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29 of Cannon Beach’s restaurants, candy makers and coffee houses have partnered
with our galleries, selecting a work of art that has inspired their own creations. Enjoy!
2 Lumberyard Rotisserie and Grill will offer an “Oyster dish” inspired
by a Jason Frederick-Law piece entitled “Song Junk” at Bronze
17 The Local Grill & Scoop is serving a “Strawberry
Cheesecake Triﬂe,” honoring Sarah Goodnough’s new
collection being unveiled at Modern Villa Gallery.
3 Bruce’s Candy Kitchen. Check out the huge candy sculpture at
Modern Villa Gallery, inspired by the “Lollipop Trees” painting by
David Jonathan Marshall.
18 The Lazy Susan has a “Canyon View Omelette” with ham,
broccoli and smoked gouda cheese, served with fruit or pota-
toes and a toasted English mufﬁn, inspired by a metal photo
print by Tad Hetu called “Sunrise Over Bryce Canyon,” repre-
sented by DragonFire Studio and Gallery.
4 Sweet Basil’s Chef John Sowa is offering a special “Alligator Jamba-
laya,” based upon a sculpture by Tom McCallum found at Primary El-
5 The Bistro’s Chef Matt Dueber is presenting “Roasted Spring
Salmon” with fava beans, asparagus and crème fraîche over ﬁnger-
ling potatoes, drawing his inspiration from a cast glass and metal
salmon sculpture by Christopher Smith, featured artist at White Bird
6 Seasons Cafe’s Chef Doug Brown is serving his “Ravioli with Crab”
based upon Tom McCallum’s crab sculpture, presented by Primary
7 Tom’s Fish & Chips is offering traditional “Cod Fish and Chips” in-
spired by an original oil painting, “Crossing The Bar,” by Artist Dan
Dunn, featured at Primary Elements Gallery.
8 Pizza a’fetta has a “Northern Italian Roostica Pizza,” made with
fresh basil pesto, zucchini, squash, rosemary, baby red potatoes, Ital-
ian red onions, sun dried tomatoes, broccoli, topped with fresh goat
cheese, inspired by Hans Schiebold’s “Implied Landscape #102” at
Bronze Coast Gallery.
9 A&J’s Ice Cream Plus is making a dessert called “Denial” that in-
cludes bubble gum ice cream, orange sherbet and your choice of ei-
ther chocolate or chocolate peanut butter ice cream, based upon the
“Lackadaisical Denial” painting by Zoe Vidgoff at Archimedes
10 Bella Espresso’s freshly brewed “Harvest Tea,” infused with ap-
ples, oranges, pears, and kiwi, and served over ice with slices of fresh
pear is inspired by Linda Prokop’s “ Apparently” painting displayed at
Bronze Coast Gallery.
11 Chocolate Café Here’s proof that anything is better in candy. Like
the chocolate trufﬂes ﬁlled with apple or pear brandy or strawberry
liqueur, based upon the blown glass fruit featured by Primary Ele-
12 Morris’ Fireside has a “Yes You Can Bloody Mary,” that is truly a
meal in a glass with celery, asparagus, salami, carrot curl, wax pepper
and a few pickled herring. It’s inspired by Nathan Bennett’s Sculpture.
Can you “Bear” to try it? Or you can try the “Bow Tie Shrimp Salad“
with chopped celery, green onion and peppers and served with gar-
lic toast, based on the Randy Mulder sculpture made from found ob-
jects. Both artworks are at Bronze Coast Gallery.
Sesame & Lilies
22 Bald Eagle Coffee is serving a “Layered Spring Soup,”
inspired by the “ The Shirley Gittelsohn Retrospective ” at
Cannon Beach Gallery.
25 The Irish Table has created a special crostini “Dungeness
Crab Toast” with Boursin cheese topped with wine and dill
vinaigrette saluting Jeffrey Hull’s “Geneva of Coos Bay”
26 Sleepy Monk Coffee will feature “Bali Organic Blue Moon
Coffee” with hints of peat, charred wood, toasted nut and
light chocolate, based on the multicolored contemporary
clock created by David Scherer, represented by DragonFire
Studio and Gallery.
