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Enumclaw Artist Tour slated for May 12, features 17 artists
The Enumclaw Artists’ Studio Tours program will take place May 12, giving the public the opportunity to meet local artists, observe their techniques and view and purchase their creations.
Tours will take place between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. The event is free and visitors can begin their tour at any participating studio; all will provide maps for each of the stops.
Seventeen artists will be participating.
Studios taking part include Country Garden Bouquets, Lori Twiggs Studio, Suzanne Popp Studio, Sanger Meeks Studio and Samantha Rheinford Studio. Enumclaw High School’s Hot Shop will feature students selling glass pieces and hand-made objects. The Hot Shop will be open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.Artists Sallie Zydek, Alexandra Haley, Lauri Hillberg and Alice Adams will demonstrate and sell artwork at the high school.
Seven artists will give hands-on demonstrations at the Arts Alive! Gallery. They are Ed Konvalin, Mary Janosik, Pat Doyle, Elaine Lynest, Lorrie Maras and Ken and Lydia Strange.
A link to the project is on the city website – www.ci.enumclaw.wa.us – with a Google map showing site locations.
A schedule of free van rides scheduled for the tour will soon be posted.
Questions about the event can be directed to Gary LaTurner at 360-802-0239.
Sponsors for the event include the city of Enumclaw, Arts Alive! and 4Culture of King County.