Jed Dorsey’s October solo art show at Sunnyshore Studio, Radiant Landscapes, will raise money to provide access to art for artistically gifted, low-income youth through Acrylic University’s Access to Art program.
“I grew up with access to art. My dad let me use his studio and his paints, brushes and paper. He was also my main instructor and art critic.”
“My mom was my cheerleader. She made sure I had plenty of art supplies and cheered me on in my efforts.”
“And even as a youth I had opportunity to sell my artwork at family art shows shows.”
“Many artistically gifted, low-income youth have no access like I did. Often schools don’t have the resources to provide quality art instruction, and sometimes there’s none at all. The aim of AU’s Access to Art program is to come alongside these gifted youth and provide two years of quality art instruction through AU’s online platform (worth approximately $800), a backpack full of art supplies (worth approximately $200), and a supportive online art community, ALL FOR FREE!”
Sunnyshore Studio’s Artistic Director, Jason Dorsey, will be leading the first cohort of Access to Art Students. The goal is to launch that cohort in November 2019.
To raise money for these students, Sunnyshore Studio and Jed Dorsey are donating 10% of all art sold at the Radiant Landscape show to fund the first cohort of Access to Art students.
Jed’s Radiant Landscapes show opens Saturday, October 5th, 10am – 5pm at Sunnyshore Studio (2803 S.E. Camano Drive, Camano Island, WA). It runs through Saturday, October 12th, 10am-5pm.
Sunnyshore Studio is thrilled to announce that we are in the final stages of wrapping up a contract with composer Todd Masten. Todd will be doing a song for the upcoming We are Family documentary, and composing the music for Sunnyshore Studio’s brand animation.
Here’s the story of how this partnership came about.
One of the coffee shop “haunts” of Sunnyshore Studio’s Artistic Director, Jason Dorsey, is River Trail Roasters in Redmond, WA.
One day he noticed a guy who had an impressive computer and looked like he was doing some kind of musical composition. Jason went up to him and introduced himself. It was Todd Masten.
Here’s the bio on Todd from his web site:
“Todd began his career scoring public service announcements and television commercials for several companies in the northeast while still attending college. He then moved on to compose exclusively for computer, console and social platforms beginning with Carrier Strike Force by Interactive Magic in 1998. He has since scored over two dozen titles and has moved into both television and film. He recently helped launch Microsoft’s augmented reality device HoloLens as the team’s New Technology Audio Director. To date, Todd has shipped more than 40 million gaming units worldwide, and has completed multiple drama series for web and television along with two major motion pictures.
Todd recently completed his Master’s degree after over a decade of real world audio experience. He previously graduated from Berklee College of Music in 1997 with a degree in Music Synthesis with an emphasis on composition and film scoring. While at Berklee, he studied classical theory and composition while training with the most revered modern jazz talents from around the world. Todd worked in conjunction with faculty and students from Emerson College in producing public service announcements for the state of Massachusetts along with television commercials for major global corporations including PBS, Round Table, and AT&T.
Over the past decade , Todd has worked on blockbuster games for Activision, Disney Interactive, Konami, Lucas Arts, Microsoft, Pixar, Sony, THQ, and Universal Interactive; containing iconic characters such as Crash Bandicoot, Spider-Man, Tony Hawk, Spongebob, and Lightning McQueen. His passion for making great games has led to his involvement with high level game production; often performing multiple roles on any given title.
Todd travels and works between his studios in Southern California and Seattle.”
Jason and Todd got to talking about their work, and Jason mentioned his documentary. He asked if Todd had ever worked on scoring a film. He said, yes matter of fact he he had.
Later Jason checked out Todd’s website and was super impressed with his work. You can check it out here: https://www.toddmasten.com
Jason shared a very rough cut of the We are Family documentary with Todd and asked if he would be willing to work on it, and potentially on a score for the animation of the brand. Todd said he would be!
Jason kept running into Todd at River Trail and eventually over the next month the details got worked out. And that’s how it happened!
Many low-income, artistically gifted youth do not have access to art training, art supplies, and a nurturing artistic community. Sunnyshore Studio is partnering with Acrylic University (AU) to launch AU’s Access to Art program. Through a grant and the support of an Advocate, ten youth will receive two years of art instruction through Acrylic University’s online platform, acrylic art supplies worth $200, and inclusion in AU’s online community of artists.
