FAS (Freeland Art Studios) is a group of twelve working Whidbey Island artists from various disciplines who can be found in one location in Freeland. United by shared workspace and a passion to create, we are sculptors, tile makers, jewelers, fused glass artists, fabricators of giant water features and monument makers.
VISIT THE FREELAND ART STUDIOS GALLERY
We produce original works of art in stone, bronze, metals, clay, glass, mixed media, and water in motion. At our studios you will find fine art sculpture for in or outdoors, tile, clay portraiture, jewelry, leaping and swirling concepts in water, custom designs in tile… all in a working environment. If you’re curious about how art is conceived, planned and executed, come on by and visit with us. To find out more about the individual artists click on the ARTISTS tab.
Come to Freeland Art Studios for these events:
- APRIL 22 and 23, 2017: Whidbey Island Tour for International Sculpture Day. 10- 4. We’ll be participating, along with many guest sculptors, in this event at the Freeland Art Studios. At 11 a.m. the town of Freeland will hold a Grand Opening unveiling of a permanent New Outdoor Sculpture Garden to celebrate International Sculpture Day. The unveiling will take place at the Freeland Art Studios located at 1660 Roberta Ave, Freeland. The general public is invited to join in the planned celebration. The studios will host sculpting demonstrations while participants chat with masters-of-their-mediums in working studios beginning at 10:15am and will continue throughout the weekend. To find out more about this event and other events happening on this day, visit the Sculpture Northwest Gallery at www.sculpturenorthwest.org.
- AUGUST 26 & 27: Sue Taves, Woody Morris and Lane Tompkins will have their studios open for the Whidbey Working Artists Summer Open Studio Tour the last weekend in August, 26 & 27, 2016. Come by for a visit, we’ll be there 10-5 both days.
Located in Freeland. From Hwy 525, 1 block south of the Freeland stoplight turn north onto Harbor Ave. Turn left immediately onto Roberta Ave between Whidbey Island Bank and Wells Fargo Bank. Drive straight ahead past WAIF toward the big open doors with our sign.