Our beautiful historic building originally built as a Marshall Strawberry barreling plant and now commonly referred to as "The Artworks Building," is located at 11 Pt. Lawrence Road in the hamlet of Olga, WA. just one and one-half miles south of Moran State Park on Orcas Island.
The Olga Strawberry Council owns the 75-year-old historic Strawberry Barreling Plant building that now houses Artworks Artists Co-op along with the James Hardman Upstairs Gallery and soon Danté Miller's Lascaux Restaurant.
COMING SOON! LASCAUX RESTAURANT
the artworks is open 11-4, wed-sun
check their websites for changes.
The building is home to an extensive collection of works by 46 Orcas Island artists and craftspeople beautifully displaying their paintings, prints, jewelry, pottery, sculpture, glass, wood, fiber and wearable art for sale to those who visit.
The first thing you'll notice when you enter the building is the delicious smell coming from the Lascaux kitchen, so don't be surprised if you need to wait a bit before being seated. Luckily, the cafe is housed within the Artworks gallery, so there is plenty of distraction to help pass the time!
Lovingly restored and maintained by the Olga Strawberry Council, the building has evolved from a thriving Marshall Strawberry barreling plant in the 1940s to what it is today welcoming visitors from all over the world. Learn a little bit about its history.
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