Check out the introduction video to Acrylic University here:
Many young people have great artistic potential but do not have access to art instruction and supplies. Public education’s focus on the core subjects of math, English and science, and its value of athletics often means that these young people’s artistic potential is not encouraged. The cost of private art lessons and art supplies make the cultivation of young people’s artistic gifts available exclusively for the wealthy. Acrylic University aims to make access to art accessible for young people, especially youth from low income families. Access alone to art instruction and supplies is not enough. These young people need the encouragement and critique, nurture and support of a community for their artistic gifts to flourish.
The mission of AU’s Access to Art program is to provide artistically gifted youth a two-year access to art instruction, art supplies and a supportive art community.
Over the next decade to raise up gifted, successful artists who share beauty with the world by providing the Art for Access Program to over 100 students.
Acrylic University believes access to art instruction, art supplies, and a supportive art community is the key to unlock the artistic potential of young people. Our program is aimed at providing this access to youth 13-22 years of age, and is especially geared towards youth from low-income families.
Art Instruction: Acrylic University provides online instruction in acrylic painting from Master artist Jed Dorsey. Jed’s engaging, encouraging instruction style allows for youth to learn “over his shoulder and through his heart.” Much of what we learn is from watching someone else, learning from them. Acrylic University offers classes beginning with 101, the most basic class to more advanced classes. Because the instruction is on-line, the student can watch the lessons from his/her phone, or a computer at the library or at home.
Art Supplies: Acrylic University ships a backpack with all the necessary art supplies to begin painting. See list below. It also includes a supply list for the student so that he/she can have a guide to purchase supplies in the future. It is important that all of the supplies fit in a backpack because many of these youth live transient lives, moving from apartment to apartment and they need to be able to carry their mini-art studio with them.
Art Community. Enrollment in AU’s Access to Art community immediately connects the artistically gifted youth into a supportive, encouraging community. This starts with an “Advocate” who knows the youth’s potential and pledges to support them in their journey. The advocate is someone who knows the student and is in their lives. It might be a parent, grandparent or guardian, or a teacher. After filling out an application and acceptance into the program, the youth is connected to a multi-generation community of artists facilitated by a “Coach” who provides support, encouragement, and critique.
An “Advocate” identifies a youth aged 13-22 who has artistic potential and on the application form pledges to support that youth in their journey.
The youth applies to
the Access to Art Program. The application includes the signature of the
Advocate. After acceptance into the program, the youth is placed on the waiting
list for an Access to Art Program Grant (see below).
After receiving the
Access to Art Grant, AU (1) ships the backpack of art supplies to the Advocate
who gets them to the student, (2) registers them for the online instruction portal,
and (3) connects them to the online art community.
At this point the
youth is considered a member of Acrylic University and welcomed to participate
in all of the programs of AU including submission of art to the annual juried Acess
to Art (online) Art show (see below).
After the youth
graduates from the two year Art Access program of Acrylic University. They can
choose to (1) continue in Acrylic University by paying the regular fee, (2)
apply for being a AU “coach” and receive the AU instruction as their
reimbursement for being a coach.
Online Art Show
Entering artwork in a show, having your art juried, selling and shipping artwork, and paying a gallery commission are vital steps to grow and to be affirmed as an artist. In Partnership with Sunnyshore Studio, AU provides an online Art Art Show where Access to Art Students can showcase and sell their artworks. A 10% commission on student’s artwork that is sold will be taken to cover administrative and promotional costs of the online art show. Advocates play an important role in this art show by promoting their student’s artwork via social media and with their network of friends, and by helping walk the student through the shipping of artwork that is sold (if shipping is required).
Program Cost and Access Grant
The cost of providing access for one youth in Acrylic University is $350. We are looking for generous supporters who want to help youth have access to art. If you are interested in supporting a youth in the Access to Art program contact Jason Dorsey (see information at the bottom of this link). You can pay for all, or part, of a student’s access to art. The cost is broken down in this way:
$100 = Art for Access “Student Rate” for online instruction
In Partnership with Sunnyshore Studio, Acrylic University is launching the pilot Access to Art Program in October, 2019. Jason Dorsey, Artistic Director of Sunnyshore Studio will be working with advocates to identify ten artistically gifted youth. After the youth have are accepted into the Access program, they will be eligible to receive the Access Scholarship. In October 2019, Jed Dorsey will have a solo art show at Sunnyshore Studio. Sunnyshore Studio is donating 5% of the commission and Jed and Renae Dorsey are donating 5% to raise Access Grants to fund the ten students. In the fall of 2020 show, artworks by the students who are a part of the Access Program will be showcased in an online Art Show.
