NEW work coming in for the Holiday Weekend by Robert West, Courtney Marchesi, Sissy Rose, Karen Frederick, Karen Britt, and More! Plus, we’re having a sale, so come by and check out the new work and perhaps do some shopping.
Courtney Marchesi has been hard at work in her studio creating more incredible oceanic wildlife. In addition to the large Octopus on found woods, there’s a new Humpback Whale, Jellyfish, and Tropical Fish truffle in small format.
Just When you Thought…
…You’d seen everything, Sissy Rose expands her colorful parade of marine oddities from Mercats to a newly discovered species blending the Jackalope and Octopus. A little known, shy and rare breed, the Jackaloptopus is seen here lounging in a Sea Palm and can also be seen at the Ozone if luck is on your side. Currently there is a menagerie of Mercats on display at the gallery and 6 brand new cards and images of the Jackaloptopus and more.
Fresh Rock Fish
In addition to Octopus and Jackaloptopus, more marine life abounds at the Ozone such as this little Yellow Thunder Egg Rockfish. Most of the time, Karen creates free form contemporary jewelry with indigenous Oregon Stones. Occasionally, fish, jellyfish, and other forms take over and find themselves in the jewelry. There’s another Blue Fish on the jewelry bench right now and who knows what else will swim in!
The Ozone would love to welcome Karin Frederick to the gallery. Karin paints with an exuberant, textural style that captures the energy of waves, trees, and other Pacific Northwest subject matter. Living here on the Central Oregon Coast, Karin reflects through color and composition, feelings and images that we are lucky to see here on a daily basis. She has graced the Ozone with a large collection of new works not to be missed.
Best in the West
Robert has done it again. He dropped by the gallery with an arm full of brand new works that are elegant and electric! In this latest series, Robert has been using different colors of woods and stains to create new contrasts and interest. All of the new pieces are floating panels that sit off of the wall with framing in the back where the wiring is. You can leave the panel bare for a modern/rustic look or custom frame to your hearts content.
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If you’ve been to the gallery lately. you may have met the assistant, Lily. She may bark and chew driftwood out of the interactive art project but she’s really good at paperwork. When we changed our website platform, we lost your valuable email info and we want to stay connected. Please sign up for our new newsletter that will let you know about events, new shows, demonstrations, sales, and even special perks like coupons and promo-codes to use online or in the gallery. Use the pop up to sign up or go to Contact and use the email form there. Lily thanks you for keeping in touch!