Shopping online is the perfect way to keep art in your life while many retail stores are closed. Let’s support our local artists through their online shops, understanding that shipping may be impacted by the COVID-19 Outbreak.
The following are LOCAL ARTISTS who sell their work and services online. You can also find more regional artist information and work HERE on our ARTIST PAGES
Artists, please contact us to be included @ email@example.com.
Bethany Ridenour, Bristle and Stick
Hand-crafted brooms with materials gathered from our local hills and forests, created with traditional methods
Betsy Cassell-Thomas, Intertwined Designs
Hand-crafted, organic, eco-conscious clothing for men and women, made in Mazama and designed to make you feel good on the inside and outside.
Bob Burns, Wreath Palace
Specialty wreaths made of quality preserved and dried natural foliage
Albums and singles, including the recently released “Mesmerica” from Danbert, Kira Wood Cramer, and The Axis of Dissent
Cocobolo shaving brush, one-of-a-kind from the lathe
Large and small scale paintings, and custom signs and murals for your business. Featuring inspirational banners for your community during the pandemic.
Emily Post Pottery
Handcrafted bowls, cups, mugs and other functional ceramic items.
Illustrated children’s books, many featuring the wildlife of the Pacific Northwest and Beyond.
Ginger Reddington, Ponderosa Studios
Paintings inspired by the natural beauty of the Methow Valley, with depth, movement and jewel-like quality to the color that make them truly unique. Commissions welcome.
Grace Ashford, Grace Ashford Designs
Intricate jewelry rooted in the combination of metal and stone.
Jenni Tissell, Weathered Soul Jewelry
Hand-crafted jewelry, clothing, bags and belt buckles with a cowboy vintage feel
Watercolor paintings reflecting the wilderness around us. She hopes that her work will inspire people to be outside and to see and feel the wildness that is all around us and that we are part of.
Jessica daCosta, Copper Maiden
Intricately designed, hand-made copper weather vanes
Joanne Marracci, Marracci Designs
Jewelry hand-fabricated with unique stones
Kevin Nielsen, The Lumen Naturae
Specializing in Saffordite, widely known as Cintamani Stones and lovingly handcrafted silver and crystal jewelry
Laura Gunnip, Fireweed Print Shop
Small batch one-of-kind hand printed items
Lauren Souza, Ramble and Roam
Handmade jewelry for the eclectic and free-spirited, that gives off a boho witchy vibe.
Using dry pastel, Laurie strives to capture its spirit combining the visual, sensory, and emotional environments in her work. She is inspired by her love of the Methow, and is a member of the Winthrop Gallery.
Lidija Kamansky Photography
Fine art nature and landscape photography, available as prints or wall art
Lindsey Martin, Esoteric Odyssey
Organic, wild-crafted, earth friendly incense blends
Mandy Shoger, Foxtail Pottery
Hand-made, print-inspired pottery, including mugs, bowls, dinnerwear and jars
Illustrator of The Monster Books of Jokes, a compilation of silly jokes. Also creator of unique journals.
Michelle Brouwer, Wild at Heart
Silver necklaces, earring, and bracelets created with precious metal clay.
Intricately hand-fabricated botanical and stone jewelry
Patrick Hannigan, Nice Nests
Functional, species-specific nestboxes for birds, bats, and mason bees
Original watercolors and prints, lessons and gift cards
Perri Howard, Velocity Made Goods
Unique drawing, painting and sculpture, and online art classes
Phoebe Rudd, Bitterroot and Brass
Earrings, hair pins, and nose rings designed, strung, stamped, and finished by hand
Masterful plein air and studio paintings inspired by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest
Robin Doggett, True North Letterpress
Hand printed letterpress stationery & specialty paper items, including cards, journals, and books.
Sarah Jo Lightner, Glitter and Grit
Jewelry deeply rooted in symbolism, positive energy and above all else love.
Shaila Yován Tenorio, Far Wild
Original paintings expressing the knowledgeable and free relationships with all animals
Encaustic paintings created with multiple layers of fluid beeswax, tree sap and pigment.
Tania Gonzalez Ortega, Art by TEGO
Original multimedia artwork, a combination of acrylic, pencil, colored pencil, spray paint and chalk pastel on canvas.
View samples of work by local artists – contact the gallery to purchase
We are updating this list daily. Artists, please contact us to be included in this list @ firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find more regional artist information and work HERE on our ARTIST PAGES
ARTists, need assistance? Methow Arts is open and our employees are working remotely to assist our ARTists, ARTs & Cultural organizations, students & parents, with free resources, application assistance and advice.