Advocates are vital for AU’s Access to Art Program. They serve in three
First, the Advocate
identifies a gifted young artist (age 13-22) and works with them to complete
and turn in an Access to Art Application.
Second, once the
student receives a grant, AU ships the backpack and art supplies to the youth.
The Advocate ensures that the youth receives the art supplies.
Third, the Advocate
supports the student as they showcase their work on the online Art Show
including (1) sharing the student’s participation in the online show via social
media and with his/her network of friends, and (2) helping youth ship artwork
to purchaser if this is required.
August 15, 2019: Applications Due
September 1, 2019: Art Access Pilot Program Members Announced
October 2019: Jed Dorsey Art Show and Art Access Fund-Raiser
November 1, 2019: Pilot Program Begins
October 2020: Paintings of Access to Art Pilot Program Members online Art show
The following art
supplies will be provided for Access to Art Students along with a backpack to
carry them in.
Tubes of Paint (warms and cools of primary colors, plus gray, white and black)
Paint box (for holding
Sta-Wet Palette – mini version)
Set of 10 brushes
Set of 6 pencils with
Note: Students and
advocates will need to provide water buckets for cleaning brushes, and paper
towels (or rags). Hair dryer and hydrogen peroxide are optional (used for
helping Sta-Wet Palette stay fresher for longer).
Applying to AU’s “Access to Art” Program
We are only taking 10 students in the pilot Access to Art Program.
Applications must be post-marked by August 15, 2019 (or e-mailed by August 15)
Applications will be evaluated in the order in which they arrive.
Youth who are not admitted into the pilot program will be placed on a waiting list.
If you would like to apply for the pilot Access to Art program, please request an application by sending your name and e-mail address to Jason Dorsey. You can contact him via phone at 317.209.6768 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunnyshore Studio is thrilled that $22,000 was raised to replace the cedar shake roof on Dad and Mom’s home through the auction of Jack Dorsey original art! A composition roof with underlayment, plywood sheeting, and tear off will cost 13K. A metal roof with underlayment, plywood sheeting and tear off will cost 19K. With the 15K matching grant we hit our goal!
We could not have done this without the overwhelming support of Jack and Ann’s family, friends, patrons and collectors. We are so thankful for you! Here are some of the highlights of the “Jack Dorsey ‘Raise the Roof’ Silent Art Auction.
Rich C. got the ball rolling
One of Dad’s dear friends and golf buddies got the ball rolling. He purchased #110, “Foothills”, not for the “take home price” of $200 but for the remarkable sum of $2,500 because, as he put it, “I want to see you get that new roof, Jack!” Rich’s purchase got us off to a great start. We’re so thankful for his support.
Thomas Dodgson kicks the ball forward
In researching the installation of the original cedar shake roof in 1984, we noted that many of Jack’s nephews had helped out. One of them, Thomas, Tom or “T.S.” as he is known by the family, was away from home at the time and not able to help.
However, this time around Tom said that he wanted to help. And he did, in a big way. He bought two at “take home now” price and bid on TEN MORE. Tom was outbid on many of these ten, so he came back and bid on four more paintings. He ended up with quite a few paintings, and really helped get the ball rolling.
I love many of the paintings TS chose, but this one in particular, “White as Snow” is really special!
Arnold Palmer Painting Bid
Jack is a big golfer and the painting above with Arnold Palmer and colleagues at a big golf tournament is a prize and joy painting of Dad’s. He likes to tell how it took him 100+ hours to paint all the people! Deidre, a recent friend and collector of Dorsey artwork bid on that painting.
By June 15th, The opening Saturday we were 1/3 of the way to reaching our goal!
Big BBQ and Concert
On the second Saturday, June 22, Sunnyshore Studio held a big, free BBQ and Blue Grass Concert by The Day Brothers.
Special Thanks to the Day Brothers
It was great to have David, Daniel and John Day and two other band members in concert. Their Bluegrass music is fun and engaging. More importantly, as nephews of Jack Dorsey it was extra special to have them!
