Save the Date: Cannon Beach Stormy Weather Arts Festival November 5-7, 2021

For 34 years, the Stormy Weather Arts Festival on the first weekend in November has been one of Cannon Beach’s most popular events. You can immerse yourself in the creative culture that has long been a part of this community recognized as one of the 100 best art towns in America. The weekend offers musical performances and gallery events with the opportunity to meet renowned artists, see their latest works or watch them demonstrate their techniques.

Enjoy a variety of safe gatherings, artist demonstrations, paint classes, and catch free live musical performances with regional musicians at outdoor venues throughout the town.

Cannon Beach is home to over a dozen art galleries. Many of their most successful national and regional artists, as well as prominent local artists, will be showcased during the festival.

Check the Chamber website www.cannonbeach.org/swaf and follow us on Facebook @StormyWeatherArtsFestival for the latest updates on weekend events.

Featured artwork (above) — Randall David Tipton had his first solo show at White Bird Gallery in 1987, over the past 30 years the artist has developed a highly original painting style that stems from improvisation within the familiar. The long-time Portland artist uses landscape as a guiding orientation in his paintings, creating scenes based on the artist’s experiences in various places he has visited. 

Randall David Tipton works in both oil and water media. He studied under Richard Diebenkorn in 1985 in the master’s class at the Santa Fe Institute of Fine Art. His work is included in several prominent collections such as the U.S. Embassy in El Salvador and Newsweek. His work is featured at the White Bird Gallery in Cannon Beach. 

Event URL: www.cannonbeach.org/swaf 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/StormyWeatherArtsFestival

For the full list of galleries and their event details visit www.cbgallerygroup.com 

“Cannon Beach is committed to the continued health and safety of everyone in our community” 

In an effort to continue the Stormy Weather Arts Festival and respect the safety & well-being of all our attendees every measure is being made to have a safe event. 

Contact Information: 
Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce 
Jim Paino 
PO Box 64 | 207 North Spruce Street 
Cannon Beach, Oregon 97110 

www.cannonbeach.org | jim@cannonbeach.org 

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