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• ARCHIMEDES GALLERY
Featured artists: Erik Abel, Nicole Gustafsson, and Brin Levinson.
+ Saturday: 5pm - Reception
• BRONZE COAST GALLERY
Featured artists: Jim Eppler, Carol Gold, Cary Henrie, Robert Rogers,
Joshua Tobey and Seth Vandable.
+ Friday: 5-6pm - Welcoming
+ Saturday: 6-9pm - Artists reception
+ Sunday: 10am - Casual coffee hour with artists
• CANNON BEACH GALLERY
Featured artists: The Nehalem Valley Ceramic Artists and HiiH Lights of
Astoria featuring Lâm Quang and Kestrel Gates.
+ Saturday: Workshops (www.cannonbeacharts.org)
• DRAGONFIRE GALLERY
Group show on the theme of IMAGINE, inspiration from the lyrics of
John Lennon. Working in a diverse range of media, over 30 DragonFire
artists will interpret what we hold in our hearts and minds as a view of
the world we would like to see.
+ Friday: 4-6pm - Wine & chocolate reception
+ Saturday: 11am-3pm - Artist demonstrations
+ 4-7pm - Reception with artists, wine, and appetizers catered by
Jonathan Hoffman. Live music from local favorite Bucky Pottschmidt,
who will debut a new song written specifically for the IMAGINE show.
+ Sunday: 11am-1pm - Lite brunch reception with artist
demonstrations, and live music from John Silliman-Dodge.
• ICEFIRE GLASSWORKS
Featured artists: James Kingwell, Suzanne Kindland, Mark Gordon,
Pamela Juett, Steve Krig, Laura Bowker and Kathleen Sheard.
+ Saturday: 9am-3pm - Breakfast reception, followed by artist
interactions and demos.
+ Sunday: Hot cider and cupcakes, artist talks and demos.
• IMPRINT GALLERY
Featured artists: Laine Groeneweg John Taylor, Kelsey Bowen, Kevin
Titzer & Karen Croner
+ Friday: 5:30-7:30pm - Exhibition opening: Laine Groeneweg
+ Saturday: 5:30-7:30pm - Festival reception
• JEFFERY HULL GALLERY
Featured artists: Jeffrey Hull, introducing a new print and originals.
+ Friday: 5-7pm - Artist reception
+ Saturday: 5-7pm - Open house
• JEWELRY BY SHARON AMBER
Featured artists: Sharon Amber, celebrating new work with an emphasis
on carved beach stones set in gold.
Other festival artists: Steven Amber-Voorheis and Lisa Kerr.
+ Friday: 5-7pm - Artist reception with champagne & noshes.
+ Saturday: 5-7:30pm - Artist reception with beverages, appetizers
& live music.
+ Sunday: 10am-1pm - Irish coffee, coffee & rolls with the artists.
November 2-4, 2018 Cannon Beach, Oregon
Friday Nov. 2
Saturday Nov. 3
Doors open 7pm | Show at 7:30pm
Doors open 7pm | Show at 7:30pm
Location: Coaster Theatre Playhouse
Location: Coaster Theatre Playhouse • Price: $40
Portland, Oregon roots artist Lloyd Jones has recorded six critically
acclaimed albums, toured internationally and racked up dozens of
major awards and accolades. He’s a relentless road dog, hitting
festival stages, Delbert’s annual Sandy Beaches cruises, and clubs all
across the land to enthusiastic crowds who can’t get enough of his
swampy blues, his back-porch picking, his serious-as-anthrax funk,
soul, roadhouse two-beats and old-school rhythm and blues.
From his roots in muddy Oregon soil, he’s forged a 30-plus-year
career as an impassioned singer and fierce guitar slinger, a clever
and soulful songwriter, a band leader, record producer and an almost
strident torchbearer for all that’s true and good about America’s
music. Jones is his own true artist who works diligently at pushing
American roots music forward. For more information and tickets
DANCING IN THE RAIN
Saturday Nov. 3
Doors open 9:45am | Show at 10am
Location: Coaster Theatre Playhouse • Free admission
100 VIP passes available for a $5 donation (available at the Cannon
Beach Chamber of Commerce or at cannonbeach.org). A portion of
the proceeds will go toward art scholarships. Fashions from Maggie &
Henry’s, Rachelle M. Rustic House of Fashion, B. Boutique, Dena’s Shop
on the Corner and more. Pre-event hospitality featuring complimentary
Sleepy Monk coffee and nibbles served on the porch. VIP pass holders
will be treated to a 15-minute early entry (9:30), have a choice of seats
in the closest 100 to the stage, and served sparkling cider.
With a career spanning 40 years, award-
winning soul, blues and R&B vocalist/
harmonicist/songwriter Curtis Salgado is
a one-of-a-kind talent whose music is as
compelling as his story. From co-fronting
The Robert Cray Band, to leading his own
band (and recording nine solo albums),
to helping transform John Belushi into
“Jollet” Jake Blues, to touring the country
with Steve Miller and Santana, he is a true musical giant. NPR calls
him “a blues icon” with a “huge voice.” Salgado earned a reputation
for high-intensity performances and a repertoire inspired by his
encyclopedic knowledge of soul, blues and R&B music.
He won the 2010 Blues Music Award (BMA) for Soul Blues Artist
Of The Year and went on to win the coveted BMA for B.B. King
Entertainer Of The Year for his Alligator debut, Soul Shot. Blues Revue
says Salgado’s music is “triumphant, joyful, blues-soaked R&B” and
declared him to be “one of the most soulful, honest singers ever.”
For more information and tickets visit www.cannonbeach.org
BLUES & BARBECUES
Sunday Nov. 4
Location: Cannon Beach Community Hall
Price: $25/person (includes food portion and
tasters of local beers)
Sample local craft brews created by local brewers especially for
the festival. Enjoy Delta Blues from Steve Cheseborough and
savor a delicious barbecue lunch from local chefs.
• MODERN VILLA GALLERY
Featured artists: Sarah Goodnough, David Jonathan Marshall
+ Saturday: 5-8pm - Artists reception for featured artists, Catering from
“Seasons Cafe” and wine pouring from “Carlton’s Wine Makers Studio.”
• NORTHWEST BY NORTHWEST GALLERY
Featured artists: Georgia Gerber, noted bronze sculptor and public artist.
Her Tufted Puffins are on permanent display in Cannon Beach.
A percentage of sales go to the Friends of Haystack Rock.
Christopher Burkett, Oregon’s Master of Film Photography, recently featured
on the PBS News Hour
Angelita Surmon, kiln-formed glass & paintings. The artist’s work is in the
permanent collection of the Portland Art Museum.
Ann Fleming’s distinctive figurative and narrative bronze sculpture is presented
in palm size to scale to Public Sculpture of “Midori,” a signature work of
Ivan McLean is one of the leading public sculptors working today. Working
with the City of Cannon beach on a site specific work, his projects includes
Nike & the World Trade Center in Long Beach, California.
+ 5-7pm. - Reception with Bobcat Bob informal presentations
Check NWByNWGALLERY.com for specific details.
+ Saturday 6-8pm - Reception with Bobcat Bob on guitar and
Patrick McELLIGOTT, wine educator, Sineann Winery.
• WHITE BIRD GALLERY
Featured artists: Stirling Gorsuch - new oil paintings; Joshua Rodine -
glass sculpture; Brian Blackham - paintings
+ Saturday: 5-7pm - Artist’s reception
+ Saturday: Afternoon - Guitar music with Wes Wahrmund.