At the end of the night we did a quick sum of the painting purchases and bids and were able to celebrate that we were now over 15K. We had hit our goal and still had one week left!
Last Big Push
The last week was crazy. Lots of bids on paintings, and new paintings being bid on. Somehow Jenny Dorsey kept track of it all, and hosted the show with her usual poise and grace!
And in the end, when all was tallied up, $22,000 had been raised. Again, thanks to all Dad’s family, friends, collectors and patrons. Without you this would not have happened. We weren’t able to keep up with all the painting sales and pictures. But here’s a few!
On Saturday, July 13th, Jason Dorsey is organizing the second annual work party at his parent’s home on Camano Island, WA (2772 SE Camano Drive). Work will begin at 9:00am. We’ll break for lunch and wrap work up around 2:00pm. After this whoever wants to stay is invited to an afternoon playing on a beautiful Camano Beach (2:30-5:00pm) and BBQ dinner at Sunnyshore Studio (2803 S.E. Camano Drive).
You can come for any part of the day you would like!
Last July, Jason Dorsey held the first big work party. A great crew helped out. We split and stacked wood for the winter, dug out and filled a drainage ditch, cleaned the shake roof, weeded the flower garden, pulled ivy and lots of other stuff.
Here are some photos from last year.
Afterward working we played at Inverson Beach, making a huge raft.
If you plan to attend the work party let Jason know (email@example.com) so that he can plan food accordingly!
The JACK DORSEY “RAISE THE ROOF” SILENT ART AUCTION fund raiser is off to a great start with a $15,000 matching grant pledge. A person will match whatever is raised through the silent art auction of Jack Dorsey’s paintings up to $15,000.
The money raised will go towards replacing Jack and Ann’s cedar shake roof with either a metal or composite roof. We estimate the cost of this roof replacement to be approximately $30,000 [we’re waiting on the bid itself]. This matching grants makes hitting our $30,000 target seem more feasible, especially when Jack Dorsey’s original artwork will be starting at such amazing prices!
GREAT PRICES on Jack Dorsey originals
Jack Dorsey’s original paintings typically sell for over $1,000. But one time only, for this silent auction, you have the chance to purchase his beautiful watercolors and original oils for much less. In fact, some of the paintings that will for sale during the silent auction start for as little as $50. In fact, many of the frames cost more than where the paintings are starting!
You will discover the full range of Jack Dorsey’s art legacy:
Sunnyshore Studio will also be open on Saturday, June 22 and Saturday, June 29 from 10am-5pm. All bidding ends on Saturday, June 29, 5:00pm PST.
Great Reception: BBQ and Bluegrass concert featuring the Day Brothers
To celebrate Jack Dorsey’s art legacy and to raise money to “raise the roof” Sunnyshore Studio is hosting a “first come, first served” BBQ dinner and bluegrass concert on Saturday, June 22, 5:00-7:00pm. We’re planning to have enough BBQ for the first 100 people, after that pickings might be slim.
We’re thrilled to have Jack’s nephews, the Day Brothers, putting on a free Bluegrass concert for Jack’s family, friends, collectors and supporters. The concert will begin at 6:00pm.
The Day Brothers, David from Portland, OR, Daniel from Vinita, OK, and John from Longbranch, WA love singing songs that are rooted in Bluegrass, Country, Southern Gospel and Americana genres. Having grown up in the Stanwood/Camano Island/Mount Vernon regions, all 3 of the brothers have written songs that were formed by events in life – so you will find songs from our region in their repertoire. “Stillaguamish River Waltz”, “Lover’s Lane”, “Gonna Come Sweeping Through” are examples of their lyrical mastery meeting engaging melodies that help make a concert by The Day Brothers a wonderful experience.
They are passionate about their music, and you will enjoy the repartee and musical intensity that the brothers bring to each concert. Their 2019 summer concert tour of the Pacific NW will feature 3 different guest musicians to augment the guitar, mandolin and upright bass provided by the brothers. Reed Stutz is an accomplished musician attending Berklee College of music, and he will be playing guitar and mandolin. An amazing Banjo player Seth Wiggins from Portland, Oregon will be traveling with the Day Brothers in the first half of the tour. The second half of the tour will feature Josey Toney, an amazing fiddler who is also a student at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. For dates and locations of the 2019 summer tour, or to purchase CDs , go to www.TheDayBrothers.com
Great Cause: Replacing Jack and Ann Dorsey’s Cedar Shake Roof
Money raised through the silent art auction goes to a great cause: replacing Jack and Ann Dorsey’s cedar shake roof. This roof was installed in 1984 by Jack Dorsey with the help of his kids and their cousins (and a few friends).
