There is something about islands that can bring out the very best of the creative side. The San Juan Islands are liberally sprinkled with an amazing array of artists working a variety of mediums into an awesome collection of artistic expression.
Lopez Island has its share of creativity, and much of it is on display in the galleries below. Search out the unexpected! Plan your visit to the San Juan Islands today. Lopez Island awaits. You won’t be disappointed.
Our art is a combination of glass and metal. Glass is like water, it flows and metal is strong and rigid. Glass and metal are opposites, yet when joined creatively they have artistic synergy. From this synergy we create jewelry, garden art and whimsical pieces. We have an open art studio and a garden tour, complete with trails through the woods and garden art along the way on our park like 3 1/2 acres. Guys be sure and see all the tools in the shop. We are on the Lopez Chamber Map and a short drive from the village or the ferry terminal.
Call 360-468-2913 - Lopez Island
The Colin Goode Gallery & Studio principally features the work of Colin Goode. Colin is a self-taught painter who specializes in oil landscapes and Byzantine iconography. Situated in the heart of the village on beautiful Lopez Island in the San Juan Islands off the coast of Washington State, our Gallery also shows an eclectic range of fine art by local artists, as well as a collection of work by accomplished artists from around the world. Colin also regularly holds workshops and classes for artists of all abilities and ages.
Call 360.468.4715 - Lopez Island
Featuring Steven R. Hill, plein air landscape painter and showcasing original works from the San Juan Islands.
Call 360-468-2557 - Lopez Island
The Lopez Island Studio Tour invites you to experience first-hand the quality and craftsmanship of the Island's many artists. Visit the studios, enjoy meeting with the artists and discussing their visions and techniques. The Tour is an opportunity to purchase original works of art and to come away with insights to the artists and their community context.