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Sunnyshore Studio is partnering with the Northwest Watercolor Society to host the first of five Vintage Watercolorist of Washington art shows. The lineup for the inaugural show is impressive. It includes  John RingenNancy AxellGenny ReesJack Dorsey and Thomas William Jones.

Sunnyshore Studio is located at 2803 SE Camano Drive, Camano Island, WA.

2018 will be the 9th Annual Great Northwest Glass Quest – A unique treasure hunt lasting 10 days on Camano Island and Stanwood Washington. for unique hand blown glass balls by world renowned glass artists Mark and Marcus Ellinger.  Learn more

Presented by the Camano Island Chamber of Commerce.

To celebrate the end of the year, this artists’ cooperative gallery with 20 years will present a group show titled “Winter Wonderland” to the community.  The curators of the group show, Nancy Lawrence (2D & 3D artist) and Gregory Felando ceramic artist), will showcase the rich variety of art with contrasting styles and media in the front windows during the month of December.

SC Give is the Stanwood - Camano community's local Giving Tuesday event. It is a 24-hour online giving event starting at 12:00 a.m. on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Stanwood and Camano Island residents unite for 24 straight hours to give to a variety of projects that provide basic needs and enhance the quality of life in our community. Hosted by the Stanwood-Camano Area Foundation to celebrate and support giving and local philanthropy. To learn more or participate, click the image below or go to

Saturday, October 21, 2017 - An evening to raise funds for art in Arlington, WA | At Gleneagle Country Club. Tickets available September 10th at Flowers by George, 335 N Olympic Avenue.  Tickets are $40.  Dinner provided.

Gallery Hours: Friday - Sunday, 10am to 5pm  - Featuring 38 Amazing Artists - Located at 19313 Landing Road ( off Dodge Valley Road ) Mount Vernon, WA 98273 

Directions: From I-5, take exit #221 and drive west towards LaConner. The River Gallery's bright green "Art Show" signs will direct you to turn at Dodge Valley Road, then onto Landing Road to the Gallery