Welcoming artist Barbara Bacon Folawn.



“A Place of Dreams” pastel by Barbara Bacon Folawn


“With a special interest in plein air painting, I find it satisfying to visit the quiet areas of the Oregon coast with pencil and paintbrush to capture the light and colors of our natural environment.


When I paint on location, I lose myself in the moment and use all my senses to learn about and interpret what I see in front of me. The result is a fresh and essential rendering, an impression from the heart and a moment in time. Whether I am using a small sketchbook, a canvas or watercolor paper, I treasure the process and results of plein air painting, which often inspires larger works in the studio.”




“Choosing a Path”  pastel by Barbara Bacon Folawn

“As I look back at these sketches and paintings, I remember very clearly the feeling of the day, the light, the fragrances, the sounds, and the colors of each scene that I captured.”




“Exploring on a Sunny Day”  pastel by Barbara Bacon Folawn


“I am a member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon, Salem Art Association, Keizer Art Association, Salem’s Artists-in-Action and the Cannon Beach Art Association.”  Barbara Bacon Folawn



Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway Street

Expanding Horizons, an exhibition, featuring artists turning to nature seeking to express its evocative power on personal level.

Painters and photographers included in this exhibit are Linda Fenton-Mendenhall,  Lee Munsell, Ron Nicolaides, Judy Horning Shaw,  Jim Young and Russell Young.

Introducing Michael Fox and Barbara Folawn.




Artist Barbara  Bacon Folawn lectured during the opening reception of “Expanding Horizons” at Fairweather’s.


Grace note received from the artist


“Thank you so much for the fun reception at the Fairweather House and Gallery.  I felt so honored to be included in your show.  I enjoyed talking with the other artists and attendees about art.  We had lots of lively conversations and all agreed that your gallery has a uniquely beautiful way of showcasing our art.  Everything sparkled.”  Barbara Bacon Folawn

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