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SUMMER STUDIO TOUR Showcasing the Whidbey Island Arts Community

WHIDBEY WORKING

AUGUST 24 & 25, 2013 AUGUST 31, SEPTEMBER 1 & 2

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Live the Island dream...

“Janet’s professionalism, intuition & Island knowledge are phenomenal!” - Jeff & Nora “Genuine, creative, outstanding service. . .Janet is truly a pleasure to work with!” - Arlynn & Chris

Front Street realty Drop by my office next to the Couepville Wharf 22 NW Front St., Suite B • Coupeville, WA 98239 360-678-6100 • 206-387-1924 www.janetburchfield.com


Welcome WhidbeyWorkingArtists Summer Tour Spend quality time with working artists in their studios while you experience the beauty that attracts them to magnificent Whidbey Island. You’ll learn first hand the inspiration and process that go into each artist’s work, while enjoying many scenic island views as you travel. Note the numbers corresponding to each studio described to easily plot your personal studio tour on the map on the inside back of this brochure. Detailed driving directions on each studio’s page will allow you to navigate your route.

Visit WhidbeyWorkingArtists.com for more information about each artist.

FRONT STREET GRILL on beautiful Whidbey Island, Washington overlooks Penn Cove and offers a classic American Grill experience along with a full bar and a great wine list. Located just three doors down from the historic Coupeville Wharf, our Dining Room and Bar offer amazing views of Penn Cove and Mt. Baker. Bring the whole family for lunch or dinner or just join us for Happy Hour. Either way, we will make you feel very welcome!

FrontStreetGrillCoupeville.com conveniently make reservations online!


Many of the studios in this year’s summer tour will be open for two weekends. All studios will be open Labor Day Weekend. Tour Weekends AUGUST 24 & 25, 2013 AUGUST 31, SEPTEMBER 1 & 2 10:00 am to 5:00 pm all tour days except Labor Day, Monday September 2 when studios will close at 3:00 pm.

Visit the Coveland Store or stop by the farm to see what’s new. LavenderWind.com


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RANDY EMMONS watercolor 1 People describe my paintings as fun, happy, even “wonky�. I stand at my easel and draw, contemplate, calculate and estimate. I make faces, stare out the window, and at some point, put paint to paper. It is a wonderfully fulfilling task, trying to balance design, color, and style into an appealing representation of a local subject. If you see Whidbey in them and they make you happy, I am happy.

360 679 0925 waterandcolor@comcast.net randyemmons.com

DIRECTIONS Northbound on SR20 from Oak Harbor turn Right on Fakkema Rd, right on Taylor Rd., left on Silver Lake Rd., right on Laurel Ln, left on Basil Rd. When Basil Rd. bends my driveway is just past the fence on the left. 2844 Overview Drive

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DAN ISHLER hand thrown pottery 2 I produce a limited line of porcelain pit-fired, ash and crystalline glazed pottery. Recently I’ve begun to create humorous characterizations of vintage autos in clay. My vision is to depict neglected cars - those left outside behind the barn.

DIRECTIONS Located Âź mile south of Oak Harbor on the east side of SR20. 30678 State Route 20

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open both weekends

360.929.0817 ishler1@frontier.com danishler.com


STEVE NOWICKI

open labor day weekend

metal sculpture 3 My signature pieces are strongly influenced by the natural beauty of the Northwest. Each piece is accented with copper, brass or bronze with much emphasis placed on details. All work is designed for the home and garden.

360.914.7336 welderguy@shocknawemetalworks.com

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DIRECTIONS 1½ miles south of Oak Harbor on SR20, east on Miller Rd ½ mile to stop sign. Right (south) onto Balda Rd approximately 1/3 mile, left on Bluewater Ln, up the blacktop driveway. 853 Bluewater Lane

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ELLEN VLASAK fiber arts 4a Ellen is a mixed media artist with a background in fiber arts. She creates free-standing textile vessels using digital imagery and embellishments such as fiber, metal and stitching. Her encaustic work often includes digital images and mixed media techniques.

