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.
Lummi Island Artist Studio Tour
#3 on the Studio Tour
More than 40 artists and craftspeople offering their work at 25 locations for the Lummi Island Artist Spring Studio Tour. Find special treasures for gifting of that special something for your home!
Saturday & Sunday
May 25 & 26, 2019
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Featured artists on the tour:
Professional photographic services, greeting cards and photos of Pacific Northwest and Lummi Island landscapes.
With myth and metaphor, Ann Morris' sculpture speaks of the relationship between Nature and humankind.
"It's important to me to notice this beauty here and everywhere and draw from it."
Sue's handcrafted knitwear for infants and children is both unique and practical.
Original island-inspired designs carefully and individually handcrafted to provide years of warmth with style.
Ingrid McGarry lives on Lummi Island and paints scenes in oil en plein air and finishes them in the loft of her studio in a big red barn on Lummi Island.
Graphic interpretations of the extraordinary mountains, rivers and islands of the Pacific Northwest.
Wire-wrapped jewelry, especially pendants formed from geodes, beach glass, fossils, amber and gemstones.
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
Mary Barstow is a fiber artist, sewing quilted wall hangings, bed quilts and table decor.
A dyed-in-the-wool outdoorsman breathes spirit into heavy salvaged metal.
The craft of indigenous bull kelp which can be found lying fallow on local beaches.
Showing works by several local artists, including paintings, photos, small sculpture, art quilts, cards and jewelry.
Lynn specializes in the Raku firing process which gives the surface of the clay a dark smoky look, creates metallic surface effects and interesting crackle patterns in clear and colorful glazes.