Sunnyshore Studio broke two of our records for the Camano Island Studio tour: over 1,500 guests visited and we sold over $20,000 of artwork! We are excited about breaking these records for our Studio, but even more encouraged by a number of other things.
We are thankful that the Studio ran so well without its Administrator and Artistic Director
Our Administrator, Jenny Dorsey and Artistic Director, Jason Dorsey, weren’t present for Mother’s Day Weekend (Jason was at the Studio on Friday, but not Saturday and Sunday).
They were in West Lafayette, IN, celebrating the graduation of their son Jacob from Purdue University’s engineering program!
In their absence Jackie Dorsey rose to the occasion. With the help of Jed and Renae, who recently moved from Indianapolis, the Studio ran like a well oiled machine.
We are so thankful for all the artists who helped over that first weekend: Jack and Ann Dorsey, April Nelson, Jed and Renae Dorsey, Melanie Serroels, Amanda Pearson, and Judy Sullivan.
And we tip our hat to Jenny Dorsey who has set up such a great organization that it runs without her presence.
It was awesome to have Jed and Renae at the Studio over both weekends
We are super happy to have Jed and Renae Dorsey on Camano. Jed is a terrific artist and he loves a big party. So he was in his element over both weekends.
Jed built a portable deck, and set up his tent on it. It sat at the entrance to the studio and it worked great.
Jed had to keep painting because his paintings sold so quickly!
We are happy that our artists all sold well
Sunnyshore Studio was built to support the Dorsey family of artists by showcasing their art. We’re very happy to report that the artworks of family members sold well.
Besides Jed, Jack, Ann, Jason and April sold paintings.
Our family of artists Matriarch, Fanny Y. Cory, had great sales as usual too.
Jackie Dorsey even got into the act selling both of her paintings!
We were happy to have three guests artists with us – Amanda Pearson, Melanie Serroels, and Judy Sullivan – and grateful that we had good sales of their artwork!
Last but not least, we are thankful for a growing community of friends, collectors and patrons
Most of all we are thankful for the growing community of friends, collectors and patrons of the Dorsey family of artists. We have people who have supported us since Jack Dorsey launched his professional art career in 1969. We love seeing old friends and making new ones.
One final Thanks to everyone who stopped by our little Studio tucked among the first and cedars on the south end of beautiful Camano Island.
Art Lives on Camano!