Lummi Island is quiet, intimate, and uniquely accessible near Bellingham, Washington. A short ferry crossing reveals a vibrant artist community, legendary dining, and stunning vistas of the Salish Sea.
Stephen Kendall Kopanos at the Beach Store Cafe
Specializing in Northwest landscape photography, Stephen utilizes digital painting to bring a story to many of his images.
Stephen only shows once a year and primarily works on a commissioned basis.
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Nancy's pastel paintings draw inspiration from those magical, fleeting moments of beauty and life that take our breath away.
Each piece of Ria's pottery is individually handcrafted of high fired stoneware with glazes selected for high resistance to abrasion.
Art’s original kiln-formed glass artwork shows his fascination and delight in the natural world
Original island-inspired designs carefully and individually handcrafted to provide years of warmth with style.
Unique arrangements of classic rock tunes, with Chuck on vocals, guitar and flute, and Carr on vocals, keys and guitar.
Self-guided tour of sixteen large sculptures on the grounds and the gallery of smaller works.
Noemi Ban, 93, of Bellingham was a young woman when she lost most of her family at Auschwitz. She survived, and has been sharing her story of hope and forgiveness since.
Be sure to attend Jack van Ommen's exciting story of his solo circumnavigation of the globe. This story has all the components of true adventure.
Join Troy Luginbill, Director of the Lynden Pioneer Museum, as he shares unique stories about the lost whistle-stops and company towns in Whatcom County.
Best described as acoustic, soul roots, Brian's message is one of hope and inspiration.