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It's that time of year again. Spring is in the air, the rain is beginning to fall more often, the days are growing longer. All of this is part and parcel for the Pacific Northwest, but this change of the seasons also means that Mother's Day is right around the corner--and with it, the seventh annual Washougal Studio Artists' Tour! Over the course of the weekend, come stop by almost a dozen locations to interact with local artists, hear about their work, and maybe even pick up some gifts for the moms in your life. It will be fun for the whole family!




Visit the Washougal Studio Artists group website for more information.

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This February, local artists from all around the Camas/Washougal and greater Vancouver area will converge for one afternoon only. There will be artists from every discipline, from textiles and sculpture to paintings and jewelry. This will be the perfect opportunity to find a present for a significant other or to grab something for yourself. Directly buying from local artists means you'll get the best prices for original pieces, taking the guesswork out of your shopping.


No matter what your tastes, there's something for everyone. We hope to see you there!


Artists: although tickets for regular vendor slots are sold out, student vendor slots are available through the Angela Swanson Memorial Student Scholarship. Interested students can click the button below to apply.



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Bring your sketchbooks and sharpen your pencils for this demonstration! Local Camas artist and Guild member, Ariel, will be giving a tutorial on how to draw the human body at the general Guild Meeting on January 23rd. She describes her presentation below:


"Human anatomy is a core skill for any artist, even for those that don't create representational art. Knowing how the body works and moves is an important core skill, just like knowing the elements of art. I'm going to take members through the basics, including common mistakes, how to avoid them, and some valuable resources for poses."

Ariel has a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts with a minor in Art History from Pacific University. She got her start in traditional pencils and inks, but now spends a lot of her time with digital art.


We hope to see you there!


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