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Meet The Artists
Alice makes crocheted metal necklaces intertwined with colorful beads and stones and matching earrings. Her jewelry is delicate-looking but durable and stunning to wear. Alice also dyes beautiful silk scarves with intricate lace on the ends.
Amy paints scenes from Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz with a quirky twist. Her art is printed on vibrant infused aluminum. Colorful and witty, one of her pieces is titled, "Nowhere To Go But Everywhere. To Heck with Kansas & The Emerald City."
Hailing from Idaho, Andy is a watercolorist with a twist. From what one can see from his art, Andy loves to get outdoors and flyfish, all while holding a fondness for Volkswagens. A notable painting of his consists of a beautiful woman fishing the Methow River.
Ataraxia Designs makes creations out of clay that points at different parts of our daily lives, drives concepts that expand the mind, and sparks ideas that allow individuals to laugh, or to share, aspects of life that are not only helpful, but necessary.
Owner of Shadowfax Jewelry, Barbara lives and works on the South end of Whidbey Island. Intricate and beautiful, Barb's style is fabricated jewelry with natural themes. Vines and branches capture gems or pearls and hold them in pleasing original settings. Barb has been handcrafting jewelry for nearly 50 years.
Originally from Bend, Oregon, Bart has visited our area and completed a couple of locally inspired paintings. Bart's work is wildly colorful, varied, and fun, often making people laugh.
Owner of Ishler Pottery and Oak Harbor, Washington resident, Dan Ishler, is a lifetime potter and bowler. Among his collection are coffee mugs with sturdy handles, each with a great place to put your thumb.
Newly moved to sunny Arizona, Debbie — owner of Debbie Dean Pottery — constructs creative mugs, spoon jars, and platters, each displaying hand drawn designs featuring horses, dogs in pickup trucks, donkeys, and more.
Owner of Two Dog Studio, Eileen is an amazing creative artist. She shows off her intricate drawings through colored pencils. As one of our featured artists, we carry a body of her thought-provoking and fun work. Eileen hails from Poulsbo.
Sandra Erickson Wright lives in Georgia, painting pictures that are bound to make gallery visitors laugh. Her paintings portray cows, chickens, and other farm animals hanging about, complete with a funny quote.
Otherwise known as Luv On The Rocks, Laurie creates locally produced silver jewelry, consisting of varying shape, size, and colors.
Known as Pilgrimage Pottery, Marcia hails from Langley, Washington, on beautiful Whidbey Island. Marcia is a massage therapist as well as an amazing massager of clay. She makes functional artistic creations that are embedded with fantastic textures, colors, and designs.
Rick and Louann crafts kalimbas — a small, musical instrument — out of hard shell gourds the duo grow at their home in Southern Oregon. Enjoyed by everyone, the artists' kalimbas consist of two octaves made of tempered spring steel keys that can be tuned to major, minor, and pentatonic scales.
Hailing from Langley on the South end of Whidbey Island, Rob is a Dutch painter who brings surreal and memorable images to life. The nature-centric artist creates paintings not easily forgotten.
The Port Townsend resident paints animal art that is both technical and beautiful. Sandy builds her own frames and wood blocks, combining painting and woodworking together.
Simona, otherwise known as the Petal Connection, fashions delicate butterfly-winged jewelry. The Kingston, Washington resident harvests butterfly wings once their 14 day lives are spent. Mother nature creates their stunning colors and patterns, which Simona then shapes into lightweight durable earrings and necklaces.
Scott molds bronze castings complete with aspects of this Earth and beyond; from aliens in a flying saucer, to a rocket ship bank and astronauts, and to animals such as horses and bears.
Sue produces coasters with animals on them; including horses, eagles, foxes, and other birds of prey. Multi-colored and vibrant, her coasters are bound to lighten up your living room coffee table.
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