NEW! Barnable Basket reclaimed “ghost net” fishing gear sculptural basket by Emily Miller

Wild and wonderful ocean life forms are my inspiration for creating art and positive transformation, from the 5-point symmetry of a sea urchin, to the nesting patterns of endangered sea turtles, and to reclaiming “ghost net” fishing gear for functional and sculptural baskets. -EJM

 Life-sized sculptures of sea turtles, made by hand and signed by Emily Miller.

Emily Miller – Conservation & Science

What began as research into historical data on rare hawksbill sea turtles helps illuminate… read more 

New! For LIFE FORMS, tiny babyurchin bowl white gloss glaze and porcelain that holds 2 oz. from Emily Miller.

Wild and wonderful ocean life forms are my inspiration for creating art, such as the 5-point symmetry of a sea urchin.”  -EJM


And, too, traditional sized sea urchin bowls, signed by the artist Emily Miller have been re-stocked in the Fairweather Gallery for the LIFE FORMS exhibition that opens April 2nd!

Ocean-inspired sea urchin bowls from Emily Miller are now available in tiny (2 fl. oz.), small (4 oz), medium (32 oz.), and large (48oz.) sizes.

For LIFE FORMS. New 2022 Yellow and Blue “ghost net” marine debris woven basket by Emily Jung Miller.

Read more:

Ghost Net Landscape: fishing rope marine debris art …

Ghost Net Landscape, fishing rope fiber art, a marine debris art installation by Emily Miller, the Oregon artist… 

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.


Art sale and exhibition 

Through April 25

Featuring Seaside botanical artist Dorota Haber Lehigh

Oregon coast and Kaui artist and maker Emily Miller

Pacific University Emeritus Professor Jan Shield

 Cannon Beach pen and ink artist Britney Drumheller

Mixed media artist, gallerist, and curator Jan Rimerman

Please read more about our gallery, our commitment to artists, and our products made by NW artists.


Take a note. Emily Miller will offer a demonstration of the unique versatility and functional use of her newest ghost net basket on April 2 at Fairweather’s.

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