above: "Island Spirit" part of the Oak Harbor Art Trail
There's something about Whidbey and Camano Islands that attracts artists. As a result, there are many great galleries, art walks and open studio tours all year long. Whidbey and Camano Islands are also rich in history having some of the oldest buildings in the region. View our listing of schools, museums, art galleries, and other places of artistic or historical importance on Whidbey Island and Camano Island.
Art Lives on Camano IslandCamano Island is filled with studios and galleries from artists drawn to the island by the region's natural beauty.
Artist Portrait: Georgia GerberGeorgia Gerber specializes in whimsical sculptures from singing ducks to Langley's boy and dog. Her most famous piece is the pig at Pike Place Market.
The studio features the work of Jed Dorsey who also offers classes for aspiring artists. Other artists also exhibited.
The gallery is 4,000 feet of rare 20th century decorative art and early electric industrial lighting, one of the finest collections on the West Coast.
Art with a smile by longtime Camano Island artist Danny Koffman.
The Matzke Outdoor Sculpture Park is a ten-acre green refuge where art fans can walk among sculptures, big and small. More than 75 works are on the grounds at any one time. There is also a 3000 sq. foot indoor art gallery.
The studio features the works of artist Susan Thompson. She invites individuals and small groups to her studio by appointment only.