Trail's End Art Association, studio and gallery for artists on the north coast since 1950, we are the longest active art association in the region. We provide classes and workshops, monthly gallery shows, special events, and we sell giclees, greeting cards, and handmade gift items created exclusively by our member artists. New members are warmly welcomed!
October 1 Saturday ArtWalk & Artists' Reception 2-5 pm
October 3, 10, 17, 24 Mondays Drawing Group
meets 10 am-3 pm
October 4, 11, 18, 25 Tuesdays Pastel Group
meets 10 am-3 pm
October 5, 12, 19, 26 Wednesdays Watercolor Group
meets 11 am-3 pm
October 6, 13, 20, 27 "Classical and Futuristic Art"
with Shirley Dahlsten meets Thursdays 10 am-1 pm
Artists who have worked with Shirley Dahlsten know how exciting and inspiring she is. Shirley returns to challenge artists in various painting media as she continues this series. Chosen media can include watercolors, oil, acrylics, pastels, and collage. The main focus will be to invite beginners and professionals to dive into new areas of creative adventure. The class will run for 10 weeks at a cost of $65 per participant. The fee does not include materials. A limited number of scholarships are available. For more information, contact Shirley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-325-1514.
October 7 Friday Board Meeting 10 am-11:30 am October 16 Sunday Open Studio Lantern & Shadow Puppet class with Kathy Karbo for families...free!
meets 12-2 pm October 30 and 31 Sunday and Monday Intake for
classes and workshops
Member artists and non-member artists! If you would like to teach a class or workshop at the Trail's End Art Center, we'd like to hear about it. Use this Form to make your proposal.
Studio time for making art together is one of TEAA's most popular features. Non-members may now participate for a fee of $5 per session. All work is self-directed.
Group members bring their own supplies, a lunch or snack, and
work as long as they like, sharing ideas and encouragement. You are welcome to join the following groups.
Drawing Group/Open Studio
Meeting time is 10 am-3 pm every Monday
For anyone beginner to pro; drawing with graphite, marker, and colored pencil
Or any other member-artists who want to use the studio space.
Contact: Judi Marsh-Garrity at 541-419-5869
Meeting time is 10 am-3 pm every Tuesday.
Contact: Kathy Moberg at 503-738-6653
This group is for Intermediate and Advanced levels.
Meeting time is 11 am-3 pm every Wednesday.
Contact: Suzanne King at 503-298-1551.
board of directors
2016 dates to remember
November Show October 30/31
December Show: Happy Holidays! November 27/28
MEETING DATES AND TIMES
October 7 Board Meeting 10-12
November 11 Board Meeting 10-12
December 9 Board Meeting 10-12
December 9 General Meeting & Potluck 12-2
October's Members' Show features Richard Newman's "Photography on Metal"
A wine and cheese Artists' Reception in conjunction with Gearhart ArtWalk will be held on Saturday, October 1, from 2-5 pm to mark the opening of this show.
Richard Newman is the featured artist for October at Trail’s End Art Gallery in Gearhart. His work titled “Photography on Metal,” will include his most recent photos printed on aluminum. Along with other members’ work, the show will be open through the month of October. The public is welcome to browse the gallery featuring all-new monthly exhibits of oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, photography, collage, cards and gifts. The gallery is open 11-3 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.
Newman grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and now lives in Beaverton and Gearhart, Oregon. As a kid growing up, he always loved the photographs in Life magazine. These pictures reached out from all parts of the world and showed both the beauty in landscapes as well as the reality of life. The one person Richard admired the most was Ansel Adams who exclusively worked in Black and White and took scenic photographs of the Western United States.
In high school and college Newman was a photographer for his newspaper and year book. In his senior year of high school he was the Assistant Photographer for the City of Cleveland and learned the fine art of photography and darkroom applications. After graduating from college, he entered the business world in fabric and design as a store manager, consultant and sales manager. His love of photography never faded and when the digital age of photography started, he traded in his old 35mm camera. He currently uses a Nikon 810 with various lenses to capture his photographs and Apple computer to catalog and artfully compose them.
Richard especially likes to take pictures of landscapes, nature, sports and historical objects. He is fascinated in the various textures that nature has provided allowing him to bring these objects to print. He uses various types of media to show the details of his work. Currently, Richard enjoys using aluminum, glass and wood to enhance the composition of his work for people to enjoy! "Photography is not a job for me, it is a passion for capturing memories.”
Richard has been to Europe ten times and visited 29 countries, providing the settings for some of his best photographs. In addition, he travels the entire western United States taking pictures while he enjoys the outdoors and nature. Once photographed, all of his finishing work is done on his computer in Beaverton.
Currently, Richard is the President of Trail’s Ends Art Association. His Photograph of a DC3 on aluminum received first place in the annual judged show in 2016. His photographs are hung in various coffee shops in Beaverton, and he has developed his own website located at www.window-to-the-world-photography.com. His photographs of the Bridge of Sighs and the Leaning Tower of Pisa in black and white were sold to ABC television and used on the Criminal Minds TV show. In addition, his photographs are also offered on Etsy under the shop Newman48.
When asked what he likes best about his work, Newman had several thoughts. “What I try to do is capture the images in an artistic way by composition or by enhancing them on the computer to offer a new perspective. Photography has moved from just taking the family pictures to that of an art form using a camera and a lens like an artist uses a pallet and brush. It is the individual who has the eye to compose the art work so others may enjoy their efforts.”
Plan to come on Saturday, October 1, and ask Richard questions you might have about how he develops his photography. The Trail’s End Gallery is located at 656 A Street, in Gearhart, Oregon. New members are always welcome. Call 503-717-9458 for more information.
Photos, below, of the TEAA September Show, courtesy of Debbie Loyd
Coming featured artists
October, Richard Newman November, Gheri Fouts
December, HAPPY HOLIDAYS themed show