Studios

Many artists open their studios to the public, giving you a chance to see, and sometimes even participate in the creative process.

    Callahan’s Firehouse Glass Blowing

    Located in what was Langley’s fire station, Callahan’s Firehouse Studio and Gallery features the work of Callahan McVay. You can also blow your own glass.

    Cook on Clay

    Working from their studios and manufacturing annex on Whidbey Island, they have built a company around the idea that there is no better way to prepare and present food than in handmade pottery.

    Hellebore Glass Studio

    Glass artist George Springer produces beautiful glass art at his studio and gallery.

    Island Art Glass

    Island Art Glass makes affordable, quality hand-blown giftware in a rainbow of colors for over 40 years.

    Jack Gunter Fine Art Gallery

    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.

    Koffman Studio, Gallery and Gardens

    Art with a smile by longtime Camano Island artist Danny Koffman.

    Thompson Art Studio

    The studio features the works of artist Susan Thompson. She invites individuals and small groups to her studio by appointment only.

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