Archive for the ‘Artists’ Category

Declan Travis

Posted: November 13, 2014 by Jan Shannon in Artists

Declan Travis works in stone sculpture and fine art/nature photography

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Featured in Whidbey Camano Land Trust Calendar 2017

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Penelope Crittenden

Posted: May 21, 2013 by Sue Taves in Artists

Penelope Crittenden expresses her love of animals and nature in her carved stone sculptures and limited edition bronzes. www.CrittendenSculpture.com

"Nike Redux" British Columbia Chlorite

“Nike Redux” British Columbia Chlorite

Carol Rose Dean

Posted: May 20, 2013 by Sue Taves in Artists

Carol Dean is a licensed tile contractor who specializes in handmade decorative and architectural tile, design and installation in Seattle and on Whidbey Island. Dean Tile creates bathrooms, kitchens, fireplaces, murals and custom tile works for indoor or outdoor use. www.DeanTile.com

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Tom Lindsay

Posted: May 19, 2013 by Sue Taves in Artists

Tom Lindsay Designs specializes in creating interactive water sculptures and exhibits. We have collaborated with institutional, corporate and private entities to make site specific pieces that delight people young and old. Find out more about Tom on his Linked In profile.
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Woody Morris

Posted: May 18, 2013 by Sue Taves in Artists

Waterscapes LLC is a 15 year old Northwest company specializing in indoor and outdoor water features of natural stone to include Waterfalls, Ponds, Streams & Waterwalls of stone, stainless steel & glass.web site watescapes-waterwalls.com
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Sue Taves

Posted: May 15, 2013 by Sue Taves in Artists

Sue creates one-of-a-kind sculptures in stone for a home or garden. She believes that each stone has its own story to tell and the carving process is about discovering that story. For more about Sue visit her website at www.SueTavesSculpture.com.

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Lane Tompkins

Posted: May 14, 2013 by Sue Taves in Artists

Lane produces figurative sculpture, but with a twist. His work is suggestive rather than representational, and uses free flowing organic forms as staging for metaphoric realism.

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