The Holiday Season has come and gone ~ and our neck of the woods is inching its way towards Spring. At this time of year, I want to thank all of you who so kindly supported me during the 2018 season. It was a treat to see all your friendly faces ~ and I am truly grateful.

It's no secret to anyone who knows me that I LOVE my home town in Eastern Washington. Spokane is a special community blessed with a cozy, friendly small-town feel.

Charming homes, legendary landmarks, beautiful parks in every neighborhood, and lake-filled forests nearby ~ there is SO much inspiration here!

A favorite banner that hangs over the entrance to my art event booth reads, "Give the Gift of Spokane Memories." Folks here in the Pacific NW have lots of those and I am doing my best to honor as many as I can in the friendly "AMERICANA" style.





This page lists my art events and festivals as they unfold throughout the year. NOTE ~ This page CHANGES FREQUENTLY as I add and/or update the information about the festivals, First Friday art openings and more.



PITTYPAT GALLERY (RE-OPENING LATER IN 2020 ) ~ As mentioned above, SPRING is the season when I not only create much of my artwork for the year, but also design items that feature it ~ calendars, journals and puzzles and more.

PittyPat Gallery will re-open later as the 2020 season unfolds. Find more information on my Art Venues page.


Please phone me at 206.406.1409 for more information about available items and to learn about commissioning original paintings and sketches.

V.I.P. MAILING LIST ~ To be on my V.I.P. list (Very Important Patron), please contact me at 206.406.1409 (talk/text).

Twice a year, I send postcards in email format or hard copy via the U.S.P.S. These often feature NEW artwork and share my schedule of Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter /Holiday venues. Frequently, the postcards offer special savings at upcoming art fests and private PittyPat Gallery events.

Find me on Facebook under "PattiSimpsonWardArt."

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The historic hand-carved Looff Carousel was dismantled and stored for months when the recent renovation of Riverfront Park was approved by Spokane voters.

In late June 2018, this glorious gilded gem was carefully reassembled and presented to the public again in its new dedicated park structure. The circular window-filled building is the perfect new home for the merry-go-round. Both Spokane locals and visitors to the area love its beautiful new home.

The Downtown District's vintage Davenport Home Store will offer a selection of 24 of my art cards that revolve with the season. The collection will features well known settings that include The Historic Davenport Hotel, the South Hill Davenport family residence and their summer Flowerfield home on the Little Spokane and the Davenport Fountain at Manito Park; landmarks like the Spokane Club and Review Building; local park scenes from Manito, Cannon Hill, Riverfront, Riverside and Mount Spokane; plus historic churches and schools like Saint John the Evangelist, First Presbyterian, Saint Al's, Lewis & Clark, Marycliff, Gonzaga Prep, old North Central, Holy Names Academy and images of Gonzaga University.

My NEW 5th Edition of Spokane and Washington State perpetual-life journals should be completed by this time as well ~ each filled with 44+ images featuring a different theme each month.


This handsome upscale metropolitan hotel near the INB Performing Arts Center, Spokane's Convention Center and Riverfront Park just opened a Davenport Hotel Home Store as well. Much of the fine merchandise in this sleek glistening shop mirrors much of what visitors will find in the vintage Davenport Hotel on Riverside.

Visitors will find my card rack filled with much the same mix as the vintage Davenport Hotel ~ well-known beloved local settings that revolve with the seasons including nearbu Spokane's Riverfront Park and clock tower, the Looff Carousel, Monroe Street Bridge, the Spokane Club, Review Building, the Steam Plant, historic Flour Mill ~ and more!


NORTHWEST MUSEUM OF ARTS & CULTURE (THE MAC) ~ The collection of fine art cards I have at this gift shop honors Spokane and the Greater Inland Northwest.

My work has enjoyed a home in The Mac Gift Shop since it opened over two decades ago. My art cards feature over two-dozen scenes that revolve with the holidays and four seasons.

The "must see" MAC is a regional museum set in Spokane's oldest neighborhood. Browne's Addition is still filled with many venerable mansions of Spokane's early wealthy. The Amasa Campbell House and others are the outstanding work of Spokane architect Kirtland K. Cutter.

In the late 1990s, the museum added two more contemporary structures and abbreviated its name to "The MAC," short for Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture. The three-building campus includes the main structure for exhibits and gift shop. The second structure is a library with archived historic photography (reproductive services at a nominal fee). The third is the stunningly restored Amasa Campbell mansion ~ basement to attic. The MAC is a "must see" in Spokane.


57TH & REGAL UPS STORE ~ I do a lot of business with this UPS Store as they are one of two local printers that handle most of the commercial printing I can't manage at my own digital studio. This includes a high end machine with expanded technology that creates my canvas reproductions. These are remarkably similar to my original paintings, but produced for a fraction of the cost ~ perfect for patrons who want the look and feel of canvas without the substantial expense a collector would expect.

Like other UPS neighborhood outlets, the 57th & Regal store also packs, ships, faxes, and more. Plus it offers mailboxes for those who want the security of a street address without having their mail delivered to their homes. The staff does a great job meeting his customers' challenges ~ going the extra mile to get the job done right.

You'll find my calendars (when available) and a card rack offering 15 different Inland Northwest scenes that revolve with the holidays and four seasons.


THE SOUTH MONROE ACE ~ Recently under new ownership, the South Monroe Ace Hardware has the largest collection of my fine art cards and magnets available in the Inland Northwest. This grouping includes 200+ local settings featured throughout the year. Over 75-plus of these are images of places in the surrounding South Hill neighborhood!

The 90-card rack revolves with the holidays and all four seasons. In addition to South Hill neighborhood settings, you will find dozens of images from all of over the Inland Northwest including Spokane's Downtown District, historic Browne's Addition, the North Side, the Spokane Valley, the Idaho Panhandle and more.

Settings include prestigious landmarks as well as fun ones like Spokane's milk bottles and the Perry Street Windmill plus both city and State Parks, churches, schools, scenes from Gonzaga University ~ and more!

The display is conveniently located by the store's front check-out stands ~ the perfect place for perusing when waiting for husbands to decide which electric drill, garden tool or snow blower to buy.




NEW locations are "in-the-works" for Western Washington.





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PittyPat Gallery & Studio ~ OPEN LATER IN 2020. If you have questions, please phone for details.

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