Gallery Artists

Steve Lindstedt Silverton, Oregon

Represented fish species in hand cut steel using oxygen/acetylene torch mounted on recycled wood.

Carolyn M. Gates Eugene, Oregon www.cmgates.com

Strong color and compositions that explore relationships of shapes and space characterize her abstract style.

Laura Collins Tillamook, Oregon www.lauracollins.com

Scenic and figurative oil paintings that are impressionistic, capturing light as she experiences the moments in plein air method

Bill Voxman Moscow, Idaho www.billvoxman.com

Film is the medium of these captivating black and white landscape and nature images.

Lynn Thomas Nehalem, Oregon

Working with reclaimed wood panels and acrylic paint, images develop a depth that gives one a sense of place, time and peacefulness.

Lori Dillon Manzanita, Oregon

Mixed media ~ With an exploratory nature and skill with paper, colored pencils, pastels, plaster and encaustic techniques her art conveys love of the outdoors and color.

Angela Kanas  Portland, Oregon  www.angelamariekanas.com

Oil Paintings ~ Moments in time depicted in images of the north coast which focus on Manzanita and the surrounding area: beach walks, sea and landscapes in a richly colorful and impressionistic style.

Jann Leeuwenburg   Heisson, Washington

Watercolor Paintings ~ Her works highlight the beauty found in birdlife and flowers which surrounds her home.  The dramatic and dynamic play of landscape and light become evident through her use of the watercolor meduim.

Tom McCallum Manzanita, Oregon

Three-dimensional Stained Glass ~ Creating forms of landscapes, sea-life, and recently salmon constructed with bits of copper-foiled glass validate his creative and exploratory nature.  He continues pushing this technique to new limits.

 

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2 thoughts on “Gallery Artists”

  1. Melissa Torgerson said:

    Does Cory Sneider have a website where we can see more work? I didn’t see one posted on your gallery page.

    Thanks,

    Melissa Torgerson

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