We are excited to be participating in several great events in 2022. Please come visit us!
BEST OF THE NORTHWEST SPRING SHOW – Saturday April 23 and Sunday April 24. Held in Hangar 30 at Magnuson Park in Seattle, this event features a wide variety of talented artists at Seattle’s premier art and fine craft show. Check out their website at https://nwartalliance.org/nwaa-events/best-of-the-northwest-spring-show
SORTICULTURE: EVERETT’S GARDEN AND ARTS FESTIVAL – Friday June 10th through Sunday June 12th. Hosted in the seaside city of Everett, this outdoor festival is an amazing event for shoppers on the prowl for garden art, local plants & flowers and other handmade outdoor products. Discover more about this fun event at https://www.visiteverett.com/1400/Sorticulture
EDMONDS ARTS FESTIVAL – Friday June 17th through Sunday June 19th. This event happens in a beautiful outdoor setting overlooking Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, right next to the Frances Anderson Arts Center. There are over 200 artists showing their work, along with food trucks and musical entertainment. Find out more on their Facebook page – https://m.facebook.com/events/485887316017656/
WILLOWS ORCHARD ART SHOW – Saturday July 9th through Sunday July 10th. This is a new show at a beautiful venue on Whidbey Island. Check out their website to learn about the lovely gardens and event barn just south of Coupeville – http://www.willowsorchard.com
BELLEVUE DOWNTOWN ARTS MARKET – Saturday July 30 through Sunday July 31st. This event is part of the award-winning Arts Fair Weekend in downtown Bellevue. They provide food trucks and live music the whole weekend. Find out more at their website – https://www.bellevuedowntown.com/events/downtown-arts-market
WHIDBEY WORKING ARTISTS STUDIO TOUR – Saturday August 20th and Sunday August 21st. This is your opportunity to come visit our studio, nestled in the woods of Whidbey Island, along with the studios of about sixty other artists. Visit the “Village by the Sea” – Langley, while you are on the island, and try one of our great little restaurants, watch for whales and enjoy the island ambiance. The website is http://www.whidbeyworkingartists.com/. They will be posting the map to all the participating studios later this summer.