Blooms Winery has been a winery on Whidbey Island since 2003. The winery facility is located in Freeland, and an off site tasting room is open to the public at the historic Bayview Corner just outside Langley. The Blooms Winery Tasting Room is open 7 days a week and includes small plates food service, wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages. The tasting room hosts live music events weekly and shows artwork for local artists. Blooms Winery also has a vacation rental one bedroom suite on the waterfront on Holmes Harbor.
Brackenwood Gallery primarily represents artists who live on Whidbey Island or in the near environs. This community of artists, many of whom are known nation-wide, are expert practitioners of their medium. The fine art work exhibited at Brackenwood is beautiful and tasteful and often includes an element of surprise.
Callahan’s Firehouse is a Glass Studio and Art Gallery in beautiful downtown Langley providing a fine art shopping adventure, espresso, and glass blowing experience. Just about anyone can blow glass; children, bridesmaids, groomsmen, grandmothers, grandfathers, heck the whole family and even those business groups knee deep in team building can take a break and enjoy glass blowing.
Appointments are required for glass blowing. Visit website to make appointment online.
Fine Balance Imaging Studios
Fine Balance Images offers a wide array of design and printing services for fine artists, photographers, and businesses. Services include restoration of and printing of family photos, scanning, fine art prints, business cards, rack cards, brochures, decals for walls, posters, postcards & banners, and much more. Now available – metal prints, wood panel prints, coasters, tiles, and t-shirts.
Island Art Glass
Together, we have been making handblown glass for over 43 years. Our hand blown, sculpted glass vessels convey our delight in working with glass color and form. We make glass giftware, nature-inspired glass for the garden and custom lighting for residential and commercial applications. Handblown Art Glass, Giftware, and Custom Lighting. 2 Showrooms.
MUSEO is a gallery of contemporary fine art located on Whidbey Island, near Seattle. Museo represents top local artists who are regionally and nationally known. Showcasing a wide collection of cutting edge glass art, sculpture, paintings and fine handcrafted jewelry, MUSEO stages new shows monthly in the expansive gallery space.
Port of Coupeville: Greenbank Farm
Whidbey Island’s Greenbank Farm is an historic organic farm with scenic vistas, cafe, locally owned art galleries and shops. Walking trails abound. The Port of Coupeville was established in 1967, located on Whidbey Island in the Puget Sound. Its district includes an area from just North of the town of Coupeville to just North of Freeland. The two major sites of activity for the Port of Coupeville are the Coupeville Wharf and Marina and Greenbank Farm.
Studio 106 is a working studio for three artists, Phyllis Ray, Faye Castle, and Barbara Barry. We all paint in oil currently. Phyllis makes paintings of scenes and buildings in Langley. Faye paints atmospheric landscapes. Barb has been primarily painting animals. We are open whenever an artist is working and during every First Saturday Art Walk. We all also show at Brackenwood Gallery.
The Machine Shop
The Machine Shop offers a classic collection of arcade and pinball machines. These retro machines provide entertainment for the whole family. Located right up Second Street with give or take 25 machines, local artwork on the walls, neon lights, and live music monthly, the Machine Shop is welcome blast from the past.
Whidbey Art Gallery
The Whidbey Art Gallery offers for purchase, high-quality, fine artwork indicative of the “Village by the Sea”, Island Life and the Pacific Northwest themes. Our 37 Local Artists are exceptional offering paintings, photography, colored pencil, printmaking, wood and stone carving, jewelry, glass, metal, sculpture and fiber art. We are unique among Langley’s galleries by offering the opportunity to meet and chat with our Artists daily. Won’t you come for a tour? Open 7 days/week.