Grand Opening: Celebrate the Relocation of This Award-Winning Gallery to Langley

Posted in Community News, Visual Art

Rob Schouten Gallery is truly excited to add more than 30 fine local and regional artists to the art-enriched community of Langley on South Whidbey Island. The gallery dovetails beautifully with Langley’s ethos on promoting itself as a city of arts and sculptures and as a magnet for creative people and people who appreciate the arts.

“We represent art we love and artists we love,” said Victory Schouten. “Many of our local artists are currently not represented in Langley, so this move will greatly increase their visibility and further diversify the city’s cultural offerings.”

The gallery will move into the iconic 1923 bank building on the corner of First and Anthes, and later this summer will open its new outdoor sculpture garden.

The relocation of the Rob Schouten Gallery and Sculpture Garden is made possible by generous contributions of the community and patrons of the gallery. Funds are being raised through a GoFundMe campaign.

Rob Schouten Gallery proudly represents these fine artists

Robert Adamson, Linnane Armstrong, Anne Belov, Francy Blumhagen, Buffy Cribbs, Penelope Crittenden, Andie Dixon, Dan Freeman, Kathleen Frugé-Brown, Joan Govedare, Annette Adrian Hanna, Dan Ishler, Jacob Kohn, Bruce Launer, Steph Mader, Alexandra Morosco, Bruce Morrow, Barbara Mundell, Keiichi Nishimura, Mary Ellen O’Connor, Alex Olsen, David Ossman, Kathleen Otley, Jim Patereau, Richard Rhydes, Rob Schouten, Tammi Sloan, Sharon Spencer, Pam Kueny Taylor, Lloyd Whannell, Cyndi Wolfe, Frances Wood, Peggy Woods, Angèle Woolery and Al Zold

Media include

Painting, sculpture, glass, jewelry, encaustics, ceramics, printmaking, woodworking, fiber arts, and mixed media

Grand opening

The artist’s reception takes place during Langley’s First Saturday Art Walk, May 6, from 5 to 7 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.

Rob Schouten Gallery, a premier showcase for Whidbey Island and Northwest artists, is located at 101 Anthes Avenue, Langley, at the corner of First and Anthes. The gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For further information, call 360.222.3070 or email

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