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Greater Whidbey Island

This content was prepared by Whidbey Life Magazine (link) Read WLM in print or online for comprehensive and current features, blogs and news concerning Whidbey Island arts & culture and island living!

Island Shakespeare Festival offers a professional classical theater experience in an enchanted locale. Whidbey Island is a magical place where artists of all kinds congregate and where nature offers some of her most thrilling spectacles. Plein aire painters and photographers are mad for the island’s bucolic settings on Whidbey's beaches, farms and prairies. This 55-mile-long island is a thriving artists’ haven with stunning views at every turn, and hundreds of visual artists have made their homes here. The town of Langley is a magnet for art and artists of all sorts.

Whet your appetite for the beauty of Whidbey with this article about the work of some of our plein aire sketchers who capture iconic Whidbey views.

Saturday Morning on First Street oil on canvas by Phyllis Ray photo courtesy of the artist
Frosty Trees along Coles Road (Langley) photo by Susan Scotts





Whidbey Island

This content was prepared by Whidbey Life Magazine (link) Read WLM in print or online for comprehensive and current features, blogs and news concerning Whidbey Island arts & culture and island living!

Island Shakespeare Festival offers a professional classical theater experience in an enchanted locale. Whidbey Island is a magical place where artists of all kinds congregate and where nature offers some of her most thrilling spectacles. Plein aire painters and photographers are mad for the island’s bucolic settings on Whidbey's beaches, farms and prairies. This 55-mile-long island is a thriving artists’ haven with stunning views at every turn, and hundreds of visual artists have made their homes here. The town of Langley is a magnet for art and artists of all sorts.

Whet your appetite for the beauty of Whidbey with this article about the work of some of our plein aire sketchers who capture iconic Whidbey views.

Saturday Morning on First Street oil on canvas by Phyllis Ray photo courtesy of the artist

Frosty Trees along Coles Road (Langley) photo by Susan Scotts
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 360-331-2939 or email
July 14-September 3,
Shows Thursday through Sunday at 6:00,
(matinees at 1:00 Saturdays in August).
Island Shakespeare Festival is located at 5476 Maxwelton Road, Langley, WA 98260 (MAP)
Mailing address:
PO Box 1262
Langley, WA, 98260
Click HERE for the performance schedule.