The Skagit County Historical Museum is a unique and inviting place to enjoy art in beautiful La Conner Washington. Situated on the top-of-the-hill, visitors can enjoy a spectacular view of local Skagit Valley from this remarkable historical museum. Taking it all in from a deck that features panoramic views of the Skagit Valley is something that must be experienced. Featuring exhibits, tours as well as research and even a museum store, the Skagit County Historical Museum is well worth visiting for locals and tourists alike.
In the Valley of mystic light
One exhibit coming up in particular takes place from October 28th through February 4th, 2018. The exhibit is called: “In The Valley Of Mystic Light” and is based upon the book of the same name by Claire Swedberg and Rita Hupy.
This intriguing exhibition explores a genuinely diverse and unique history of artists who were able to find their deepest and most personal creative inspiration in beautiful Skagit Valley. It also looks at how a small humble community became a place that encourages and fosters a variety of art in general as well as creativity.
The exhibit will feature stories and art by a variety of well-known artists from the local area along with artists from other notable areas. Those planning to visit should take note that there will be an opening reception and book signing from 6 to 8 PM on October 27th. This is a perfect opportunity to meet authors and artists up close and in person. La Conner Seafood & Prime Rib will make available delectable and delicious appetizers at the event. Those looking for added engaging conversation can continue by following the reception at the 1890s lounge for ongoing festivities.
Simply stated, this is one exhibit that you should not miss. The Skagit County Historical Museum proudly announces this feature exhibit for all to come see and enjoy. Become a member of this great museum today and enjoy membership benefits and access to ongoing art exhibitions and shows on an annual basis. In The Valley of Mystic Light is a great way to become acquainted with the Skagit County Historical Museum and all that it has to offer. Click here to learn more.