I paint representational art on canvas in oils, and very humbly take inspiration from the flowering gardens in Seaside, Cannon Beach, and Gearhart throughout the seasons.” Michael Muldoon
I am an interpretive oil painter. I love color so I strive to use it to prove the many dimensions of shadow, light and shapes. Painting with both a brush and a knife, I try to create a canvas covered in bold yet thoughtful texture. Art is an interpretation.” Michael Muldoon
Thanks for the suggestion. I made a “few” new things that I think will work for fall. The stones include pink pearls, rose quartz, pink zebra, pale chaldedony, pink jasper, purple imperial jasper, violet crackle quartz, orange fire agate, and more.” Mary Truhler
- I grew up in Cannon Beach. Graduate Seaside High. Listed in Seaside High School Hall of Fame. Went to West Point. Retired from Chrysler Corporation.
Art is an interpretation.
At my age, as a proud grandpa, retired from a career which carried our family across the country a few times, as well as throughout Europe, I love to paint in bold colors.
I paint to let you see what I see.
Retired nurse and cancer survivor.
Rescued a Seaside stroke victim.
Most prolific FH&G jewelry artist.
Always asks will be the next theme in the gallery.
Sometimes she adds a few surprises in her parcel box to show what she is working on next.
Has created more than 900 one-of-a-kind jewelry works of art to date.
Mary Truhler, jewelry artist
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