Just in from N.W. glass artist Bob Heath.

Time Portal I, Side 1 in Wood Base Stand by glass artist Bob Heath.
 
 
I have been  working on new fused glass works in the 12″ diameter series and about 3/8″ thick that I call Time Portals. This is the first. I find it fascinating how much the appearance of these pieces changes based on which side is facing forward and whether the light source is in front or behind the work.”  Bob Heath
 
 

Bob Heath has been working with glass for over twenty years. He has been privileged to work with and learn from many leading artists in Art Glass. In 2014 he was selected as a finalist in the prestigious Bullseye Emerge Glass Competition, a bi-annual, international event to recognize and reward emerging glass artists. Bob credits his 35-year career as an engineer for the attention to detail evident in his work and for his love of the process of making art glass. Since 2018 the Fairweather Gallery has shown the glass art of Bob Heath in exhibitions.

Bob Heath has served for over ten years on the board of directors of the Oregon Glass Guild, including two years as the organization’s president. And too he is the webmaster for the Fairweather Gallery.

Bob Heath’s art is part of collections and galleries throughout the N.W. Indeed, A. Schnitzer, a N.W. well-known art patron, collected Bod Heath’s geometric radiant art glass she discovered at the Fairweather Gallery.

“I love pushing the boundaries of the fusing processes to find new ways to bring out the inherent beauty of glass. I often lay awake at night while mentally designing a new way to exploit a particular technique or to combine techniques to achieve a specific look I have in mind. These don’t always work out the way I intend, but I almost always learn something new in the process and sometimes that can lead to a whole new series of work.”  Bob Heath

Celebrating more than 15 years of representing more than 200 regional artists by showing original art on display with a new themed exhibition each month.

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

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

 

Find where original art is integrated daily with irreplaceable humanity, friendship, and beauty.

Beautiful art. Beautiful things. This is Fairweather.

TURNING, once again, from Fairweather’s for October.

Pumpkin art, raffia crow, a handmade journal by Kris Zorko, made-by-hand capiz shell garden stool,  a crafted by-hand table runner by Jeanne Walker, and a green bamboo chair covered in silk.

TURNING art by Jan Shield, silk raffia runner, scented autumn pods, handmade platter, crafted by hand journals by Kris Zorko, mouth-blown green glass pumpkin, and hand-carved wood spheres. Faux marble wall treatment by Brian Anderson.

TURNING collage of handmade plush velvet and mouth-blown pumpkins,  small made-by-hand raffia pumpkins, leopard glass bowl by Christine Downs, cards by Dorota Haber-Lehigh, encaustic art by Emily Miller, fabric pumpkins by Jeanne Walker,  art by Steven A. Bash, handpainted wool throw, woven spun glass bowl, and fused plates by Monet Rubin.

TURNING gallery front entry art by Penelope Culbertson, Toni Avery, and Karen E. Lewis. Wood art by Mike Brown, Tom WIlling, Martin Conley, and Stuart Dittbrenner.

Live edge big leaf maple table with wood waterfall and butterfly clamp by Stuart Dittbrenner. Handmade cloche hats by Linda Olsen. An armchair from Avery and Will carved by hand in a faux fashion.

Extreme live edge big lead maple console table by Stuart Dittbrenner. Oil painting by Karen E. Lewis.

 
 
The world turns.  It gives us the seasons.  It gives us sunrise and sunset. 
 
It gives us weather, whipping the clouds into spinning spirals and lofty cotton palaces.”
 
Karen E. Lewis/ Artist’s statement for TURNING, Fairweather’s October exhibition.
 
 

Celebrating more than 15 years of representing more than 200 regional artists by showing original art on display with a new themed exhibition each month.

“Fairweather House and Gallery have become one of the historic Gilbert District’s most sought-after destinations offering an ever-changing and amazing visual experience.” –The Seaside Signal.

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

Meticulous displays, like none other, with disciplined attention to design perspectives.

Find harmony in exquisite materials, combined with the spirit of many artists who know how to apply the mark of being in the Northwest.

Find where interior design is not decorating but giving coastal homes a peaceful lifestyle.

Find where everyday dreams are integrated with irreplaceable humanity, friendship, and beauty.

Beautiful art. Beautiful things. This is Fairweather.

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.

Through October 25

 TURNING an exhibition.

Featuring N.W. master wood-turners Mike Brown, Martin Conley, Stuart Dittbrenner, Daniel Harris, Robert McWhirter, and Tom Willing. Introducing live edge furniture by Richard Guadagni.

