Art at Lighthouse

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Nancy O'Connell

December 2016

I love working with tools. I have a passion for rusty junk and have a staggering collection of old tins. This assortment, using recycled vintage metal, wood and an occasional found object, is titled: Lovely Bugs, Nautical Souvenirs and Watchful Eyes. It was inspired by the diverse colors and forms found in butterflies, moths and insects. The traditions and symbology of vintage sailor’s tattoos, and a curiosity of the mystical world

Phil Keane

June 2015

I picked up my pens and pencils again about 3 years ago after a very long absence. I like to draw and doodle. And I like to share. So here you are some of the results. I hope you enjoy them. Phil

*My shadowbox frames are purchased at local thrift shops and refurbed and repainted and reused.

Rebecca Giordano

January 2018

Rebecca Giordano artist from Seattle, currently living in Portland, Oregon studying to obtain her BFA with a focus in printmaking.

The premise of my artwork is self-portraiture and a how one can find identity within location. Be it a physical representation, images generated from memory or the surrounding elements of the PNW, it is a window into my identity as an artist, dreamer and member of a community. My aim is to invoke the same nostalgic state inside others as inside myself.

My website is