Confluence Gallery and Art Center presents the 17th Annual Methow Valley Home Tour “Building in the Land of Sun and Snow” featuring homes and cabins that balance practical and environmental demands with designs that mirror the unique beauty of the Methow Valley.
The Methow Valley is a land of weather extremes with temperatures reaching over 100 degrees in the summer and dropping well below 0 degrees in the winter. Building beautiful and functional homes in this environment is a challenge for architects, designers and builders.
This 17th Methow Valley Home Tour features designs that balance the practical demands of this unique environment with aesthetics that mirror the natural beauty of the Methow Valley. The homes on this year’s tour distinctly display a sense of place.
Confluence board member Loy Young says this year’s tour plays on the quintessential aspects of the valley. “Reflecting the beauty of the Methow Valley, these nine homes have a sense of place and offer a diverse selection of unique designs.” Young wanted to focus on the diversity of the Methow Valley with her choice of homes on the tour. “From the “cabin the woods” to the
ultra modern house, this year’s Home Tour is extraordinary.”
Tickets: $25 per person or $20 per person for car pools of four. Tickets with a tour map go on sale at Confluence Gallery July 30 – August 4th. Tickets with a tour map go on sale at Mazama Country Store August 4, 9am – noon. Tour goers can also purchase tickets at Brown Paper Tickets online, at the Gallery or over the phone (509) 997-ARTS (2787).
All ticket holders must pick up a tour map and wristband at Confluence Gallery or Mazama Country Store in Mazama.
Contact: For additional information call 997-2787 or firstname.lastname@example.org