Monthly Archives: March 2017

Art Day at Seaside High School

Seaside High School is doing another Art Day!

This is the current listing of artists secured for the Art Day in April. They are looking for another 7 Artists… The date is April 14th and they are looking for professionals to give a 90 min workshop for a group of 15-18 students with the help of another teacher in the room.

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Artists participating:
1. Barbara Temple Ayers/Peggy Biskar – Book Binding
2. Jamie Boyd – Glass Blowing
3. Reed Fergus – Origami
4. Joan Hill – Egg Painting
5. Kathy Karbo – Metal Art
6. Robert Paulmenn – Painting
7. Rebecca Read – Calligraphy
8. Ellie Ruscetta – Chainsaw
9. Emma Dutcher’s Mom – Chocolatier
10. Jaquelin Vigil -Opt Art
11. Peggy Helton – Watercolor
12. Bev Cordova – Notan (paper art)
13. Dorota Haber-Lehigh
14. Andrea Mace – Photography
15. Annie Eskelin + Bill Atwood
16. Meagan Sokol – Portrait Mandalas
17. Erin Taylor- Illustration
18. Adam Taylor- Stop Motion Animation

Upcoming Exhibits

July – August: 12 X 12 Annual Fundraiser
Exhibition Reception:
July 22, 6 pm – 8 pm
Artist Talk: July 23, 11 am
Exhibition Dates: July 19 – August 20
Juror: TBD
In Memory of Elizabeth “Katie” Barker

Upcoming Workshop

Boats In A Bottle with Artists Kim Scheewe Kirk And Camille Scheewe Radich

Date: Saturday July 8th, 2017

Time: 11:00am – 1:00pm

Location: 1387 S Spruce St, Cannon Beach, OR 97110

Cost: CBAA Member: $45 / Non-Member: $65

Have fun exploring acrylic paint and collage medium in this playful mixed media class. Create a whimsical boat or ship in a bottle while you learn to use canvas as the surface to paint and collage on. We will be creating our own painted collage materials to use plus collage material from book pages and maps to explore this unique project.

Register now! Class is limited to 8 participants and requires booking ahead of time.

Payment can be made by calling the Gallery at (503) 436-4426 or by clicking here!
Our regular Gallery hours are Wednesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm

                                                                Kim Scheewe Kirk

Kim feels blessed to have grown up in a creative and inspiring family.
Her mother was a professional artist and teacher.  She grew up among art classes and all types of painters.

Kim has worked for years in the family business of publishing instructional art books. She has attended many art workshops, retreats, seminars and trade shows.  She loves the time she spends painting and creating and tries to squeeze it in every chance she gets.

Kim loves to share and live a creative life with her husband and two children. She has taught numerous art classes in elementary schools as well as art literacy to middle schoolers. She has worked for the last 10 years helping children fall in love with art and joyful creating.  She is passionate about inspiring others to be creative.

                                                               Camille Scheewe Radich

I feel so grateful to have grown up in a creative, artist family
From an early age I was inspired and exposed to art and painting by my talented mother Sue,
a professional artist and painting instructor.  I grew up learning and knowing that with the
right tools and guidance anyone can paint and create.

Acrylics and mixed media are my favorite mediums.  I am inspired to paint a variety of subjects, loose florals, birds, abstracts with layers of natural elements and also creating mixed media pieces using collage & stencil elements. I studied painting in College and graduated with a BFA in painting from Pacific Northwest College of Art, PNCA. Post graduation I exhibited my work at a local gallery in Portland. Type and Calligraphy are another love of mine.  I studied calligraphy at Oregon School of Arts and Crafts.  I went on to teach Calligraphy and how to see and create letter forms.

For my day job I work in our family business, Scheewe Publications Inc., we publish instructional painting books. I have spent years photo styling, photographing and designing books and book covers.  I love what I do. I am a true blue Oregonian, my husband, cat and I live in Portland.
I believe we are all artists, we are all creative, sometimes we just need a little nudge to begin the adventure.

FAQ? Click here

Additional Questions? Contact our Arts Education Director at

*Cancellation Policy: You may cancel your workshop registration no less than 4 days prior to event date for a 100% refund. 3 to 4 days prior cancellation you may request a 50% refund. If you have to cancel after this period, a refund cannot be offered. Your registration fee is committed to class costs, and will not be refundable following the cancellation deadline.


Art Camp

CBAA is happy to announce the return of this year’s Summer Art Camp. Registration for the 15th Annual Summer Art Camp is now open. Register soon as classes are starting to fill up!

This year we have a wonderful line-up of classes for ages 3 – adult. Camp will be held over 5 days at the Cannon Beach Community Church the week of July 10th – 14th, 2017.

We offer morning and afternoon classes as well as a supervised lunch hour for students ages 5-12 who wish to remain for both sessions without having a parent or guardian return in the middle of the day.

For more information please visit our Summer Art Camp page under Programs.

Questions may be directed to: (303) 351-2401 or