Peninsula Driftwood Artists
PENINSULA DRIFTWOOD ARTISTS was established to create, promote and maintain interest in driftwood sculpture, to exchange ideas and to share the LuRon technique.
Peninsula Driftwood Artists meet on the first Monday of each month at the Agnew Friends Hall, located at 1241 N. Barr Rd., in Port Angeles. Meetings begin at 1:00 P.M. Members meet, work and share their expertise in a relaxed workshop atmosphere.
The public is invited to attend meetings to learn about driftwood art from our experienced members.
Peninsula Driftwood Artists was founded in 1969 in Sequim, Washington, by Elizabeth Swanson. Elizabeth trained with Lucile Worlund in the LuRon Method and wanted to bring this art form to the Olympic Peninsula.