ART STUDIOS & GALLERIES

The natural beauty of the Darrington area inspires a variety of local artists.

Gene Boyd

Phone: (360)436-1164 | Email: geneboyd@hotmail.com

Realistic bird carvings that are featured at galleries in La Conner and Port Townsend – see his work online by visiting his Etsy shop.

Gold Hill Pottery

530 Clear Creek Rd, Darrington, WA, 98241 Phone: (425)971-9591 Email: teribwitch@yahoo.com Artist Teri Ronnin creates unique pottery pieces that connect with nature.


True Original Art

Phone: (360)962-5821 | Email: hollycannell@gmail.com

Artist Holly Cannell creates abstract art, ornaments and original acrylic painting since 1990 – see her work on-line by visiting her Etsy shop.

Charlie Duncan Photography

Phone: (425)780-5584 | Email: Charlie@cduncanphoto.com

Artist Charlie Duncan captures stunning photos of nature, the whimsical, and capturing memories of you and yours.

Gordy Beil’s Art

Phone: (360)436-0711 | Email: btwo.gtoo@gmail.com

Artist Gordy Beil, who is influenced by such artists as Michelangelo, Da Vinci, and Dali, enjoys experimenting in a variety of methods including block printing, mono-print, and found object constructions to name a few.

Sauk Mountain Pottery

50303 Hwy 20,Concrete, WA, 98237 Phone: (360)853-8689 | Email: smtnpottery@gmail.com

Artist Stephen Murray uses waste wood from area industries to fire his kiln and he is known for mountain scenes, vibrant wildflowers, and deep textured pottery and porcelain pieces. Nicola Pearson, Stephens wife, is a published author, playwright, and actress. Her first novel, How to Make a Pot in 14 Easy Lessons, is available at Sauk Mountain Pottery.

HISTORY

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Cow Parsnip
The Latin name Heracleum is very appropriate for this plant as it truly does grow to Herculan proportions, sometimes up to 10 feet. You will find Cow Parsnip starting to bloom in the Darrington, Washington area in later June along roads where there is full sun and seepage and growing in profusion on glades as the snow banks begin to melt. Goat Lake
and Peek-A-Boo Lake are good places to see Cow Parsnip.

May – June

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