Jewelry artist Kory Delannoy creates intricate silver wire-wrapped pendants intertwined with precious stones. He masterfully transforms the metal material into fluid organic-shaped forms that ethereally clasp around gems.”  FH&G

 

Tourmaline, Watermelon Tourmaline, Peridot, Red Garnet, Citrine and Welo Opal. 

Sterling silver wrapped pendants starting at $200.
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Kory has been working as a silver wire wrapping jewelry artist for over eight years. He draws inspiration from the beaches, forests, and mountains surrounding the Pacific Northwest.

Only the highest quality sterling silver and natural gemstones are used to craft these
creations. Various wires are intentionally wrapped by hand into a whimsical design
creating a variety of coils, braiding and three-dimensional shapes. For this reason, each
and every one of these creations is one of a kind and features unique details.” 
KD

What is the connection with history in Kory’s jewelry, you ask?

A: While in college, he traveled to Paris and fell in love with its architecture. And so, in his work, there are elements of medieval and mystical themes.

Kory integrates opposition from the gemstones with the weaving and wrapping of the pendant to create an incredible piece of jewelry. Now at Fairweather’s through October, November, and December.

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Celebrating more than 15 years of representing more than 200 regional artists by showing original art on display with a new themed exhibition each month.

FH&G Vision: To enrich the culture of life and to become a leader in the area of art appreciation.

This Gallery has become one of the historic Gilbert District’s most sought-after destinations offering an ever-changing and amazing visual experience.” –The Seaside Signal

“Slightly Twisted” vase by Mike Brown 

Individual sections of yellow heart, red heart, black walnut, big leaf maple, and cherry wood turned into a spectacular vase. Signed 2022.

New fall inventory of segmented nautilus sculptures: Black walnut, shell shells with maple and Sapele wood, maple, and aromatic red cedar shell by Mike Brown.

Each shell has more than 140 slices of segmented wood.

Each shell takes more than 40 hours to create. For 2022, Mike Brown introduced custom-made stands for his shells. Signed and numbered.

Mike Brown won multiple Best of Show awards at the National Artistry in Wood juried shows. And, too, h has won Best of Class and Best of Division awards at the National Juried Woodworking show for his nautilus shells.

 

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.

Through October 25

 TURNING, an exhibition, featuring N.W. master wood-turners Mike Brown, Martin Conley, Stuart Dittbrenner, Daniel Harris, Robert McWhirter, and Tom Willing. Introducing live edge furniture by Richard Guadagni.

New autumn-themed art by oil painter Colette Fallon, impasto painter Karen E. Lewis, photographer Linda Fenton-Mendenhall, and Aimee art by Vanessa K. Stokes.

Welcoming meandering gems and silver wire jewelry by Kory Delannoy.

 

 

 

Resident artist Mike Brown suggested the Fairweather October exhibition theme, TURNING, highlighting the diverse, exceptional talents of N.W. woodturners.

Connecting art seekers and makers through thoughtfully curated exhibitions, juried shows, collaborative projects, and installations. Our commitment to local artists and frequent rotation of new exhibits offers visitors a fresh and dynamic art experience.”

 

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

https://fairweatherhouseandgallery.com

Melissa Jander, Fairweather’s featured September artist, painted a Plein air oil sketch on the Seaside beach during her stay for the BALANCING ACT show.

Last Call.

Special Exhibition through September 25

BALANCING ACT

Features watercolorist Paul Brent,  ceramic artist Sandy Visse, mural artist Toni Avery, en Plein air and studio artist Melissa Jander, whimsical artist Marga Stanley, contemporary artist Diane Copenhaver, mixed media artist Jan Rimerman, fine jewelry maker Jim Hayes, and craft maker Pat Tulip. 

Opening reception images for BALANCING ACT, Fairweather’s exhibition. Collage by Linda Fenton-Mendenhall, Seaside First Saturday Art Walk photographer. Art by Michael Muldoon on the left and the upper right is artist Toni Avery pictured with her art, and on the lower right are patrons during the September Seaside First Saturday Art Walk.

