Bio: Living in Manzanita and Portland, Ben Rosenberg relocated to Manzanita for the time being to continue teaching online.
Sandra Roumagoux - Newport
Outgoing Tide - Siletz River - Oil on canvas, 60” x 48” (framed), $900
Bio: I’ve been a painter for 50 years and my subject matter is the Northwest and the environment. A retrospective of my work was held at the Newport Visual Arts Center this past fall, 2019.
Note: This is a painting completed in 2019, and is of the outgoing tide on the Siletz River.
Susan Rudisill - Idleyld Park
Conversation on the Cobble, Charcoal, 27” x 38” (framed), $500
Bio: Susan Rudisill explores connections between people and the natural world through drawing. She lives on Oregon’s North Umpqua River.
Note: A friendship built on conversation. Pandemic arrives. Will they meet again?
Erik Sandgren - Portland
Coquille Light - Acrylic on panel, 19” X 26”, 22.5” x 29.75” (framed), $1200
Bio: Erik Sandgren probes the Northwest landscape with sensitivity to myth and origins.
Christine Schulbach - Portland
Siletz Wetlands - Watercolor with charcoal and sumi stick, 21” x 17”, 25” x 21.5” (framed), $500
Bio: Christine Schulbach grew up in Salem and earned her BFA in visual arts at Oregon State University.
Note: Painting was created on site during annual Sandgren Coast PaintOut.
RetroSmyth Design - Yachats
Queen Charlotte Dodges a Bullet - Mixed-media recycled necklace, 24” (silver tone chain), 5” (pendant), $58
Bio: Sherry Secrest is an artist that works with vintage pieces and beads to remake unique jewelry. My style’s eclectic, and constantly changing.
Note: Repurposed silver bullet casing pendant with a vintage frozen Charlotte doll (from WW2 doll factory) who wears a sparkling whimsical crown on her head. There is a lovely vintage crystal bead holding the necklace together.