Uniontown - Uniontown Apartments, 286 West Marine Dr., Astoria, OR 97103
Sarah Goodnough - Contemporary artist, Sarah Goodnough, creates work that celebrates life. Her artistic style is expressive. She paints abstracted viewscapes, translating the natural world into redefined realities.
Lisa Ackerman - My dreams and the act of dreaming is what I paint.
Scott Reuter - Writer, motorcyclist, wannabe visual artist, historic revisionist. Makes found object assemblages, sometimes slathered in beeswax, sometimes not. Favorite areas of art history: DaDa, situationists, outsider art, expressionism...
Roger Hayes - CONTACT AT: LOOPBASEDGUITARART@GMAIL.COM
Mary Tanguay Webb - I am a painter and a writer (Fishtrap Fellow),
Philip Johnson - Hardworking artist type who enjoys long walks off of short piers and warm nights in the fire. Muses apply within...
Jamie Boyd - STUDIO 11 453-A Eleventh St. Astoria, OR 97103 503-791-9435 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kerry Hawley - My main venue is self portraits and abstract oil resist watercolors.
Sally Lackaff - A diurnal omnivore, Sally Lackaff is an agrarian mammal with opposable thumbs and hunter-gatherer tendencies. She loves bones, stones, birds, and minutiae.
David Lee Myers - I photograph Columbia River Skies (recent Views From Home exhibit), coastal rainforests, butterflies, and more pleasures. Why? To share comfort and joy in the world, to share loving it, commiting to it, and caring for it.
Gail Lansdown - Photography is my passion!!!
John Clark - Part time resident of Astoria, makes prints and drawings based on his perception of childhood memories - one part Catholicism, one part Republican politics, and lots of tales of the Great Depression.
Chris Goodwin - Steel Sculpture, Sumi-e Painting, Mixed Media, Graphic Design, Print Brokering, Art Instruction, Artist Mentoring PO Box 214, Long Beach, WA 98631 • 360.642.3299 • fax 866.817.1087
Rosetta Hurley - I enjoy photographing images that inspire peacefulness & a sense of joy in the world around us, especially the special liminal environment of the Lower Columbia River Estuary.
Steve Emmons - Steve loves three dimensions and considers himself a sculptor. In the past he created drawings and paintings. In the future he may do more. He believes every object, creature and scene has something yet to be revealed to him.
Joseph Webb - ('m the one in the purple shirt).
LaRee Johnson - Astoria's waterfront and historic ambience give me daily inspiration for my photography and writing.
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