Photo by Doug Plummer

Innkeeper David Campiche is a potter, also. You will find his wares for sale in the inn. His pottery is a meld of Northwest color: red sunsets, the gray of dusk and a hundred shades of sky blue. North Coast Native art has had a powerful influence on David’s sculpture and sense of spirituality. Although busy with the Inn, he has remained true to the clay for over thirty years.

Read about the Anagama Kiln.





Pictured here are some examples of the new Balinese items we are carrying in our gift display area at The Shelburne Inn. Hand carved deer, moose and caribou antler items are expertly carved by Balinese artists. The tightly woven baskets in creative and traditional patterns are also from Bali. Very reasonably priced!

Create your own Shelburne Inn stained glass “window” to hang in your home. Renowned tapestry and needlepoint artist, Barbara Wagner designed this needlepoint flower design based upon the stained glass motif of the Art Nouveau windows that form the front of The Shelburne Inn. The windows, dating from the late 1800′s, were salvaged from a soon-to-be razed church in Morecambe, England. The dimensions of the finished needlepoint are 13-1/2″ x 11″.

Laurie Anderson will hand paint the 10-point needlepoint canvas to order. The kit includes the painted canvas, easy to follow instructions and enough yarn to complete the project. Price: $150 plus shipping and handling. A blank canvas and graphed version of the design are available also for $75 plus shipping and handling. You may call our toll-free number to place an order: (800)INN-1896.

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P.O. Box 250 ° 4415 Pacific Way ° Seaview, Washington 98644
or P.O. Box 96 ° Long Beach, Washington 98631
Toll free (800) 466-1896 or (360) 642-2442

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