Thank you for joining us for the 20th year of the Camano Island Studio Tour.
We are incredibly grateful to visitors like you who have helped to make the Studio Tour one of the most popular artist events in our region. We also are grateful to the many members of our community who have invested their time, talent and treasure into turning a vision for an arts community into the reality of the Tour today.
To the hundreds of artists and galleries who have opened their doors to the public to engage and delight visitors since 1998 – thank you for sharing your love of art and for our community.
To the many area businesses and residents who have warmly welcomed the guests who have traveled to our island over the years for this event, we couldn’t have made it 20 years without you.
Finally, we are humbled by the countless art lovers and patrons who have visited our studios and purchased our art. It is exciting to imagine all the homes that are enriched with the many thousands of pieces of locally created works acquired over 20 years.
Whether this is your first Tour or your 20th, we are so happy to welcome you to our island. Art lives on Camano Island.
2 Weekends – 5 Days
Mothers Day Weekend
Friday May 11 – Sunday May 13
10am – 5pm
Saturday May 19 – Sunday May 20
10am – 5pm
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2018 C.A.A. Cover Artist
John Ebner Artist Bio
“I am very honored to be selected for the cover art on this twentieth year of the studio tour. We have lived on the island for twenty years and I am one of the few remaining founders of the tour.
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2017 Camano Island Studio Tour
Ever wonder what makes the Camano Studio Tour so unique? Check out our latest video to learn how some of our most established artists came to their careers in the arts, how they found themselves on Camano Island, and just how important the community and the nature is in defining what makes this Tour unlike any other. Art truly does live on Camano Island.