Trail's End Art Association
We are the longest active art association on the Oregon Coast. We provide
classes and workshops, monthly gallery shows, a gift shop, and special events.
New members are warmly welcomed!

Contact Us & Directions

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Visit Our Gallery
Paintings,Jewelry,Cards and Other Gifts are Available for Purchase. We are at 656 A Street in Gearhart, Oregon and open Wed - Sun.
Winter hrs 11-4 and Summer hours 11-5 website from the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts 
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What's New  

September 28-29 Pick up Art and Leave October Art
October 1 Board Meeting 12:30pm
October 4 ArtWalk 2-5pm Joanne Jambor Featured
October 26-27 Pick up Art and Leave November Holiday Art
November 1 Special Holiday Art Sale, items by members and non-members. More information to follow

Annual Calendar 2014 Here

Trail's End Presents Don Andrews
Watercolor Landscapes
August 17-21, 2015 Registration now open

TEAA Classes And Art Groups
Art Groups usually have small donations to TEAA, and classes have a small tuition.

Mondays After Schhol Art Program TBA
Tuesdays-Pastel Studio 10-3,
Join in at any time. Wednesdays-Watercolor Group 10-noon Workshops, 12:30-3:30 Watercolor Studio.Join in at any time
Thursdays-Painting: Classical and Futuristic II. Shirley Dalsten. 10 weeks, beginning Oct 9.$60

Donations are Tax Deductible and eligible for recipients of the Oregon Trust Tax Credit
September Gallery Show
Mary Ann Gantenbein Featured
Show Photographs by Debbie Loyd

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A hello to this Summer's Kids camp students who made a request to know more about the People's Choice Award voting at the Annual Juried Show.
The award went to:
Debbie Loyd, Ugandan Woman

A close second was Kitty Paino's
Gable's Cakestand II (the Pears)
Debbie Loyd - Ugandan Woman
Our Gratitude to Oregon Cultural Trust
Thank you Oregon Cultural Trust for the generous preservation grant to helprestore our historical building. This project is supported in part by a grant from Oregon Cultural Trust: Oregonians sustaining, developing and participating in our arts, heritage and humanities.