The Yakima area is well known for its resident talent from great wines to fabulous up-cycled art. YakimaArt.com is designed to direct our area visitors to events and display just a sampling of the talent found in our area. So whether you’re looking for one of the many
in the Yakima and Kittitas Valleys or shopping for your own treasures, art events is the place to be. YakimaArt.com
Ana Li Gresham
Ana Li Gresham Painter I have a passion for the outdoors, and find inspiration at every turn while hiking and exploring in the Cascade mountains.
Becky Melcher Painter The beautiful, open skies and the light days of the Yakima Valley gave me the opportunity to watch and study the effects of light on the landscape. Essentially self-taught, light and tone are the most important elements in a painting for me.
Duane Heilman Painter When painting landscapes, still life, or a portrait, Duane often alters the style of brush work and colors on his pallet to suit the subject. It can vary from fine classical glazing technique to spontaneous impressionism.
Guy Brooke Woodblossom Woodwork Hand carved doors, custom signs, unique furniture and more with a personal touch. Whatever type of wood you chose, you’re guaranteed the best, manufactured to your specifications.
John Barany Lathe-based wood art and sculpture. Carved, textured, engraved, pierced and painted bowls, vessels, boxes….and unique commissions designed specifically for the intended.
Long Arc Art, Doug & Lyn Lewis
Mike Hiler Fired Clay My cups and tableware are approached primarily as sculpture. I strive to create forms that can be functional and establish a personal and tactile connection with users. E-mail Me!
Paul Henderson Fine Art Living in the Northwest, Paul was inspired by nature, the environment, abstract & surrealistic art, and of course coffee!
Randal Leek Wood Sculpture A native to the Pacific Northwest, Randal has traveled throughout the world creating natural abstract forms from exotic hardwoods.
Artebella / Pamela Searcy
Bev’s Beads I love working with beads. The ease and flexibility allow my creations to be one-of-a-kind wearable art.
Deborah Ann There is a vibrant community of fabric artists here who have helped me to push my fabric sculptures into a more painterly style with embellishments and painting on the finished piece.
Jan Crocker Opening the kiln, as many potters will tell you, is very exciting. One never knows for sure how pots will turn out.
Lucy Valderhaug LV Design Jewelry My original artwork designs are made of different types of medium and within each, designs are especially created with you in mind.
Lynda Otey Fiber Art My Fiber Art pieces are hand crafted and one of a kind. Wool fibers felted together are very strong and when paired with silk, even stronger. The process is known as Nuno felting and the end results are amazing!
Pamela Caton Studio K10 My designs are usually 3D and consist of combining polymer clay with beads, gemstones, semi-precious stones, fiber, or other found objects.
Renee Lazorik 2 Blu Hands I love mixing media, especially beads and fabrics. My latest direction adds wire to my ideas and I’ve come up with something completely different.