Enjoy The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center
& Webster's Woods Art Park
Image © Laura Alisanne
The semi-circular Webster House, designed in 1951 by innovative Northwest architect Paul Hayden Kirk, sits on the crest of Beaver Hill. With sweeping vistas of the city, harbor, Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Canada's Vancouver Island, the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center presents an atmosphere conducive to observation and reflection. Visitors can also explore Webster's Woods Art Park independently by using the park trails to discover artworks hanging in trees, burrowing in the ground, or camouflaged by the natural beauty of the foliage.
The 2018 Paint the Peninsula prospectus is up! Click here for more information.
Paint the Peninsula is a juried plein air competition beginning its sixth year. The event will be held in Port Angeles, Washington, gateway to Olympic National Park August 18 through 26, 2018. Port Angeles and its surrounding areas include Olympic National Park and have everything to offer a plein air artist from sweeping vistas and soaring mountains to vintage working farms, intimate woods and expansive ocean views. The event is being hosted by and for the benefit of the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center (PAFAC). PAFAC Foundation is a non-profit organization which supports the arts in hosting gallery shows and community art events throughout the year. The PAFAC gallery is located in Webster’s Woods, a five acre woodland area where over 100 sculptures and other works of art live in and peek out of the abundant foliage.