Studios

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

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    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.

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    Cook on Clay

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

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    Hellebore Glass Studio

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

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    Island Art Glass

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

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    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.

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    Koffman Studio, Gallery and Gardens

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

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    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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    Whidbey Clay Center

    The Whidbey Clay Center is a membership-based pottery studio that also offers, classes, workshops, firing events and sales.

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