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Enchanting and Eclectic Jewelry

Wenaha Gallery 219 East Main Street, Dayton, WA

Magical, fanciful, enchanting, eclectic. Felice Wiens’ jewelry celebrates both beauty and bewitchment, and her signature faerie and butterfly wing necklaces, bracelets, earrings and more transport the wearer to a world that is marvelous and extraordinary. The Dayton, WA, artist incorporates semi-precious stones of heralded healing properties, as well as symbolic charms, into her colorful and… Continue Reading Enchanting and Eclectic Jewelry

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Wild and Remote Pacific Northwest Landscapes

Wenaha Gallery 219 East Main Street, Dayton, WA

We live with a lot of noise and stress. That’s why the paintings of Joan Eckman, celebrating the wild and remote landscapes of the Pacific Northwest, speak to our hearts and souls. The Yakima artist creates both plein air and studio artwork of places that inspire us to breathe deep and deeply contemplate.

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Character Dolls from Polymer Clay

Wenaha Gallery 219 East Main Street, Dayton, WA

Whimsical, engaging, and intricately detailed: the polymer clay character doll sculptures by Nancy Gresham invite you to take a long, slow look and enjoy the smile. The White Bird, ID, artist’s quirky and imaginative people inhabit a magical and charming world, whether they’re fishing, hunting for mushrooms, or sitting in the doctor’s office.

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A Hidden World in Stone

Wenaha Gallery 219 East Main Street, Dayton, WA

She takes rocks that people walk on and teases out entire worlds that live within them. Richland artist Valerie Woods describes her macro-photographic images of stone surfaces as “treasure hunts with God,” in which she finds and reveals images of everything from people and animals to seascapes and forest landscapes. It’s a journey of discovery,… Continue Reading A Hidden World in Stone

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Cowboy and Rodeo Art

Wenaha Gallery 219 East Main Street, Dayton, WA

His name is Rowdy Barry and for more than 30 years he has worked as a bullfighter in the rodeo circuit. Capturing that world in original pastel paintings, Barry brings to life the action, movement, and excitement of the world of rodeo. Through September 12, Wenaha Gallery is featuring this Kennewick cowboy artist’s boisterous, yet… Continue Reading Cowboy and Rodeo Art

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Memorable Moments in Nature

Wenaha Gallery 219 East Main Street, Dayton, WA

Photographs capture moments and allow us to hold them in our hands. Burbank photographer Valerie Stephenson keeps a constant eye out for these fleeting glimpses of time, and records them for posterity in her quiet, contemplative images of nature.

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Wild, Wilderness Landscapes

Wenaha Gallery 219 East Main Street, Dayton, WA

On those days when we can’t get out into the wilderness but dearly wish we could, fine art paintings by Denise Gilroy come to the rescue. The north Idaho artist, who creates with a palette knife and oil paint, captures the majesty, silence, remoteness, and peace of the Pacific Northwest landscape.

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Wenaha Gallery Closing

Wenaha Gallery 219 East Main Street, Dayton, WA

It is the end of an era -- a most satisfying era, but an ending nonetheless. Just shy of celebrating its 29th year in business, Wenaha Gallery in Dayton is closing its doors September 30, so that the owner can move forward to new adventures with family and friends. As a thank you to customers,… Continue Reading Wenaha Gallery Closing

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Cake All Day

Wenaha Gallery 219 East Main Street, Dayton, WA

It’s Cake All Day at Wenaha Gallery in Dayton, WA, as September 30 marks the last day the gallery is in business. Owner Pat Harri, who is pursuing new adventures with family and friends, invites customers – longtime and first time alike – to visit, enjoy a slice of cake, browse the walls, and reminisce… Continue Reading Cake All Day

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