Every city has it’s own vibe…it’s own personality. Quirky or laid back, rainy or colorful, mellow or pulsating. Do you have fond memories of a vacation to one of the iconic cities of the Pacific Northwest? You can add a little artwork to your home to remind you it may be time return. Perhaps you are a local and love where you live. Show off your home pride with some fun artwork brighten your home or office.
Portland is the bicycle capitol of the United States. They love their bikes which makes this piece so perfect. This multi media artwork is by Leslie DeRose and is available on Etsy.com
Bend is the hippest place to be year-round if you’re an REI-love-the-outdoors-and-my-beer type of person. This graphic piece is by Albiedesigns and is available on Etsy.com
A graphic abstract piece showing the skyline of Eugene and Autzen Stadium is perfect in the U of O Duck’s green and yellow school colors. By PaperFinchDesigns on Etsy.com
San Juan Island
To put you in a mellow mood, this beautiful watercolor print by Laura Hansen, an artist from Bellingham, WA, shows the views of Mt. Baker from the small towns of the San Juan Islands. Available from her shop on Etsy.com
Seattle has a reputation for being rainy – whether you believe it or not is up to you. Seattle rain by Kendra Baird Runnels available on Etsy.com
Spokane is a colorful and vibrant city with plenty of iconic images. This art print by Stephanie Birdsong is available on Etsy.com
To remind you of those glorious sunsets on the Oregon coast, this work of the Wreck of the Peter Iredale on the beach outside Astoria, Oregon by local artist Stacy Kuning is available on Etsy.com
You can almost hear the Pacific Ocean waves roll onto the beach below the Bandon Dunes. This print by Frank Giordano is available on Etsy.com
The iconic image of the Oregon coastline that thrills visitors and locals alike. Every time you see views like this, you just have to say “wow.” This beautiful work is by Oregon artist Scott Vaughan and prints are available on Etsy.com
You may also enjoy more artwork portraying the beauty of the Pacific Northwest on this earlier post: The Art of Travel
There are also many art festivals year-round to keep your eye open for on our Event Calendar:
Please note we do not receive any compensation for showcasing these artworks. I just chose ones I particularly enjoyed….