MANZANITA — The Hoffman Center for the Arts Gallery, 594 Laneda Avenue, seeks artists to participate in an upcoming “Green Piece” show.

The show will happen in January. This is the Hoffman Center’s fourth year celebrating creativity and community with a color art show at the beginning of the year. This event demonstrates the wide range of imagination and skills of the people who live here.

Tillamook and Clatsop county artists of all mediums are invited to participate. The theme this year is the color green, featuring a wide variety of art forms inspired by the color green and created by the community of North Coast artists from Astoria to Tillamook. Art includes ceramics, collage, fiber, drawing, painting, photography and sculpture.

One piece of art is due by Thursday, Jan. 2, submitted between 2 to 4 p.m. Art must include the color green. Artists must prepare artwork for easy and secure hanging or display using professional art hanging hardware. The goal is to display at least one piece of art per person as determined by space.

To kick off the show and celebrate the grand re-opening of the Hoffman Center, there will be an artist’s reception on Saturday, Jan. 4 from 2 to 4 p.m. with refreshments and good cheer. This event is free and the public is invited to attend, enjoy the gallery and view the building’s repairs and renovations.

The show, “Green Piece,” will continue every weekend through Feb. 2. Items will be offered for sale with 70% commission to the artist and the remainder to the Hoffman Center for the Arts.

For more information on this and other gallery shows, email or visit

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