Welcome to the 18th annual Camano Island Studio TourThe 18th Annual Camano Island Studio Tour builds upon the tradition of art that has grown in this community. Carefully juried artists, galleries and studios are selected each year representing diverse mediums and styles. Every year, more artists apply and the level of skill and talent rises.
This year, the Tour continues to expand with five new artists joining the two-weekend event. These artists include:
- Opal Jean Cocke – Fiber Artist
- Sally Chang – Ceramics
- Michelle Rushworth – Oil & Acrylic Paint
- Naoko Yamamoto – Mixed mediums
- Suki Gluzinksi – Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor and mixed mediums
Many of these artists are new to the island, but none of them are new to art or sharing their love of art with others.
Joining these six new artists, is this year’s tour guide cover artist and long time tour member, Marguerite Goff with her Raku fired clay sculpture, River Dance.
For those who are returning to the Tour this year, thank you for making our art community a part of your spring and Mother’s Day traditions. We are inspired by you every year and love sharing our passion for art, and the beauty of our island with you. For those who are new to the Tour, thank you for visiting us! Please let us know if there is anything we can do to make your Tour experience more enjoyable. What you may not realize is that the Studio Tour is not only a celebration of art, but it is one of the biggest tourist events of the year for Camano Island. We love that Camano has gained a reputation for our art and are thrilled that art and nature have brought you here. Art lives on Camano Island.
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