Grays Harbor Art Galleries on the Washington Coast

Olthough sand and waves are good reasons to head to the coast, there’s more to Grays Harbor than just a beach! We have an incredible mix of artists who find in our beautiful corner of the world their muse for fantastic creations. Take a trip to any or all of these places to find a piece that speaks to you. As a bonus, the art galleries are a great place to hang out when the weather turns and it’s too cold to walk on the beach. Check out these Grays Harbor art galleries on the Washington Coast.

Aberdeen Arts Center

200 W Market Street, Aberdeen

The Aberdeen Art Center is a large 8,500 square foot building that serves as the arts hub of Aberdeen. Here, local artists present their creations, hold classes and more. The building includes two art galleries – Alder Grove Gallery and Mother Crow’s Studio & Gallery – as well as other organizations like the Friends of Aberdeen History Museum and PNW’s Adoor Project, to name a few. -ones. It’s a wonderful place to look for local art of all kinds or to learn how to create your own art. For more information, visit the Aberdeen Art Center website.

Elton Bennett Showroom

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Elton Bennett was a screenprinter from Washington in the 60s and 70s. A lifelong native of Grays Harbor, he created beautiful screenprints of the area – his love letter to his home. Now his daughter, Barbara Bennet Parsons, hosts events to showcase her father’s incredible work. You can also buy reproductions. The showroom is open by appointment only. Make an appointment by calling 360.532.3235. Find out more about him, his work and his upcoming shows at Elton Bennet’s website.

opal art glass

1232 1st Street, Cosmopolis

If you like the look of blown glass, don’t miss the Opal Art Glass Studio & Gallery at Cosmopolis. Amazing art is everywhere…even on the gallery lights! Johnny and Darlene Camp have run the studio and gallery since 2001. Their exquisite pieces will become a focal point in your home. For more information, visit the Opal Art Glass website.

an artist stands by his paintings at the Fusions ART Gallery
Since 2004, Fusions ART Gallery has supported local artists from Grays Harbor to Ocean Shores. Photo courtesy: Fusions Art Gallery

Fusions Art Gallery

834 Point Brown Avenue NW, Ocean Shores

Since 2004, Fusions ART Gallery has supported local artists from Grays Harbor to Ocean Shores. Like all galleries, you’ll see something new every time you enter, making it a must stop when heading to the Washington Coast. You can even meet the current artist(s) during your stay! For more information, follow the Fusion ART Gallery Facebook Page.

The Ocean Shores Gallery

849 Point Brown Avenue NW, Ocean Shores

Just down from Fusions ART Gallery is another art gallery in Ocean Shores that is home to the non-profit North Beach Artists Guild. The Ocean Shores gallery is part of the guild’s outreach program and features local artists. You will often see artists working in the gallery, who are there to share their process with visitors and create a personal experience for each individual by viewing their art. The guild also has a workshop and a studio. For more information, visit The Ocean Shores Gallery website.

Tom Rossow standing next to one of his paintings on a wall
The Tim Rossow Art Gallery in Ocean Shores not only displays his work, but other artists from the area. Courtesy of Tim Rossow Watercolors & Associates

Tim Rossow Watercolors & Associates

171 E Chance at La Mer NE, Ocean Shores

Tim Rossow is a watercolourist who calls the Washington Coast home, although he also enjoys traveling the world, painting landscapes wherever he goes. His art gallery in Ocean Shores not only displays his work, but other artists from the area. Here you will find many watercolor pieces, but also other mediums. For more information on Rossow, visit his websitefor information about the gallery, follow him on Facebook.

Sandphifer Gallery

58 Main Street, Pacific Beach

The Sandphifer Gallery is an art gallery in Pacific Beach that features fun driftwood sculptures and designs created by artist and owner, Karin Malzan Phifer. She also has unique jewelry and other small items and makes great gifts. For more information, call 360.276.5029.

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