Welcome to Seaside First Saturday Art Walk. Starry Night Inn!

Starry Night Inn, 811 1st Ave, Seaside 

One block West of Highway 101, one block North of Oceanway and  one block East of Oceanway.  Within walking distance from the Historic Gilbert district of downtown Seaside.


Starry Night Inn is a six-room villa located in Seaside, Oregon – a Victorian home with two rooms with private baths, a hostel with three beds and shared bath and three cabins, with fireplaces and kitchenettes. Each room in the motel, including the lobby, dining room, and walls leading up to rooms feature art from nine Portland, Oregon artists. The mood of this motel feels timeless, sophisticated, even elegant but in a slightly bohemian way + there is a sauna! This motel offers artist residencies and the whole property is available for rental for events, retreats, and parties.



The art at the motel is curated by Chris Haberman. The motel is currently featuring the work of Ace Troy with his Pop art, spray paint style, Ursula Barton’s work inspired by rainy bike rides in PDX, Judy Haas’ colorful acrylic and watercolor work, Oscar Diggs a photo transfer artist, Debra Of The Dead features recycled Day Of The Dead artwork, Lea Barozzi’s work has a beautiful dreamy femme, punk rock vibe. Gary Houston is a poster artist using traditional methods, Tom Healy has a unique eye for nature photography, and Chris Haberman, whose work focuses on people, politics, pop-culture and various forms of media.


Starry Night Inn joins the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk
April 7th, 5-7pm



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And, too, Westport Winery joins the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk!

Save the date and time!

Seaside First Saturday Art Walk welcomes 

Westport Winery  Art Walk
April 7, 2018.

Thank you again for contacting us about this event. We are so excited to participate. We will be releasing the following information to local media and our wine club members.

Westport Winery will be a featured stop on the Seaside Art Walk on April 7. This First Saturday event is held from 5pm to 7pm in Seaside’s historic Gilbert District (2004 Oregon Main Street winner) where the winery’s new tasting room is located at 810 Broadway. As part of this evening of art Westport will be featuring its 34 unique labels featuring original art by the family and friends. At the same time, they will offer free olive oil and balsamic vinegar tasting from the Olivelle company whose motto is “The Art of Flavor.”


Westport Winery Seaside

Located in Salmonberry Square, next to the Wheatley/ Desler Building

Historic Gilbert District

810 Broadway

Seaside, OR 97138


In 2017, Westport Winery was named Greater Grays Harbor Business of the Year. The Sea Glass Grill at Westport Winery Garden Resort was voted #2 winery restaurant in the nation by USA Today. The business has been voted Best Winery by King 5 Evening Magazine seven times.

In 2016 Westport Winery was honored as one of the top twenty most-admired wineries in North America by Winery & Vineyard Management Magazine. The business earned Best Winery, Best Wine Shop, and Best Boutique Winery for 2016 by South Sound Magazine. They received the Grays Harbor Environmental Stewardship Award in 2015. They were named the Best Washington Family Business Silver Medal winners in 2012 by Seattle Business Magazine. And in 2011 they garnered Washington Winery to Watch by Wine Press Northwest.

Westport Winery Seaside is open daily from 11am to 6pm and until 8pm on Friday and Saturday. Family-friendly Westport Winery Garden Resort, is located on the corner of Highway 105 and South Arbor Road, halfway between Aberdeen and Westport. The Sea Glass Grill at the resort is open daily or breakfast, lunch, and dinner from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and until 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. For more information or reservations call 360-648-2224.

“Filled with harmonious connections to the sea, Westport Winery is a coast traveler’s dream.”

For more about the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, please visit http://www.facebook.com/ Seaside First Saturday Art Walk.

Westport Winery gets OK for new tasting room in Seaside.  Welcome to the historic Gilbert District!

SEASIDE — Westport Winery moved ahead with a new retail location in the Salmonberry Square building Monday night. A winery sales license approved by City Council allows direct sales of beer and wine to consumers.“We’ve had a commitment to not only the quality of our products, but… read more at…

Source: Westport Winery gets OK for new tasting room in Seaside

Bead boxing: Gayle H. Seely uses ancient methods, modern energy

Thank you Eve Marx, reporter!


“I love seeing people become so involved in my boxes,” Gayle H. Seely said.The artist’s unique creations will be on display at Fairweather House & Gallery’s Seaside Art Walk kick-off at the “Fresh Greens” opening reception 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 3.H

Source: Bead boxing: Gayle H. Seely uses ancient methods, modern energy

Seaside First Saturday Art Walk

Thank you, http://www.coastweekend.com!


SEASIDE — The Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, celebrating its 14th year in 2018, hosts local, regional and nationally acclaimed artists in various businesses, galleries and locations along Broadway Street and Holladay Drive in the historic Gilbert District. The next Art Walk takes place 5 to

Source: Seaside First Saturday Art Walk

Introducing Katharine Stewart. Welcome to the neighborhood!

Katharine Stewart

Ancient Health and Healing-Seaside Group Acupuncture

Health Care

10-B N Holladay Drive

In the Gilbert Block Building

(across the street from Seaside Coffee House/ on the same side of the street as Dough Dough Bakery)

Seaside, Oregon

Website: Ancient Health and Healing.com


Welcome to the historic Gilbert District!


Katharine Stewart, Licensed Acupuncturist for over 28 years, has recently relocated her practice from Arizona, after years of missing coastal living.

Katharine graduated from the Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine. She moved to Arizona as one of the founding faculty members of the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture, where she also served as Clinic Dean, Acupuncture Chair and Clinical Supervisor for over ten years.

She has worked closely with many health care providers such as naturopathic physicians, nurse practitioners, pediatric nurse practitioners, midwives, physical therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, and yoga instructors.

She believes that healing is an art, and there are many paths to achieving good health. Acupuncture can be one of many powerful healing modalities, and works beautifully with them all.

In Seaside, Katharine specializes in acupuncture done in a small, group setting for the very affordable rate of $25-45, (sliding scale).

Group, or Community Acupuncture, is a way to offer the incredible healing benefits of acupuncture to most everyone.

In fact, acupuncture done in a group setting is the way it has been practiced in China for thousands of years.

Katharine is passionate about making acupuncture affordable, effective and painless.



And, too, Katharine Stewart joins Seaside First Saturday Art Walk.

March 3, 5-7pm

Featuring the art of healing.




In addition, Katharine Stewart  has joined the Seaside Chamber of Commerce!

March Ancient Health and Healing-Seaside Group Acupuncture | Health …
Ancient Health and Healing-Seaside Group Acupuncture, Health Care. 10-B N Holladay Drive Seaside, OR 97138.

(971) 320-4217.

Grace notes received the 2017 BEAVER TALES exhibit.

Now that the Beaver Tales Project is officially over, I want to thank you all for helping to make it such a success. Not only did the artists help thousands of people learn to appreciate beavers and the work they do for people and the environment, they contributed a fine collection of original art to the world that will be treasured for many years.

And many thanks also to the sponsors, galleries, and volunteers who tirelessly promoted the exhibits and related events, and to the volunteers who helped pack, unpack, transport, store and hang the beaver art.

The Wetlands Conservancy, North Coast Land Conservancy, Necanicum and Lower Nehalem Watershed Councils were incredible partners, and took full advantage of the opportunity to promote the conservation of beavers and their habitat.

We sold 73 pieces for just under $22,000. I am thinking about what next, and am open to suggestions about projects that include elements of both art and nature. We learned a lot from this one, and would appreciate any feedback you have about how it could have been even better. I’m also happy to help out with other projects that could use some assistance.
–Sara Vickerman



Beaver Tales Art Sales  $21,769

  1. Oregon State University – LaSells-Stewart Gallery – February, 2017 $5308
  2. Lake Oswego – 510 Art and Museum Space – April, 2017 $3512
  3. Seaside – Fairweather Gallery/ historic Gilbert District Pop-up Gallery – May 2017  $7849
  4. Nehalem – North County Recreation District Gallery – August, 2017 $265
  5. Oregon Zoo – September- October, 2017 $825
  6. Beaverton City Hall – November- December, 2017 $4010


Great job! Wow! You must really feel great about this final result. Congratulations! I certainly benefited personally and am happy that Joe and I were able to contribute as a result of the TEAA sale of both paintings plus notes. Outstanding leadership! — Jane McGeehan

I’ve never seen anything run more smoothly from start to finish – it was an amazing undertaking and the scope and quality of artists’ works was truly incredible. And to think we could have so much fun, make a little money, and help beavers all at the same time! Fondly, JoAnn

