“One of America’s Top 30 Coastal Arts Towns”

— US News & World Report

NW By NW GALLERY presents American Masters. Regional Artists.

Ivan Mclean’s signature sculpture “Sphere” & “ReInvention”  welcome visitors to

the gallery sculpture garden. Re-Invention was just pictured in the NY Times.

Laura O’Brien’s Contemporary Paintings of “Imaginary Neighborhoods”.

see film on site

Kent Suter “Surrealism” explored in Oil Paintings of Haystack Rock National Wildlife Refuge and Marine Garden Island Sanctuary .


Don honors those who came before us in sculpture & Oil Painting. 

The noted Warm Springs Museum, Native American Study Center for Portland State.

Projects include Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, The US Embassy in London U.K.

Heather Adamek . “Abstract Oil Paintings of a NW Nature”. Adamek won an International Competition for an Artist’s Residency in Provence France.

Kent Suter Oil Paintings of Haystack Rock explore scale and story and humor.

5 to 7 enjoy the music of Bobcat Bob on guitar. 

Sineann Winery with Patrick McELLIGOTT a wine educator and wine facilitator.

1$ admission benefits our local animal shelter . 

Northwest By Northwest Gallery gallery stable of Artists include  Christopher Burkett Master of 

Fine Art Film Photography PBS NEWSHOUR feature artist.

Georgia Gerber one of the leading Public Sculptors in America. In Cannon Beach Gebrer’s

Tufted Puffins mark the location of the Farmers Market .

In Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square 26 Sculptures and fountains define Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square. The Pike Place Pig in Seattle is one of the most beloved Public Sculptures in America. Gerber has an extensive collection of sculpture on exhibition.

Featured artists and selections include:

Master of Fine Art Film Photography, Oregon’s own Christopher Burkett (of PBS NewsHour). A collector’s selection of work by Bronze Sculptor & Public Artist Georgia Gerber—recognized as the leading Public Sculptor in America and creator of “Rachel,” the renowned Pike Place Market Pig in Seattle. Pieces by sculptor Ivan McLean, known for his Stainless Steel Spheres & Sculpture “Re-Invention.” His contemporary sculptures are featured in the Landmark Sculpture Garden on Spruce St. in Cannon Beach, outside the gallery.


Ivan McLean

“Sphere” & “Reinvention”

Laura O’Brien

Heather Adamek

Abstract Paintings of a Northwest Nature

Kent Suter “Surrealism”

Don Stastny

Geologic History of Oregon with Haystack Rock

Ivan McLean

“Red Sphere” ©Ivan McLean

From 3ft to to 30, McLean has five  massive sculptures in front of his alma mater, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, CA. “Re-Invention” & “Sphere” are signature works for the sculptor. For the City of Santa Monica, McLean created several signature Spheres.

Hazel Schlesinger

“Hidden Cove” ©Hazel Schlesinger

Hazel Schlesinger, or “Haze,” is a member of the prestigious Oil Painters of America, has been featured in Southwest Art magazine, and won the “People’s Choice” award for Plein Air Painting in Cannon Beach. She is a Cannon Beach native and has a lifelong love affair with painting the iconic Haystack Rock.

Laura O’Brien

©Laura O’Brien

Laura O’Brien is a contemporary painter and local artist. Cannon Beach’s famous Haystack Rock is a favorite subject for her work, leading to whimsical paintings of home.

“Bronze Sphere” ©Ivan McLean