The Historic Gilbert District

Seaside First Saturday Art Walk. October 5, 5-7:pm.

SEASIDE — Celebrating 15 years in 2019, the next Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, will be held 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 5. The free event takes place between Holladay Drive and Broadway Street in the Historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside.

 

Shine Fair Trade, 609 Broadway St.
Artisan show featuring artists, potters, quilters, craft brewers and crafters who will display their talents and wares. All of the wonderful gifts you have come to expect from Fair Trade are waiting to be discovered. Snacks, drinks and live music provided.

 

Peddler’s Row, 604 Broadway St.
Featuring an assortment of art and antiques ranging from woodcarvings to paintings to metalwork and more.

 

SunRose Gallery, 606 Broadway St.
Celebrating all the colors of fall with an Open House featuring the whimsical, seasonal art of mixed media artist Patty Thurlby, handcrafted vintage china jewelry by Cathy Tippin and Valeri Darling’s mixed media celebrity portraits and journals. Snack on pumpkin bread, candy corn and cider while enjoying live music by guitarist David Crabtree accompanied on saxophone and flute by Ray Coffey.

 

Pacific Heirloom Art and Collectables, 608 Broadway St.
Featuring a collectable model boat of Christopher Columbus’ Santa Maria 1492 flagship in wood, brass, twine, wire and flags, possibly from the 1920s. The model includes a handsome glass and wood display case.

 

Fairweather House and Gallery, 612 Broadway St.

Opening reception for “A Fine Line,” featuring representational and non-representational works of art. There will be an artist’s talk at 5:30 p.m. and a habitat lecture by naturalist Neal Maine at 6 p.m. with painting demonstrations by Paul Brent and live music by Shirley 88.

Regional artists in the show include Sharon Abbott-Furze, Bill Baily, Jo Pomeroy-Crockett, Karen Doyle, Bob Kroll, Linda Fenton-Mendenhall, Carolyn Lindberg, Emily Miller, Christine Trexel and Russell J. Young.
The gallery welcomes coastal artists Rebecca Herren and Dorota Haber-Lehigh and is introducing emerging artists Ray Althaus and W. T. Brown.

 

Art in the Loft at Beach Books, 616 Broadway St.
Featuring Jeffery Hall and Jim Zaleski, contemporary abstract expressionists who incorporate digital tools into their creative processes in an exhibit titled “The New Media Art Movement/ Rise of the Tradigitalists.” This evolving New-Age art form is rapidly gaining acceptance from traditional artists. Both artists will meet with art walk guests to discuss the genre.

 

Seaside Yarn and Fiber, 10A N. Holladay Drive

Featuring an eclectic mix of hand-dyed yarn, macramé and décor items that fill every nook and cranny. Plan to take time to poke through the assortment of items and visit with the owner, who is choke full of information on the art of fiber.

 

The Whet Spot, 12 N. Holladay Drive

Combing the best of two worlds, art with craft beers, ciders and wines. Cutting edge art covers the walls including a fine collection of hand-made fused glass tiles and on the window sill an ever-changing series of painted rocks.

 

Angi D Wildt Gallery, 737 Broadway St., #2

Featuring mixed media monotypes by Bend artist Michelle Lindblloom. “My approach is intuitive. It is a visual playground of colors, textures, shapes and movement. My imagery portrays continuous dialogues with my psyche along with my awareness of everyday experiences.”

 

Blue Bond Art Studio and Gallery, 417 S. Holladay Drive

Fully rooted in the West, find original art, mostly oil work, by Blue Bond, who is a sought after Seaside artist by collectors from all over the country.

 

Starry Night Art Hotel and Inn, 811 First Ave.

Featuring new art from Judy Haas, an Oregon artist working in acrylics, watercolors and mixed media. Originals mostly small enough to fit in guest’s luggage and extremely affordable in a style that feels like sophisticated folk art.

