Whidbey Art Trail season starts next month

The fifth annual Whidbey Art Trail opens for the season next week.

  • Friday, April 24, 2015 7:40pm
  • Life

The fifth annual Whidbey Art Trail opens for the season next week.

Beginning Friday, May 1, a total of 24 artists and galleries will open their doors to the public, giving residents and visitors alike a behind-the-scenes peek at their processes and work. Participants include galleries, the personal studios of painters, sculptors, weavers, glass artists, potters, and other members of the Whidbey Island arts community, according to a recent new release.

A complete roster of participating artists, galleries and studios, including hours of operation, can be found online at www.WhidbeyArtTrail.com. For studios listed as “by appointment only,” visitors are asked to call ahead to arrange their visit.

Whidbey Art Trail, working in partnership with the Whidbey Island Arts Council, is a non-profit organization promoting the arts on Whidbey Island.

 

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