Art is a very important décor element at the Inn, and we take great pride in the artists whose works hang on our walls. Read here about these pieces and take the time to view as many as possible during your visit.
Woody's unique style and execution is evident in the six pieces displayed at the Inn. We join with museums, galleries, and private collections all over the country that exhibit Woody's work. View more of Woody's work on his website
As you tour the Inn, look for his paintings in several of our rooms:
Hanging near the patio doors is a watercolor of ranunculus flowers in an array of yellows and reds (pictured above).
Leaf Umbrella Room:
One of our favorites is in this room by the potbelly stove a watercolor of prickly-pear cacti.
A watercolor of a lavender iris hangs over the fireplace mantel.
An acrylic painting of two giraffes (obviously romantically inclined) adds dramatic flair to this room's far wall.
Sonoma Lodge Room:
A watercolor of aspens all shimmering yellows and early spring greens hangs over the bed in this room. (You'll have a hard time believing this one's not a photo!)
contributed two wonderful and colorful landscapes of the Sacramento hills in the bathroom of the Quilt Room
and two great floral additions to the powder room of our common area.
is a photographer working in large format from Oregon. He is one of only a few who do their own printing and a master he is at that. Look for his aspens, the glaciers, the kelp, and that fabulous shot of a storm just breaking over a farm south of Portland. View more of Christopher Burkett's work on his website
is responsible for the incredible photos of the brown bear about to consume the salmon and the polar bear jumping from one ice floe to another. In the bathroom of the Cut Glass Suite
is one of our favorites "Bad Boys of the Arctic." View more of Tom Mangelson's work on his website
photography hangs in the bathroom of the Ivory Room and over the fireplace in the Marbles Suite
. She plucks flowers from her garden, projects a light source through them onto print paper, and creates a most unusual print.