Featuring artwork by:

Jeanne Hamilton • Di Morgan • Eddi Baird • Karen Leback • Mike Morgan •

Sue Wachter • Vernadel Peterson • John Crocker • Bob Espen • Linda Aitchison •

Patty Misch • Jake Blake • Vicki Brigden • Susan Blubaugh • Dale Baird •

Mary Kohlschmidt • Katie Morgan • Joan Hitchcock • Richard Roth

Also:  Santa Lucia Coffee • Dragonfly Chocolates • Brigden Backyard Honey •

Toledo’s Common Ground Garden plants and a limited selection of Morganic Art Farm Preserves


2018 Vernal Equinox Art Fair

baskets • books • ceramics & pottery • chocolates • coffee & cookies • decorated eggs • garden art • glass • hats & scarves • honey • jams & jellies • jewelry • knitwear • paintings • photographs • pickles & pies • plants • prints & cards • recycled & up-cycled art • soaps & scrubs • wood • wearables

For directions to the Morgan Arts Centre, media inquires or to sign up a student for summer art classes, please CONTACT us online, by e-mail at di@morganartscentre.com or by phone at (360) 864-4278.

    The Morgan Arts Centre was started in 1991 by Toledo school teachers Mike and Di Morgan to provide a home for art and artists in southwest Lewis County.

    Today, the MAC is used throughout the year for art classes and holiday art sales, summer art camps including Camp Picasso and the Children's Theater Workshop, and as a meeting place for non-profit groups including ARTrails of Southwest Washington, Toledo Lions Club, the Toledo Cheese Days committee, Friends of the Toledo Timberland Library and Vision:Toledo.

    The 2,400-square foot center also hosts live music at events like the Vernal Equinox Art Fair and the Big Cheese Toast in the summer. For more art, come visit the Gallery 505 Artist Cooperative, located in downtown Toledo.

The Morgan Arts Centre is located at 190 Plomondon Rd., just north of Toledo, Washington, 98591.

Contact us at (360) 864-4278 or by e-mail at di@morganartscentre.com.

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