Find additional original art during the day at: Seaside Coffee House, 3 N. Holladay Drive; Seaside Antique Mall, 726 Broadway St., Dough Dough Bakery, 8 N Holladay Drive and Westport Winery, 810 Broadway St.

 


Map courtesy of KP Graphic Arts

Read more  at: http://www.facebook.com/ Seaside First Saturday Art Walk

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Save the date. Seaside Antique Mall Fall Sale.

October 4, 5 and 6th.

Seaside Antique Mall

726 Broadway St

Seaside, Oregon 97138

(503) 717-9312

 

Every booth, every dealer to have fabulous stuff on sale.

The Seaside Antique Mall has become as big of a destination point as Seaside itself. The Management and Staff are always friendly and helpful. The Vendors inside the mall are always bringing in new items and keeping it fresh.

This is a super clean, well-organized super fun place to visit if you are in search for that special item or just taking time off to browse and relive your past memories browsing the very large and diversified amount of vintage items in this mall.


“We visit the Seaside Antique Mall every time we are in Seaside and always seem to find the perfect item to add to our collection. Thank you to all the vendors for bringing your wonderful treasures to Seaside for us to enjoy and add to our collections.”

The short list. August 3. Seaside First Saturday Art Walk

SEASIDE — Celebrating 15 years in 2019, the next Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, will be held 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 3. The free event takes place between Holladay Drive and Broadway Street in the Historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside.

 

Shine Fair Trade, 609 Broadway St.

Featuring award winning North Coast artist Audene Jay. Her art includes painting, jewelry, lapidary, poetry, performance art, music, professional knitting and clothing design. She has taught Fearless Drawing and enjoys being diverse and having freedom to express herself in many media. “Change is the only constant.”

Gilbert District Gallery, 613 Broadway St.

 

Featuring working artist and teacher Ian Ricker with oils reflecting the beauty of the landscapes and wildlife of Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and western themed art. In addition, featuring Ricker’s spouse, wildlife artist Jennie Truitt.

Peddler’s Row, 604 Broadway

Featuring vintage oils, designer goods and work created by artisans. Peddler’s Row is a new-old business curated by Avery Loschen and Will Perkins, property owners of the Gilbert Block Building.

SunRose Gallery, 606 Broadway St.

Featuring the richly decorative storytelling art of bead mosaic artist Zemula Fleming. She says, “I am particularly fascinated by the icon and its power to evoke adoration and reverence.” Also introducing the textile art of musical artist Jennifer Goodenberger, new ceramic work by Charlotte Bruhn and sand dollar mosaics by Mimi Cernyar Fox. Live music provided by guitarist David Crabtree accompanied on saxophone and flute by Ray Coffey.

Pacific Heirloom Art and Collectables, 608 Broadway St.

Featuring antique cobalt blue glass. The characteristic bright dark blue identifies it for the collector. Most cobalt glass found today was made after the Civil War. It was made using oxide of cobalt.

Fairweather House and Gallery, 612 Broadway St.

Opening reception for “Outside Interests,” featuring local painters and artisans hugely impressed with the wide-open, majestic vistas of the Pacific Northwest. Selected art and new original work conveys nature’s shifting moods with no human presence visible. Juried artists include Paul Brent, Rene Hafeman, Melissa Jander, Sharon Kathleen Johnson, Bev Drew Kindley, Martha Lee, Gretha Lindwood, Susan Romersa and Dale J. Veith. Welcoming new artists: oil painter, Vicky Snider-Combs; glass artist, Christine Downs and encaustic artist Elina Zebergs. Naturalist Neal Maine will speak about the local habitat at 6 p.m. There will be live painting demonstration by Paul Brent and music by Shirley 88 throughout the evening.

Art-in-the-Loft at Beach Books, 616 Broadway St.

Hosting the Westside ArtShare, a multi-talented group exhibiting mixed media artwork around the theme “Summer Vacation.” Participating artists are Lori Hicke, Riis Griffen, Elizabeth Higgins, Carole Zenny, Megan Turner Baxter, Debbie Grover, Theresa Magsig Kotvis, Laura Thode and Suzanne Ebert. Meet and greet the artists.

