Gallery Special Events


Historic Oysterville Hosts an Artisan Fair

Long Beach Peninsula, WA


The July 4th holiday begins with a trip to historic Oysterville, Washington. Visit the Oysterville One-Room Schoolhouse where there will be a gathering of local artists selling unique one of a kind items.


The 9th Annual Oysterville Artisan Fair will be June 30, July 1 – 2 from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. There will be three days filled with paintings, pottery, jewelry, photography, metal art concrete and glass. Come meet Rose Power who will be spinning yarn and see the yarn items she creates. Don Perry a metal artists hand cuts each and every item that will adorn your home inside or outside. Two potters will be represented at the fair. Karen Brownlee and Linda Marsh. Look for their functional pots that will enhance every kitchen.

Made right in Oysterville are Harmony Soaps, using natural ingredients and green practices, they create a rich variety of unique soaps. You can buy a dog wash, shaving soap, or even a bar of shampoo that’s great for camping.  Just to the north of Oysterville an artist, Somsri Hoffman, paints pirate ships on boat oars, breadboards and tiles. She is also known for her sea creatures and seabirds.

From Ocean Park, painter Betty Lu Krause illustrates the wild side of the northwest. Ocean to forest she is in touch with nature and captures it’s beauty and wonder.  Bay Avenue Gallery in Ocean Park will fill their tent with examples of art from several different artists. The group will showcase ceramic flowers and birdbaths as well as paintings and prints of local scenes. Special guest Taylor Marye-Baker will be face painting. Taylor, an experienced face painter and entertainer, is new to the peninsula and another example of the exceptional people who choose to live in our unique area.

The Artisan Fair will begin a wonderful weekend on the Long Beach Peninsula. Come enjoy the strong artist community, two historic lighthouses, state parks, and the miles of beautiful beaches. Take the chance to visit the schoolhouse that was built in 1907 and stroll around historic Oysterville founded in 1854.  For more information about the Oysterville Artisan Fair call Bay Avenue Gallery 360-665-5200.

Flowers for the garden

Flowers for the garden



Come visit this special place.

We will have gift ideas for everyone.


We are planning a very busy 2018.


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Richard Lemke Painting


Adult art classes.
Bay Avenue’s talented artists are teaching classes. Each class is designed for everyone to succeed. Whether you are a beginner or expert you will have a wonderful time and create a family heirloom.


Check out our schedule on our art classes page.

Barrel Firing: A group Firing

Come watch the fun with smoke and fire. This event is hosted by Peninsula Clay Artists so there is lots to learn and experience. Feel free to just watch the excitement.

OR you could join in.  For only $25 you can pick a bisqued pot and decorate it with minerals, wire and combustibles. Then you wrap it in foil or tumble stack it for the firing. Refreshments will be enjoyed around the fire. The barrel will be ready to open Sunday at noon. Come create a memory……