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A Girl

Medium: Original painting on canvas by Paulina Archambault. Painted with paint knife and brush. Signed and dated 2018. One-of-a-kind. Material: acrylic on canvas. Size: about 40 x 30 x 1.5" The image is treated with varnish.

Artist: Paulina Archambault

Alota Bull

Medium: Oil on canvas palette knife and brush for contrast.

Artist: George Jones

Artichoke Gallery

Artist: Lisa Foster

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Artist: Lisa Foster

Booth

Artist: Taman VanScoy

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Artist: Amy Carstensen

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Artist: Paulina Archambault

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Artist: David Palmer

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Artist: Lyn Sedlak-Ford

Booth

Artist: PM Shore

Booth 2017

Artist: Nathan Anderson

Booth 2019 Painting

Artist: Michael Baggetta

booth shot

Artist: Jeni Lee

Booth Shot

Artist: George Jones

Burning Falls

Medium: A raging red sky crowns white cascading water, encased in the downward strokes of melting green cliffs. Smooth reflections in the calm pool below tells the story of survival through fire.

Artist: PM Shore

Calm is Returning

Medium: Reverse Painting on glass mounted on aluminum, oil bar, oil paint, and gold leaf

Artist: Lyn Sedlak-Ford

Carrots-At the Market

Medium: Semi-abstract painting of a bunch of carrots at a farmer's market

Artist: Lisa Foster

Cherry Blossoms #5

Medium: Painting of cherry blossoms. The surface reveals patches of underlying color, reminiscent of aging frescoes and peeling billboards.

Artist: David Palmer

Curiosity

Artist: Amy Carstensen

Dovetail

Artist: Amy Carstensen

Early in the Morning

Medium: Verre E'glomise' on lucite mounted on aluminum. Multiple layers of transparent overlays in reverse. Composition is first etched with grinding tools. Oil stick, pigments, acrylic & gold leaf all add to the texture, depth and internal glow. Only Originals.

Artist: Lyn Sedlak-Ford

Emerge

Medium: Oil painting on acrylic textured panel

Artist: Nathan Anderson

Evening Pass

Medium: Original painting created with layers of paint and multiple glazes of color to create luminosity and atmosphere.

Artist: Jeni Lee

Eyes of the Wolf

Medium: Oil on canvas using brush and palette knife to give texture and depth.

Artist: George Jones

Fanfare

Artist: Amy Carstensen

First Stretch

Medium: Figurative oil painting on acrylic textured plywood panel.

Artist: Nathan Anderson

Flowers #18 & Stripes #4

Medium: Diptych of flowers and stripes. These paintings are modules that can be recombined in various combinations. The surfaces reveal patches of underlying color, reminiscent of old frescoes and peeling billboards.

Artist: David Palmer

Foghorn

Artist: Amy Carstensen

Geometric Abstract 011619

Medium: Work primarily on birch panel board prepared with multiple sanded gesso layers. Artwork created with multiple layers of paint - some w/ drying medium added - wet sanding and scraping between paint layering, etc.

Artist: Michael Baggetta

Geometric Abstract 011719

Medium: Work primarily on birch panel board prepared with multiple sanded gesso layers. Artwork created with multiple layers of paint - some w/ drying medium added - wet sanding and scraping between paint layering, etc.

Artist: Michael Baggetta

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Medium: Work primarily on birch panel prepared with multiple sanded gesso layers. Art created with multiple layers of paint - some w/ drying medium added - wet sanding & scraping between paint layering, etc.

Artist: Michael Baggetta

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Medium: Work primarily on birch panel prepared with multiple sanded gesso layers. Art created with multiple layers of paint - some w/ drying medium added - wet sanding & scraping between paint layering, etc.

Artist: Michael Baggetta

Hidden Beach

Medium: Organic shapes emerge in sand and rock as the ocean swirls back to the open sea. Sun and water make their contrasting claims on the beach's subtle colors.

Artist: PM Shore

Hummingbird #24

Medium: Acrylic on canvas painting of hummingbird. The surface is distressed, reminiscent of old frescoes or peeling billboards.

