Artists at the Gallery

There are amazing artists in our gallery. Each week they bring in new work, offer classes or work behind the counter.

Bay Avenue Gallery

Bay Avenue Gallery is currently not looking for new artists to represent. At this time, we are using our space to best represent the artists we have already connected to the gallery. We would be happy to take your name and contact information for consideration later.




Bette Lu Krause, aka Auntie Captain Lulabelle (Artist, mariner and wilderness guide)

Bette Lu’s work as an artist and as a shipboard naturalist embodies her passion for and knowledge of wild places.

On the canvas, the bold use of color and the palette knife evoke feelings of mystery, depth and freedom.

In the world, she strives to help travelers witness the mystery and magic of their home planet.

Ms. Krause and her  ever-so-handsome cat make their home near the Pacific Ocean on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula.





Don Perry
Metal Artist

When my job of 18 years (in a local mill) went by the wayside, I decided to use my skills with a plasma cutter and repurpose one of their discarded byproducts (saw blades) in a new direction – art.

The first work was done from saw blades, with a high carbon steel.  When heated the carbon content gives the pieces the beautiful blue colors you see on some of my pieces. I quickly went on to experiment with other metals including copper, stainless steel, and some titanium.

Joy and delight find their way into my work.


Judy Cox- Paper Artist, Collage & Watercolors
I have been designing cards and working with paper arts for over 10 years. I work with a mixed media that includes paper casting of which I create my own molds. I have my work in a number of galleries and shops in Oregon and Washington. I teach paper arts both locally and in Southern California. I also do paper collage & watercolors.
PO Box 1489
Ocean Park WA 98640


Just a few of the artists represented within our gallery.