North Coast Seed Studios Annual Open House

This will be our studio’s quinquennial participation in the annual hoorah at the Seed Building that always sets Summer off. We will be exhibiting new works, prints and some new work from David Rice, our trusted and valued studio assistant.

Like previous years we will be holding some raffles for visitors. Returning this year is Zephania Shepard of Proletariat Butchery. He was a hit last year showcasing his old world style of preserving meat and the magnetizing demos.

New this year! We have the honor of hosting Albert Stern. A Denver, CO resident who will be doing a live painting session of his mesmerizing monoprint style of art, finger painting and imaginative faces. In addition, local Banjo phenomenon Orion Rises, will be around in the studio and hallways, giving you all some good time Appalachian finger pluckin.

Looking forward to seeing all you regulars and new faces!



Kick off summer at the big annual fine art & craft sale and art-a-palooza!

Join 50+ artists and commercial creatives in this historical building as they open their studios to the public in this once-a-year event. Meet working artists, tour spaces, learn techniques, multi-floor building down by Portland’s eastside waterfront.

During last years event, we estimated over 800 people attended during the course of 6 hours. We hope to see all you familiar faces and new ones!

This year’s event—started in the 1990’s—will feature work from both established and rising artists: painting (oil, acrylic, watercolor, encaustic and other), photography, glass, design, mixed media, woodwork, ceramics, apparel, printmaking, sculpture, film, installation, architecture, performance and much more. Enjoy live music, food, beverage, door prizes with some surprises on each building floor as well.

Open House + Art Show & Sell

North Coast Seed Bldg Studios

4-10pm  –   Saturday June 28th   –  18th Year

2127 N. Albina Ave., 97227
(between Widmer Brothers and Rose Garden off Interstate in the NOPO Junction neighborhood)

This is a free and family-friendly event.

— On the Interstate Yellow MAX Line, Albina/Mississippi Station
— Free parking



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