29 Warren House will feature “Smoked Seafood Fettuccine with
Roasted Red Pepper Sauce” inspired by Jo Lundberg’s “One
Dark Drizzly November in My Soul” depicting a contemplative
smoking sailor. The artist is represented by Archimedes Gallery.
4 Spring Unveiling Arts Festival 2015 Cannon Beach
24 The Wayfarer Restaurant & Lounge will be presenting “Local
Mussels and Chorizo” sautéed with roasted garlic in a savory
seaweed broth inspired by Jeffery Hull’s new original “ Down
15 The Driftwood is unveiling a “Maine Lobster Roll,” with mounds of
lobster claw and knuckle, a light mixture of celery hearts, onion and
mayonnaise served on a rustic buttered roll, inspired by “Sunset
Shore,” a painting by watercolor artist Jeffrey Hull.
23 Cannon Beach Café’s Chef Michael Campiche will offer his
grandmother’s recipe for “Chicken Cacciatore,” the perfect
reﬂection of Chuck Gumpert’s “Leaving the Urban Sanctuary”
painting, on view at Dragon Fire Studio and Gallery.
28 The Stephanie Inn will be presenting a “Four Course Prix
Fixe Dinner” including a frisée salad, sweet pea soup, rack of
lamb and white and dark chocolate pot de crème, based upon
the colorful blown glass created by Iceﬁre’s artists.
21 Newmans at 988’s Chef John Newman is offering
“Steamer Clams” with rye bread toast, based upon Douglas
Granum’s bronze, entitled “Raven Discovers Mankind in a
Clam Shell,” featured by Northwest By Northwest Gallery.
14 Insomnia Coffee has a “White Chocolate Cappuccino” with white
ﬂuffy foam and espresso, based on the clouds and larger-than-life
bonsai tree in Blaine Fontana’s mixed media piece entitled “Pa-
tience” at Archimedes Gallery.
20 EVOO Cooking School’s presentations are sure to please
with shows on Thursday with Jeffrey Hull Gallery; Friday with
Northwest By Northwest Gallery; and Saturday with Iceﬁre
Glassworks. Chef Bob is unveiling his inspired courses at the
same time along with their typical four -course menu paired
with wines. A special treat is that the artist each night is their
guest at dinner for all to meet. Reservations are required.
13 Crepe Neptune is serving a special “Grilled Chicken Crepe” with
pesto, cheese, tomato and spinach inspired by Georgia Gerber’s
“Ain’t Nobody Here” bronze at Northwest By Northwest Gallery.
19 The Basketcase has a “Floating Glass Ball Latte” special mir-
roring a blown glass ball from Primary Elements Gallery.
27 Cannon Beach Public House & Hardware is offering a
“Halibut Chowder” inspired by Jacques & Mary Regat’s
“Shadow Play” sculpture and a ‘Sazerac Cocktail,” suggested
by Randy Mulder’s “Apothecary” sculpture, based on the story
of a New Orleans apothecarian who offered friends toddies
made using a double-ended egg cup as a jigger, then known as
a “coquetier,” from which the word “cocktail”was derived.
Both sculptures are from Bronze Coast Gallery.
16 Bill’s Tavern is offering a “Greek Lamb Burger” with feta
yogurt sauce, pickled red onions and sweet potato fries that can
be paired with any of their tasty craft beers. Its theme comes
from “The Kegasus,” a Jeremy Fish piece that plays on Greek
Mythology and Beer featured at Archimedes Gallery.
1 Castaways Owner Megan will be wearing a Faryn Davis necklace,
by one of White Bird Gallery’s featured artists. Their “Stuffed Quail”
with green olive tapenade, crispy leeks, potato croquette and
sautéed vegetables mimics the piece. They’re also offering a “Pink