Fall at the Gallery 2020
News & Updates from the Verksted

Return of Art Walk
Please join us every 2nd Saturday from
6 pm to 8 pm. Stop in, visit with local artists, shop, and take in all the amazing works Verksted Gallery has to offer. We are so happy to be back and look forward to seeing you.

Call for New Artists
Join us! Come by the gallery to pick up an application.
New Artists at the Gallery
Passiko True
Passiko has been creating jewelry since 1978, when she took her first classes in casting. Her love of the art turned into a lifetime fascination and occupation.

Today, her jewelry can be found at juried arts festivals in the Pacific Northwest and at various art and jewelry galleries. Working with handmade glass beads from the Pacific Northwest and sterling silver, her popular Wacky earrings, pendants, pins, and bracelets are fun girly ornaments.

Kathy Barrett
SCUBA diver Kathy Barrett draws inspiration from the mesmerizing beauty of the ocean and its unique inhabitants. Kiln-formed and blown glass pieces are a reflection of the life forms encountered during her numerous undersea dives.

Kathy has a background as a commercial artist, architectural illustrator, interior designer, and fine art painter. Her glass pieces are created by glass blowing, kiln forming, or lamp working--sometimes all three in one piece.
New Works from Our Artists

Harbor Seal – made to sit on a coffee table or shelf. Handcrafted of stoneware and very durable.

by Sue Baldwin

From Patricia Thomas Photography:

Exploring Mt. Rainier is a yearly event for Patricia, who finds hidden gems among the flowers.

Mt. Rainier in watercolors –
The mountain is reflected in Upper Tipsoo Lake in this large painting.

by Skye Loyd

Lighthouse salt and pepper mills
by woodworker Norm Hix
Photographer Dinah Satterwhite shares:
I'm excited to be participating in a virtual online art event – my first! The Bainbridge Island Studio Tour is doing a wonderful virtual event the whole month of December. Check it out: www.BIStudioTour.com. I will have some new items available for sale on the Spotlight page, and I look forward to staying connected to customers in a new format.
From our beautiful Northwest waters, near Sequim: "Blue Water," available as a metal print, canvas wrap, and note cards.

"Take your medicine, it's good for you"

Incense burner
by Pam Sanders

"Blowin' in the wind"

Wet felt pillow top. New pieces made with corriedale and bergdorf wool.

By Linda Prine

Paper quilling

by Sanae Goveas