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Georgia Gerber bronze sculpture in Cannon Beach

Exhibit at Northwest by Northwest Gallery

Cannon Beach Gazette

Published on November 1, 2018 8:10AM

“Pond Dance,” by Georgia Gerber.

Northwest by Northwest Gallery

“Pond Dance,” by Georgia Gerber.

Georgia Gerber will share a new collection of work: “Pond Dance,” “Fox,” “Sage Lodge Trout,” “Tufted Puffins,” “Rabbit with Kits,” “Turtle and Yearling,” “Golden Retriever,” “Standing Otter” at the Northwest by Northwest Gallery in Cannon Beach. This exhibit is part of the 31st Stormy Weather Arts Festival, with original art by regional masters. Gerber will give an informal talk on Saturday, Nov. 3, at 3 p.m.

Oregon’s master of fine art photography Christopher Burkett is represented in many important collections, including the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Fine Art in Kansas City. The photographer will share a new work at the festival on Saturday Nov. 3, at 1:30 p.m.

Ann Fleming, figurative/narrative bronze sculptor, begins the artists informal talks on Saturday at noon. Her signature sculpture “Midori” was made into a public sculpture marking a new milestone for this unique artist. In themes and symbols; birds and animals are intertwined like nature with the human spirit. Her work reflects on the great shared stories of our lives.

Northwest By Northwest Gallery, 232 N. Spruce; 503-436-0741; or email">  


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