 

Seaside Yarn and Fiber, 10A N. Holladay Drive

Featuring weaver Dana of Selah Signs who will be showcasing her one-of-a-kind weavings and doing a demo during the Art Walk.

The Whet Spot, 12 N. Holladay Drive

Featuring the art of Bryan “Mumblesemcee” May. “My creations are like adopted pets or children; I just want them to go to a good home and to someone who loves them.”

Angi D Wildt Gallery, 737 Broadway St., #2

Featuring glass paintings by Christine Kende. In her process, multiple layers of crushed glass are applied fusing after each layer until the desired effect is achieved. She enjoys the juxtaposition of art and science in learning what this medium can do. She teaches glass art at the Art Loft in Astoria. Tastings by Buddha Kat Winery during Art Walk.

Westport Winery, 810 Broadway St.

Featuring Josh Fry, a self-taught artist and Seaside native who creates his paintings using spray paint cans along with complex sets of stencils.

 

Blue Bond Art Studio and Gallery, 417 S. Holladay Drive

Featuring oil paintings and acrylics by Blue Bond, an accomplished Seaside professional artist whose specialty is portraits and wildlife.

 

Starry Night Art Hotel and Inn, 811 First Ave.

Featuring the art of Caroline Green, an artist that uses glazing to create paintings inspired by the Pacific Northwest environment. The art at the motel is curated by Chris Haberman.

Find additional original art during the day at: Seaside Coffee House, 3 N. Holladay Drive; Seaside Antique Mall, 726 Broadway St. and at Dough Dough Bakery, 8 N Holladay Drive.

 

End of the Trail Pub softly opens in the Historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside.

 

Soft opening July 22 with a grand opening planned after the summer, 2019.

 

Sean McKeown, a member of a longtime restaurant family in Seaside, received a full on-premise sales license at the End of the Trail Public House at 735 Broadway located in the historic Beacon Hotel Building.

McKeown was the owner/operator of the Irish Pub which used to be across from this location from 2012-17 as back bar to McKeown’s Restaurant.

The idea behind the place is to have a pool table, darts, shuffleboard, cornhole,” McKeown said. “Really a place for people to have something to do other than sit at a bar and drink.”

 

 

Serving pub-style food. The restaurant’s name is derived from “End of the Trail” statue at the turnaround, erected in 1940 to salute the two-year, 4,000-mile expedition of Lewis and Clark.

While the restaurant won’t theme “too much” with the explorers, some history will be displayed along the walls.

May 4, 5-7:pm. Seaside First Saturday Art Walk news release.


SEASIDE — Celebrating 15 years in 2019, the next Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, will be held 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday May 4. The free event takes in sponsoring galleries and businesses located in downtown Seaside between Holladay Drive and Broadway Street in the Historic Gilbert District. Find courtesy parking on the corner of Holladay and Oceanway.

 

#1.  Shine Fair Trade, 609 Broadway St.

Offering Fair Trade Chocolate, a handmade brand that is organic with minimal processing which leads to a healthier chocolate and with an ethical philosophy that ensures that cocoa farmers are provided with a fair sustainable wage.  As a member of the Fair Trade Federation Moxie demonstrates a genial and equitable approach to conducting business.

 

#2.  SunRose Gallery, 606 Broadway St.

Featuring artist Jan Barber and her mixed media Spirit Dolls, made with intention and love, each with their own theme meant to help you relate to your inner wise woman. Also featuring new mosaic wall mirrors in gemstone colors by Angie Heinrich, new Face Vaces and artisan jewelry by Charlotte Bruhn and Seaside-themed paintings by Ronni Harris. Image: Spring Spirit Doll mixed media by Jan Barber at SunRose Gallery

#3.  Pacific Heirloom, 608 Broadway St.

