We’re just getting into the holiday season, and a time of giving gifts. While the digital age seemed to spell the death of print books, beginning in 2014 a significant turn-around took place. Apparently, looking at a screen just can’t replace the experience of sitting in a comfortable chair and holding a book and reading […]
- Whidbey Art Gallery Celebrating 25 Years!
The Artist-Owned Whidbey Art Gallery in Langley is celebrating its 25th Year Whidbey Art Gallery owes its beginnings to Paul Schell, who built the Inn at Langley. In 1992, Schell approached Moe Jerome and asked if he could create an art space nearby that visitors would enjoy touring. Before Music for the Eyes opened next […]
- Thriving art school and studio in Langley
Cary Jurriaans originally created her Fine Art Studio in Fall City, but today the studio is flourishing on Whidbey Island. Officially known as Whidbey Island Fine Art Studio (WIFAS), the school offers a range of drawing and painting classes including still life, figure and landscape. The classes and workshops are small and provide opportunities for […]
- Langley Meets Tech: Screen Printer Turns Shirts into Works of Art
Everyday, Mike Johnson makes a ten minute commute to his shop in Langley, Washington — Frontrow Creative — to turn shirts into works of art. Johnson uses a process called screen printing, which involves using screens to transfer images to materials, such as fabric or paper. Over the past four years, Johnson has designed shirts […]