funds, and enhances the arts and artists in Cannon Beach and
the region through education, events, and exhibits.
Tickets are $45 each for CBAA members and $60 for non-members. There are only 18 seats available for this intimate afternoon of conversation and Northwest cuisine. Laing Malcolmson will will give a presentation about the Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Northwest Art and the regional exhibitions that she put together including the biennial Contemporary Northwest Art Awards, the APEX exhibition series, and the installation of the 9,500 square feet of Northwest permanent collection gallery space.
Special rates from our Lodging Partners are just one of the great perks of participating in the Winter All Juried Show, either as an artist … more
The Submission date for artists to drop up to three original pieces of artwork to the Cannon Beach Gallery will be Friday, January 30 between 10 am – 4 pm.
The curatorial process will happen on Saturday, January 31 during the morning hours. Artwork that is not accepted into the exhibit will be available to pick up starting Saturday afternoon between 2 pm – 4 pm and on Sunday, February 1 between 10 am – 4 pm.
Substrates March 5 – March 29 Artist Reception: March 7, 5 – 7pm Substrate: The ground upon which stuff is built. Also, substratum: The material … more
The evening will provide artists submitting their work to the juried show that day a great reason to stay in town and enjoy the camaraderie of other artists from across the state.
Class materials are provided. Students should wear comfortable clothing appropriate for doing art and craft activities. Some classes involve use of paints and glue that could damage clothing; please dress accordingly.
Gretha Lindwood started showing at the Cannon Beach Gallery last summer as part of our Shared Oregon Visions exhibition. Since then, her miniatures have become a sought after item by gallery patrons. Lindwood just delivered a group of eight new pastels, 6″ x 6″ in response to this insatiable demand for her elegantly rendered pastels.
We would like to extend a sincerely felt thank you to the Reser Family Foundation for awarding the CBAA the funds to have our floors refinished. The Cannon Beach Gallery space has benefited greatly from the work, with a new quality of light apparent when you walk in the door. The effect is even more wonderful than we had hoped for, and truly helps to showcase the artwork on display here at the gallery in its best light!