July 11  РSeptember 27, 2020

Presented by Capitol Subaru

10am-4pm daily

 Local artists will showcase their handcrafted pieces throughout the summer, giving guests an opportunity to purchase new pieces for their home and garden! Artwork ranges from smaller, glass-blown items to large-scale, permanent art installations. A majority of the art will be for sale, while some may become permanent installations in the Garden.


Opening Weekend: July 11 & 12

Help us celebrate another year of Art in the Garden on opening weekend and meet the artists while enjoying a complimentary mimosa (10am-noon)! Included with regular Garden admission. Plus, you’ll have a chance to win an overnight Dinner Escape package to the Oregon Garden Resort.

2020 Featured Artists:

Susan Wheeler

Glass Garden

In her McMinnville, Oregon studio, Susan designs and kiln-fires individually crafted glass garden designs that are assembled in a variety of colors, shapes and patterns.

Lorraine Garcy

Copper Field of Flowers

Lorraine has a degree in art education and has studied with metal artists in the US and abroad. She lives in Brownsville, OR and her work is in local art galleries. Nature is her inspiration as most of her work includes flowers, trees or sea animals. Nature’s colors and textures can be used to create wonderful art.

Kay Sims

Portals and Other Shapes

Kay is an artist living and working in Portland, OR. She creates nature-inspired artwork from recycled metals, found objects and old tools. She is inspired by rusty patina and finds pieces of metal scavenged from scrap yards. She is drawn to feminine imagery made with masculine processes.

Susan Murray

Flowers for all Seasons

A resident of Silverton, Susan creates garden-inspired art made with love and grit in Oregon.

Judy Kunkle

Windows to the Garden

Judy grew up in CA and now resides in Lake Oswego, OR. Her degrees include Graphic & Fine Arts with exploration in sculpture, drawing, painting and mosaics. She is inspired by the beauty of everyday objects and believes strongly in reusing and re-purposing materials to make less waste for future generations.

Lauren Wingert

Glass in Bloom

Lauren collected glass, then as a glass dealer she bought and sold glass in antique malls. As her interest grew, she decided to try her hand at making it. “The heavenly city has pearly gates, walls like gems, and streets like glass. I see art made of glass as a sneak peek of things we have yet to see.”

Bud Egger


A PNW sculptor for over 40 years. “It has been said of my work that it contains a strong narrative. Each piece does reveal a story and each story has an infinite degree of source.”

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