We're a center for the arts and all things beautiful in Skagit Valley, Washington.
Carriage Hill Farm is the home of Gerald and Lynne Baron and where we share our passion for art, vintage finds, gardens, interior design, floral design, horses and much more. The Carriage House, built to house an antique car collection, is now the home of an art gallery, an event center, a studio for vintage finds and unique decor items, an art classroom, a wedding design center...and more.
Truth is Beauty, beauty truth, That is all you know on earth and all you need to know.
– John Keats
The Studio at Carriage Hill Farm is open seasonally or by appointment. Cottage weekend rentals available spring through early fall. Call Lynne at 360-303-9129 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carriage Hill Farm sits on a hillside overlooking the Skagit farmland and beyond that the blue waters of the Northern Puget Sound and the spectacular San Juan Islands. Turn from the island view east and you will find Mount Baker sitting firmly on the foundation of the Cascade foothills. On clear nights, the ski areas above Vancouver, BC are clearly visible. Skagit Valley is nearly mid-way between Seattle and Vancouver but retains a thoroughly rural character. Cattle graze on green fields just below the farm and when the potato harvest is over swans, snow geese and ducks of all kinds feast through the mild, wet winter. We're located in Bow, Washington, three miles south of Edison at 9263 Farm to Market Road.
ANNOUNCING: APRIL 2014 TULIP FESTIVAL STUDIO OPENING
We will be open April 11-14, April 18-20 from 11 am to 4 pm (or by appointment). Come and see new paintings by GBaron, Niel Pfundt and Christina Arthur, as well as some fabulous new vintage and unique finds from Lynne Baron's collections (see the video here). An Artist's Reception is set for Friday, April 11 from 4pm to 7 pm. Wine and Cheese. Want a preview of some of the art on display? Go to the Art Gallery under Services on this site.