Bio: Sidney-Angelique Green has shown her work at the Freed Gallery in Lincoln City, and in Oregon, California and Mexico.
To purchase work(s), or for more information and images, contact OCCA VAC Director Tom Webb at email@example.com or 541-265-6569
Susan Greenbaum - Lake Oswego
Whispers on the Wind - Oil/mixed media on wood ,19” x 19” , (framed) $650
Bio: I am an oil/mixed-media non-objective artist painting intuitively to reveal layers and textures, and to provoke an emotional response.
Michael Grindstaff - South Beach
Isthmia Diatoms & Sea Grass - Photomicrography, 17.25” x 23”, $225
Bio: As a passionate observer of nature, Mike Grindstaff has developed a unique imaging methodology to create his current photo micrograph collection.
Note: Subject matter found on beach, with reclaimed lumber for frame.
Philip Gutt - Newport
South Swell - Glass tile mosaic on recycled surfboard, 108” x 23” , $5,300 (floor base with metal bracket attached to the surfboard and wall)
Bio: A life-long love of surfing and an equally strong infatuation for mosaics has compelled me to bring the two together.
Note: Skydog surfboard 9’0″ made with vitreous glass tile and seven grout colors.
Christine Harrison – Tillamook
PeacePond - Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 12” x 9”, $150
Bio: In 2012, Christine Harrison was a mid-career artist featured in the Coastal Oregon Visual Artist Showcase at the Newport Visual Arts Center, representing Tillamook County.
Pamela Haunschild - Bandon
Faultlines - Watercolor , 16” x 20” (painting only) , 22.5” x 28” (mat, frame, plexiglass), $575 (framed), $475 (unframed)
Bio: Pam Haunschild explores nature through her art. She has been selected as an artist-in-residence at three National Parks and continues to be inspired by her time there.
Note: This painting was inspired by the rocky-fissured coastline of Oregon.
Eileen Hearne - Newport
Green Boat - Acrylic, 9” x 12”, SOLD
Bio: Eileen Hearne likes to paint coastal themes, especially commercial fishing. She owns a second-generation fishing business and is involved in taking NOAA scientists on charters from Canada to Mexico during the summer months.
Note: Nothing is more beautiful than this coastal life and it continues to inspire me.
Louise Hemphill – Newport
Confinement #4 - Carved gourd mounted on cedar, cork, 5” x 4”, $120.
Bio: Louise Hemphill is a gourd artist who had her first public exhibit at the Newport Visual Arts Center.
Note: “Gourds are a source of artistic fulfillment as they evolve in my hands from plain to something useful, beautiful, or whimsical. My design is cut onto a cleaned gourd, stained, sealed and mounted.”