Allen Moe is an artist the likes of which people have rarely seen. His mediums include chicken feet, bones, fish parts, road kill, latex caulk, and a cement-like compound. The resulting artwork is unique, to say the least.
Mary Lascelles’ photography is more about the light, shapes, colors, and mood – as opposed to subject – which means we get to see her vision in everything from wildlife and landscapes to portraits and studies of people.
What do blue jeans and wine barrels have in common? The obvious answer is nothing, but I’ve recently learned that’s not the case. The answer is Tom Hancock!
“Beachcombing is one of my favorite things to indulge in, so I Include something from the beach in every piece that I create.”
With structure as the base, and color and pattern the notes, Cathy Schoenberg makes it all come together to make a beautiful song that resonates.
“Chris is like Sasquatch – everyone knows of him and his photos, but many have never seen him.” Find out more about our beloved Guemes Island photographer!
Anyone who has set foot on Guemes Island has likely seen examples of her work. As a matter of fact, much of what you see on our website – guemesislandart.org – is compliments of Devon.
Becky Rodman is unique in her artistic endeavors. She has spent years in Italy learning an ancient craft and produces some melodious masterpieces.
Amanda Rose makes as much of her life a practice of art as possible. She strives to find harmony with what is and live this life in a good way.
Come learn about Clyde Petersen, the Guemes Island artist who turned a penchant for childhood box forts into a stop-motion vehicle for delivering strong messages that give voice to the queer culture, and other autobiographical subjects as well as amazing pieces that fill entire rooms… all created from cardboard!