Brumfield Gallery was established by Jane & Mike Brumfield in 2020. Jane & Mike Brumfield have had galleries in Boise, Idaho and Hastings, England, before settling on the Oregon Coast. Prior to this Jane had a 20-year career curating for small regional museums in the South of England.
In June 2022, the Brumfields sold the gallery to Joseph Clayton. Joe owns Bronze Coast Gallery in Cannon Beach and was happy to add Brumfield Gallery to his business portfolio and gallery family. He has employed Jane Brumfield to manage both galleries, and she will remain the curator for Brumfield Gallery. Joe has an extensive background in marketing and business development, in addition to being an enthusiastic art collector.
They have established ongoing relationships with artists and collectors, with the aim of providing a supportive and welcoming environment where the appreciation and creation of new work can flourish. Their selections are informed by their own taste, so they recognize that their success is based on the coming together of like minds. They hope you like the way they think.
They choose work that is engaging on an emotional level – work that speaks to the complicated nature of the human condition. They are often asked to categorize the kind of art they show, and find that difficult. It borders surrealism, symbolism, and fantasy, but they do not see these boxes as being relevant. It is perhaps better likened to the literary tradition of magic realism. It questions what we perceive as real and shows that there is only a thin veil between that reality and the imagined world. The work is born from authentic human experience and from a particular individual’s perspective. And then sometimes… they might show work just because they like it.
We provide the tools, work space and education to inspire creativity and making. Our business model includes an artist studio collective, retail space, in-house design and fabrication services, classes, lectures, and membership access to our multi-trade workshop.
Imogen Gallery exhibits contemporary works by accomplished international artists and local emerging talent. Represented artists all share the common thread of passion and professionalism for what they do which translates to original and compelling style.
The "wowest" custom picture framing, the best selection of cards in the land and other cool gift items. Really
We specialize in custom picture framing with 35 years of experience. We love our customers and they love us. We frame everything! We also host the best eclectic mix of greeting cards around, at least on the North Coast. Stop by sometime.
Established in 1989.
Old Town Framing Company began in Astoria, located on the northwest end of the business district and now sits in the hear of historic downtown Astoria between 12th and 14th on Commercial. If you cannot find parking in front of the store, check out the public parking lot on Duane and 12th.
Since 1997, RiverSea Gallery has been at the heart of the vibrant arts scene in Astoria and a showcase for outstanding Northwest artists.
Discover original art and fine craft in a collection curated for creativity, design and spirit. The expansive exhibit space features artwork in a variety of mediums, including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, woodworking, ceramics, glass, textile arts and furniture. One section is devoted to an impressive selection of jewelry by noted Northwest and national designers, with an emphasis on exquisitely crafted, one-of-a-kind work.
Monthly exhibitions feature individual artists or themed group shows, with opening receptions during Second Saturday Artwalk.
An eclectic, non-traditional art gallery, a gift shop featuring hand-made goods from local artists and artisans, and a rock shop featuring rough and polished stones and gems collected or prospected by local jewelers.
A perfect place to find the perfect piece of art to complement your home or give as a gift. A unique gift shop with one-of-a-kind items for that hard to buy for person. A source for rough and polished stones and gems along with jewelry made by the jewelers that source the stones.
Custom embroidery for clothing and home accessories also available. Classes on upcycling clothing, making art quilts, and jewelry making will start once the pandemic restrictions are lifted.