Art At The Inn

Offices, Meeting Room, Co-working & Yoga Studio

We are very pleased to be hosting an ongoing art exhibit in the lodge and great room, featuring art works by local Methow Valley artists. Thanks to Theresa Miller for curating each exhibition and to the local artists who have agreed to hang work in the lodge. We plan to change the exhibition with the seasons and the current works will be showing through the summer. All pieces are for sale and you are welcome to drop by The Inn anytime to view. We are currently exhibiting art by Janet Fagan, Patty Yates, Sherry Malotte, and Caryl Campbell

Caryl Campbell lives on 180 acres of forested land in the Methow, which she manages with her husband. She is a keen amateur naturalist, she is fascinated with the reckless abundance and easy death in the natural world. Caryl has been exhibiting her work since the 1970's and has works in many private collections beyond this state and internationally.

Sherry Malotte has been a photographer all her life. While at photography school in 2012 she found her creativity for alternative printing and abstract work. She is also an avid wildlife, landscape and abstract photographer. She uses her images to create mixed media art that incorporates paint, collage and photo transfer. She spends many hours in nature, expecting beautiful things. her goal is that her work will connect viewer with these realms even if only for a moment.

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Janet Fagan has a deep background as an exhibiting artist and art educator. Informed by her love of the outdoors, Janet's practice works to connect people to nature and support organisations advocating for the intrinsic worth of wild lands.

Janet exhibits extensively in galleries across the U.S.. Currently, Janet is a teaching artist for the Frye Art Museum's Creative Aging program, where she leads classes for adults living with dementia and their caregivers.

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Patty Yates started painting in the Methow Valley in 1981 and moved here shortly thereafter. Plein air painting is a constant experience for her. She has yet to meet an aspen tree that she didn't want to paint. She has been keeping track of certain favorite aspen trees and groves for many years. She says it makes her fingers twitch for paper and paint whenever she see these aspens - or any aspens. No telling how many aspens she has painted or will paint

Caryl Campbell
Sherry Malotte
Janet Fagan
Patty Yates