Thank you to everyone who participated in our Studio Tour in 2020! Due to covid, many things were different and many of us missed seeing customers in person. Thank you for adapting with the changing times and visiting the studios who were open to the public, as well as checking out our on-line sales venues. As always, we are grateful for our Studio Tour customers who have made our tour viable for 39 years. 2021 marks our 40th year and we hope to have all of our artists studios open in person, but we will remain flexible, making the most safe and healthy choices at the time.
We sincerely hope all our studio will be able to be open 2021,
but below is what we did last year in 2020. In any case, during the Tour weekend we invite you to view our studios online and make purchases through our websites. Join us on facebook for Live demonstrations and videos throughout the weekend.
Who was Virtual and In-Person in 2020?
** Thanks to everyone who respected social distancing protocols on our tour. **
M4 Studios: Kirke Martin; Pottery  (#1 on map)
Caprikorn Farms: Alice Orzechowsky: Cheese & Soaps  (#2 on map)
Woodendeavor, LLC: Daniel Rudy; wood furniture (#4 on map)
Kesra's Art: Kesra Hoffman; Paintings (#4 on map)
Jennifer Bernhard Hatfield Pottery  (#5 on map)
Who were Virtual ONLY in 2020?
JRW Creations: Judy Williamson Fiber
Studio 2: Beth Carey Jewelry
Jane Pettit Art: Mosaic Art
Tameria Martinez Clay
Contentment Turnings: Dave Swiger; wood turned items
b. van Gilder Pottery
Who was In-Person ONLY in 2020?
Penguine Forge: Dave Dufficy; iron works (#2 on map)

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