The Wenaha Gallery showcases Pacific Northwest artists as well as other nationally recognized artists.

Throughout the year, we host artist shows and events to introduce our artists and their art works.

The following is a collection of some of our current featured artist. We encourage you to get to know more about them and their artwork.

Tunisian inspired necklaces by Pamela Good Walla Walla
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Exotic Tunisia & Walla Walla Wine Country -- The Jewelry of Pamela Good

They're called souks -- marketplaces or commercial quarters in Western Asia or North Africa, and most of us know what they "feel" like by imagining ourselves in the Indiana Jones movie, Raiders…
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Eclectic and Diverse -- The Paintings of Todd Telander

Flexible. Adaptable. Supple. While these sound like requirements for a CrossFit athlete, they aptly describe the attitude of an artist, specifically, Todd Telander of Walla Walla. The painter…
Conversation fish james christensen wenaha gallery
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Seriously Fantastic -- The Art of James Christensen

He was whimsical. He was serious. He painted religious themes. But his trademark image was a floating or flying fish, often on a leash. He knew his Shakespeare. And he celebrated his Everyman,…
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Painting In the Zone -- Nature and Wildlife by Pamela Claflin

Pamela Claflin loves to paint with friends, even though once she gets the brushes out, she stops talking to them. Upon entering "the zone," Claflin focuses on the task at hand and the scene in…
Bronze, silver, ruby, and moonstone necklace by Rachelle Moore, guest artist at Wenaha Gallery
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Bright, Shiny Jewelry -- The Corvidae-Inspired Art of Rachelle Moore

Crows, ravens, jackdaws, magpies -- while members of the Corvidae family are notorious for raucous dissonance, they also possess a captivating charm that invites jewelry maker Rachelle Moore to their…