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About Camano Island
Imagine a peaceful island surrounded by deep blue water and covered with ever green fields where one in every hundred inhabitants is an artist. Such is beautiful Camano Island, Washington! This Pacific Northwest island, situated in Puget Sound just across a bridge from Stanwood and only an hour's drive from Seattle, is home to water color and acrylic painters, sculptors, glass blowers, pottery makers, mixed media artists, photographers and almost any kind of visual artist one can think of. In fact, these 40 square miles boast more artists per capita than the island of Manhattan, and that's quite a feat. Camano Island is truly what an artist community should be.
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|Each piece is uniquely hand crafted from dichroic glass and fused in my kiln. No two pieces are alike. When I create each of my designs I also decorate the backs. My motto is, "You gotta look good whether you're comin' or goin'".|
|Jeffrey Zigulis makes masks in his studio on beautiful Camano Island, Washington. His masks are finished in several different styles, Dream Masks, Japanese Paper Masks, Totem Masks, and Money Masks. His site will let you meet him learn about his work.|
|Patricia Resseguie is a fine art fiber artist creating 2-D and sculptural work. She currently works with sewing thread as a medium, using free motion embroidery to create the work.|
|Paintings in oil on canvas, hand carved ceramics and fine prints from watercolors. Themes reflect on the interconnectedness of forests, birds and water and human nature art. Thompson art is inspired by dreams and journeys into nature.|
|I am a painter, horseback rider and a fair to middling piano player. I have always been an artist—I sold my first blue ribbon, award-winning painting when I was about 13 years old at the Missoula County Fair in western Montana.
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| My abstract paintings are a visual interpretation of emotional energy. Many appear to be surreal landscapes. In my gyotaku printing only an impression of the fish is given. My intention is to create images that have a viseral impact on the viewer.|