Featuring a large collection of vintage glass fishing floats of all sizes, from the estate of a lifelong collector, in addition to featuring  “Oregon-grown” antiques, art and collectibles selected by Kay Kenny. Image: Spring Spirit Doll mixed media by Jan Barber at SunRose Gallery

#4.  Fairweather House and Gallery, 612 Broadway St.

Opening artist reception for “Portraiture” featuring regional artists Leah Kohlenberg, Susan Romersa, Patricia Clark-Finley, Rebecca Gore, Carolynn Wagler, Mike Mason and Russell J. Young. Introducing Karen Doyle and Vanessa Stokes. The art selected is a debut exhibition contemplating character in portrait drawings and oil sketches showcasing the relationship between artist and sitter as its central subject.  One highlight is a self-portrait of Seaside artist Blue Bond, who will be offering a Painting Seaside LIVE ™ episode during the Art Walk. LIVE music by RJ Marx and ‘Portraiture’ habitat lecture by local naturalist, wildlife photographer Neal Maine at 6: pm.

Image: Russell J. Russell fine art portrait.

#5. Art-in-the-Loft at Beach Books, 616 Broadway St.

Presenting artist Elina Zebergs who will be showing her new encaustic paintings of marine animals. Using an encaustic painting method (bee’s wax + resin and pigments), the artist fashions representations of marine life in their native habitats. Image: Seal by Elina Zebergs.

 

#6. Seaside Yarn and Fiber, 10A N. Holladay Drive

Welcoming local hand spinner Hannah Roles, of “The Crafty Wench”, who will be offering a demonstration on the art of making yarn on both a drop spindle and a wheel. Image: Spinning wheel.

 

 

#7. The Whet Spot, 12 N. Holladay Drive

Featuring local artists ranging from the amateur to the professional artist for providing Art Walk visitors access to a wide range of art. In addition, The Whet Spot offers a relaxed, friendly, adults-only atmosphere where patrons can enjoy craft beers, ciders and wines.

 

#8. Westport Winery, 810 Broadway St.

Featuring Josh Fry, a self-taught native Seaside artist who creates using spray paint cans combined with complex stencils. A firm believer that anyone can make art with practice; he produces a YouTube series, teaches classes and does live painting shows for area youth and other organizations.

 

 

 

#9. Angi D Wildt Gallery, 737 Broadway St., #2

Featuring rare watercolors by artists with signatures are illegible to the naked eye. One painting is clearly dated 1875. The other one is either from 1888 or 1889. This will make for an evening of interesting discussion and research during the Art Walk. Did the same artist paint them at different times of his career? Is one artist a student of the master?

 

#10. Blue Bond Art Studio and Gallery, 417 S. Holladay Drive

Featuring oil paintings and acrylics by Blue Bond, an accomplished Seaside professional artist whose specialty likes in portraits and wildlife. With over fifty years of experience, the artist teaches one-to-one classes in oil or acrylic to novices and experienced painters alike.

 

#11. Starry Night Inn, 811 First Ave.

Introducing artist Lea K. Tawd, PSU graduate with a B.A. in drawing, painting and printmaking. The artist, a Reiki Master, uses Reiki in the creation of her art to help others find inner healing in private sessions, workshops, and retreats. Starry Night is an art motel by the sea located in a Victorian villa where each room features art from Oregon artists. This motel offers artist residencies. The art at the motel is curated by Chris Haberman.

 

For more information about the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk and more detailed news releases about the sponsoring galleries and businesses, please go to http://www.facebook.com/ Seaside First Saturday Art Walk.

Map of the Historic Gilbert District courtesy of KP Graphic Arts.

Find additional original art during the day at Seaside Coffee House, 3 N. Holladay Drive; Seaside Antique Mall, 726 Broadway St. and at Dough Dough Bakery, 8 N Holladay Drive.

 

 

Thank you Seaside Signal for endorsing the May 4 Seaside First Saturday Art Walk.  In their words “this is going to be awesome!”

