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!
Samish tribal citizen and Tribal Historic Preservation Officer who also creates works of art that honor his heritage. Sam’s ancestor’s have lived on Guemes Island for generations and learning about, preserving, and recreating parts of his history via carving, sculpture, and painting is Sam’s passion.
Picture yourself sitting in a studio looking out at a forest. Live-edge wood surrounds the frame of your view. There is original artwork on the walls, finished jewelry in a case, and other projects in varying stages of creation scattered about you. This is where Darlene Klister puts her visions into form and where she can teach you to release your inner artist.
Lynn Prewitt transforms mixed media into beautiful pieces of art. She goes beyond visual artwork with writing.
Les is a life-long “re-purposer/fiddler/try-it-and-see-what-happens” kind of guy who finally found time in retirement to wander and experience the art world with no time constraints.
Windstorms can wreak havoc and Guemes Islanders are no stranger to the destruction that can be left behind. What if the resulting debris could provide you with some amazing art instead of just headaches? David McKibben is just the artist to help you out.
Working with a material that is 2000 degrees brings us out of our everyday environment. Blowing glass presents the opportunity to become more aware of ourselves and our surroundings.