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"In the rugged mountains and isolated valleys of North Central Washington state, touching the Canadian border and bounded on the south and east by the mighty Columbia River, lies Okanogan Country.
It is the largest county in the state, but has fewer than 8 people per it’s 5,000 square miles. It’s home to more wildlife than humans, and a rich history and culture that have given rise to something else - art. And a lot of it.
Painters, sculptors, metal workers, jewelers, illustrators, photographers, muralists, and hundreds of others have crafted these rural mountain and valley communities into one of the art world's best-kept secrets.”