360.929.9290 vlasakstudio@yahoo.com

DIRECTIONS From SR20 southbound from Oak Harbor, turn left on Miller Rd. Northbound, turn right on Miller Rd. At stop sign right on Balda Rd over hill. At bottom of hill, left onto Bluewater Ln. Left into driveway of 854 Bluewater Ln Studio is past house in field. 854 Bluewater Lane

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ILENE SORENSON

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fiber arts 4b I currently continue to work in the fiber arts field. Recently, I discovered Kumihumo – an ancient Japanese braiding technique with which I have developed hard core braids to assemble into low relief, aesthetically pleasing wall pieces of architectural in nature.

360-678-1285 ilenesorenson@gmail.com

DIRECTIONS From SR20 southbound from Oak Harbor, turn left on Miller Rd. Northbound, turn right on Miller Rd. At stop sign right on Balda Rd over hill. At bottom of hill, left onto Bluewater Ln. Left into driveway of 854 Bluewater Ln. Studio is past house in field. 854 Bluewater Lane

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KAY PARSONS watercolor 5a I love the process of painting, the creative moment that transforms the observed and experienced world into art. It nourishes me, soul and intellect.

360.320.1927 lookingglasscottage@gmail.com lookingglasscottage.com

DIRECTIONS Approximately 4 mi south of Oak Harbor or 6 mi north of Coupeville. From SR20 turn east onto Sidney St. Turn left at Riepma Ave then slight right at Mark St. Take the 2nd right onto Lisa St, second house on the right. 1161 Lisa Street

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GWEN SAM

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bas relief sculpture 5b I am a multi-media artist.  Whether I am working   in sculpted basrelief, jewelry, fabric or leather I am always layering to create or reveal pattern and texture. Layers, patterns, textures, with organic or perceived patina, all play a significant part in the emotion I create with each new piece.

360.914.2298 gwensam@yahoo.com

DIRECTIONS Approximately 4 mi south of Oak Harbor or 6 mi north of Coupeville. From SR20 turn east onto Sidney St. Turn left at Riepma Ave then slight right at Mark St. Take the 2nd right onto Lisa St, second house on the right. 1161 Lisa Street

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ANNE SMIDT encaustics

5c Anne Smidt has worked in encaustics (warm beeswax, resin, pigments) since 2006. Anne’s artwork now includes two-andthree dimensional work, encaustic monoprints and encaustic bookmaking. She now employs a cold wax technique as one of the processes of her artwork. 360.730.1091 v1anne@whidbey.com cerastudio.com

DIRECTIONS Approximately 4 mi south of Oak Harbor or 6 mi north of Coupeville. From SR20 turn east onto Sidney St. Turn left at Riepma Ave then slight right at Mark St. Take the 2nd right onto Lisa St, second house on the right. 1161 Lisa Street

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STEVE EELKEMA

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hand thrown pottery 6 Steve creates Bowls, Cookie Jars, Teapots and more in food safe glazes for everyday use.

360.678.6464 seelkema@gmail.com penncovepottery.com

DIRECTIONS Located in the historic red brick building half way between Coupeville and Oak Harbor, just north of the 26 mile marker on SR20 in the Community of San de Fuca. 26184 SR20

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MARK LUCERO painting

7 My artwork is a journey of both self-discovery and self-disclosure. I am often inspired by simple elements of nature such as trees, flowers and leaves. I am guided by whimsy and playfulness as I employ bold use of color and texture in my carved wood paintings.

360.320.1898 whidbeykids@earthlink.net markluceroart.com

DIRECTIONS From SR20 (3 miles) north of Coupeville, turn west on Libbey Rd, right on West Beach Rd, left on San Juan St, right on El Pozo St, left to 698 La Fiesta St with metal fish sculpture in yard. Studio entrance is at the top of driveway. 698 La Fiesta Street

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KAREN SCHROEDER

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pastels 8 I paint impressionistic landscapes of the Pacific Northwest.

