Rick Klauber

Rick’s attraction to beautiful stones has been a lifelong passion. He used to collect agates and jaspers in the deserts of Southern California and eventually began making jewelry from found material. Soon Rick started incorporating his woodworking skills, and over...

Amy Martin

She’s focused much of her art career in metaphysical painting – studies of ghostly imagery. She’s recently also been inspired by the natural world of Camano Island and has pursued straight landscape painting. Committed to continuing her education in artistic...

Stan O’Neil – Glass sculptor

Stan’s love for art and working with his hands began when he was just 14 years old. As he got older he channeled that passion into owning his own body shop, working at a foundry and even a metal shop before he got into working with glass. He first dabbled with glass...

Camano Island Mural Designer Danny Koffman

The Camano Island Mural is made up of individual squares of (30) CM Tour artists in a variety of styles and mediums. The colorful representation is rich with texture and details and provides an overall feeling of the natural beauty and geography of Camano Island. Stop...

Linda Demetre

Linda Demetre’ s 1916 Mabana Schoolhouse has recently been designated a Washington State Heritage Historical site. The school was built in 1916 by pioneers in the logging community of Mabana near the south tip of Camano Island. At the time, there was no bridge...

Mary Simmons

Mary Simmons, Camano IslandArtGlass, Studio #17, Kiln Glass Residency Experience; Last fall, I was invited to participate in a professional kiln-glass residency program held at Pilchuck Glass School, which is the most comprehensive center for glass art education in...

New Artists For 2016

Opal Jean Cocke Fiber Artist My love of textiles and color has become my art. Coming from a long line of quilters, I have taken my fiber art in a whole new direction. My fiber pieces are functional and nonfunctional, vibrant and reflective. They will add color and...
Marguerite Goff

Marguerite Goff

I have spent many years being delighted by what you can make with clay. From the first perfect heart as a nine year old through the wonder of making functional things we can use for our morning coffee and cereal or the joy of sculpting a salmon, I thrill to the feel...