FEATURE EXHIBITION
December 2- January 2

Fine Art in the Season of Light
outstanding selections by our gallery artists

Holiday Reception
Friday, December 2 from 5 - 7 pm
during First Friday's at Greenbank Farm

Come join us to Celebrate the Holidays with our Artists and enjoy some great company, delicious snacks and refreshments. We look forward to seeing you!

Robert Adamson  blown glass
Oval Round Vase
Broken Fence Series

Sharon Spencer   Solitude   bronze

Keiichi Nishimura   Life in a Moment
mixed media on silk

Bruce Launer   hardwood cutting boards

Dan Freeman   Rock, Cradled
welded steel, stone

The Season of Light is here, and our gallery artists are responding by showing some of their most exquisite work in the gallery for the next two holiday months.

Included in the gallery’s beautiful displays are fabulous jewelry by three talented Whidbey jewelers, stunning sculptures in bronze, stone, wood and steel, original paintings in a variety of styles and mediums, and some extraordinary fine art glass including handblown, sculpted and fused glass. You’ll also find elegant woodwork, charming encaustics, ceramics and fiber art, fresh witty assemblages and a wonderfully wide array of beautiful art objects sure to delight.

In short, we are proud to exhibit quality fine art for budgets large and small, and for every art lover in your thoughts this season.

Mary Ellen O'Connor
sterling orchid necklace

Barbara Mundell
sterling & garnet bracelet

Tammi Sloan
enamel on copper earrings

Jacob Kohn   Assam   oil on canvas

Anne Belov  Reflecting Brussels  oil on linen

Bruce Morrow  Cantina Jukebox  oil on canvas

Buffy Cribbs  Pepper Planters  acrylic

Kathleen Otley  Totem mixed media encaustic

Kathleen Otley  Totem
mixed media encaustic

Kathleen Otley
Willow Shield

Kathleen Otley Various Birds
mixed media encaustic

Penelope Crittenden  
Kindred Spirit   bronze

Jim Patereau   Disk Vase
welded bronze

Please join us for an opening night reception on Friday, Nov. 4 from 5 to 7 pm during “First Fridays at Greenbank Farm.” All of the Farm’s galleries and shops welcome visitors to enjoy refreshments and enjoy their new exhibits and offerings, all while enjoying beautiful Greenbank Farm. We’d love to see you!

Steph Mader   View from the Forest Floor   fused glass

Katrina Hude   Amber Vase
blown glass murrine technique

 

Peggy Woods  Paddlin' Home  watercolor

Kathleen Frugee-Brown  Alder & Snowberry
oil on canvas - plein air painting

Linnane Armstrong   Ebey's Landing   block print

Francy Blumhagen   Avocet
mixed media

Sandra Whiting & Suzanne Newbold
Handmade Books & Journals

Cyndi Wolfe  Handwoven Silk Scarves and Shawls  

Pam Kueny Taylor   On Better Days
mixed media assemblage

Angie Dixon   Holly  sumi on rice paper

Frances Wood   Northern Flicker  watercolor 

Richard Rhydes  Fall Color  oil on canvas

Rob Schouten    Monkey Business   oil on panel


The rest of the gallery is filled with a rich assortment
of glass, jewelry, encaustics, ceramics, woodwork, sculptures,
paintings and prints from our fine artists.


UPCOMING EXHIBITS

 

To Be Announced


Check out this interview with Rob by journalist/videographer Mark Jaroslaw:

Rob Schouten Gallery is the winner of KING5's 2015 and 2014 "Best Art Gallery in Western
Washington" contests out of 186 nominated galleries!


HOURS AND DIRECTIONS
 

GALLERY HOURS:

May through Sept.               OPEN DAILY 10 - 5

 

Oct. through April                Tues. by appointment
                                            other weekdays 11 - 4
                                            weekends 10 - 5

 

 

Rob Schouten Gallery and Sculpture Garden, a premier showcase for Whidbey Island and Northwest artists, is located at Historic Greenbank Farm on scenic Whidbey Island amid rolling hills and forests offering breathtaking views of Puget Sound and the Olympic and Cascade mountains. Aside from Rob Schouten Gallery the Farm also houses Whidbey Pies Cafe, Greenbank Farm & Wine Shop, Greenbank Cheese & Specialties Shop, Artworks Gallery and Raven Rocks Gallery & Gifts.

Centrally located at the heart of Whidbey Island, just off Hwy. 525 and Wonn Road at the narrowest point on the island, you can’t miss the open fields and red barns. We are just 18 miles north of the Mukilteo/Clinton ferry, or 10 miles south of Coupeville, with ample free parking.

We look forward to seeing you!