Coos Art Museum Biennial 2014 Show

9 Oct

CAM Biennial 2014

CAM Biennial 2014

Throughout CAM: October 10, 2014 –

December 6, 2014

Opening Reception on Friday, October 10, 2014 5:00pm – 7:00pm

CAM BIENNIAL 2014

Continuing the tradition of supporting contemporary Oregon artists, Coos Art

Museum opens its galleries to new works by artists from around the state.

The CAM Biennial provides Oregon artists an opportunity to exhibit their works

within an art museum setting without the extensive jurying process. The

artworks exhibited in the CAM Biennial range from paintings to photography,

ceramics to glass, textiles to metals and more. Exhibition funded in part by a

grant from Trust Management Services, LLC

http://www.coosart.org/cam-biennial-2014/

Plein Air Painters of the South Coast

2 Jul

 

Cam 2014 Plein Air Painters Show

 

I have three paintings showing in the Coos Art Museum’s “Plein Air Painters of the South Coast” in the Clare Wehrle Community Gallery.  This is a great opportunity for me to display my art with my painting buddies as well as regional artists that I have yet to meet.  The wonderful scenery and near perfect weather of the south coast of Oregon have made for a high concentration of  very talented plein air artists.  Coos Art Museum is very encouraging to local artists by providing this wonderfully professional space and promoting our work.

The Coos Art Museum is located at 235 Anderson Avenue, Coos Bay, Oregon, 97420.  coosart.org

Cape Arago Lighthouse

23 Apr

Cape_Arago_Lighthousesold

 

Cape Arago’s unusual rocky land structure with its many coves, inlets and rock formations gives a painterly setting for the lighthouse.  A light fog bank approaches to color the scene.

Love At First Sight Art Show

12 Apr

Face_Rock_FogFace Rock Fog by Patricia J. Cink

 

Coquille_Point_SunsetCoquille Point Sunset by Patricia J. Cink

 

“LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT”  Art works to celebrate the joys of life

Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center –Sunday April 13th – June 30. 2014

    Opening reception Sunday April 13th from 1-3 pm
     meet the artists and enjoy the  classical music of a fabulous new trio: 
     Crystal Landucci on keyboards; Kimberly Wurster on Cello; Jean Mautner on Violin
        Refreshments provided by the Hospital Auxiliary
 
       sponsored by the Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center and the Southern Coos Hospital Foundation

Face Rock Fog

2 Mar

Face_Rock_Fog

 

It is amazing how little wisps of fog can change a scene by hiding huge structures and throwing light and color around.  As we were walking Bandon’s beach at sunset, the fog moved across the Kittens and then Face Rock, changing the colors of the sunset and beach reflections.  The feeding gulls remained a constant, anchoring the scene.

Cathedral Lace

19 Feb

Cathedral_Lace

Cathedral Rock is a massive haystack formation at the base of Face Rock Lookout in Bandon, Oregon.  It is hollow with window and door openings.  The cave can be explored at low tide. This day there was a king tide with the ocean gushing through the cathedral, almost covering the beach and leaving lacy froth as the waves receded.  The clouds mimicked the pattern of the lace on the beach.  Cathedral Rock has previously been the subject of two of my watercolor paintings, Cathedral Rock Window and Cathedral Rock High Tide.  In this painting the pastels worked well to capture the lacy patterns of the scene.

Cathedral Series              Cathedral Rock Window                             Cathedral Rock High Tide

Yellow Mountain

14 Feb

Yellow_Mountain

 

The yellow gold of evening light in autumn changes the colors of those things that it touches as well as the shadows. I painted this valley last October plein air,  mid-day and was discouraged when the interesting clouds turned to rain and dulled the colors of the scene.  I repainted it recently changing the sky to yellow, suggesting higher mountains and let that set the tone for adjustments to the rest of the painting.

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