Connecting art seekers and makers through thoughtfully curated exhibitions, juried shows, collaborative projects, and installations. Our commitment to local artists and frequent rotation of new exhibits offers visitors a fresh and dynamic art experience.”

October 01, 2022

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.

October Art Walk 5-7 p.m.

Opening reception for TURNING, an exhibition featuring N.W. master wood-turners Mike Brown, Martin Conley, Stuart Dittbrenner, Daniel Harris, Robert McWhirter, and Tom Willing. Introducing live edge furniture by Richard Guadagni. Seaside Painting LIVE (™) episode by Paul Brent. Live music by Chelsea LaFey and Richard Thomasian.


Shout out for the new season

Through October 25

The TURNING exhibition will show new autumn-themed art by oil painter Colette Fallon, impasto painter Karen E. Lewis, photographer Linda Fenton-Mendenhall, and Aimee art by Vanessa K. Stokes.

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

Just in! Stunning hand-felted brooches with vintage lamp-work glass beads and hand-sewn seed pearls by Pat Tulip.

Just perfect! Hand-felted clutch purse with whiskey faceted quartz teardrop stones, hand-sewn seed pearls, and felted flowers by Pat Tulip. Truly, one-of-a-kind.

But, wait! There’s more! Pat Tulip’s “Garden Series” of hand-wired precious gemstone earrings with a copper french-clip back.

Left to right: Carnelian gems, citron gems, topaz gems, amber gems, amethyst gems, and citron gems with peridot leaves and vintage seed pearls. 

In her own words: “I cannot believe I completed this,”  says N.W. jewelry designer Pat Tulip.

Hand-cut abalone shell pendant with cultured pearls, hand-wired in gold, hand-carved shell leaves, and laser-cut shells, with selected graduated pearl potatoes necklace. Surely, one-of-a-kind.

 

Go, sit upon the lofty hill, And turn your eyes around, Where waving woods and waters wild do hymn an autumn sound. The summer sun is faint on them— The summer flowers depart— Sit still—  Except your musing heart.”  Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Pat Tulip is a signature textile and jewelry artist for the Fairweather Galler. Shed recently opened up her garden and home for the 2022 Fall C.B. Garden and Cottage Tour, a favorite local fundraiser.

 

Go, sit upon the lofty hill, And turn your eyes around, Where waving woods and waters wild do hymn an autumn sound. The summer sun is faint on them— The summer flowers depart— Sit still—  Except your musing heart.”  Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

BALANCING ACT tablescape #1: mouth-blown art glass vase, recycled glass beverage glasses with sand-blasted dragon fly motif, mixed media collage by NW artist Sherrie Stahl, hammered copper necklace by NW metalsmith Nikki Hatt, fused glass series by Christine Downs, hand-carved pedestal by master wood-worker Stuart Dittbrenner, and hand-stitched felted, filled door knocker October ornaments.

BALANCING ACT tablescape #2: impasto oils by Leah Kohlenberg, micro oil jellyfish series by Vicky Combs-Snider, wall clock by master wood-worked Stuart Dittbrenner, art glass platters and plates by Christine Downs, landscape mural strike-off by Toni Avery, vintage mouth-blown glass, hand-blown eggplant vegetables, and wood turned candlesticks with Illumne candles.

BALANCING ACT tablescape #3: velvet and chintz hand-sewn pumpkins with dried gourd stems by textile artist Pat Tulip, mouth-blown stemware, exquisitely crafted, highly coveted Melmac grape clusters cascading over a Fairweather signature mouth-blown glass vase, autumn oil painting by Melissa Jander, silk ribbon rolls, and artichoke retro-resin vegetables.

Q: Why are retro/ mid-century faux veggies and fruit trending, you ask?

A: It was an element of surprise, happiness, and playfulness that fake veggies and glass fruit are used as props as display items in the gallery. Customers asked if the fake food items were available for sale.

