Welcome to the 17th annual Camano Island Studio TourThe 43 artists, 30 studios and 3 galleries on this year’s tour are thrilled that you have chosen to experience art with us this weekend.
The Camano Island Studio Tour is one of the oldest free self-guided tours in the Pacific Northwest and features highly accomplished juried artists practicing in diverse mediums.
This year’s cover artist, John Ebner, is one of the most prolific painters on the tour whose water colors are collected nationally. Whether you are inspired by paint, glass, wood, fabric or photography, we hear from veteran tour visitors every year that they always find something new that reconnects them with their love for art.
Our featured artist, Karla Matzke, is a founder of the Studio Tour and her Matzke Fine Art Gallery and Sculpture Park has been a destination for years. Matzke features both an outdoor sculpture park and an eclectic collection of art from world-renowned artists. She also spotlights top local talent, including her own stunning pastel work.
Be inspired by the art. Take some time to take in the natural beauty of our island. Visit our sponsors and enjoy the hospitality of our local shops. Make memories.
We look forward to opening our studios and homes to you and sharing our passion for art.
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2015 C.A.A. Cover Artist
John EbnerOne of the few remaining founding members of Camano Arts Association, John Ebner’s iconic Camano Island scene, sailboats set in a lush watery landscape, was selected for the cover of this year’s guide.
2015 C.A.A. Featured Artist
Matzke Fine Art GalleryMatzke Fine Art Gallery features fine art exhibits surrounded by a ten acre sculpture park under a natural temperate canopy. It’s a place for artist workshops and classes, indoors or outdoors, and a designated place for art lovers to view or purchase fine art year round.
Art lives on Camano Island.