360.678.0354 kschroeder@wildblue.net kschroedergallery.weebly.com

DIRECTIONS Take Libby Rd from SR20, turn right on West Beach, left on San Juan, right on El Pozo, left on La Fiesta. First house on the right. Studio/Gallery lower level. 654 La Fiesta Street

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BEV McQUARY

handcrafted lampwork glass beads and fabricated wirework jewelry 9 Glass bead making involves melting colorful Italian glass rods around a mandrel with a propane/ oxygen torch and then embellishing the bead. The combination of color and techniques, while maintaining control of hot glass, is an exciting dance on an incredibly small palette. Come see!

360.678.2214 bevmcq@gmail.com PennCoveGallery.com

DIRECTIONS From SR20 3.5 miles north of Coupeville or 6 miles south of Oak Harbor, west on Libbey, right on West Beach, left on San Juan St, stay left at the “Y�, to 2642 San Juan on the right. 2642 San Juan Street

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KIM TINUVIEL encaustics and photography

10a My artwork reflects the abstract textures and colors of the everyday world. Experience as a professional musician adds rhythm, harmony and lyricism to the work. As a visual artist, my singular goal is to find the extraordinary within the ordinary.

360-639-4299 kim@tinuvielcreative.com kimtinuviel.com

DIRECTIONS Located conveniently just off Main St near the main intersection of SR20 and Main St. Pacific NorthWest Art School, 15 NW Birch Street

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CAROL ANN BAUER STILLfire pottery

10b Each piece is formed individually by hand, glazed & decorated with their own specially formulated glazes, and gas fired to 2400 degrees F. The finished ware is durable, lead-free, microwaveable, and dishwasher safe.

360.331.5142 still_fire@yahoo.com STILLfirepottery.com

DIRECTIONS Located conveniently just off Main St near the main intersection of SR20 and Main St. Pacific NorthWest Art School, 15 NW Birch Street

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AKEMI WALKER

open both weekends

jewelry 10c I explored many media for jewelry making, but when I found precious metal clay (PMC), I felt I arrived home. Sculptured pieces are fired and turn into fine silver. I incorporate stones, pearls and crystals with sterling silver wire to make someone sparkle. Living on Whidbey Island, my sculptured fine silver pieces are inspired by the incredible nature that surrounds me. People whom I’ve never met or never will meet visit this quaint little town and purchase one of my pieces for themselves or take home for someone special.I simply feel gratitude and wish them happiness. 360.678.3628 akemiwalker@comcast.net

DIRECTIONS Located conveniently just off Main St near the main intersection of SR20 and Main St. Pacific NorthWest Art School, 15 NW Birch Street

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JIM SHORT pieces of tree 11 I rescue homeless wood. These turnings come from trees headed for the landfill or a stove. I enjoy the wood’s connection to Central Whidbey’s climate and community. A signature of my work is highlighting “imperfections”. Forms are developed on the lathe as the wood allows. I would be pleased to demonstrate woodturning in my shop.

360.678.5368 morshort@comcast.net

DIRECTIONS Almost Downtown Coupeville, from SR20, North at the traffic light on Main St, right on 6th, two blocks to corner of Haller St. 601 NE Haller

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M DENIS HILL photography and photo encaustics 12 Denis Hill is a well-known Whidbey photographer who branched into the field of encaustics in 2008. He has earned many awards for panoramic and conventional photographs of Whidbey Island with emphasis on Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve. Photographs by Denis Hill have been published in many publications, including Runner’s World, Places to Retire, Wings West, the Denver Post, and on National Geographic’s TheGreenGuide.com and 101 Things to do on Whidbey Island. He has also performed assignment work for the Island and Snohomish county tourism agencies, resulting in published photographs in web sites, newspapers and magazines throughout North America. Denis has been an instructor at the Pacific Northwest Art School, an art show judge, a speaker on digital imaging and artistic pursuits at photography conferences and camera clubs, and a tutor and mentor to aspiring photogaphers. In 2001, Denis earned the Qualified Panoramic Photographer designation conferred by the International Association of Panoramic Photographers.