“Consumers are craving interior design choices that are as comforting as they are whimsical.”

Q: Why the exhibition theme of the BALANCING ACT, you ask?

A: Saying goodbye to summer and the seasonal art on display could be challenging. However, highlighting the time during early fall has historically proved fruitful. It is time to hit the reset button and balance the indoor and outdoor activities on the calendar. The September fall season is the adult time to visit Seaside and view comforting and calming art. It’s the second summer.

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.

Special Exhibition through September 25

BALANCING ACT

Features watercolorist Paul Brent,  ceramic artist Sandy Visse, mural artist Toni Avery, en Plein air and studio artist Melissa Jander, whimsical artist Marga Stanley, contemporary artist Diane Copenhaver, mixed media artist Jan Rimerman, fine jewelry maker Jim Hayes, and craft maker Pat Tulip. 

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

Made Mostly by Hand. “Mermaid on Shell” by Sandy Visse was created for Fairweather’s September exhibition, BALANCING ACT.

Look. Mermaid turned. Perfectly balanced.

For BALANCING ACT, a Fairweather exhibition, summer and fall oil paintings by Michael Muldoon, a collection of hardcover cookbooks on display with retro and mid-century wood picture frames, and autumn art glass by Christine Downs.

For BALANCING ACT,  fluted fused glass by D’arcy Martin, sculptures by Chas Martin, art glass by Bob Heath, handpainted textiles by Janis Childs,  art glass plates and platters by Christine Downs.

From the opening reception of BALANCING ACT, Fairweather’s September exhibition, a collage created by Linda Fenton-Mendenhall,  Seaside First Saturday Art Walk photographer. Top left: Melissa Jander, en Plein air artist, showing her painting of a dancer. Middle left: Art Walk hostesses. Bottom left: Art Walk patrons. Right top photo: guests and visitors. Right bottom: artist Marga Stanley, speaking about her art created for the show.

BALANCING ACT is just beautiful!!!
Walking into your gallery is a delight, and how you have artfully displayed all the work is fantastic. Hugs.
M

P.S.: You are a treasure!!!!!!!

Aw, gee whiz. Thanks. M.



Taking all this new work and putting it together in such an artistic manner, planning out each display with thoughtfulness, mindful of the theme you created, and having it all come together with such a stunning visual experience is just amazing.
Thank you for all your hard work!

Cheers.
Tom

For BALANCING ACT, artist Toni Avery is pictured with her impressive 4×6 painting, encaustic art by Peg Wells, and art glass by Christine Downs.

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.

Through September 25

 BALANCING ACT is an exhibition highlighting the symmetry found in contemporary and traditional art.

Features watercolorist Paul Brent,  ceramic artist Sandy Visse, mural artist Toni Avery, en Plein air and studio artist Melissa Jander, whimsical artist Marga Stanley, contemporary artist Diane Copenhaver, mixed media artist Jan Rimerman, fine jewelry maker Jim Hayes, and craft maker Pat Tulip. 

BALANCING ACT staging by KD Fairweather, Allied member, A.S.I.D., American Society of Interior Designers.

Images by Linda Fenton-Mendenhall for Seaside First Saturday Art Walk.

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“Indian Beach Sunrise” by Victoria Brooks

8 x 16 original oil on linen

En plein air in Ecola Oregon State Park

August 2022

“And all at once, Summer collapsed into Fall.” -Oscar Wilde 

It was great seeing you this summer! We are sad to leave our Rockway Beach, Oregon, summer place. Our home in CA was 110 degrees today, but we must get back and prepare for the NOAPS show in Jackson Hole in September. — Victoria Brooks.

“Graceful Reflections”
Artist: VICTORIA BROOKS 
Oil on Linen
36x24x2 Inches
$4500.
 
Congratulations to Victoria Brooks! “Graceful Reflections” has been selected for NOAPS Best of America 2022. The event is in Jackson, WY, and opens with a reception Friday, September 16 @ 5-7 pm www.noaps.org

“One must maintain a little bit of summer.”

