Monthly Archives: May 2016

Artists’ Discussion

Join the curator and exhibiting artists of the Landscape As Perception exhibition in a discussion about contemporary landscape painting at cannon Beach Gallery on Saturday 18 June. We will be serving mimosas from 10.30am, with the discussion beginning at 11am. The artists will begin by talking briefly about their work and then the discussion will be opened up to questions.

Michael Southern, Joan Stuart Ross & Jef Gunn

Michael Southern, Joan Stuart Ross & Jef Gunn

Jef Gunn, Micheal Southern and Joan Stuart Ross bring very different approaches to this exhibition, which was the intention of the curator, Janet Bland. The combination of the four panelists should lead to a lively discussion.

This talk is part of the gallery’s continuing series of networking breakfasts, intended to create opportunities for artists and public to meet and share ideas. The talk is funded through a grant from The James f. & Marion L. Miller Foundation.

There is no need to book, this is an open gallery event.James-F.-&-Marion-Lweb

Cookout Fundraiser: Sunday 19th June from 2pm

Tickets $20 per head

Tickets available from Cannon Beach Gallery

or from our online store

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CBAA will be holding a fundraiser, hosted by Jane and Mike Brumfield at their home in Astoria on Sunday 19th June from 2pm. Tickets are $20 per head, for a Southern style shrimp boil and buffet. The menu includes: Shrimp, Vegetarian and meat gumbos, corn bread, blackeye peas, greens, pecan pie and more. Soft drinks will be available, but you are welcome to bring your own beverage of choice. Eating is alfresco, picnic style, in the garden. The location is set off Lewis & Clarke Road. The location will be provided at booking.

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In addition to having a lovely meal in a beautiful setting, you will be able to see the results of two days of plein air workshops lead by Joanne Kollman. If you are feeling creative… You are welcome to bring your own paints and sketchbooks and spend the afternoon in the garden as long as the light is good. If you would like more detail of our plein air workshops on the 18th and 19th June please follow the link →

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