Ray Glatt donated this century old farm house to
the Woodburn Art Center in
1976 in memory of his late wife and her passion for the arts. The
house has been know as the "Glatt House Gallery." and
home to the Woodburn Art League. Later the League changed it's
name to the Woodburn Art Center
Association. The members are committed to maintain and
provide this house for the appreciation of fine visual arts in
Woodburn and the surrounding areas.
In 1998, the Sindberg Studio addition was added
onto the Glatt House. It provides open studio space for artists
and ample room for the numerous art classes sponsored by the
The Glatt House Gallery is now a profession fine
arts gallery. Each month a different art display features the
work of one or more artists. These shows are designed to educate
and inspire our gallery guests.