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Washougal Art Festival

August 14 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

free admission

The Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance is welcoming back artists and art lovers for the sixth annual Washougal Art Festival. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 14, in Reflection Plaza, 1703 Main Street, Washougal, featuring nearly 20 professional local and regional artists. For a preview of artists and their work, visit the WACA website at www.WashougalArts.org.

Artists are Linda Andrews-Riggs, water color; Eric Berlin, porcelain jewelry; Shirley Bishop, fused glass: Jean Blatner, watercolor and acrylic; Chrissie Forbes, found art and oils; Kayla Rae Friedrichsmeyer, watercolor and ink; Suzanne Grover, pen and colored pencil; Charlene Hale, fused glass; Brenda Lindstrom, oil; Beck Lipp, woodworking; Toni McCarthy, jewelry, Diane Moeglein, fused glass; Liz Pike, oil; Spike Palmer, oil; Karen Roule, silver jewelry; Hiroko Stumpf, watercolor and acrylic; Cyndee Starr, mixed media; Barbara Wright, water color, ink and pencil; and Tom West, acrylic.

The work of local artist Anni Furniss was used as the image for the 2021 Washougal Art Festival poster and advertising.  The piece is called “Love Grows Here” and was inspired by nature walks with her husband, John, and the beautiful landscapes in the area. A limited number of signed 2021 WAF posters will be available for purchase at the festival for a $20 donation. Furness’ work can be seen at https://www.furnissstudios.com/anni.

There will be a raffle and silent auction for works of art donated by participating artists.

Visitors are encouraged to discover works of public art using the art map at http://washougalarts.org/local-art/ which provides locations, artists name and the year for more than 40 installations around town.  Maps will be available on the raffle table at the festival.


August 14
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
free admission
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Reflection Plaza
1703 Main St.
Washougal, WA 98671 United States
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