GEARHART — April’s First Saturday Gearhart Art Walk takes place 2 to 5 p.m. April 6. Wander through town, partake of refreshments and enjoy the art of participating merchants.

A Great Gallery

576 Pacific Way

Featuring a new series of pastels by Susan Thomas titled “Tillamook Head.” This magnificent land mass rises 1,000 feet from the ocean with jagged capes and rocky islands. A perfect subject to pastel that dominates our coastline. Refreshments and, of course, chocolate will be served.

By The Way

564 Pacific Way

We jump into spring with jewelry artist Cindy Bricca. See all the designs you love and her new spring and summer line, too. Mention this ad and receive any coffee drink at 50 percent off all day Saturday. We serve delicious Sleepy Monk coffee.

Coast Gallery and Numismatics

3350 Highway 101 N., Suite D

We feature Susan Mitchell, a contemporary abstract painter, and her ‘Spring Green Garden’ pastel collection.

“Early on, my course of study and career was in photography. I am also a hiker and with each outdoor adventure I came back with hundreds of photographs, but to me, they seemed filled with too much distracting detail. With that in mind, my abstracted paintings became about taking the landscape apart and putting it back together. By controlling how much I leave out of my paintings and how I use value and color, I can convey my personal view with simplicity.”

The Natural Nook

738 Pacific Way

We represent more than 20 talented local consignment artists year-round. Stop in to see their latest endeavors. We’re open seven days a week.

Trails End Art Association

656 A St.

Featured artist Terrie Remington takes center stage with her show “The Love of Nature.” New works by other member artists are also on view. There will be a reception for Remington, who will be available to share her process and production with guests.

Remington developed her signature sculpture painting technique during her 11 years living in Spain, and was first introduced in 1967 at her gallery “Refugi d’Art” in Barcelona.

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