 

Thank you http://www.coastweekend.com/ Discover Our Coast Weekend​/ The The Daily Astorian​ for the news article. In addition, thank you for selecting the May 4 Seaside First Saturday Art Walk as the EDITOR’S PICK TOP STORY/ Seaside First Saturday Art Walk.  Apr 25, 2019 designation! 

Announcing a new neighbor in the District.

Five-star Henna

 

https://www.seasidesignal.com/…/five-star-henna/article_60b327cc-570b-11e9-a266-7…
Eve Marx

“Seaside is where it’s all happening,” said Sandy Palmer, artist in chief and proprietor of Five Star Henna, from her new location in Seaside. Palmer, a northern Californian, was a window painter who fell hard for henna after watching a YouTube video. During a vacation to Seaside eight years ago, she determined to move here and open a henna studio.

“We do temporary tattoos, airbrush, stencil; we’ll feather and wrap your hair,” Palmer said. “We do face-painting for little kids, and we’re looking to hire a piercer.”

Sarah, her daughter, also works in the shop and helped design the cool décor. Five Star Henna is an enchanting place to hang out; while you’re waiting your turn under the magical henna tent, check out the cool merch — groovy incense, 3D tapestry, and energy clearing sage sticks.

Henna, for those not in the know, is a natural, organic dye made from the powdered leaves of a tropical shrub. For hundreds of years it’s been used for body decoration; Cleopatra wore it. Eastern Indians elevated henna painting to a venerated art form; henna is incorporated into their lavish wedding festivals as well as religious ceremonies.

The plant the dye is derived from grows naturally in Africa, northern Australia, and southern Asia. Palmer gets her henna directly from a lady in India. Once henna is applied, results, which fade gradually, can last up to four weeks. While young females on vacation make up the lion’s share of Palmer’s business, she also gets people who are considering a tattoo who want to test drive a henna version first for placement.

Palmer says it’s not unusual for a group to come in, say a beach volleyball team, all wanting the same design. Call it a tribal thing. That’s where the party atmosphere kicks in.

“It can get really busy in here on a weekend afternoon,” Palmer said. “This is a fun place to be.”
Patrons select a design from a wide array of suggestions provided by Palmer. I showed her a picture on my phone and she duplicated it. The price of henna application depends on the intricacy and detail of the design. Palmer commented on how there are myriad recreational opportunities in Seaside for those 21 and up. Henna is something everyone can enjoy, age regardless.

For years, I’ve fantasized about getting a tattoo, but so far haven’t been brave — or committed — enough. I asked Palmer draw the classic reiki symbol, cho ku rey, on the back of my hand. It’s lasted two weeks so far. I couldn’t be happier. I’m definitely going back to do it again.

Five Star Henna is located at 600 Broadway in Seaside, right next to the Broadway Bridge, on the north west corner of the Historic Gilbert District neighborhood.

Welcome to the Historic Gilbert District. Line X of Clatsop County.

Line X of Clatsop County

781 Avenue A
Seaside, Oregon

Call (503) 739-7556

 

 

Products
LINE-X of Clatsop County offers bed liners and specialty coatings for automotive as well as protective coatings for commercial and residential use. We also offer a selection of accessories for automotive and every day use.

Automotive, Aircraft & Boat

 

 

LINE-X of Clatsop County is a brand new LINE-X location dedicated to providing outstanding product and service to the North Oregon coast. As we embark on this journey, we invite you to follow our progress and share your ideas for success.

 


Line-X has coatings for waterproofing, rust resistance, anti-skid/slip, chemical resistance, UV protection and more.

We look forward to growing awareness around the products we offer and showcasing the wide range of uses (think outside the bed liner)!

In addition to coatings, Line-X has recently launched Truck Gear by Line-X.

Truck Gear produces quality aftermarket automotive accessories and will be one of many brands that can be found in our new showroom.


The business is owned and operated by CeeCee and Travis Wakefield.

Both are committed to fostering relationships within the community, giving back to non-profit organizations and honoring our local military and first responders.

