Directory

OCCA strengthens the arts by ensuring that the Oregon coast has a rich and vibrant arts community through support and promotion of arts organizations and individual artists.

This directory represents the coastal areas of Oregon, which include Clatsop, Tillamook, Lincoln, Coos, and Curry counties and the coastal towns of Lane and Douglas counties.  OCCA is the regional arts council for this area. Learn more about OCCA's regional arts activities.

All Directory Listings with a medium type of Visual Art
  • Al Shimoda, Weeping White Bear, Haines Atherton

    Long time North Oregon Coast artist, Don and his various name sakes, produces fineart, graphic design and architectual renderings. in his working studio in Manzanita, Oregon

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  • Bob Pagani

    Bob Pagani thinks up interesting things of an art-like nature. He makes them. Then you get to see them.

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  • Christine Harrison

    The principal source for my paintings, drawings and sculptures whether abstract or representational is the natural world. I like experimenting with varied of materials and techniques. I like not being too comfortable.

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  • Clayton Bryant Young

    Clay is an oil painter who uses texture, shapes, contrasted colors, plexiglass panels and multiple canvasses to portray the elements and dynamic forces of nature. He is best known for designing two large-scale mosaics, located in the entrances of astronomy centers.

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  • Darren Orange

    Darren Orange is an artist of the American West. The wild sea and earth are branded deeply into the flesh of Orange’s soul and canvases. His work is riveted in place, but unmoored in time.

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  • David B. Anthony

    Contemporary Metal Sculptor and Gallery Owner

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  • Erin Price

    Erin Price is an accomplished teaching artist whose work highlights the beauty of mankind and the created world. Price, who has lived on three continents, seeks especially to share and celebrate culture through her work. Her "Mountain Memories" series showcases lives and landscapes of the Himalaya, honoring minority cultures while capturing the vibrancy and diversity of people and traditions.

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  • Gheri Fouts

    Watercolor artist, and current President of Trail's End Artist Association

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  • Greg Navratil

    Greg Navratil purchased a historical schoolhouse near Seaside over a decade ago. There he creates quasi-realistic paintings. In these all-over-paintings, abstraction is not removed from nature. These works concentrate on the abstract and chaotic qualities of nature. The surfaces are covered from edge to edge and from corner to corner. Your eyes are invited to wander everywhere, to follow the lines shapes, and values. Each area of the composition is given equal attention and significance. Colors are applied with small brushes or paint dispensers in thick layers which appear to be haphazard up close. There is a balance between the painting traditions of abstraction and realism.

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  • Heather Taylor

    Heather Taylor moved to the Oregon Coast in 2007 and fell in love with the ocean. She loves to photograph the coast, as well as draw its denizens. Heather is also a graphic designer, and makes jewelry.

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