18 // COASTWEEKEND.COM 16 21 Continued from Page 17 14 15. Holly McHone Jewelers, 1150 Commercial St. Creating unique and individu- ally custom designed jewelry. Cre- ate something new with your own gemstones or find out how Holly can be your personal diamond shopper in Antwerp, Belgium, the diamond capital of the world. 16. RiverSea Gallery, 1160 Commercial St. Presenting “Continuance: A Journey,” a solo show of the ex- pressive and dream-like oil paint- ings of Seattle artist Beth Kehoe, who portrays the vulnerability of humans in the wilderness and in unguarded moments spent alone. Through intuition and gestural strokes of paint, she interprets her decades of experience backpack- ing solo in the Pacific Northwest into sensitive works that explore the mystery and drama of inter- acting with the natural world. In the Alcove, Portland painter Karl Kaiser offers abstracted interpre- tations of horizon and landscape The Illahee Apartments A mixed media work by Carol Edwards at Luminari Arts. interpreted in thick, luminous layers of pigmented beeswax, along with his acrylic paintings, which carry on the same theme. A jewelry trunk show features new pieces by Tabor Porter who draws inspiration from his decades long habit of collecting objets d’art, the vintage, the arcane, the low-brow, the exquisite. With the eye of an artist and skills of a metalsmith, he creates delightful and improbable collectibles like no other. Theodore Pizanis, a dealer in unusual gems, mounts a special presentation for this weekend only. 17. The Art Stall, 1268 Commercial St. The Art Stall welcomes Kyle Rudd. His one of a kind, colorful Ruth Lantz’s “Back Lit, Bright Lights,” acrylic,watercolor pencil and silkscreen on panel at AVA Center for the Arts. Karl Kaiser’s “Wave 6” at RiverSea Gallery. and whimsical fish will bring a smile to your face. They are mixed media with some re-purposed materials and come in a variety of sizes. Several artists have also replaced some of their work with new pieces. Crossword Answers L O R D E Thank you for voting us the Best Apartments 1046 Grand Avenue Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-2280 C A R B T S A R I N A S A Z E R A M A K E R P R E A M B C E L O T E C H O Y A A L R M C H A H O C A L C M E I P D A E G R N N E T E N S B E R K L M A Y A T M M O N I A R K S L A S T F L T A I M A R S F O R T H L W E O G S O O L T E D R I S T O E K A R D S P R I M R O D E M I X E D O N I S T T E T S G O O B E R S E G O P R O M S C H I S T H I E M O S W O O L N D H E P A X R O M A N A Beth Kehoe’s “The Shore Will Take You Back” at RiverSea Gallery. H O M O E K E S E X A M T E T E R E N E G A D E S T O P H A R E R E A N A R U B H E P A O C T S A I D T P A R L E I M X A P I E M A R L B A R S P A T H U S T O P H O R E P I S N G T H E M A S K H E R E I T I S E L R O Y F I O N A T O L E T S I T N O P A P R I C E O W E A R R T A N P I E S P P H Y A R L R E E S T A R Z H Y D E A C C R E T E D Y E A R Z E R O 18. TEMPO Gallery, 1271 Commercial St. Constance Waisanen, fabric artist, is showing her large, vibrant art pieces inspired by organic forms that incorporate her own hand dyed fabrics. She is also showing her silk scarves and free form concrete sculptures. Meet Waisanen and listen to music by Peter Unander on jazz keyboard. 19. Bridge and Tunnel Bottleshop & Taproom, 1390 Duane St. Showing acrylic, watercolor and sketches by Astoria artist Bryce Harris. His work is often eclectic, eccentric interpretations of nature, wildlife and portraits. 20. Creations Studio & Gallery, 1396 Duane St. Create your own mini mosaic. For $5, first-time mosaicers can create a fun memento of the evening. 21. AVA Center for the Arts, 1010 Duane St. (entrance on Duane) Presenting Portland painter Ruth Lantz, sculptor Shelby Silver 18 A fabric art piece by Constance Waisanen at TEMPO Gallery. and artist and lighting designer Jill Mulholland. Lantz’s paintings explore the intersections between painting, digital language and the natural world. Silver, a self-described “ecological artist,” will be showing new sculptures and jewelry made from recycled fishing ropes and nets. Mulholland works with light and glass. She creates delightful pieces that disperse multicolored moving lights (“Light Confetti”) from a direct light source. 23. Astoria Makers Marketplace, 1010 Duane St. This Art Walk marks the grand opening of the Astoria Makers Marketplace. More than 20 makers will have their locally made goods available for purchase in the Marketplace year-round. The public can come to us for unique gifts, useful problem solvers for your every day or that big custom order you’ve been dreaming about. 22. AVA Artist-in- Residence, 1010 Duane St. AVA a-i-r Kirista Trask shares plein air sketches and small paintings of the Columbia River area in a series expressing joy, hope and resilience. Next door, see a-i-r Sally Lackaff’s progress as she works on illus- trating two children’s books. AVA’s ongoing a-i-r program provides two artists with free studio space for four months. Learn more at astoriavisu- alarts.org. 24. Audrey Long Ceramics, 1030 Duane St. Wheel-thrown clay, covered in glazes I make, in kilns I fire, using designs I’ve refined over time, field-tested and cupboard ap- proved. With dirt, my hands, glass and fire. I make functional ceram- ics, pieces that are well-thought and utilitarian, each hand-thrown and individually glazed in shapes and colors that feel good.