally, the unveiling.

For each artist...

Beaver Tales: From near extinction to a place in art
Beaver Tales: From near extinction to a place in art
Celebrating nature’s builder
Artist residency applications now being accepted
Artist residency applications now being accepted

Astoria — Astoria Visual Arts and Recology Western Oregon are looking for artists to take up the Coastal Oregon Artist Residency, a program focused on creating art from materials from Recology’s Astoria Recycling Depot and Transfer...

Close to Home: Let there be bowls
Close to Home: Let there be bowls

“In dwelling, be close to the land. In meditation, go deep to the heart.” — Lao Tsu, author of the Tao Te Ching

Up the hill from Tucker Creek in Astoria, a fire blazes inside the anagama kiln, or “cave kiln.”...

See ‘Art of the Resistance’ at KALA

ASTORIA — Don’t miss the opportunity to see Terry Robinett’s “Art of the Resistance,” an ongoing art exhibit at KALA (1017 Marine Dr.) on display through June 5.

Robinett is the current artist-in-residence of...

Astoria Artists encouraged to share studios in July

Astoria — Artists interested in participating in the 2017 Astoria Open Studios Tour — an Astoria Visual Arts event the last weekend in July — must register by May 15.

During the tour, held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July...

‘It’s the art of life and a life of art’ 
Washington artist opens ‘Indigenous Intrinsic Manifestations’ exhibit at Clatsop Community College
‘It’s the art of life and a life of art’ Washington artist opens ‘Indigenous Intrinsic Manifestations’ exhibit at Clatsop Community College

ASTORIA — The term “renaissance man” describes a person with many talents in a wide range of disciplines.

It’s an accurate term to describe Linley Logan, a Bremerton, Washington, multidisciplinary contemporary artist...

The Arts: A visit to this gallery is bound to make an imprint
The Arts: A visit to this gallery is bound to make an imprint
Imprint Gallery offers quirky statues, contemplative paintings and printmaking possibilities

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