Camp MoxyJo’s Events

Camp MoxyJo’s located in Federal Way, WA near Tacoma is not only is a unique place to stay, there are also ongoing events that add to your experience while traveling or vacationing.

First Annual Artist in Residence

FREE Admission – all ages
Resident artist’s will have their work for sale, music, food, drinks, fire pit, smores and much more!!!

Saturday April, 20th at 5pm

Camp MoxyJo’s Believes art is a basic need for humans, just like food, water, and shelter.  We want to assist those creatives that are our very neighbors to make more!  Come bring your groovy vibes, and outta sight inspiration, commune with nature and like minded artisans.

Meet the featured artists

Amelework (watercolor/acrylic) – instagram

Autumn (acrylic) – website | instagram | facebook

Billy (acrylic) –instagram | twitter

Cassandra Kuring (paint, cardboard, fabric) instagram

Deborah Baker (most acrylic and mixed) – website | instagram

Em Oradei (acrylic) – facebook | instagram

Juanita Walker (jewelry (sculpture), and acrylic mainly) – instagram

Julia Josephine (mixed media paintings and sculptures) – facebook

LJ James (oil paint) – instagram

Lady Scribe (film & music) – facebook | instagram

Lynette Mendez (pencil, ink, acrylic, oil, gouache) – instagram

Mary Patton (glass) – website | instagram

Mia Wyatt (Stained glass, painting, printmaking, photography) – instagram

Sara Sutterfield (I dabble in all. I’ve been using acrylic paint lately, watercolor, graphite, freelance journalist, stone cutting, graphic design.) – facebook

Tariana Hendry (Whatever I get my hands on. I make usable art with bath bombs and candles. Visual art – LED & fire poi. I enjoy making macrame and learning shibari. Some abstract painting. I also used a cricut to cut vinyl for silhouettes.) – website

Go into the arts. I’m not kidding. The arts are not a way to make a living. They are a very human way of making life more bearable. Practicing an art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven’s sake. Sing in the shower. Dance to the radio. Tell stories. Write a poem to a friend, even a lousy poem. Do it as well as you possibly can. You will get an enormous reward. You will have created something. ~Kurt Vonnegut