Neal Maine presenting a signed ArcticLight photograph to Nancy Holmes, lucky raffle winner.
Karen Doyle, Fresh Start featured artist, with Saundra, Art Walk hostess, lecturing about her art painted for the exhibition.
Dorota Haber-Lehigh, Fresh Start featured artist, with Joan, Art Walk hostess, lecturing about her art created for the exhibition.
Gayle H. Seely, Fresh Start featured artist, with Kathy, Art Walk hostess, lecturing about her art created for the exhibition.
Neal Maine, Seaside/ Gearhart naturalist, lectured about the new and fresh frames for a series of juvenile eagle images captured in the local habitat.
A poised and composed Shirley 88 caught in a pause from playing LIVE during the evening affair.
Fresh tidbits: grapes, pineapples, jelly cookies, sugar wafers, sponge cake, kisses, chocolate mints and sugar cookies. Thanks to K. Bowman, Fairweather’s Director of Hospitality.
Revealing a fresh take on Neal Maine’s famous “Elk Run” photo. Custom order in a 38×48 size finished through a lot of collaboration with a fellow gallery owner from Necanicum Gallery. Indeed, the project involved more than four people working together to complete the goal of enlarging an iconic image from the local habitat. This image by Neal Maine, nature photographer, was published in the May-June 2015 issue of Bugle magazine (published by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation). It is pictured in the story printed on page 62 about Gearhart, OR; which is #6 on the list of top ten “elkiest” places in America. The article is titled: Greetings from Elk City USA, pages 56-68. Neal Maine, a former educator, devotes his time to observing the local wildlife and raising habitat awareness.
Fresh Start Exhibition and Sale
Through March 25
Fairweather House and Gallery
Seaside, OR 97138
“This exhibit’s expectation lies in its possibility to present fresh, new perspectives, inspiration, experiences, reflection and even the possibility for transcendence in some way. Indeed, the meaning of “fresh start” is: the beginning of a new period or step,” D. Fairweather, gallerist.
Photos by Kemy Kay Kjemhus.