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For LIGHT and SHADOWS. Artworks by Carolyn, Christine, and Neal.

 Iridescent glass plate by Carolyn Meyers Lindberg

“The glass changes according to the angle from which it is viewed with a light source. The iridescence is a deliberate effect achieved by introducing metallic substances into the glass.”

H”  made box with handmade paper by Christine Trexel

Christine Trexel makes special boxes. “It” is intensive hand work. And, I like the piece to have a function.” “m her days helping those with neurological deficits back to health as a former occupational therapist, Christine puts her heart and soul into her work.

And, now, to see the story of a tree requires stillness beside near beauty…

“Part art, part science, and all heart. We are blessed to have Neal Maine as a gifted interpreter.”

“Designed by Nature” black and white photograph by Neal Maine.

An ancient crab apple tree on the North Coast by Neal Maine

30″ x 22″ Framed, matted, and signed.


Available exclusively at Fairweather’s.

When Neal Maine looks at a tree, what he sees isn’t just a static object but a story—an adventure story, one full of unexpected plot twists and plenty of character development. Take this crab apple tree growing in NCLC’s Neacoxie Forest Habitat Reserve near Seaside, for example.

“It could be just a pretty picture,” he says, “but trees are products of their life histories., and they have all these capacities for change and adaptation. So when you look at a tree like this, you’re saying, Thank you, wind, thank you, shade’—all these forces that made the tree like that.”

It’s not hard to see trees as stories, Neal says. “You just have to get tuned in to a different way of seeing than you might normally walk around within a forest.”

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.

LIGHT and SHADOWS Fairweather’s October Art Sale and Show featuring artists Paul Brent, Diane Copenhaver, Linda Fenton-Mendenhall, Neal Maine, Emily Miller, and Vanessa K. Stokes.

On exhibit through Oct. 31st

Bringing together works by very different artists – in terms of age, geography, and medium – this exhibition draws the viewer’s attention to the beauty of the understated, giving the viewer a chance to focus on texture.

Renewing Fairweather’s pledge to forward the proceeds from Neal Maine’s art in support of NCLC, North Coast Land Conservancy.

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