Sunnyshore Studio has an audacious goal: to help Jack Dorsey raise $30,000* through a silent art auction of Jack’s original watercolors, oils and acrylics. This money will go towards replacing the old hand cut shake roof installed by Jack and his family and extended family back in 1984. [*This is an estimate of cost to replace cedar shake roof with composite of metal roof. We are waiting to get bids back from Jim Spane of Spane Building to determine financial goal]
Here’s the story…
Jack and Ann Dorsey, and their son, Jason,moved to Camano in the fall of 1969 and into their current home in the spring of 1970. The house had no water, plumbing or electricity at that time.
Jack began to work full time as a professional artist, as well as to start fixing up the old home. He got an old cast iron furnace from Bob Crow that he used in the basement for heat, and bought a Monarch wood stove for the kitchen for $25.
In the early 1970’s Jack asked Dan Garrison at his real estate office (now Windermere near the Country Club) if he could cut wood for his stoves from his logged off land south of Camano Hill road, now Michael Way, and Dan agreed.
When cutting wood, Jack discovered old growth cedar stumps all over and he concentrated on cutting 24 inch bolts of cedar (blackened by fir). He hauled load after load home and made a huge pile of cedar bolts knowing they would make cedar shakes in the future. He often brought Jason along with him for this work.
In this photo you can see the bolts that were used to make the cedar shakes. Jed Dorsey is hard at work picking up some of the kindling to start a fire.
In the 1970’s and early 80’s, Jack and Ann shingle roofed house had lots of leaks. In 1984 Jack had an addition built on the house.
That is when he started splitting shakes with a tool called a “froe.” It had a wooden handle at right angles to a steel blade used to cut through cedar bolts. He would use a draw knife to smooth the shakes into a taper, but generally every time he cut a shake, he would turn the bolt which gave a natural taper to the shake.
Jason, and his siblings April and Jed, helped a lot with the making, shaping and installing of the shakes to the new addition and original home in 1984.
There’s some fun photos that Mom found. Like when Jason is nursing a hand bloody with blisters from the hard work.
And this one of Jason and Jed collapsed on the ground, resting in the sun, after the hard work the roof.
What is TRULY REMARKABLE about the photographs we’re found is how many other members of our extended family as well as friends helped out on this project. It is rather quite remarkable how many folks Jack Dorsey was able to rope into the project!
Jack’s nephew Bruce Dodgson helped out!
Here’s a photo with T.S. and Bruce Dodgson helping out!
Doug Dodgson got in on the project too! Here he is helping Jason carry a sky light.
Even the younger cousins got involved. Here’s some photographs with nephews/cousins Derek and Ethan Dodgson.
Of course, Jack Dorsey was the mind behind the project and the master roofer that moved it all along.
He has always been a hard, hard worker. His kids and nephews learned from his example.
So it felt familiar when in July of 2018, Jed and Jason and his sons Jacob and Julian worked on the roof. Cleaning the fir needles off and replacing old shingles worn thin in the weather. Jack even got back up on the roof a bit. But his boys told him to stay on the ground and provide support. After all, he was 78 years of age at the time!
In working on the roof they discovered that many of the shingles were showing their age and that the old cedar shingle roof that had protected the home for 34 years would probably need to replaced in the next couple of years.
Raise the Roof Silent Art Auction
The Jack Dorsey “Raise the Roof” Silent Art Auction is taking place over three Saturdays in June: June 15, 22, and 29, from 10am-5pm. It will be held at Sunnyshore Studio: 2803 S.E. Camano Drive, Camano Island, WA.
Jack will have many of his watercolors, oils and acrylics at very affordable prices. Here is a great chance to get a Jack Dorsey original at a great price and help Jack “raise the roof” one more time!
Reception and Concert
On Saturday, June 22nd at 5:00pm Sunnyshore Studio will host a BIG BBQ, first come first served. We’ll have food for 100 people. At 6:00pm we are excited to host a Bluegrass concert by the Day Brothers.
