Angi D Wildt Gallery
Sculpture, paintings, photography, prints, & cards. PNW scenes, abstract, folk art, jewelry, gifts. Fine Art Gallery
New painting from Ron Nicolaides. So beautiful!
New photography from Terry & Nguyen Hjorten. This was the first piece to sell and it's headed to Colorado! His photos are awesome! Stop by and sift through, lots of local and coastal images are available in two sizes and several metal prints as well.
New 5" x 7" cards from Bud Egger mixed in with the cards that have been on hand. The majority of these images are also available in 12" x 18" giclee prints. Each image contains a strong narrative, art that dwells within the ephemeral realm.
Five Stages of Winter by Bill W Dodge. Very cool decor for your home. Mother nature is bringing the summer into fall and before you know it... Stop by and check out the whimsy of Bill's prints and originals. There are over 100 images in the gallery.
New from Kathy Ero.
This article was forwarded to me yesterday. For all who love Bill's work, you will enjoy this article. If you haven't seen Bill's work, check it out at the Angi D Wildt Gallery's website. .
He has over 100 images in the gallery, 4 are originals and the rest are prints of his body of work. I hear people giggling when they are surfing through the various scenes he has created. Stop by if you are in the area and view them in person.
Sunset Friday night.
September 9th, 2nd Saturday Art Walk, marks the 3rd Anniversary of moving the gallery to Astoria from Seaside. In some ways it seems like it was yesterday. Stop by and see new paintings from Ron Nicolaides, Nikole Rae Peacock, and new shadow boxes from Christine Kende.
What a sunset, with the smoke from the fires. This was taken at the entrance to the riverwalk, with Warrenton in view across the way.
Oregon Coast Beach Connection shared my video with more information about this sweet deer!
Oh Deer: Adorable Encounter on S. Washington Coast, Video | Oregon Coast Beach Connection A simple late summer visit to a Washington coast lighthouse turned into quite the nature encounter
Get into the Halloween spirit with these spooktacular Americana artist's prints from Bill W Dodge available online or in the gallery.
Halloween Americana Style by Bill W Dodge Get into the Halloween spirit with our spooktacular Americana artist prints by Bill W Dodge
Malone's abstract sculptures feature a harmonious blend of organic shapes and lines, carved and polished from wood. Their flowing contours evoke a sense of movement and energy, while the natural grain of the wood adds warmth and texture to the piece. The sculptures invite viewers to interpret the form and meaning, sparking imagination and contemplation. More sculptures are available at www.angidwildtgallery.com
Cake is art...
Can you even believe this amazing peanut butter chocolate cake Ms Lydia made for our guests tonight!? She’s a real beaut- and delicious to boot!!
If you are in need of a cake for a birthday, anniversary or just because you want to sit on the couch and eat an entire cheese cake to yourself… hit us up!! The ladies have been flexing their baking skills and are ready to crush that sweet tooth.
Love this! Lots of studios to visit this weekend.
John Willis #13 - oil painting
"Astoria is my muse. I’m after the limutas of our town—not necessarily the exact way Astoria looks, but the way it feels. The sense of it. To my initial surprise, collectors all over the country connect with images of Astoria. So there must be some universal appeal of our pretty and gritty streetscapes. But because Astoria is my favorite subject, I consider Astorians my first audience. Astorians are the authority on what Astoria feels like. So if I don’t connect with you, I’ve missed what I was after. The previewers. My mirror and test audience..."
Open Studio Tours This weekend! Take the tour around town, over 50 artists are participating.
Angi Wildt #21 - photography
When Angi D Wildt encountered her first camera in middle school, she was hooked. That set her on the adventure of capturing life’s moments. Wildt is fascinated with reflections, the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, sailing and sailboats. Ripples in the water create impressionistic styled photos, the waves on shore leave behind interesting patterns lending themselves to abstract photography. A dream of opening a gallery, that was 12 years in the making, to promote other artists that she encountered on her journey, led to an opportunity to exhibit her own photography.
