14 // COASTWEEKEND.COM Explore clay sculptures in workshops at Manzanita’s Hoﬀ man Center The Franklin Apartments Courtesy Columbia Paciﬁ c Heritage Museum Joe Knowles’s 1923 “Bear River” oil on canvas. Courtesy Hoﬀ man Center for the Arts “Sail,” a clay piece by Sara Swink. ﬁ gures and has taught studio classes since 2000. A three-day Terraskin Mixed Media workshop is hosted by Laura Ross-Paul from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 27-29. Tuition is $100 plus a $50 materials fee. Terraskin (mineral paper) is a new paper medium made from crushed minerals and binder. It supports all drawing mediums (charcoal, graphite, chalk, oil sticks) plus water- color, ink, acrylic and oils. Participants will learn to layer mediums and work through a series of exercises empha- sizing brushwork techniques. Ross-Paul will work individu- ally with participants. This workshop coin- cides with Ross-Paul’s exhi- bition of Sumi Scrolls at the gallery, which offers partici- pants examples of terraskin in mixed media. Ross-Paul specializes in ﬁ gure painting and drawing, and was an art professor for 25 years. For more information or to register, visit hoffmanarts.org/ register/ Providing Elegance & Efficiency to Downtown Astoria for Over 100 Years BRING IN THIS COUPON FOR 1432 Franklin Avenue Community Property Management YO U R E N T I R E O R D E R ! 10% OFF ILWACO – An exhibi- tion of local artist Joseph Edward Knowles (1869 -1942) will be on view Sat- urday, July 27, through Oct. 5 at the Columbia Paciﬁ c Heritage Museum, 115 SE Lake St. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Knowles was famous for a publicity stunt for the Boston Post newspa- FLOWER | CONCENTRATES | EDIBLES | CBD PREROLLS | ACCESSORIES | TOPICALS MEDICAL 503-325-5678 See the art of Joe Knowles at Columbia Paciﬁ c Heritage Museum Expires 7/25/19 MANZANITA – The Hoffman Center for the Arts will offer two art workshops July 18-19 and 27-29. Each multi-day workshop is taught by a professional Oregon art- ist, and all experience levels are welcome. A two-day Creative Pro- cess workshop runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 18 and 19 and is hosted by clay artist Sara Swink. Tuition is $215 plus a $20 materials fee payable to the instructor. Swink’s workshop will introduce an approachable methodology through guided exercises in collage, doodling and clay. Artists will discuss the creative process and com- mon obstacles. The work- shop will culminate in an image journal, clay sketches and ways to keep moving forward. Swink specializes in clay R E C R E AT I O N A L hi Casual Cannabis • 193 Marine Dr., Astoria, OR 97103 • 503.325.4078 • www.hiAstoria.com per where he entered the Maine woods in August 1913 without tools and dressed in a loin cloth. He emerged two months later dressed in bearskin, though the Boston American newspaper debunked the story a year later. This gave him the notoriety to launch a national tour of speak- ing engagements, publish a book and sell his art. Knowles spent the ﬁ nal decades of his life in Seaview, Wash. He moved there in the early 1920s. His paintings, prints and drawings were widely collected and played an important role in the community. Knowles was also an illustrator during the Golden Age of illustra- tion and his work made the covers of numerous periodicals. “By placing his work in the context of early 20th century American art and illustration we hope that viewers will gain a bet- ter understanding of Joe Knowles as a creative Courtesy Columbia Pacif- ic Heritage Museum Joe Knowles at his home in Seaview. and accomplished artist,” CPHM director and curator Betsy Millard said. For more information, visit columbiapaciﬁ cher- itagemuseum.org or call 360-642-3446.