CANNON BEACH — White Bird Gallery’s newest exhibit is available virtually and by appointment at 251 N. Hemlock St.

The exhibit is on display through April 26, and features artists Robin and John Gumaelius. The couple create ceramic and mixed media sculptures.

The Gumaelius’ sculptures incorporate steel, ceramic and wood to feature human and bird-like figures. Each sculpture is an interpretation of the couple’s view of the world.

The Gumaelius’ live on the coast in Washington state.

Viewing appointments can be scheduled by calling the gallery at 503-436-2681.

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