Yes, Fairweather House and Gallery shut its doors mid-March following the Governor’s order that nonessential retailers and services must be closed. All Seaside galleries must remain closed until further notice.
“At a moment when our physical location is closed temporarily due to the health crisis, online viewing is offered as a primary means to present art and to connect with art enthusiasts,” galleriest D. Fairweather.
Check out the stories about Fairweather artists and their art at https://fairweatherhouseandgallery.com
“If you see anything you like, want more information, would like place a hold on an item, or would like to purchase, just call 503-738-8899 and leave a message on voice mail. We will call you back.”
Fairweather House and Gallery is a premier source for stylish, chic, one-of-a-kind furnishings, unexpected original fine art, and the most extraordinary accessories. Offering original works by noteworthy regional artists from traditional to transitional, contemporary to realism, impressionism to emerging art and products made by Northwest hands.
Yes, we are in “pause” mode until the State of Oregon allows nonessential retailers and services to reopen.
Oregon, together with Colorado, Nevada, Washington, and California are using health outcomes and science as a guide to recover from this pandemic. It is called the Western States Pact – a working group of Western state governors with a shared vision for modifying stay at home and fighting COVID-19.
Fairweather House and Gallery,
612 Broadway St.
On-line until further notice
A curatorial virtual NW exhibiton titled ‘In Full Bloom’
Viewing available May 2-25
Fairweather House and Gallery brings together artists’ works in a variety of genres and interpretations, grouping them into an online spectrum of themes and colors.
“In response to the beauty of nature, art celebrating hope, appreciation and the goodness of the world around.”
NW art that includes botanical, realism, abstraction, and surrealism.
Art can be purchased and picked-up by curbside appointment or delivered free locally.
Contact gallery curator @firstname.lastname@example.org
Although some would think that art is not essential, however, in our world, indeed, art saves.
“For if you think art is not essential try to spend any shelter-at- home time without music, books, poems, movies and time to create.”
We respect the Governor’s guidelines for business restrictions in the wake of COVID-19.
We are continuing in a course of action despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.
We hope to see you on the other side of the pandemic.
We are persevering.
“We promise you that we are taking time to stay in touch with the art community that surrounds the gallery, including staff, artists, fellow curators and collectors. Enduring relationships have always been integral to operating the gallery. We hope to weather the storm.” D. Fairweather.
We are committed to carefully reopening our doors when the government begins to lift business restrictions.
“I will be more than thrilled to be opening when it is safe to do so. Our gallery cannot exist in an online-only world. The gallery is a personal social space where every visitor is greeted personally by myself or my staff. We are always happy to answer questions and talk about the art we represent. That is what we live for.” D. Fairweather