So I find an efficient way to get Pacific Muisc & Art orders to the US is on the Coho Ferry - from Victoria to Port Angeles. It helps that the ship is also a customer with a great gift shop. Last month the schedule allowed for me to take JD our buyer for lunch as I delivered stock to our freight forwarder with JDs truck. He loves the new art from Allan de Hanan - especially Back To Baker. He asked if we could name drop it with “Mount Baker: View From The Coho.” You see Allan’s painting is exactly that.
Awesome tree guy just going for a walk at NE Holman & Cleveland. This guy stands at least 7 feet tall and appears to be handcrafted from an old tree. It’s beautiful but would be even more so if strung with some holidays lights 💚
I gotta sit down and take one last exam today... 😭 Before I go do that, here's a mountain and a reminder that my last minute gift sale ends at midnight PST tonight! Click the link in my bio to get 30% off all of my art!
To infinity and beyond♾🌍
16x20 (40.6×50.8cm) Acrylic ink on black sheet canvas.
It was good to take a break from doing abstract work for a while, it reset my eyes and made it new for me again.
The thing I love most about doing abstract work is that I don't have to think much, there isn't much planning involved, just play.
“We work in the dark - we do what we can - we give what we have. Our doubt is our passion and our passion is our task. The rest is the madness of art.” - Henry James
Alcohol inks on claybord
Framed in solid maple with black interior
✨ Available exclusively @michaelbirawergallery in Pioneer Square Seattle Washington. ✨ Shipping available.
Because mountains are rad! 🏔🖤🌲 I like giant mountains and really tall trees, they humble me, bring me back to earth. like look how small you are in this big big world!!! I’m Just happy to be a speck and enjoying it 😆 and no matter how small in this world... I am known by Jesus!! What an amazing feeling ♥️
In a society characterized by the distance between ideas, beliefs, and communities “The Space Between Us” asks how we can fill this gap with conversation, connection, and understanding.
Tomorrow, Friday December 14th, join the Collaborative Design and Design Systems programs in listening, learning, and conversing in this participatory, place-based exhibit.
Dec. 14 2018
511 NW Broadway
Beyond tinsel- the Coast Collective Christmas countdown today brings you Christmas decorations that you’ll never want to pack away. From cute and cuddly characters to elegant artwork, we have something to fit your decor- and they also make wonderful presents.
Raven Wynter-Clarkson of Everyday Angels’ has created gorgeous angels from tiny gourds. They beg to flitter all over your tree with their golden wings and adorable details- and each one is different! @gourdgeouscreations
A handmade cutie by Maria Roxborough makes a unique and personal gift for your child’s teacher or a thoughtful secret Santa. Each one is unique and comes with notes on their personality to help you find the perfect little buddy! The detail and love Maria puts into her creations is truly remarkable, and makes a decoration that you’ll treasure for years to come. @roxyzia
Bring a graceful touch of the ocean to your tree. Graeme Evan’s fabulous decorations are created from sea urchin casts and hand turned wood. In gentle wintery tones, each one is a beautiful work of art, sure to be appreciated by anyone who loves the sea or enjoys elegance.
Add a macrame star by Linette Logie or one of Donna Klazek’s tiny snow globes as a thoughtful finishing touch to a perfectly-wrapped gift- tie it outside the present with a curl of ribbon, and the recipient can hang it on their tree on Christmas day!
Marj Harding’s felted snowmen are fluffy bundles of fun. In bright colours you can hang them from your tree, or choose a brooch for wearable festive cheer.
Come in and browse our Christmas tree Wednesday- Sunday, 11-5- and be sure to enter our Gifts and Wishes giveaway for a chance to win a gift basket including one of Maria Roxborough’s bears! Plus join us Sunday 1-4pm for our Christmas Party, with nibbles, punch and many of our artists in attendance!
The drawing group I love so much has a show right now thru Jan. 10 at Grace Episcopal Church in Astoria—some great art at reasonable prices! Well, my pieces are neither great, nor at reasonable prices really, but there’s some others there!
1545 Franklin Ave.
M-Th 9am-12:30 pm
Stickers are here!!!! I’m so happy with how they turned out! Pick one up for you or for someone who loves the Wallowas......$3.00 plus FREE shipping. Link in my bio... If you’re local you can pick them up at Copper Creek Mercantile, Eagles View Inn & Suites, and very soon at Red Horse Coffee.