Bio: Living in Manzanita and Portland, Ben Rosenberg relocated to Manzanita for the time being to continue teaching online.
To purchase work(s), or for more information and images, contact OCCA VAC Director Tom Webb at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-265-6569
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.