Local Galleries and Makers

Explore Northern Oregon's vibrant art scene by visiting local galleries, studios, and craft markets. Meet talented artisans and witness unique artistic methods like Block Printing, Nature Printing, Suminagashi (the Japanese process of marbling plain paper with water and ink), and basket weaving. Whether participating in hands-on workshops or simply admiring the creative mastery, discover the distinctive and colorful soul of Northern Oregon.

handwoven basket

4th Street Studio and Gallery

Located in Manzanita on Oregon's north Pacific Coast, 4th Street Studio and Gallery, at 125 North 4th Street, showcases the talent of local and regional artists. For two decades, it has offered a dynamic array of art, changing with each season.

Owner and artist Kathleen Kanas displays her handwoven baskets alongside a diverse collection of mediums, including oil paintings, cedar carvings, black and white photography, stained glass panels, ceramics, and jewelry.

Visitors to the gallery will encounter landscapes of the Pacific coastline, coastal forests, rivers, and towns, as well as depictions of regional wildlife and flora. The gallery's offerings range in size from miniature oils to intricate baskets, providing something for every art lover and collector.

block printing

Burkhardt Gallery

Sculptor, painter, and printmaker Marilyn Burkhardt has been living and working in Oregon for years. With her primary focus and inspiration coming from animals and nature, she works in myriad media to create her one-of-a-kind pieces. 

Her fine art gallery is located in Cloverdale, and you can contact Marilyn for a schedule of on-site workshops she offers in her areas of expertise. 

To learn more about her work, visit her website here.