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Images from FRAMING THE VIEW, art show, and sale on display through July 25.

Strike-off shows the details of a framed painting within a painting by Paul Bent. The artist has an architectural background and applies his technical drawing skills to create two-dimensional work sets in hand-selected frames,

FRAMING THE VIEW vignette #1. Framed oil paintings by Paul Brent, a seascape by Barbara Bacon Folawn, framed three-dimensional nautilus, shell encrusted mirror showing artwork in its reflection by Lieta Gratteri. Zinc, pewter, and cherry frame collection on the tabletop with silk and down accent pillows accenting the featured art on display.

Fused glass nest by Carolyn LIndberg set in an iron faux wood stand. Note the triangle theme echoed from the glass platform to the shelf style; both pieces complement the FRAMING THE VIEW exhibition theme.

Collage images from the opening reception of FRAMING THE VIEW by Seaside First Saturday Art Walk photographer Linda Fenton-Mendenhall.  Staging by KD Fairweather, Allied Member, A.S.I.D., American Society of Interior Designers.

Top left: Artist Paul Brent offering a Painting Seaside LIVE ™ episode and presenting his artist talk.

Top right: Artist Victoria Brooks during the opening reception of FRAMING THE VIEW exhibition.

Bottom left: Wildlife photographer Bob Kroll showing his work selected for the Fairweather July show.

Bottom middle: Robin Montero introducing her hydrangeas and handmade lamp at the July show.

Bottom right: Tablescape featuring the work of Vanessa K. Stokes, Don Frank, and Janis Child. Exhibition staging by KD Fairweather.

Fairweather House and Gallery
612 Broadway St., Seaside, Oregon
 FRAMING THE VIEW, an exhibition that highlights the 2023 summertime original art series.
Art show and sale through July 25.
Featuring abstract painter Nick Brakel, watercolor artist Paul Brent, oil painter Victoria Brooks, photographer Bob Kroll, glass nest maker Carolyn Lindberg, and pastel artist Gretha Lindwood.

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Fairweather House and Gallery has become one of the historic Gilbert District’s sought-after destinations offering an ever-changing unique visual experience.” — Seaside Signal

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