About FAS

Studio pic 2014 1

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 stone sculptors, tile makers, jewelers, painters, fabricators of water features and monument makers.


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, 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:

  • JUNE 15: The Ninth Annual Freeland Art Studios Open House. Come by and see what and who is new 11-4 on Saturday, June 15. Stop in and meet the artists and see what’s new and enjoy some refreshments! See more on the Press Release here. 
  • AUGUST 24 & 25: Sue Taves, Lloyd Whannell, Lane Tompkins, Woody Morris, and Matt Monforte will have their studios open for the Whidbey Working Artists Summer Open Studio Tour the last weekend in August, 24 and 25, 2019. 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.

  1. Lewis says:

    We recently opened a gallery across from the Seattle Art Museum. Our
    focus will be on featuring local NW artist. If this is something you
    would be interested in please contact us.

  2. declantravis says:

    Hey what are you guys up to? I’d like to have a look around for original gift ideas.

  3. Lanny Bergner says:

    I want to let you know about a new outdoor sculpture program being administered by the Anacortes Arts Commission and Parks and Recreation. The “Madrona Grove Sculpture Exhibition” will feature twelve sculptures selected through an open juried competition. The deadline for entry is February 13, 2017. A prospectus can be found on the Art Commission website at: http://www.anacortesartscommission.com/

    Thank you.
    Lanny Bergner
    Anacortes Arts Commission exhibition chairperson

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