Whether participating in a community event, hosting a field trip or lending time to volunteer, Line-X of Clatsop County looks forward to making a positive contribution to the North Oregon coast.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the Historic Gilbert District. Voyages Toys now in Seaside.

Shout out.

New business.

Voyages Toys

10-B N. Holladay

 In the Gilbert Block building.

In the historic Gilbert District Seaside, Or

Enhance your visit to the Oregon Coast by visiting Voyages Toys.

Talk with our expert staff to learn about the best toys for the beach, the most popular puzzles, and the latest award-winning games.

Jeremy, originally from Astoria, OR, has spent the last 16 years working professionally in Project Management. He has worked for companies such as Hollywood Video, Starbucks Coffee Co., and KinderCare Education.

In 2010 he started his own company Cosmic Reads, LLC. A company that sells high grade comic books online at www.cosmicreads.com. Where he also spent time as an authorized witness for comic book signatures for CBCS comic book grading. He is married to Sally and together they have one son named Charlie.

Sally, originally from Cornelius, OR, spent 15 years working for OHSU. Over the past several years both Sally and Jeremy have been attending comic book conventions all over Oregon, Washington, and Texas.

“We are both excited about this opportunity to own and operate Voyages and are really excited. Not only for this new exciting adventure but, also to be closer to our family.”

 

 

Our Mission

To promote face to face interaction through tabletop games, to encourage outdoor play, and to boost awareness of the amazing talent that exists in the comic book industry.

 

 

 

Open in Seaside. 

2019!

 

 

 Other Locations:

Voyages Toys Cannon Beach

Located in Sandpiper Square in Cannon Beach, this location has been a toy store for over 20 years.

Voyages Toys  in Nye Beach, Newport, OR

 

Mystery Boxes!

Featured in the window of the Seaside Shop.
March 2019

 

A Pop Culture Toy, Comic, and Game, Rainbow Road Mystery Box.

Guaranteed to contain:

A variety of pop culture toys, comics, and/or games!
With an overall retail value of AT LEAST $80 and UP TO $200!
If you are into superheroes, sci fi/fantasy movies, tv shows, or other pop culture fandoms… Mystery Boxes!

Everything in the box is NEW and ordered specifically for these boxes.

From the Seaside Visitor’s Bureau.

 

Photo of the corner Wheatley/ Desler Building  located in the Historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside.

 

Map courtesy of KP Graphic Arts

 

Visit Seaside, OR
February 27, 2019

“There is something charming in little seaside towns when it is not high tourist season. Love this little sleepy, more relaxed and laid back vibe, a chance to browse through small shops and cafes without crowds, have a little talk with owners.”
Precious times indeed. 💕

 

And, too, an article published by Seaside Visitors Bureau

 

 

March 1, 2019 | by Seaside Visitors Bureau

Seaside, Oregon, is known for its downtown murals and active arts scene.

As one of the best known beach destinations in the Pacific Northwest, Seaside has a reputation for stunning sunsets, inviting sand, and proximity to incredible hiking trails that wander along both the sandy shores and rugged bluffs. In addition to its scenic beauty, though, Seaside is also full of rich history and embraces artists from all walks of life. From art walks to museums to festivals, this Oregon Coast gem has an ocean’s worth of art and culture to explore during your next visit.

 

Visiting Seaside when there is not an Art Walk? Don’t fret. Seaside’s art community is well represented all year long. Must-stop art galleries include the Oregon Gallery, the SunRose Gallery, the Fairweather House and Gallery, and the numerous murals spread all throughout town. The Seaside murals are an attraction in themselves and capture the spirit and culture of this idyllic coastal town. Colorful, iconic, and full of the coastal spirit you’d expect to see, the murals, which are perfect for selfies in the salty air, adorn buildings all around town.

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The short list. March 2 Seaside First Saturday Art Walk located in the Historic Gilbert District.

First Saturday Art Walk
March 2 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Free

The Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, celebrating 15 years in 2019. This event takes place between Holladay Drive and Broadway Street in the Historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside.

