One of the Peninsula’s most prolific and well-known watercolorists, Eric Wiegardt has  generously donated his work every year to this event, and we are privileged to offer three of his original acrylics in his signature “loose” style.

With over 25 years of professional painting and teaching experience, and more than 3,000 students nationwide who have attended his workshops, Eric is in demand as an acclaimed instructor, art judge, and juror.

His art carries a strong sense of the Pacific Northwest, but his content comes from wherever he travels, seen in these three works:  the interior of an antique shop, another from the Nahcotta Oyster Plant, and the third a historic view of the old gas house and smoke house as seen from the east window of his gallery.

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THE ANTIQUE SHOP  24 X 30 watercolor

THE ANTIQUE SHOP 24 X 30 watercolor

GAS PUMP AND SMOKEHOUSE     16 x 20 acrylic

GAS PUMP AND SMOKEHOUSE 16 x 20 acrylic

NAHCOTTA OYSTER PLANT 24 x 30 watercolor

NAHCOTTA OYSTER PLANT 24 x 30 watercolor