Art Port Townsend – Tony Porto

Tony Porto 

Poetry, photography, and woodcraft

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134 Windridge Road, Chimacum

Artist Demonstration

The studio is located on 5 acres, surrounded by hand-crafted buildings, furniture and garden spaces. The atmosphere compliments 30 years of photography and poetry displayed both individually and in combination. The displays will be shown throughout the studio and the landscaped property. The artist will be on site all day to answer any questions.

Driving Directions

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From Port Townsend:

  • South on Highway 19 towards Chimacum.
  • Take right turn at Chimacum Schools on West Valley Road.
  • Go 2.9 miles to Windridge Road and take right turn.
  • The property is #134 on the right. Follow signs for parking.

Artist Statement

I began writing poetry as a combat soldier in Vietnam and a few years later combined the poems with my photographs.

Through the '80's and '90's I traveled the East Coast to art and craft shows selling my poetry/photo wood plaques and wood furniture. I published Poems from the Mountain and More Poems from the Mountains in 1980 and 1990, respectively. In 2010 Poetry Visions was published. My poetry has been published in the Cold Mountain Review, Treasured Poems of America and Shreve Memorial Library, Poems of the Day.

I think of my poems as "street poetry," simple, close to the soul, and reflective of the spirituality and rocky rolls of this life.

Studio is open by appointment during the remainder of the year.