Heartsong is now Dancing Coyote Gallery

Photo by Lisa Talley

Hi Bead lover’s good news I’m still making beads at the shop . Dancing Coyote is a art studio and gallery. I have work from 5 fabulous Oregon Coast Artists, plus paintings, Jewelry by yours truly.

Update on the Lincoln City Pacific Artists Co op , of which I am a member , we are having our first reception in over a year , open to the public . We are having a fundraiser for Ukraine .Personally I have been feeling helpless since this war started , so I suggested to my fellow artists to paint or photograph a sunflower , these works will be available at our reception on July 8th from 5 to 7 pm .

Pacific Artist co-op in Lincoln city’s 20 members are contributing original artworks 88% of which will go to the charity Heart to Heart International which responds to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine by transporting essential medical supplies and medicines to hospitals, clinics, and healthcare providers. They also offer medical services support to surrounding countries that host Ukrainian refugees.

Acrylic By Susan Hanson.

The Co Op is offering new art for sale at our Art Reception on July 8 from 5pm to 7pm . The Art will be displayed on a designated wall for Ukraine art where  the proceeds will go to the Heart to Heart International charity,“To get life-saving medicines and medical supplies into Ukraine to help the people impacted by this crisis.” . Many paintings & Photographs will be of the sunflower which is the national flower of Ukraine representing peace and solidarity. We hope you will join us.

Pastel by Stephanie Reitmajer

Reception at Pacific Artists co op July 8th 5pm to 7pm

Hours: 10:00am – 5:00pm   620 NE Highway 101Lincoln City, OR 97367

Call us at: (541) 557-8000Email: pacificartistsalliance@hotmail.com

Dancing Coyote in Seal rock Hours Thurs to Sat 11 am to 5pm

10343 Nw pacific coast Hwy, seal rock Oregon.

Heartsongbeads@gmail.com

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Susan P Hanson

I grew up in Newport Wales, G.B my family immigrated to Vancouver, Canada in 1966, ever since I can remember I always had a camera in my hands, so early in life photography was my art form. I always thought I would become a well know photographer, life sometimes fools us . My life led me in many different directions, for many years I did not know what I wanted to be when I grew up . In 1989 I moved to Hawaii and purchased a art supply store not knowing a thing about fine art, I began a glorious adventure . I learned how to paint with every medium made, oils, pastels , silk dyes, acrylics, watercolors, colored pencils, my favorite is watercolors. Although I loved art no one medium could capture my full attention, I was always distracted by other mediums. I love working with bright colors, which is reflected in my paintings and my present work. I was bitten by the hot glass bug in 1995, I ran a wonderful ocean front B&B in Yachats Oregon , one of my customers suggested I join her on a trip to Portland to visit Bullseye glass gallery where she was purchasing stained glass. Like a kid in a candy store, I was entranced with the colors of glass and all the wonderful creations in the gallery, I immediately purchased the torch and equipment to get started fusing and lampworking . Glass has my full attention, I have a wonderful studio/gallery across the street from the ocean, in Seal Rock Oregon , I am a full time hot glass artist / jewelry designer .

One thought on “Heartsong is now Dancing Coyote Gallery”

  1. Susan, Your glass beads and memory beads are some of the most unique that I have ever seen. The new sunflower themed paintings are terrific. Good luck with your endeavor to support the people of the Ukraine!

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