Welcome to RiverSea Gallery!

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    Discover the Creative Spirit of the Northwest

    Original Art      Fine Craft      Artisan Jewelry 

    This destination gallery on Oregon’s north coast presents original art and fine craft by established artists of regional and national recognition, and emerging artists of note, in a collection curated for creativity, design and spirit.

    The 3500 square feet of exhibit space is arranged as a series of small galleries featuring represented artists working in a variety of mediums, including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, art glass, woodworking, ceramics, textile arts and furniture. One section is devoted to an outstanding selection of artisan jewelry by Northwest and national designers, with an emphasis on one-of-a-kind work ranging from precious metals to playful materials, gemstones to fun stones.

    Monthly exhibitions feature individual artists or themed group shows in the central exhibition gallery. In addition, a smaller show is presented each month in the more intimate Alcove space. Show openings are celebrated during Astoria's monthly Second Saturday Artwalk, and include refreshments and often, live music. Artists on Sundays is an occasional series of artist talks and demonstrations designed to encourage interaction with artists in a casual setting. Throughout the year the gallery hosts special events tied to the creativity and spirit of the region.

    Since 1997, RiverSea Gallery has been at the heart of the vibrant arts scene in Astoria, Oregon, a historic town where the Columbia meets the Pacific. The gallery is located in a 1920’s storefront in the downtown historic district, within strolling distance of restaurants, theaters, hotels, boutiques, museums and other galleries.