It’s again time for Guemes Island’s popular Artist Studio Tour on Saturday, December 2, 2023 from 10 AM – 4 PM. View the artists and a downloadable map of all the studios!
Enrollment is now open for the Guemes Island Winter Art Studio Tour scheduled for Saturday, December 2, 2023 from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
This Summer’s Art Studio Tour was a great success! Thank you to all those who were involved and who supported our incredible artists. We look forward to seeing you all for our Winter Art Studio Tour in December! Click to read more and see some photos from the event.
Saturday, June 3rd from 10 am – 4pm will be the Guemes Island Art Studio tour with 37 artists and 10 studios on the self-guided tour! Mark your calendar. Invite your friends. Support island artists. Join in the fun!
Congratulations and thank you to the 34 artists and all others who participated in the Guemes Island Art Studio Tour this last weekend. Thank you to all of you who visited the studios and supported this amazing group of talented islanders. Our head count is hardly scientific but Atlas Studio, near the top of the mountain, had a marble counting system that recorded 156 visitors. While we expected 30 artists, four more joined in to be part of the fun and offer their products and creations.
While on one of our public art adventures, we came across this unique mailbox. Since Easter is coming up, we knew it would be the perfect show and tell feature.
“Flowers and birds alike are happy we made our 1966 Riley Elf into a planter. it is happy to have returned to its glory of being a conversation starter. Size One is living happily ever after on Guemes.”
What’s to come in 2022? 2022 is full of new! New year, new updates, new artists, new events, and new classes!
Let’s get together and gather for some fun and socializing – all while working on our personal Fiber Arts projects and getting re-inspired and re-energized in the company of others.
Longtime Guemes Island resident and art legend, Phillip McCracken died in June of this year. His art legacy is primarily composed of sculptures, many of which are found as public art throughout the region.