Capoeman Arts is a family run artistry business that specializes in
Native American/ Coast Salish style arts. Owner Guy Capoeman, and partners, brother Jeff Capoeman and son, Cecil Capoeman, aspire to carry on the culture and heritage of our Quinault/Salish style arts.
Susan LaMadrid has always held a fascination with many forms of art her entire life. Now that she and her husband have retired to Ocean Shores,
she has discovered time to pursue watercolor painting as well as photography.
She has won awards for both her photography and her watercolors.
In her forty-five year career painting, sculpting, and creating, Jenny has worked in various mediums and under many auspices, including:
costumes in the Ashland (OR) Shakespearean Festival,
four public murals in the 1989 Washington State Centennial mural project, Celtic and tribal pieces commissioned by private patrons,
fiber and pottery work featured in Hoquiam’s Six Rivers Gallery, and numerous privately-commissioned pieces in various mediums. Today her current focuses include commissioned portraits, pen and ink or watercolor of natural fauna, en plein air sessions, still life, and signpainting.
Anthony Robinson began his sculpting career by carving the figures of a wolf and a heron into a piece of driftwood he had originally planned to use for displaying his jewelry. But bigger things were to come. “One day I was walking on the beach and found a large piece of driftwood. I wanted to carve it into a wolf,” he says. “I bought a chainsaw, took it to the beach and started carving. I made a gigantic mess.” However, the fire had been lit. Uitto gave him a piece of driftwood from which he created an image of wild horses titled “Hurricane.”
Robinson views his new creative life as a quest which began when he was 40. “You need three things to be an artist – a gift, ambition and desire,” he states. Robinson’s new career soon became a consuming passion. Looking for the perfect site for his work, he moved to Copalis Crossing, where he now operates under the name of Native Beach Accessories. His display of large dramatic chainsaw carvings is impossible to miss.
Carol Deutsch is an award-winning mosaic artist who’s durable,
dazzling garden rocks are available at select shows in the Northwest and online. Over the years, multiple requests from delighted purchasers of her Dragonfly Rocks led to the creation of a whole range of enchanting designs including hummingbirds, ladybugs, hearts, butterflies, and the list just keeps growing . Her latest creation is the Dragonfly Rocks Online Class, where she will guide you in designing your own gorgeous pieces!
She creates her rocks in her home studio, inspired by the ever-changing brilliant colors of her garden.
Anne Gordon is a part-time Ocean Shores resident who is blending her diverse interests as artist, musician, photographer, and writer with technology.
The result is unique commercial products and aesthetic renderings.
Forest Floor Creations was established as a business in July 2015.
Artisan woodworker Keith Hoffman has produced intricate forest motifs, leaves, landscapes, animals, and Native American themes.
They are cut and inlaid with precision and beautifully finished, crafted from different kinds of wood and from burl. They are the work of a master artisan who loves the forest and who loves wood.
Not only does Amanda create stunning works of art, but she also takes nearly all of the photos that she uses for reference. Since she lives out of town she’s able to capture the beautiful moments of nature with her camera.
She also does this while traveling. Because of this, all of her wildlife paintings feature the authentic wildlife of the Pacific Northwest.
Custom fabrication, handcrafted art work, and mobile welding.
Certified WABO welder for your commercial needs.
With seven welding certifications, he has established himself as an “all position welder,” which is partly why Jones’ welding art is so delightfully surprising. Scott Jones welds together delicate sculptures, signs, decals,
and the like. Each piece is unique, hand-designed, and a reflection of
the softer edges of the artist.
Turning Circles was formed through years of re-discovering an ancient craft and developing the tools to draft and draw upon the earth. From a hobby to a business, we now teach geometry & art with fun, active, yet simple methods.
Driving through downtown Aberdeen it is impossible not to spot the
beautiful creations and murals done by Douglas Orr.
Not only is Douglas a fabulous artist but he is also the
Director/Curator of the Aberdeen Art Center.
Based out of Grays Harbor, Artist Amanda Pomeroy creates stunning
colorful pieces and private commissions. Amanda now works out of her home studio after the recent closure of the Renegade Red Studio and Gallery.
View her artwork on the website:
Faramus’ paintings are rich in color and creativity, leaving the viewer’s imagination to create a story. When it comes to inspiration, he finds it in everything: movies, catalogs, photographs and a combination of many media. In his process, he experiments with several different painting techniques and color schemes, using many different aides to assist him in the process.
Nancy's previous experience in the arts has centered mostly around fiber art and jewelry, but has shifted to chasing and repousse in the last fifteen months. She works in both copper an brass, but prefers copper, as it is more pliable.
Nancy is fascinated with the historical aspects of this art and its cuttent resurgence, and hopes her art sparks an interest in others. Inspiration for her current work comes from vintage illustrations, but as with life,
it is an ever changing process.
Erik Sandgren is a painter and printmaker long associated with the arts in the Pacific Northwest. He works in many media – responding to the water, landforms, skies and figures in the landscapes of his travels and with special emphasis on the ocean, rivers and mountains of the Pacific Northwest.
Irene Richardson is a local artist and her store has been providing quality glass art supplies and quality old fashioned glass art customer service since 2002. Supplying but not limited to stained glass, fusible glass, coe 96,
System 96 and so much more.
The purpose of artwork, in my eyes, is to pick pieces of reality and imagination out the artist’s mind to put them into focus in such a way as to have one look a bit longer than usual in order to let it reach the consciousness, which is where everybody then makes something different out of it. I hope that others will admire these pieces of my reality and imagination with the result of it inspiring them to expand their horizons, try something new, do something crazy, and continue to improve themselves.
Mark Vincent is an artist who makes his home on the beautiful Pacific Northwest Coast in the small town of Hoquiam, Grays Harbor County, Washington.
Mark lived in the Netherlands for 12 years. He studied art in Eindhoven and later as an apprentice in the studio of Dutch abstract artist Henk Brokke in Aarle-Rixtel. Henk was Mark's mentor to whom he feels deeply indebted. Mark studied drawing, painting and printmaking as well as many media of sculpture, including restoration stone carving.
Currently, Mark focuses on oil pastels, mostly still lives and Pacific Northwest landscapes. Mark’s interests and influences range from early western Christian art , Byzantine mosaics and Georgian icons to 17th century Dutch masters, especially Jan Vermeer. He then skips to the modern era, the post-impressionists, Van Gogh and Cezanne, the later Braque, Modigliani portraits.
American watercolorist and landscape expressionist John Marin holds a peculiar fascination with him, as do, in contrast, the abstract paintings of Mark Rothko. He feels most at home with the simple still lives and landscapes of the Italian painter Giorgio Morandi whom he fell in love with four decades ago. All in all, Mark has mellowed into what he calls a" reclusive neo-traditionalist", and, like Tigger, he is the only one! View and purchase Mark's art at: