Welcome to the League's Gallery located next door to Columbia Bank in the upper village in Port Ludlow

Welcome to the League’s Gallery located next door to Sound Community Bank in the upper village in Port Ludlow


The Port Ludlow Art League Gallery features a variety of artwork by local artists. We are located next to Sound Community Bank, 9500-B Oak Bay Road, Port Ludlow, WA 98365.

As a cooperative gallery for the nearly 100 members of the Port Ludlow Artists’ League, we feature artwork in a variety of mediums created by our members. Stop by for such unique items as original and print artwork in a variety of mediums, as well as photography, pottery, jewelry, glass, fiber arts and cards. The artwork is changed every two months, so there is always something new to see.  

Our hours are 12 noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

 The Gallery reopens January 9 with new artwork, cards and gift items.


Monthly artists’ reception

Be sure to join us from 4 to 6 pm for the Gallery’s “Second Wednesday” reception. It’s a great chance to mingle with the artists and enjoy all the latest artwork from the community. Click on the “Artist of the Month” tab to find out who’s work will be highlighted next. The next reception is scheduled for Wednesday, January 10 from 4-5 p.m. in the lobby of Sound Community Bank and from 4-6 in the Gallery next door. 

Please join us!


Gift certificates

Looking for a unique gift for that special someone and can’t decide? Gift certificates from the League’s Gallery. A gift certificate are available in any amount. There is a fine selection of one-of-a-kind items: artwork, cards, prints, jewelry, pottery, and more. The Gallery exhibit changes every two months, and the gift certificate recipient can spend it down over time just like a gift card.

Art Around Town

The Inn at Port Ludlow ~ Exhibit: “Winter Splendor”

Active Life Physical Therapy — Ken Crawford

Bay Club — Abstract artists

Beach Club Gallery Room — Li Ding-Salopek

Coldwell Banker Real Estate — Virginia Moyer

Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitor Center — Sheila Smith


Stop by these local merchants and admire their walls … and services too!

















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