The Secret Gallery has been open for four months now. In that time, we’ve gained respect and notoriety through our focus on high quality and unusual art and events that have a story to tell. We want to expand our business to offer limited edition prints of works by artists we represent, including Jill McVarish , Kathleen Powers , Joshua […]
We just got a shipment of Secret Gallery coffee mugs! We drink a lot of coffee at the gallery and we usually even have some left over to give to our customers and visitors. Now that we have our own custom-designed coffee mugs with the Secret Gallery “Keyhole-Moon-Eye” logo, we’re also doing our part to […]
We’ve just introduced the first in a series of new shirt designs based on the work of our artists. Each design will be approved by the artist and will come in colors selected by the artist to complement their art. Our first t-shirt features the gagged “Talking Cricket” character from the original oil painting titled […]
Dave McMacken has spent over 50 years working as a graphic designer and illustrator. He got his start designing album art for Frank Zappa in the 1970s and was responsible for creating the epic covers for Zappa’s albums “200 Motels,” and for “Over-Nite Sensation,” which depicts the lonely sexual fantasies of a two-headed roadie in the […]
Several themes that keep popping up in Sam Vaughan’s work include: dark history, absurdity, nudity, people staring at potatoes, and Civil War general George Custer. He has a particular affinity for painting Custer and describes the General as “like the annoying neighbor from over the psychic fence – always stopping by and mooching a beer.” […]
The Secret Gallery hosted a dinner and art auction on August 3, 2019 for 30 guests and raised $3800 for Clatsop Animal Assistance (CAA). CAA is a non-profit animal welfare organization that supports the Clatsop County Animal Shelter by paying for veterinary care, cat litter, grooming and other supplies and by promoting the shelter’s adoption […]
The Secret Gallery’s July 2019 show titled, “Human Behavior,” will include renowned Arizona painter, Colin Chillag (@colinchillag). Colin will exhibit 24 paintings of a man named Dale Irby, a school teacher who wore the same thing for his yearbook picture for 40 years.