Angi D Wildt Gallery, 737 Broadway St., #2

Featuring eight artists who offer original oil, watercolor and pastel paintings as well as bronze, glass and marble sculptures and photography on canvas. In addition, offering historical posthumous works available from a private collection.

Westport Winery, 810 Broadway St.

Featuring Josh Fry, a self-taught Seaside artist who creates work using spray paint cans combined with complex sets of stencils. A firm believer that anyone can make art with practice, he has produced a YouTube series, teaches classes and does live painting shows for area youth or other organizations.

Blue Bond Art Studio and Gallery, 417 S. Holladay Drive

Featuring oil on canvas paintings and acrylics on board by Blue Bond, a Seaside professional artist with a degree from the San Francisco Art Institute. The artist teaches in oil and acrylic to novices and experienced painters alike.

Shine Fair Trade, 609 Broadway St.

Featuring felted flowers handcrafted by artisans in Nepal, baskets hand crafted in Africa and hand painted purses by Sandy Higgins, local artist. As a member of the Fair Trade Federation, Shine Fair Trade demonstrates a genial and equitable approach to conducting business.

SunRose Gallery, 606 Broadway St.

Introducing the mixed media art of Jan Barber who creates Spirit Dolls designed to bring encouragement, inspiration, healing and comfort. Building layers of vintage ribbon and lace around a driftwood frame, she tucks in words that stem from her themes. Also featuring new art from Robin Montero, Zemula Fleming, Patty Thurlby and Cathy Tippin. Serving light appetizers.

Pacific Heirloom, 608 Broadway St.

Featuring the art of Jamie Hayes, a color-blind artist who uses vibrant colors made of small round circles that look like the circles in tests for color blindness. Limited edition print of the illustration taken from Jamie’s first children’s book “The Legendary Adventures of the Flying Mingling Brothers.”

Fairweather House and Gallery, 612 Broadway St.

Opening artist reception for “March,” an exhibition, featuring Dr. Dale J. Veith, fine art photographer, Russell J. Young, Leah Kohlenberg, Bev Drew Kindley and Mary Hurst, Celtic jewelry designer. Offering a Painting Seaside LIVE ™ demonstration by Carolyn Macpherson, music by Shirley 88 and habitat lecture by local naturalist Neal Maine at 6: pm.

Art-in-the-Loft at Beach Books, 616 Broadway St.

Introducing artists from the Portland Metro area. Carole Zenny and Lori Hicke are mixed media emerging “Emergence III” artists dedicated to following their creative dreams wherever it takes them.

Carole Zenny was raised in a French Colony Island in the Caribbean. Her upbringing had a strong influence on her abstract expressionist work, as she is drawn to painting expressionistic, small town scenes.

Lori Hicke works in several creative disciplines; painting, printmaking/collage and hand painted, functional, ceramic art pieces that are illustrative and grounded in contemporary folk art roots.

Dough Dough Bakery, 8 N Holladay Drive

Featuring artist Scott C Johnson, who paints in watercolor and acrylic creating subtle references to the spring season with detailed tiny leaves showing what is just beyond and approaching.

Seaside Yarn and Fiber, 10A N. Holladay Drive

Featuring new hand-dyed colorways and offering yarn spinning demonstrations during the Art Walk. Taking registrations for spinning classes. Inspiring community and creativity, Seaside Yarn and Fiber is an outlet for crafters of all levels.

The Whet Spot, 12 N. Holladay Drive

Featuring local artists ranging from the amateur to the professional artist for the purpose of providing Art Walk visitors access to a wide range of art. In addition, The Whet Spot offers a relaxed, friendly, adults-only atmosphere where patrons can enjoy craft beers, ciders and wines.

Find additional original art during the day at Seaside Coffee House, 3 N. Holladay Drive; Seaside Antique Mall, 726 Broadway St.;and at Starry Night Inn, 811 First Ave.