Artwork by Jeffrey Hull at Plein Air fest

SUBMITTED PHOTO Artist Jeffrey Hull at work. The Jeffrey Hull Gallery is celebrating its 28th year in the heart of downtown Cannon Beach. Located upstairs in Sandpiper Square, the spacious gallery features exclusively the Original Watercolors, Oils and Prints by long time resident Jeffrey Hull. As a 40-year native of the coast, JeffþÄôs artwork reflects a deep love of the ocean and the shore. His work is a masterful blend that evokes the emotions and stirs the imaginations of those visiting this beautiful place he calls home. Hull will be painting out on Saturday & Sunday in front of Sandpiper Square this year so it will be easy to stop by and have a look. He along with almost 40 other artists will be at work throughout the town and on the beach. Maps will be available. The gallery will host an artist reception in the gallery on Friday night at 5:30. Please stop by for a glass of wine.

The Jeffrey Hull Gallery is celebrating its 28th year in the heart of downtown Cannon Beach. Located upstairs in Sandpiper Square, the spacious gallery features exclusively the Original Watercolors, The exhibit features oils and prints by long time resident Jeffrey Hull. As a 40-year native of the coast, Hull’s artwork reflects a deep love of the ocean and the shore. His work is a masterful blend that evokes the emotions and stirs the imaginations of those visiting this beautiful place he calls home. Hull will be painting out on Saturday, June 27 and Sunday, June 28, in front of Sandpiper Square this year so it will be easy to stop by and have a look. He along with almost 40 other artists will be at work throughout the town and on the beach. Maps will be available.

We will host an artist reception in the gallery on Friday night, June 26, at 5:30 p.m. Guests are invited to stop by for a glass of wine. On Sunday, June 28, stop by for a snack. Hull will continue his watercolor demonstration at 1p.m.

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