“Indian Beach Sunrise” by Victoria Brooks

8 x 16 original oil on linen

En plein air in Ecola Oregon State Park

August 2022

“And all at once, Summer collapsed into Fall.” -Oscar Wilde 

It was great seeing you this summer! We are sad to leave our Rockway Beach, Oregon, summer place. Our home in CA was 110 degrees today, but we must get back and prepare for the NOAPS show in Jackson Hole in September. — Victoria Brooks.

“Graceful Reflections”
Artist: VICTORIA BROOKS 
Oil on Linen
36x24x2 Inches
$4500.
 
Congratulations to Victoria Brooks! “Graceful Reflections” has been selected for NOAPS Best of America 2022. The event is in Jackson, WY, and opens with a reception Friday, September 16 @ 5-7 pm www.noaps.org

“One must maintain a little bit of summer.”

– Henry David Thoreau

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Pacific Coast Highway North Oregon Coast map

THE CHILDREN IN THE GARDEN

THE CHILDREN IN THE GARDEN by Emily Schultz-McNeil

Oil on linen 9.5 X 14.5″ 

Emily Schultz-McNeil is a born and raised Northwest painter.

She enjoys painting the garden and her beautiful little friends.

Emily also likes to paint experiences that she has lived.

Her art education consisted of taking painting classes, attending art workshops, going to art museums, and visting selected art galleries. 

Emily Schultz-McNeil is grateful Brent Burkett, who nurtured her in his quiet way through the techniques of “real art”; to Tom Browning, who told her he thought she could make it as an artist; to Morgan Weistling, for his kindness and critique that still makes the artist smile to think of; to Scott Christensen, for the abundance of knowledge he shared; and to Dan Gerhartz for his teaching on color temperature, his critiques, and his inspiring life and paintings.

 
There are not many things as lush as a bouquet of roses or children playing in a garden at the height of the season. I hope these paintings inspire you with a sense of gratitude at the abundance of life!” ESM
 

NEW 2022 springtime arrivals by Emily Schultz-McNeil

 
SECRET GARDEN  39.25 x 39.25″ 
BOUQUET AT BREAKFAST 9.5 x14″ 
THE CHILDREN IN THE GARDEN 9.5 x 14.5″ 
TEA AT THE SEA 6 x11″ 
GARDEN GIRL 6 x 8″ 
POSTCARDS FROM VAN GOGH 6 x 8″ 
CLIPPING ROSES 12 x 30″

Fairweather Gallery

612 Broadway

Located in the Historic Gilbert District

Seaside, Oregon

https://fairweatherhouseandgallery.com

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“Cliffs” oil by Lee Munsell
“Oregon Hug Point”

“Oregon North Coast Gold”

“One gets the feeling that Lee Munsell wants to communicate more than paint alone can suggest He uses nuances of light to create transcendent evocations.”

Lee Munsell uses nuances of light to create transcendent evocations. At a time when excess is a great temptation for an artist, it is refreshing to find an individual like Munsell who embraces time-honored tradition then attempts the difficult.

He explores the profundity of water and light, presenting a shimmering work on rocks, or a glow of luminosity in back lit waves.” –William Havlicek, art critic

 

Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.

On display and on sale through May 25

ON YOUR MARKS, an exhibition, featuring NW artists Gayle H. Seely, Diane Copenhaver, Mary Burgess, and Lee Munsell.

The artist, Lee Munsell, is a Luminist, as he explores a range of naturalistic subject matter with a sensitive eye for varying degrees of luminosity. He takes on the more difficult subjects of water, its weight, and its under tow in the tidal current.

On your marks”  a command given to runners at the beginning of a race in order to get them into the correct position to start.

In the words of the May 2021 gallery exhibition, it “ means to begin something, indicating the arts season is opening for the summertime.

The show offers a fresh and dynamic experience with new art specially created for the upcoming high season.   

 

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https://fairweatherhouseandgallery.com

Lee Munsell painting LIVE at Fairweather Gallery in the spring of 2021.

“There is a design to the world and cosmos around us. There are lessons in everything created.” LM

Just in from Lee Munsell. New for 2021.

Oil Paintings. One-of-a-kind.

Original artwork that is not set into any frame.

Because of frameless borders, these artworks can adapt to any style.

Unframed works are loved for their sleek and modern look.

Please read more about Lee Munsell, on the featured artist tab at http://www.fairweatherhouseandgallery.com 

His art works have been selected previosuly for the Laguna Festival of the Arts, a sought after juried show. In addition, Lee Munsell has participated in the Pageant of the Masters. His work is exhibited in selected galleries throughout the United States including a one man how at the World Art Gallery. He has traveled throughout throughout the Pacific NW to gather insights and does pencil sketches on location that allow him to take the inspiration for new work later in his studio.