Ditto, great job! A big THANKS to ALL who put in time & energy for these exhibits! So unique and lovely! We were honored to show & sell, and be involved with nature-conserving people and organizations. And we loved learning more about — and helping — beavers! 🙂 Boni Deal

This has been a really fun show to be involved with. I appreciate the efforts and skills of everyone who helped. You are a rock star!!! –Mary Burgess

I, too, was honored to be part of this show. You and The Wetlands Conservancy crew did an outstanding job of promoting and teaching. Thank you all for your hard work. Jean

Lucky to be included in this show! Many thanks for your hard work & for raising awareness.
Theresa Andreas-O’Leary

I am so happy to pile on my thanks – this was a truly amazing experience, a coupling of arts & science that really spanned our great state in meaningful ways. On behalf of everyone involved at OSU, it was our honor to be included in this, and a true pleasure for me personally to help shape and support it.
Charles Robinson
College of Liberal Arts | University Outreach & Engagement | Oregon State University

I feel a ditto coming on! This Beaver Tales show was amazing, in every way. Bringing together artists and nature lovers, the show’s success clearly is a product of brilliant planning coupled with tireless organization. Thanks to everyone who had a hand in making this happen.
I’m so glad you’re looking to future show ideas! Aquatic could make a good theme… I’m entertaining designs for fish collages 🙂 marbling paper today. Maybe jurying the show next time? With the momentum of this one I can imagine an even greater answer to the call. But hard to improve on perfection! – René Eisenbart

Thank you for your tireless organization and hard work you and your team put in. What an honor to be a part of the show! I’m excited for the next one. 🙂 —Anji Grainger

It was an honor to be in this show. I found entire process interesting and managed so well all along the way. I loved all the information I learned about beavers and their habitat at the Oregon State University opening show. All along the way with all the show moves, everything was so well organized and we were so well informed. Thanks you so much for an exemplary job! –Dee Rommel

I am in awe of what you achieved with this “event” (the word seems inadequate to describe such a multi-faceted undertaking) and how superbly you managed all the logistics. It was an honor and a pleasure to be part of it. Congratulations to everyone who contributed to the success of the Beaver Tales Project. Best wishes from the other Land of the Beaver (aka Canada).–Frances Backhouse, author Once They Were Hats

Your vision and perseverance have been a voice for the beaver with whom we share this world, so glad we spoke up for them and I bet we’ve gained them much more respect with all the work this past year. Thank you! — Mary Moffat



That’s a wrap! Hold the memories close. Start planning for the next exhibit! –Sara

And, too, Tom’s Fish and Chips in the historic Gilbert District is on the corner of Broadway and Hollday!

1 North Holladay

Seaside, Oregon

Call (503) 739-7386



Seafood Restaurant · American Restaurant


Serving fish and chips, fish tacos, classic burgers, salads, chowder and excellent beer.

Located in the historic Gilbert District, on the corner of Broadway and Holladay.

Map courtesy of KP Graphic Arts.


Welcome to the Gilbert District neighborhood…Victory Barber Shop.




Victory Barbershop

18 N. Holladay

In the historic Gilbert District

Seaside Or





I’m Jacob,

Owner/Operater of The Victory Barbershop in Seaside. I started my career in Portland back in 2010 starting out in the typical venues like Great Clips and The Barbers. I quickly progressed to The Modern Man and then on to Rooks Traditional. From there we moved to Raymond Wa where I opened a small one chair shop (still working it as well) We’ve always loved the north coast of Oregon and decided this would be a great place for long term goals so we decided to open a 4 chair shop. For now it will be just me but I am actively looking for fresh talent and as I can add some barbers we will be able to open up more days.  Thank you for your interest, I hope to see you soon. You bring the hair I’ll have the whiskey ready to go.


We’re open Friday through Monday 10am to 6pm

Walk-ins only and closed the last 3 days of the month.


Map courtesy of KP Graphic Arts.

Blue Bond Studio and Gallery offers painting classes in Seaside


Posting an article published in the Seaside Signal by Eve Marx, Dec. 22, 2017

Blue Bond, or Blue as he likes to be called, was born in Louisville, Kentucky. He says he was educated in Tacoma, Washington, but you may detect a bit of Southern charm in his accent. He’s been a professional full time painter since 1967. “I’ve been painting for four decades…

Source: Blue Bond Studio and Gallery offers painting classes in Seaside