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Silver Heron Gallery presents Spring Cleaning Benefit

Posted: Friday, Mar 15th, 2013

“Oregon Beachside” is an oil painting on canvas by artist Cecy Turner. Her landscapes and portraits will be available during the Spring Cleaning Benefit at the Silver Heron Gallery at 15 SE Spring St. in Depoe Bay. (Courtesy photo)

As spring replaces winter on the Oregon coast, the Silver Heron Gallery in Depoe Bay joins with others in their annual spring cleaning with a special event beginning today (Friday) and continuing through Monday, April 15. All selected items with be marked down 20 to 40 percent.

Original landscapes and portraits by Cecy Turner, one-of-a-kind rock sculptures and fusion pieces by Cole Black, glass art by Robin Evans and Paladino-Hansen, and raku pottery by Jon Oaks are but a few of the deals available at a fraction of their original price. Special savings have also been applied to Oregon sunstone jewelry for this seasonal event, and a portion of all net proceeds from the entire sale are earmarked to benefit Matt Paulsen, the son of local Lincoln County business owners, Rob and Pattie Long.

Rob and Pattie have owned the Chowder Bowl Restaurant in downtown Depoe Bay for the past 10 years, and the 60s Café in Lincoln City for seven years. Between the two restaurants, the Longs employ 30 local citizens. Their son, Matt, was recently diagnosed with two different types of deadly leukemia (ALM and ALL), and is being treated at OHSU’s Knight Cancer Institute.

For the complete article see the 03-15-2013 issue.

Click here to purchase an electronic version of the 03-15-2013 paper.

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