If you can’t attend the silent auction in person, you can bid online through the link provided below. The rules of the silent auction are listed here.
Sunnyshore Studio participated in our fourth Camano Studio tour. Our first year was in 2016. Our space wasn’t finished. We hung art on the exposed studs. It was a joy to showcase our family of artists.
That joy continued for the opening weekend of the Studio tour in 2019. We Besides showcasing family of artists that spans five generations, we also had five guest artists and sold a lot of art!
As always the best part of the tour is seeing friends, and connecting to collectors and patrons. We are super thankful for their friendship and support and patronage over the years. It helps us do what we do. We made up this little video to thank them, and to give you a picture of our little studio tucked on the south end of Camano Island.
For example, high school friends Harry Baird and his wife Maria, and Todd Bonnifield and his son stopped by for an afternoon.
A man who had purchased Jason’s artwork back in the late 1980’s at the Stanwood Camano fair (helping put Jason through college!) stopped by to visit and talked to Jason about a commission to go above his mantle. How amazing is it to have built connections through art that last through the decades.
Another neat story happened to Jason. He was rummaging around at his desk when a woman stopped and was looking at his children’s books and original illustrations for them. They struck up a conversation and Jason told her that he had gone to Stanwood High School. She asked if he knew her nephew Tom Hamilton. Jason said that he and Tom had been classmates, played football together and were friends.
“Matter of fact” he said, “Tom is in this book that was just released.” He opened it up to the back pages and showed her a photo of Tom and himself dressed up in Camo and face paint and headed out to the woods on the fateful night of the story. It was an amazing moment, and a reminder of how very small our world can be at times!
She bought two books, one for Tom.
Jennifer Kelly, who was Jason’s English teacher at Stanwood High School visited the studio with another teacher, Brenda Taylor. Jennifer bought one of the original illustrations! Jason is very thankful for her nurture and support over the years. Brenda bought one of Jackie’s paintings (if memory is correct).
Speaking of Jackie Dorsey, she had a very successful opening of her studio. She painted for sweet watercolors, that her dad helped her frame. And they were sold by noon on Friday!
Dismas Smith of “This Coffee Life” roasted a special Sunnyshore Studio coffee at Dark, Medium and Light Roast and did pour overs for people to taste the coffee. It was so fun to have Dismas a part of this show.
We are honored once again to open our doors to so many people to share the beauty of Camano Island and to build community through art!
Sunnyshore Studio is excited to have four guests artists featured at the popular Camano Island Studio Tour. Meet one of our guest artist and Camano treasure, Liz Hamlin.
Liz is an outstanding artist and person. She has led the Camano Art Association’s mentoring program at Stanwood High School for years. Recently she has been working on large watercolors painted of her neighborhood, views that she sees on her daily walks.
Sunnyshore Studio: How long have you been doing art? Tell us something about your journey in art?
Liz: Over many years of making art my love of watercolor continues with passion.
Sunnyshore Studio:What kind of art do you do? Why do you enjoy this medium?
Liz: I focus on non-traditional subjects; aerial views, monks, or broken glass were all subjects over the years.
Sunnyshore Studio: What are the joys and challenges for you as an artist?
Liz: My greatest joy has come from creating art unlike any I have seen elsewhere–color patch, a hard edged technique, the flower girl series combining figures and flowers or a two part piece for the viewer to walk between. Convincing the viewing public that watercolors are serious art is an ongoing challenge.
Sunnyshore Studio: Why are you excited about being a part of the Studio Tour at Sunnyshore this year?
Liz: I am delighted and honored to be showing at Sunnyshore Studios with the Dorsey family of very accomplished artists.
Camano Island Studio Tour Info
The popular Camano Island Studio tour is a five day event that brings over 7,000 people to visit the 30 some studios and galleries on Camano Island and Stanwood.
It takes place on Mother’s Day weekend, Friday, May 10 – Sunday, May 12, and on the following “Encore” weekend, Saturday, May 18-Sunday, May 19.
Participants visit the homes, gardens, studios and galleries of the art colony on our beautiful Island. You can learn more at the link below.
Sunnyshore Studio was a decade old dream of Jason and Jenny Dorsey to showcase their family’s art and share the beauty of Camano.
It came true when Jason connected with his old high school friend, who also happens to be the president of Spane Building, Inc. Here’s the story of how their dream came to be a reality in partnership with Jim Spane and his team.