At Whidbey Island’s Greenbank Farm
Connection – Inspiration – Beauty
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
November 1 – January 1
Home for the Holidays showcases the work of 26 of the most highly-skilled and sought-after Whidbey and Northwest artists working today. The show will feature exciting, unique and beautiful art in a variety of forms, including glass, jewelry, paintings, sculptures, encaustics, ceramics, fiber arts, woodwork, handmade prints and books, as well as good collection of giclée prints and cards.
Artists include painters Anne Belov, Angie Dixon, Kathleen Frugé-Brown, Pete Jordan, Jacob Kohn, Stacey Neumiller, Richard Rhydes, Rob Schouten, Frances Wood and Angèle Woolery. Sculptors Penelope Crittenden, Dan Freeman, Sharon Spencer, Lloyd Whannell are also featured, as are glass artists Robert Adamson, Richard LaLonde, and Janis Swalwell.
Jewelers Barbara Mundell, Mary Ellen O’Connor, and Tammi Sloan have created gorgeous new pieces, as have ceramic artists Maryon Atwood, Joan Govedare, and Dan Ishler. Also featured are handmade prints by Linnane Armstrong, woodworking by Rob Hetler and Bruce Launer, handwoven silk scarves by Cyndi Wolfe, handmade books by Susanne Newbold and Sandra Whiting, and the willow wall art and encaustics of Kathleen Otley.
And Happy Holidays from the Gallery Staff!
Rob Schouten Gallery, a premier showcase for Whidbey Island and Northwest artists, is located at historic Greenbank Farm on scenic Whidbey Island amidst rolling hills and forests offering breathtaking views of Puget Sound and the Olympic and Cascade mountains.
Year-round festivals and markets complement the offerings of the Farm’s Wine Tasting Shop, Greenbank Cheese and Whidbey Pies Cafe, set in lovely gardens and grounds. Raven Rocks Gallery & Gifts and Artworks Gallery round out this must see destination.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
AUTUMN GALLERY HOURS:
Weekends 10 to 5
Weekdays 11 to 4
Closed on Tuesday except by appointment.
Gallery Information: (360) 222-3070