above: "Island Spirit" part of the Oak Harbor Art Trail

Arts

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.

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    Back to the Island

    Back to the Island sells clothes and novelties popular with tourists and neighbors alike.

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    Island County Historical Museum

    The Island county museum has displays on Native American life, early settlers, as well as more "modern" early 20th century life when Whidbey Island was a step or two behind the mainland.

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    Madrona Blossom

    Visit Madrona Blossom and bring a little happy to your home.  Located along Front Street in historic Coupeville, this shop features home decor, candles, flowers and so much more.

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    Marbley Water Marbling

    Try your hand at water marbling at Marbley where you float drops of color on water and reshape them using a comb or stylus. Then you save it on silk, paper, or wood. It's a fun activity with friends or family and a chance for you to try art in a brand new way.

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    Pacific Northwest Art School

    The Pacific Northwest Art School has been offering exceptional visual art workshops in painting, fiber arts, mixed media and photography for 32 years.

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    Penn Cove Gallery

    Many local artists present a variety of works including: watercolor, oil, fiber art, ink, glass, and more. Twenty-Six Whidbey Island artists are on display.

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    Penn Cove Pottery

    Conveniently located right on the main highway between Oak Harbor and Coupeville, Penn Cove Pottery features the work of many local artists.

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    Price Sculpture Forest

    Sculptures from established artists from all over the country greet you along two forest trails in this 16-acre park.

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