Afternoon Light, Newport Harbor is an impressionistic oil painting on linen that features a sailboat with a bright red, white, and gold sail. The reflections in the water are beautiful. This is a soft and vibrant colorful image of the boats in the harbor. Dale Landrum is an Oregon artist, traveling to various locations looking for inspiring scenes to paint.
Abstract Expressionism, Mixed Media by Christine Hippeli, 16.5" x 20.5". Vibrant original paintings in black frames.
These photos were taken on the beach in Seaside, Oregon. The patterns of sand and the ocean waves are unique, interesting, and there is the color play that creates the abstract nature of the prints. Beach & Waves, Abstract Photo Series by Angi D Wildt, 12" x 18".
Salt Point Sonoma Coast by Dale Landrum was created after his most recent trip down the coast. It is vibrant, loose, abstract realism, 11" x 14". Click the link to view the entire painting.
Glass mosaic, ocean swirl, in teals & white by Suzanne Vaughan. 17" H X 8.5" X 4.25". The inward curving spiral swirl frothing and merging, suggesting the perpetual motion of water.
Kathy Ero's collection is new in the gallery. She has a lovely variety of sterling silver and copper earrings, necklaces, bracelets, pendants, and anklets, and hand tooled leather bracelets. This is an exciting new addition to the gallery.
Join us for art walk in Astoria tomorrow.
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This will be my first Astoria Open Studio Tour! Exciting!
Art walk today in Astoria! This is so fun, the new logo matches my awning and chairs. The Astoria Downtown Historic District Association (ADHDA) created these signs for us. Thank you! The block is looking festive.
New porcelain coral reef pieces by Lauren Fisher arrived this afternoon. Twomare available, roughly 7 x 10, $150 each. Check out the details in the closeups.
Calming Waters is heading across the country! Gorgeous piece by Nikole Rae Peacock, Acrylic on barnwood with driftwood from the Oregon Coast.
Storm Surge, seascape by Ron Nicolaides, new arrival, 11 x 14.
New shadow boxes by Christine Kende have arrived with waves and floral fused glass works.
New abstract wood sculptures by Malone have arrived. What do youbsee? Love the inlay and texture. More photos to come and stop by the gallery to check them out in person.
Live music today, 4 to 6 PM in the gallery, with Bette Lu Krause. Stop by and listen.
Mt Jefferson by Ron Nicolaides is available in the gallery, oil on linen, 16" x 20".
New addition to the gallery, metal art bells from a PNW artist! They are made from recycled tanks, the design is stainless steel, the bells are powder coated. Customized bells are also an optional. They come with a matching hook, depending on the color of the bell. They sound beautiful.
Love these bright beautiful flowers, check out the impasto. Need some brightness in your life on a cloudy day? 'Here Comes The Sun' by Theo. 48" by 36", $3600. https://www.angidwildtgallery.com/product-page/here-comes-the-sun-oil-painting-by-theo-1
Aaaaaaand we’re back!
After a few crazy years, Astoria’s “Old 300” is about to begin the 2023 season! Beginning March 26 and throughout spring break our trolley will be out 7 days a week and we’ll be running from the trolley barn all the way to 39th again! That’s the complete 3 mile run!
Remember, our trolley doesn’t run in the rain but we’ll just hope there isn’t much of that. Over the next few days, you may see “Old 300” on the tracks. We’re not taking on passengers during these runs. Each year, all our motormen must re-certify to operate the trolley. That’s what’s going on there.
We can’t wait to see you! Ding Ding!
Thank you Devi Wind for playing at art walk! Your sound is ethereal and wonderful!
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The Angi D Wildt Gallery offers, home trials if you would like to see the art in your home prior to purchase. I can bring multiple pieces if you are deciding size, color. Many artists offer commissioned pieces. If you are downsizing or just looking to make some changes in your decor, I also take in consigned art.
You will find a selection of beautiful works of art in various mediums: bronze, marble, glass, oil paintings, mixed media paintings, photography, sculpture, ornaments, jewelry and pottery.
Prices range from $25 to $20,000
The gallery is located on the South East side of the Historic Beacon Building, with entrances from Broadway and Avenue A.
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