– Henry David Thoreau

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Pacific Coast Highway North Oregon Coast map

Swinging Bridge, Oswald West State Park along the Oregon Coast

Linda Fenton-Mendenhall, photographer

Oswald West State Park is located about 20 miles south of the city of Seaside, adjacent to Arch Cape, on the Pacific Coast Highway.


A walk on the beach | Outdoors – discoverourcoast.com

https://www.discoverourcoast.com › coastal-life › a-walk-…
 
Oswald West State Park is a hidden gem along the historic Oregon Coast on U.S. Highway 101. With suspension bridges, tunnels that lead to …

Linda Fenton-Mendenhall, a North coast photographer, has not taken photography classes. What she has is an eye. She discovered intuitively what makes a compelling photo: detail, composition, and a fresh angle. She frequently shoots at ground level, giving majesty to landscapes and sea stacks.” –Discover Our Coast article

More about Linda Fenton-Mendenhall:

The Fentons are a five-generation family in Clatsop County. Linda’s father, Allen Fenton, ran the Memories of Warrenton Facebook page. He passed down his appreciation of the region to his daughter, though his projects emphasized the local history, her views, and landscapes.

Indian Beach at Ecola State Park along the Oregon Coast by Linda Fenton-Mendenhall


Ecola State Park and Indian Beach (U.S. National Park Service)

https://www.nps.gov › places › ecola-state-park
 
 
 
2022 — Captain William Clark and 12 members of the Corps of Discovery traveled through what is now the park in 1806 in search of a beached whale near …
 
 
 
 

Linda Fenton-Mendenhall has a permanent display at Fairweather House & Gallery in Seaside and is the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk photographer. And, just now, delivered new signed photo cards to the Gallery, photos that may be included in her 2023 calendar.

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

Fall by the Sea vintage fabric pumpkins by Pat Tulip

Handmade velvet and vintage fabric plush pumpkins with natural gourd stems.

Unusual tri-color glass pumpkins in earthy tones.
Peachy book fold art.

But, wait!  There is more.

Mouth blown glass pumpkins, hand-made birds by Sandy Visse and coral branch necklaces by Pat Tulip.  

Made by NW Hands ™.

Peachy-Pink is a beautiful color, because it is one of the colors that the sun makes at twilight and in the dawns.”  

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Above: Lace agate set into a silver silver frame with maker’s hallmark. Earrings by Jim Hayes.

Above: Top left, bumblebee jasper stone/  top right, lapis/ bottom left, abalone with sterling fringe/ bottom middle, turquoise set in hammered sterling/ bottom right, Deschutes jasper. All earrings are set in sterling.

Oval abalone shell, set in silver with sterling silver fringe earrings.

Jim Hayes is a talented silversmith who also cuts, shapes, and polishes the stones in his eye-catching designs. His unique jewelry showcases the beauty of nature, and all are made by hand.

Jim Hayes has a love for natural stones. He uses stones found In Oregon, cuts, and sets his stones in a sterling silver setting with his maker’s hallmark. Jim Hayes has been designing and crafting jewelry for thirty-plus years. Started at the Saturday Market in Portland, eventually expanding into The Real Mother Goose, and later selected a few galleries in the Northwest to represent his work. He lives around lots of water, so when a break is needed, he goes and sits by the river, meditating and pretending to be fishing.

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.

September 3 through September 25

 BALANCING ACT, an exhibition highlighting the symmetry found in contemporary and traditional art.

Featuring  watercolorist Paul Brent,  ceramic artist Sandy Visse, mural artist Toni Avery,en Plein air and studio artist Melissa Jander, whimsical artist Marga Stanley, contemporary artist Diane Copenhaver, mixed media artist Jan Rimerman, fine jewelry maker Jim Hayes, and craft maker Pat Tulip. 

Please read more about our Seaside gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.