10th annual Spring Studio Tour on Whidbey Island
Whidbey Working Artists present the 10th annual Spring Studio Tour from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday March 7-9 on Whidbey Island. (Note that the tour runs concurrent with the famous Penn Cove Musselfest in Coupeville.)
This free, self-guided tour features 25 artists at 17 working studios/venues. Most artists will be demonstrating during the tour, providing insight into the creative process and techniques.
Hang out with working artists in their studios on this tour around Whidbey. You’ll learn firsthand the inspiration and process that go into each artist’s work, while enjoying many scenic island views as you go from artist to artist.
A brochure with map and artist information is available online at www.WhidbeyWorkingArtists.com. Printed brochures are available on the ferries serving the island.
Whidbey Working Artists seeks to inspire and educate the budding amateur artist and provide awareness to the community of the skills available locally from its members.
The group was formed in 2004 to bring together the Whidbey artist community and to promote a studio tour to be held each spring.
Now in its 10th year, Whidbey Working Artists includes artists representing a variety of media including painting, photography, encaustic, woodcuts, print, pottery, glass, sculpture, fiber, jewelry, wood, metal and multimedia.
Visit WhidbeyWorkingArtists.com for more information.
-Edited by Beacon staff