To purchase work(s), or for more information and images, contact OCCA VAC Director Tom Webb at or 541-265-6569

Sidney Angelique Green - Lincoln City

God’s Eye - Acrylic, 20” x 16”, $600

Bio: Sidney-Angelique Green has shown her work at the Freed Gallery in Lincoln City, and in Oregon, California and Mexico.

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.”

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