Explore the gorgeous murals of The Allgire Project on Whidbey Island.
The Allgire Project is an art collection located in Historic Downtown Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island. It is comprised of gorgeous murals all in one place. Each element in these beautiful murals are a celebration of Oak Harbor’s culture and history.
If you’re planning a trip to Whidbey Island, make sure to include a visit to the Allgire Project in Oak Harbor on your itinerary. This stunning location is bursting with art that’s sure to delight and inspire you. While you’re there, don’t forget to snap a few selfies!
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Where is the Allgire Project?
The Allgire Project murals can be found in Historic Downtown Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island at the buildings at 720 and 740 SE Pioneer Way, with a parking lot between the two.
The Allgire Project Murals on Whidbey Island
Artist: Forest Wolf Kell
Title: Side Eye Seagull
Artist: Lina Cholewinski
Title: Pilot 1.0
Artist: Josie Rice
Artist: Mari Shibuya
Title: Island People
Bert Letrondo, the founder of the Fil Am Association in Oak Harbor, and Florence Brewer, the current president, are featured in this mural. They are pictured in front of two different mountain scapes – a Filipino mountain scape and a Pacific Northwest mountain scape – to show what they have both brought to our community.
Artist: Yvonne Chan
Title: Forgetting & Remembering
Artist, Yvonne Chan, learned that many Chinese-American immigrants settled here in Oak Harbor. However, they faced much discrimination in the early days of Oak Harbor. This mural shows a present-day girl who is learning about her roots.
Artist: Timothy Haslet
Title: Murphy Dock and the Fairhaven
This black and white piece represents Oak Harbor in the 1900’s. Local artist, Timothy Haslet, said, “I have a dream to see this dock rebuilt one day, somehow. Painting this mural was a way of honoring the past and to also plant a seed for the future.”
Artist: Fox Spears
Title: Round Up, the mural
Artist: Ariel Parrow
Title: Dutch Clogs
This mural is a nod to one of the early residents in Oak Harbor who was a shoe maker.
Artist: Nikita Ares
Title: Oregon Berries Magic
Learn more about The Allgire Project
The Allgire Project is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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