Welcome to the Touchet River Valley!

Art Galleries




117 Main Street, Waitsburg
(509) 876-1264
Amo Art is a contemporary art gallery presenting works of art by local, regional and national artists who have shown a commitment to their art form.

Pump House Studio

421 Fields Gulch, Waitsburg
(509) 337-6381
Featuring original Western and wildlife art, giclée prints and cards, Jackie Penner’s paintings reflect the strength of her feelings for the horses, wildlife, people and landscape of the true west.

Gallery at the Weinhard

231 E. Main Street, Dayton
(Located just off the lobby of the Weinhard Hotel)
Open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily
Featuring the award-winning watercolor art of Dayton native Jill Ingram and pastel work by Monica Stobie done on handmade bark paper. Jill Ingram can be reached at (509) 382-4034. Monica Stobie is at (509) 382-4096

Wenaha Gallery

219 E. Main Street, Dayton
(509) 382-2124
Shop with confidence at a full-service, fine art gallery specializing in fine art and custom framing. Visit a unique gallery showroom or enjoy purchasing online from the virtual gallery 24/7. Experienced consultants will assist you in finding art and designing framing for your home or office.

Blue Mountain Artists Guild

Delany Annex, Dayton Library
111 S. Third Street, Dayton
The Blue Mountain Artists Guild, with members of all ages from throughout the Touchet River Valley, displays their works in frequently updated exhibits. The artist and contact number of each artist is displayed. The exhibition is open during library hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10-5, Tuesday and Thursday from noon to 8 p.m., and Saturday 10-2. For more information about the Guild, contact Meredith Dedman at (509) 382-2372. To contact the library, call (509) 382-4131.

Steve Henderson Fine Art

102 Deer Pond Lane, Dayton
(509) 382-9775
Steve Henderson is known throughout the nation for his fine art oil landscapes, seascapes, and figurative work. Many of his pieces capture the beauty of the Touchet River Valley. Studio tours are available.

Sun Lizard Studio

712 Wolf Fork Road, Dayton
(509) 382-2045
“Raku” is the Japanese word for Robbie Zimmerman’s process of firing pottery using combustibles