Artwork by Southwest Washington and Oregon artists.

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December 2015 Featured Artists

Coldwater Lake

Join us at First Thursday, December 3 to meet the featured artists Carol Boudreau,  Fran Reisner,  Jane Gerdon, and view the Gingerbread Haus Display.

July 2015 Featured Artists

Madeline Houston: Mount St. Helens Toutle River

Join us for First Thursday on July 9 to meet our featured artists Madeline Houston, Bob Kizziar, Julia Martin and Jan Nontell.

March 2015 Featured Artists

Mosaic Wall Hanging

Meet our March Featured Artists! Ruth Doumit (Ceramics/Mosaics), Virginia Paul (Photography), Neeltje (Nellie) Vos (Ceramics) First Thursday: You are invited to join us for a First Thursday celebration on March 5 at 5:30 pm at the gallery. Ruth Doumit – Ceramics I grew up in beautiful Wahkiakum County! I lived in Skamokawa until I married […]

August 2014: Handicapped boy adds magic to father’s motion photography

AJ Patnode

“I take the photographs and A.J. adds the magic. It’s something this father and son do together,”–Mike Patnode A.J. was born severely handicapped, much like a quadriplegic on December 17, 1998. Our family’s goal has always been to help A.J. use his mind, even though he has minimal use of his body. Our photographic art is a […]

July 2014: Bonnie and Dennis Blake

Abandoned

Jewelry and fiber art by Bonnie Blake, and photography by Dennis Blake join the July featured show this month. Meet Bonnie and Dennis at this month’s First Thursday celebration, July 10, at 5:30 pm in our gallery.  Bonnie is a jewelry maker and fiber artist. Whether sawing and hammering the hard surfaces of silver and copper or […]

Along the Columbia River

Towards Fibre

Roll On, Columbia We all know and love the Columbia River. It’s swift waters hold our region’s history and livelihood. Bill Smith’s captivating photographs capture it’s essence and beauty. Our September exhibit features twenty-five of Bill Smith’s digital landscape photographs taken over the last four years in the Columbia River valley between Kalama and the Columbia […]