DIRECTIONS From Main St in Coupeville, take 4th St to Pennington Hill and follow signs. 1060 Pennington Loop


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360.320.4844 denis@whidbeypanoramas.com WhidbeyPanoramas.com

Expanding his creative scope to the encaustic medium, Denis creates works that incorporate layered photographs, sculptural techniques and oil painting materials. Encaustics is a medium that encourages experimentation, anchored in the used of beeswax medium ... either natural, filtered or incorporating pigments.

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MARY BURKS

open both weekends

fiber arts 13a Fiber surronds us. Its tactile qualities call to us to touch it. I like to use the inherent physical properties of fibers creatively. Textiles and I continue to have a daily dialog about the natural world around us.

360.678.6413 maryburks@frontier.com maryburks.com

DIRECTIONS From the south: On SR20, go to one mile before the Coupeville stop light. Turn right onto Willard Way. 2nd house (gray). 60 N Willard Way. From the north: On SR20, go one mile past the Coupeville stop light. Turn left onto Willard Way, 2nd house (gray). 60 N Willard Way

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PATTY PICCO

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mixed media 13b I work intuitively and enjoy the process of layering different mediums, such as printmaking, photography, collage and encaustic painting to create pieces that are rich in luminosity and texture.

360.929.5128 pattypicco@yahoo.com PattyPicco.com

DIRECTIONS From the south: On SR20, go to one mile before the Coupeville stop light. Turn right onto Willard Way. 2nd house (gray). 60 N Willard Way. From the north: On SR20, go one mile past the Coupeville stop light. Turn left onto Willard Way, 2nd house (gray). 60 N Willard Way

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CHRISTINE CROWELL painter

14 Christine Crowell is a full-time painter. Formerly an attorney, she took a drawing class in 2008 and has not stopped drawing and painting since. She received training from many sources and feels that she has found her passion.

425.387.7555 christinecrowell@whidbey.com etsy.com/shop/CCrowellGallery

DIRECTIONS Northbound on SR20, turn right onto Parker Rd. After the town limit, going down the first hill, Moore Pl is on the right. Proceed to the end of the public road. Southbound on SR20, turn left onto Main St, right onto 9th St, which becomes Parker Rd. Moore Pl is the first paved road on the left past Maxwell St. Proceed to the end of the public road. 1105 NE Moore Place

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MARIANNE BRABANSKI & AL TENNANT

open labor day weekend

altair studio 15 Al Tennant and Marianne Brabanski are recognized for their contemporary work in clay and two dimensional work, respectively.

360.929.9090 artpot@comcast.net

DIRECTIONS From South Whidbey: SR20 onto Parker Rd, take right on Portal, left on Marine Dr. Studio is on last wooded lot on left . From North Whidbey: Highway20, left on Main St Coupeville, right on 9th which turns into Parker Rd, left on Portal, left on Marine Dr. 409 N Marine Drive

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DIANE TOMPKINSON printmaking

16a I studied art at the University of Oregon working in painting, printmaking, ceramics and the last dozen years woodcarving. Organic qualities and a love of pattern are common themes in my work, as is my love of raptors and crows.

360.678.4224 dzinny@msn.com

DIRECTIONS Driving north on SR 20, turn right on Parker Rd, 9/10 mile to 437 (blue mailbox on right with a black crow.) Across from the mailbox go through the gate with the green posts. Driving south from Front St. in Coupeville, go 2+ miles on Parker Rd to the blue mailbox with painted crow and enter green gate across the road. 437 Parker Road

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PETER DURAND

open labor day weekend

linoleum prints 16b The ability to evoke an emotional response or stimulate someone’s mind through art is a magical experience for both the artist and the observer. I have been part of each side of that most of my life and still strive to make it better.

