Artist Roster

The Spokane Arts artist roster is a searchable tool designed to showcase local creatives and connect them with community members seeking artists and makers. Browse the entire roster to discover a new favorite artist or filter by the type of work you’re seeking. You’ll find samples of their work, a description of what drives them to create and links to check out their website or social media. Use the roster to discover the incredible talent living right here in our community. Please note: the artist roster is a free resource directory to find artists. Any local artist can add their information. The artists on the roster are not endorsed or represented by Spokane Arts. 

In order to foster a thriving creative community where artists can make a living doing their work, Spokane Arts believes in the importance of paying artists. Too often, creatives are asked to provide time, labor, materials, or finished work for free. While most of us wouldn’t ask an electrician, CPA or nurse to provide their professional services at no cost — knowing they trained and studied to gain expertise — artists are often asked to donate their services. Many artists and creatives do choose to donate their time to causes they care deeply about, but to make a living, doing work for free should be the exception, not the rule. We humbly ask you to keep this in mind when contacting creatives on the roster, and know that you can always ask an artist to give you a cost estimate or written proposal to review. Questions? Don’t hesitate to ask our staff; we’d be happy to help guide you. Contact

Are you an artist/maker/creative based in the Spokane region? Submit your information here to be added to the roster.

Madeline Goolie

“My art is a reflection of how I feel at the time I make the piece. I find myself putting a lot of emotion into the pieces rather than outwardly to others. I want viewers to find my work somewhat unsettling, humorous, and maybe even relatable. Over the years I have enjoyed sketching faces with exaggerated features that I like or do not like about myself. I have spent many years developing my moody art style and recently applied it to many different animals in my prints.”- MEG

Pam Kingsley

I am an actress, director and playwright. My current passion is writing for the Theatre and my plays have been produced in London UK and around the U.S., including in Boston, Cleveland, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Louisville, New Haven, NYC, the State University of New York, San Francisco, Santa Fe, and Spokane. My play MOTHER’S DAY was a 2019 finalist for the James Stevenson Prize for Short Comedic Plays and won the “Audience Choice Award” at the 31st Playwrights’ Forum Festival. I had three new works selected for Stage Left Theater’s “Masterpiece Monologues” series and was then commissioned to write and perform a solo piece, SLEEPWALKING, which was featured in Stage Left’s “Empower Festival” and streamed online. SLEEPWALKING was also selected for Irondale Ensemble’s 2022 ON WOMEN Festival’s (NYC) – New Media Library. The play was streamed online and received an “Audience Choice” award. Pam’s plays FINDING MOTHER COURAGE and BOXES were selected for the 32nd Playwrights’ Forum Festival. BOXES won the “Audience Choice Award.” Recently, both THE SITTING and BOXES were produced as part of TheatreWorks Humanity Festival in greater Louisville. MINISTER OF SORROW has been selected as one of three plays featured during the Appalachian Playwriting Festival, Ashville, NC in September 2023. MINISTER OF SORROW will be part of Stage Left Theater’s 2024 Season. Pam holds a BFA in Theatre Performance and MA in Theatre Education. She has taught acting and playwriting throughout the PNW.

Luu Melon

Luu Melon is a Mexican comic artist/writer based in the Pacific Northwest. Born and raised in the Southside of Milwaukee, WI, Melon has been influenced by the urban landscape of their city and its diverse populations. Now as a Washington resident Luu aims to capture many more interesting perspectives in their work. Through an inclination of observation as a way to engage with others, Luu strives to create comics that are rooted in empathy and self-reflection. Major themes in their current work includes issues of identity, class, trauma, and childhood. Luu is currently working on their first graphic novel project, Gray Area, an explorative character study that explores themes of generational abuse and childhood trauma, and how these things can essentially flaw your own sense of self.