Artist: David Palmer

King of the Plains

Artist: George Jones

LEMONS V

Medium: Original still life by Paulina Archambault. Signed and dated 2018. Material: acrylic on canvas. Size: about 12 x 12 " The image is treated with varnish.

Artist: Paulina Archambault

LITTLE CLOWN

Medium: Original painting by Paulina Archambault. Signed and dated 2019. Material: acrylic on canvas. Size: about 40 x 30 " The image is treated with varnish.

Artist: Paulina Archambault

Mee Heng Low Noodle House

Medium: Oil painting on canvas of a well known restaurant and area in San Luis Obispo, CA.

Artist: Micah Krock

Menucha Memory

Medium: Original mixed media painting created with rain and recycled rain water.

Artist: Jeni Lee

Mom's Hike

Medium: A bright white swatch hangs over a jumble of lumpy mountains tumbling across the canvas to a starting point below, switchback trails lead you up to the welcoming relief of water.

Artist: PM Shore

My Booth setup for a show

Artist: Micah Krock

Never lose your heart/ There lies the passion

Medium: Verre E'glomise' on lucite mounted on aluminum. Multiple layers of transparent overlays in reverse. Composition is first etched with grinding tools. Oil stick, pigments, acrylic & gold leaf all add to the texture, depth and internal glow. Only Originals.

Artist: Lyn Sedlak-Ford

Portland Sign

Medium: This painting is of the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall Portland Sign in Portland, OR. A well known sign in Portland that was fun to capture in a painting.

Artist: Micah Krock

PORTRAIT

Medium: Original painting on canvas by Paulina Archambault. Painted with paint knife and brush. Signed and dated 2019. Material: acrylic on canvas. Size: about 24x 30" The image is treated with varnish.

Artist: Paulina Archambault

Rolling Hills

Medium: Watercolor paint applied to paper board using various wet and dry-brush techniques.

Artist: Taman VanScoy

Ryan

Medium: Oil painting on raw linen panel

Artist: Nathan Anderson

Saucebox

Medium: I love painting street scenes with signs, you add an evening wet scene with reflective lights in the rainy street and I am in love for subject matter. This painting has all that with a well known downtown Portland area.

Artist: Micah Krock

Scooters

Medium: This painting of a bar in Portland, OR came at a time when I was getting annoyed painting too much detail in other pieces. My challenge I put on myself for this one was to stay loose, paint it faster, with thinner washy strokes and limited color.

Artist: Micah Krock

Spring Summons

Medium: Original painting created with layers of paint and multiple glazes of color to create luminosity and atmosphere.

Artist: Jeni Lee

Sunday Scramble

Medium: eggs and milk

Artist: Lisa Foster

Sunflowers #10

Medium: Acrylic on canvas. The surface reveals patches of underlying color, reminiscent of old frescoes and peeling billboards.

Artist: David Palmer

Sunset Mountain Rain Painting

Medium: Original painting created with rain and recycled rain water.

Artist: Jeni Lee

The Asparagus Seller

Medium: semi abstract farmer's market scene.

Artist: Lisa Foster

This Land

Medium: Soft greens and golds of sloping lands flow to a center ribbon of bright blue water, reflecting the breaking sky above. The glowing foreground affords a quiet view to contemplate the joy of nature.

Artist: PM Shore

Trees and Road

Medium: Watercolor paint applied to paper board using various wet and dry-brush techniques.

Artist: Taman VanScoy

Trees and Stream

Medium: Watercolor paint applied to paper board using various wet and dry-brush techniques.

Artist: Taman VanScoy

Trees at Dusk

Medium: Watercolor paint applied to paper board using various wet and dry-brush techniques.

Artist: Taman VanScoy

Weave me the Sunshine

Medium: Verre E'glomise' on lucite mounted on aluminum. Multiple layers of transparent overlays in reverse. Composition is first etched with grinding tools. Oil stick, pigments, acrylic & gold leaf all add to the texture, depth and internal glow. Only Originals.

Artist: Lyn Sedlak-Ford

Wildfire

Artist: George Jones

Wrapped

Medium: Figurative oil painting on acrylic textured plywood panel.

Artist: Nathan Anderson

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