35th Annual Stormy Weather Arts Festival: November 4, 5 & 6

©Ann Fleming, Ann Fleming is a Figurative/Narrative Sculptor. This bronze 
is named “Midori Spring.” It is a signature work for the sculptor. This sculpture has been made into a Public Sculpture. 

In Celebration of our 35th Stormy Weather Arts Festival, we’re presenting extensive exhibitions by NW By NW GALLERY artists.

Friday November 4

2pm to 5pm

Bronze Sculptor Ann Fleming explores the Myths & Legends of the World &  Our Lives in her figurative sculptures. “Midori” signature Public Sculpture,  “Wild Hare,” & “Mending.”

Don Stastny, Bronze Sculptor & Architect, honors Native culture and those who came before us through  sculpture, painting & architecture. Don is the architect for the Warm Springs Museum and the Native American Study Center for Portland State. He is also an American Fellow of Architecture.

 2pm to 4pm

Hazel Schlesinger, Festival Award-Winning Painter with numerous People’s Choice Awards & publications.

“HARRO” Mixed Media honoring Salmon & the Natural World Earth and  Ocean Ceramics.


Saturday Artists

12pm to 3pm

Don Stastny, Bronze Sculptor & Architect, honors Native culture and those who came before us through  sculpture, painting & architecture. Don is the architect for the Warm Springs Museum and the Native American Study Center for Portland State. He is also an American Fellow of Architecture.

2pm to 4pm

Hazel Schlesinger, a festival favorite. Numerous publications and People’s Choice Awards for her Paintings of the Natural World. Look for Hazel’s paintings in movies & TV Series.

Laura O’Brien, Contemporary Paintings of distinction. Haystack Rock & Paintings of Imaginary Neighborhoods. Earth & Ocean Ceramics.

Ann Fleming, signature works include “Mama Bear” & “Of Wind & Sea.” From Clay to Bronze. A Sculptor’s Vision.

“HARRO” Mixed Media honoring Salmon & The Natural World.


Other Featured Artists

New Bronze Collection of Georgia Gerber, known for her “Tufted Puffins” as part of the Public Art Collection in Cannon Beach. “Rachel the Pig” is known internationally as a landmark for Seattle. This Piggy is a current fundraiser, thanks to the Nordstrom Family, to benefit The Pike Place Market Foundation for Women & Children.

Ivan McLean Sculpture featured in the gallery garden on Spruce Street. World Trade Center in Los Angeles. First Place Winner – International Competition Newport Beach Sculpture Park. “Sphere” and “Re-Invention” are  signature works. Stone & Marble Sculpture. Contemporary. McLean’s Sculpture “Re-Invention” & “Sphere” welcome visitors to NW By NW GALLERY.

Christopher Burkett, Master of Film Fine Art Photography on exhibition. PBS NEWSHOUR Featured Artist. Extensive Exhibition.

Kiln-Formed Glass Paintings by Angelita Surmon.

Collection of the Portland Art Museum Cannon Beach Rocks Furniture for Function & Form.