Arts & Artists
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Fort Klamath and Rocky Point Areas
Kori Guy is an American Indian painter and potter who incorporates traditional stories into all of her art pieces. South of Fort Klamath, on Hwy 62 near Hwy 422. (541) 810-8858.
Gardens of Joy. Joy teaches and designs stained glass and jewelry in her Rocky Point studio. Visit her nursery for a large selection of native and acclimated plants, trees, & shrubs. 26621 Johnson Dr., Rocky Point. (541) 973-3956 and on Facebook.
Jim Snook is a regular contributor to Trailer Life. His humorous posters, prints, calendars, and books are popular nationwide and are available at Rocky Point Resort and at Discover Klamath Welcome Center.
Quilting Sisters A friendly country quilt shop with free classes and over 2,000 bolts of quality fabric. Extensive selection of 30s & 40s reproduction fabrics as well as hand-made quilts and quilt tops. 26654 Rocky Point Road. CALL FOR HOURS. (541) 356-2218.
JoansGarden’s Knitted Creatures Knitted creatures, lace shawls, scarves, hats and custom knitting orders. Fused glass pendants, vintage items.
Master Carvers Cindy Lewis and Mark Holland create realistic bird and floral carvings with over 85 years combined experience. View by appointment only. (541) 601-7670.
Origami Designs Barbara Turner creates Origami art, and offers workshops for adults and children. (541) 274-9092.
Perrin’s Past & Present LLC. Treasure hunt in Hwy 97’s best variety store. “It’s like a museum with things to buy.” Outside vendors on Summer weekends. 27600 Hwy 97 N. (541) 892-6543. Email: email@example.com. Open Wednesday – Monday. Hours listed on Facebook.
FootePrint Art Judy creates artistic photography with a little of her spirit in each picture. Visit her website to view her portfolio. (541) 533-3144.
Native Dragonfly Stained Glass Call Karen for info on custom pieces, large and small. (541) 591-5736.
Snowbird Originals keys câikâas (Snowbird) is the Indian given name of Klamath Tribal Member, Taylor Tupper, who paints native designed shirts, jackets, and hats. (541) 891-3686.
Two Rivers Art Gallery & Gift Shop This all-volunteer gallery and gift showcase features 70+ talented local artists, who regularly rotate in new artwork. Heartfelt artworks are in full supply, all at small-town prices! Jewelry, paintings, wood, pottery, needlecrafts, quilts, photos, homemade jams and jellies, honey and much more. Chiloquin Community Center, downtown. Visit the website for artist bios, photos, and info on classes, clubs, and events. (541) 783-3326. SUMMER HOURS Tues-Sat 10-5. WINTER HOURS: Tues-Sat 11-4.