New autumn-themed art by oil painter Colette Fallon, impasto painter Karen E. Lewis, photographer Linda Fenton-Mendenhall, and Aimee art by Vanessa K. Stokes. Welcoming meandering gems and silver wire jewelry by Kory Delannoy.

TURNING staging by KD Fairweather, Allied member, A.S.I.D., American Society of Interior Designers.

Images by Linda Fenton-Mendenhall for Seaside First Saturday Art Walk.

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

https://fairweatherhouseandgallery.com

Coming soon to the gallery.

CREATIVE FORCE, opening reception on November 5, 5- 7 p.m.

Fairweather House and Gallery will participate in the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk.

Just perfect for fall. Oil paintings by Michael Muldoon and gemstone jewelry by Mary Truhler.

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
 
 
Gemstone bracelets and earrings

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.

Michael Muldoon, impressionistic oils

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

Catching a sunset.
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Celebrating more than 15 years of representing more than 200 regional artists by showing original art on display with a new themed exhibition each month.

FH&G Vision: To enrich the culture of life and to become a leader in the area of art appreciation.

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

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

Welcoming gemstone and silver wire jewelry artist Kory Delannoy.

Jewelry artist Kory Delannoy creates intricate silver wire-wrapped pendants intertwined with precious stones. He masterfully transforms the metal material into fluid organic-shaped forms that ethereally clasp around gems.”  FH&G

 

Tourmaline, Watermelon Tourmaline, Peridot, Red Garnet, Citrine and Welo Opal. 

Sterling silver wrapped pendants starting at $200.
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Kory has been working as a silver wire wrapping jewelry artist for over eight years. He draws inspiration from the beaches, forests, and mountains surrounding the Pacific Northwest.

Only the highest quality sterling silver and natural gemstones are used to craft these
creations. Various wires are intentionally wrapped by hand into a whimsical design
creating a variety of coils, braiding and three-dimensional shapes. For this reason, each
and every one of these creations is one of a kind and features unique details.” 
KD

What is the connection with history in Kory’s jewelry, you ask?

A: While in college, he traveled to Paris and fell in love with its architecture. And so, in his work, there are elements of medieval and mystical themes.

Kory integrates opposition from the gemstones with the weaving and wrapping of the pendant to create an incredible piece of jewelry. Now at Fairweather’s through October, November, and December.

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

Celebrating more than 15 years of representing more than 200 regional artists by showing original art on display with a new themed exhibition each month.

FH&G Vision: To enrich the culture of life and to become a leader in the area of art appreciation.

This Gallery has become one of the historic Gilbert District’s most sought-after destinations offering an ever-changing and amazing visual experience.” –The Seaside Signal

For TURNING, Fairweather’s October exhibition, Mike Brown N.W. wood artisan.

“Slightly Twisted” vase by Mike Brown 

Individual sections of yellow heart, red heart, black walnut, big leaf maple, and cherry wood turned into a spectacular vase. Signed 2022.

New fall inventory of segmented nautilus sculptures: Black walnut, shell shells with maple and Sapele wood, maple, and aromatic red cedar shell by Mike Brown.

Each shell has more than 140 slices of segmented wood.

Each shell takes more than 40 hours to create. For 2022, Mike Brown introduced custom-made stands for his shells. Signed and numbered.

Mike Brown won multiple Best of Show awards at the National Artistry in Wood juried shows. And, too, h has won Best of Class and Best of Division awards at the National Juried Woodworking show for his nautilus shells.

 

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.

Through October 25

 TURNING, an exhibition, featuring N.W. master wood-turners Mike Brown, Martin Conley, Stuart Dittbrenner, Daniel Harris, Robert McWhirter, and Tom Willing. Introducing live edge furniture by Richard Guadagni.

New autumn-themed art by oil painter Colette Fallon, impasto painter Karen E. Lewis, photographer Linda Fenton-Mendenhall, and Aimee art by Vanessa K. Stokes.

Welcoming meandering gems and silver wire jewelry by Kory Delannoy.

 

 

 

Resident artist Mike Brown suggested the Fairweather October exhibition theme, TURNING, highlighting the diverse, exceptional talents of N.W. woodturners.

Connecting art seekers and makers through thoughtfully curated exhibitions, juried shows, collaborative projects, and installations. Our commitment to local artists and frequent rotation of new exhibits offers visitors a fresh and dynamic art experience.”

 

Please read more about our Seaside Gallery, our commitment to N.W. artists, and our products made by N.W. artists.

https://fairweatherhouseandgallery.com