Old Alcohol Plant Inn

310 Hadlock Bay Road

Port Hadlock WA 98339


© 2019 by Old Alcohol Plant Inn

art gallery

The Old Alcohol Plant Gallery 


 Our mission is to exhibit artwork that celebrates life: through deep investigation of mediums, through environmental and social themes, and through community involvement and emphasis on sustainability.  The Old Alcohol Plant Gallery and Inn, supports Bayside Housing & Services. With the goal to strengthen our community through housing, advocacy, and human services that support social and economic independence — “Hospitality with a Mission”


Open every day of the week from 9 am to 9 pm. 


Interested in showing your art here? email: gallery@oldalcoholplant.com

Now Showing!

Art Wright’s photographs venerate the sublime in everyday moments through his graceful and masterful relationship with silver process of film and paper and an equally reverent ability to capture people, places and moments around the world. The Iconic, a solo exhibition of Art Wright’s black and white photography is up from February 2 to March 22, 2020 at the Old Alcohol Plant Gallery, located in Port Hadlock, Washington. Art Wright maintained two careers, as a professor of photography and film, primarily at Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho, and as a television video journalist in Portland, Oregon. He has had numerous one-man photographic exhibitions in the United States and one in Germany. As a filmmaker he produced the 1972 film, Brett Weston: Photographer," distributed currently in a digital version. Wright currently lives in Portland, Oregon and continues to travel and work on photographic and video projects.

Previous Show

Salish Sea Art Exhibition

Artists of many trades, a fisherwoman, a musician, biologists, conservationists, activists, lovers of woods and water, they share their art related to the ocean and human’s impact on the Marine Biome. Featuring Jessica Randall, Cheri Kopp, Kristian Brevik, Nick & Kendall Mann, Rose Drummond, Tom Jay, Sara Johani, Jill Bliss, Adrianna Santiago, Heather Gordon and Maria Melito.

Exhibition runs from November 24th, 2019 until January 26, 2020