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

Pat Moseuk – Pleasant Hill, CA

Living on the Edge - Acrylic and mixed media on wood panel, 36” x 36”, $3,600

Bio: Pat Moseuk is an award-winning urban contemporary abstract artist with a BFA from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California.

Statement: I’m captivated with texture, line, color, design and shape that are the aesthetics of the urban environment.

Terri Neal - Cannon Beach

American Kestrel - Colored pencil, 6" x 9.5", $700

Bio: Terri Neal is an award-winning colored pencil artist that specializes in wildlife art.  She studies and photographs her subjects before creating her realistic drawings.

De’De’ Nicolls – Brookings

Summers End - Dry pigment watercolor/mixed media, 17.25” x 14.5, $225

Bio: De’De’ Nicolls’ artwork showcases her diversity and skill in a variety of mediums. She is a member of Pelican Bay Arts Association.

Karen D. Nichols - Florence

Song of Red Bird - Bas-relief, paper painting collage, watercolor/mixed-media, 21” x 13” (framed), $450

Bio: Karen Nichols is a Backstreet Gallery artist, author and columnist most known for her paper painting collage.

Judy Nigh - Roseburg

Weathering the Storm - Watercolor, 21” x 21,” 28” x 28” (framed), $900

Bio: Judy Nigh started painting upon retirement in 2003 and loves watercolor and experimental painting.

Note: Work is an experimental painting with all-natural pigments and rough paper.

Helen Nighthawk - Seal Rock

The Red Box Japanese - Black ink jet Alia media on cardboard-edged brown paper , 28” x 40”, $250

Bio: Not originally from this planet, Helen Nighthawk still adjusts to the atmosphere, remaining visible only through her work.

Note: Helen Nighthawk found a portal in this work, opening to places new and familiar.

Lauralee Norris - Newport

Beckoning Wetlands - Photography print on matte woven fabric using REPREVE recycled fibers, 20x30, $110

Bio: Lauralee Norris is dedicated to documenting the nature around her to share it with the world. This is one reason that her photography is printed on REPREVE fabric which is made by transforming plastic bottles into fiber material. This print is on a REPREVE matte fabric wall cling.

Janet O’Doherty-Hessel – Shedd

Rockaway Beach II - Watercolor , 18” x ? 23 ¾” x 29” , $700

Bio: Janet O’Doherty-Hessel grew up in Port Orford, Oregon and lives in Shedd, Oregon. She studied with Nelson Sandgren. “I paint in watercolor because it best expresses the freshness and brightness I see and feel in the Oregon landscape. Rockaway Beach II was painted in pouring rain, bright sun and wind on a blustery day at the coast.

Darren Orange - Astoria

Point 1 - Oil on canvas, 30” x 40”, SOLD

Bio: Darren Orange’s work is recognized throughout the Northwest and abroad. He has been presented awards from the Oregon Arts Commission, the Ford Family Foundation, and the Ucross Foundation Residency Fellowship. His work has been selected for exhibitions by Dominic Iocono of the Syracuse University Art Galleries, Michael Klein of the Microsoft Collection, and Bonnie Laing Malcolmson of the Portland Art Museum, and many others.

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

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