Welcome to The Wild Rivers Coast Art Online Gallery for artists living and working in Port Orford, Oregon. Each artist's portfolio or website can be viewed by clicking on the artist's name so you can view more of the art that interests you. We hope you enjoy perusing this wonderful collection of art.
William Paul Gaetjens Metal Sculpture, Pastels, and Paintings. Represented by Point.B Studio.
Chris Hawthorne Vessels, Platters and Cast Glass
Bob Hergert Micro-Scrimshaw embellishing knife handles, jewelry, boxes, lighters, letter openers, guitars, and pieces framed for display. Most work is by commission, but Bob has some pieces available for purchase. He also teaches classes and tutors individuals in the art of scrimshaw.
Eric Johnson Marble Sculpture. Eric's studio is behind the Johnson Gallery in Port Orford and he invites you to come and watch him at work. His stone sculptures and bronzes made him famous in the 1980s and he has chosen to live and work on the Oregon Coast since 1997.
Doug Kinney Working in a studio at the back of Tri Angle Square Gallery, Doug is creating nautical watercolors in a self-taught style that immediately captures your attention.
Janet Geib Pretti Sculpture. Janet's sculpture came to be in order to say what she could not say with words.
Elaine Roemen Oil paintings. Elaine worked for many years as an art therapist. She and her husband Steve moved to Port Orford in 2002 and Elaine began painting full time. Most of Elaine's current works are local seascapes and landscapes
As a native of the NW, having spent about half his life in Washington, the rest in Oregon, Stephen Thompson concentrates on this Pacific Northwest wonderland. For years he worked with large format cameras, now, having gone all digital, he still works in the same style, doing very high resolution nature photography.
Stephen has been a regular contributor to Oregon Coast Magazine and have 3 images in the 2009 calendar.
Presently, his work is on display at Point B Studio in Port Orford, and is also available from his website.
Shannon Weber Basket Weaving with native materials. Shannon is a self-taught Oregon native who lives in Cottage Grove. The river drainages of Oregon's south coast have had a large influence on her work and are a major source of her materials. Her work can be seen at the Tri Angle Square Gallery in Port Orford.
Georganne White Expressionist pastel, watercolor, and silk art. Georganne has always been an artist. She studied at the SF Art Institute in the 1960s and has since produced fine art, advertising art, illustrations for children's books, and calendar art. She offers workshops and classes.