Camas-Washougal artists to host open studio tour this weekend

Seven artists will open doors to work spaces from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 14-15

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Seven Camas-Washougal artists will open their private art studios to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 14-15, for the inaugural Washougal-Camas Open Studios Tour.

The two day show is designed to connect the community with local artists, allowing the public to experience a variety of creative spaces and see where art is made.

Organizer Liz Pike, a Camas-area artist, said 2020 has created many challenges for artists, with most art events cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“I love sharing my studios with the general public,” Pike stated in a press release about the event. “The Washougal-Camas Open Studios is designed as a self-guided tour for the public to safely visit a half dozen studios and see great art.”

Masks and physical distancing will be required to protect the public and the artists from contracting COVID-19 and to help stop the spread of the coronavirus in Clark County.

Participating artists include:

David Gerton, copper and mixed-media, 2564 N.W. 12th Circle, Camas

Cheryl Mathieson (, oil painting, 2520 N.W. Cascade St., Camas.

Liz Pike (LizPike.Art), oils on canvas, 26300 N.E. Third St., Camas

Kellie Kuter (, paintings, 825 “G” St., Washougal

Suzanne Grover, pastels, 3710 “I” St., Washougal

Charlene Hale, glass and fused/enameled art, 3710 “I” St., Washougal

Shirley Bishop (Studio13GlassArt), art glass fusing, 36311 S.E. Third Circle, Washougal