As summer yields to fall, artists are invited to celebrate the beautiful post-harvest landscape from the perspective of the Cottonwood neighborhood.  A number of homeowners are making their yards available to artists who would like to paint, photograph, sketch, write about, or otherwise take design inspiration from a vantage point that mixes our valley’s agricultural roots with the grandeur of the Blue Mountains.  At this time of year, you may see hawks circling and swallows darting, as well as pheasants, quail, or even coyote, deer, or other wildlife.


If you would like to participate, simply come and check in at the Welcome Point located at the corner of Wenaha Drive and Coyote Ridge Drive in the Table Rock Neighborhood off Cottonwood Road.  You will be given a list of addresses where homeowners are welcoming your participation, as well as rules and safety reminders.  Accessing private property including surrounding fields is prohibited.


For more information, please contact Marilee Schiff at 509-301-7647.


  • Occurred Saturday, September 7th, 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm


Marilee Schiff