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Sherry Malotte


Methow Photo Arts Sherry Malotte is a photographer and artist who finds magic in working with animals, nature, abstract imagery and architecture. She often mixes media by adding pastels, pencil, wax or paint to her prints but there is always a photographic element. Sherry employs slow shutter speed and movement techniques to make bold, colorful,… [Read More]

Methow Made

The Methow Valley is home to unique artisanal goods, delicious locally grown and produced food and beverages and products you won’t find anywhere else! TwispWorks’ Methow Made is a program that gives Methow Valley artists, craftspeople, farmers and food and beverage producers exposure to customers who love the Methow Valley and want to support our… [Read More]

Festival director brings ‘wow factor’ to local chamber music


Now in his 10th year as artistic director of the Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival, Kevin Krentz is ever more comfortable with his iconoclastic approach to chamber music. “I have an unapologetically populist bent,” said Krentz. That’s reflected in the music, the performers’ approachable styles, and the incorporation of other components such as spoken word,… [Read More]

Tshirts – Hot off the Press

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Lucky you! We have some gorgeous Methow Arts Merchandise. Please email us first at with your request [size, color, shipping or pick up] $17/Women’s and Men’s Ts. $12/Youth. Pay online via credit card ($18 + $5 shipping fee if desired.) Just email us your request and we’ll send you an online link for payment., 509-997-4004 Tshirts… [Read More]

The Art of Poetry

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In the winter of 2017, Brewster 5th graders participated in a 5-week poetry residency, working with Methow Arts teaching poet Kelleigh McMillan. Students became familiar with “painting pictures with words” and with relating their emotions to the natural world. Each week they experimented with a different poetic concept: simile, metaphor, free verse, stanza, etc. Students wrote poems… [Read More]

Launch Party for Corinna Luyken’s ‘The Book of Mistakes’

May 20, 10am


Every mistake we make has the potential to become something truly uplifting if we can look at it with a little bit of humor and ingenuity. In Corinna Luyken’s THE BOOK OF MISTAKES an artist learns about the creative process and the way in which “mistakes” can blossom into beautiful inspiration in this memorable debut.… [Read More]

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