The Northwest Pastel Society was incorporated in 1988 as a nonprofit dedicated to promoting pastel as a fine art medium through juried exhibitions, workshops, quarterly newsletters and meetings. Members enjoy sharing knowledge, learning new painting techniques and passing on published information.
The Confluence Gallery in Twisp, Washington is a destination gallery providing seven invitational exhibits each year and a variety of classes and events. It is a successful, non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting the arts and education in the Methow Valley.
"The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust envisions a community that conserves and cherishes our land, our water, and our way of life - now and for generations to come - through voluntary land agreements, education, partnerships, stewardship and well planned growth." (from the CDLT web site)
"IRIS serves as hub for a community learning network that advances the development of sustainable rural communities and natural resource-based economies by helping to inspire, integrate and grow innovative ideas and projects across North Central Washington." (from IRIS web site.)
Eastern Washington pastel artist and internationally known glass artist.