360.682.5662 padwa@comcast.net

DIRECTIONS Driving north on SR 20, turn right on Parker Rd, 9/10 mile to 437 (blue mailbox on right with a black crow.) Across from the mailbox go through the gate with the green posts. Driving south from Front St in Coupeville, go 2+ miles on Parker Rd to the blue mailbox with painted crow and enter green gate across the road. 437 Parker Road

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ROBBIE LOBELL & MARYON ATTWOOD cook on clay studios 17 High-temperature Flameproof Ceramic Cookware -- Functional, Elegant and Rugged. Cook on Clay flameware offers a truly superior cooking and serving experience. Our pots are designed to highlight the beauty of daily cooking tasks. You will taste the difference when you put Cook on Clay pots to work from your kitchen to your table.

360.678.1414 robbie@cookonclay.com CookonClay.com

DIRECTIONS From SR20, turn west onto Patmore Rd (right heading south, left heading north) about 2 miles south from the town of Coupeville. One mile to gravel drive (on right from SR20 or on left from Fort Casey Rd). Rd ends at studio & kiln (about Âź mile). Cook on Clay Studios, 640 Patmore Road

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NORMA ROBERTS

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paper and leather creations 18a Norma creates a large selection of items using different mediums and found objects. Her use of colors, materials and fresh ideas clearly sets her work apart.

360.678.3068 rainyartist@aol.com

DIRECTIONS In Coupeville at the Main St and SR20 traffic light, go south one block, left on Terry Rd, right on Ft Casey Rd, left on Wanamaker Rd, left on Prairie View, right on Crockett Lake Dr. From Langley take the Port Townsend/Fort Casey turnoff, right on Wanamaker, right on Prairie View, right on Crockett Lake Dr. 550 Crockett Lake Drive

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GERRY ROBERTS acrylic and oil painter

18b Discover Gerry’s remarkable paintings and studio-gallery. Enjoy watching him work on a new creation. See for yourself why Gerry’s paintings have been published in numerous national publications and why his art is collected internationally.

360.678.3068 rainyartist@aol.com GeraldRobertsArtist.com

DIRECTIONS In Coupeville at the Main St and SR20 traffic light, go south one block, left on Terry Rd, right on Ft Casey Rd, left on Wanamaker Rd, left on Prairie View, right on Crockett Lake Dr. From Langley take the Port Townsend/Fort Casey turnoff, right on Wanamaker, right on Prairie View, right on Crockett Lake Dr. 550 Crockett Lake Drive

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MARY ELLEN O’CONNOR

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silver and silk studio 19 My passion for nature is the key to all of my work. I create sterling silver belt buckles, bracelets and necklaces using images from my own photographs. I also work with clients to design architectural etched glass windows and doors for their homes.

360.320.3313 meo@maryellenoconnor.com SilverAndSilkStudio.com

DIRECTIONS From SR525, turn onto Houston Rd. at milepost 29. Go ½mile and turn left on Willow Pond Ln. Go 1/3 mile and turn into the first driveway on your left, 1358 Willow Pond Ln. After steep uphill driveway, the studio is in the daylight basement of the house. There is a parking pad right in front of the studio. 1358 Willow Pond Lane

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KATHLEEN OTLEY willow sculpture and encaustics

20 A symmetry exists between my two bodies of work: large willow woven sculptures and painting with wax, both with the addition of natural elements. My willow work begins with a peeling and dying of the farm grown reeds. Then the joining through bundling and weaving with metals, cords, wires etc. A display of many pieces to choose from and special orders are welcome. My encaustics are themed with songbirds from my ink, pastel and paint originals, then ink transferred to the wax surface, calligraphy from ancient texts, 360.678.1381 painted photos, etc. Surfaces aged with info@otleyart.com paint, ink and graphite to create a OtleyArt.com depth of time.

DIRECTIONS Off SR 525, just North of Greenbank Farm to Puget Dr. Turn west on Puget Dr to 411. Please park at curb due to diffficult turn around. 411 Puget Drive

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ISLAND ART GLASS

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hand blown glass 21 Island Art Glass produces high quality hand blown glass gift ware, garden art, and custom lighting.

360.321.2524 islglass@whidbey.com

DIRECTIONS Follow Highway 525 north past Langley and Bayview, before Freeland. Turn right on Double Bluff Rd, go to end, turn right onto Newman Road, turn right into first driveway on right. 2062 Newman Road

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