Saturday, September 29, 2012


I will be participating in the Durango, Colorado two weekend Open Studio Tour.

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October 13/14 & 20/21
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Durango | Bayfield | Ignacio

Mark your calendars and make plans to tour 33 artists studios in Durango, Bayfield and Ignacio, Colorado during the 4th Annual Durango Open Studios tour & art sale on Saturday & Sunday, October 13/14 & 20/21 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Visit our website to read more about the artists, see ouronline Tour Guide & Map and download a tour map to plan your art routes for two great weekends!

Our Studio Headquarters will host Open Doors - A Taster Exhibition of  Durango OPENDOORSOpen Studios - an on-going exhibit of all participating artists' work atDurangoSpace, 1221 Main Avenue in Durango beginning October 10 - 31. The opening reception is Friday, October 12 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Be sure and stop by and view the artists' work, pick up a a copy of the Tour Guide & Map and check out scheduled artists demonstrations throughout the Studio Tour weekend! 
D U R A N G O O P E N S T U D I O S participating artists
Marge Barge | Milt Beens Nick Blaisdell | Diane Brandt Robert Bridges |Cindy Coleman Kasey Correia Sandra Cushman |Barbara Edidin Mar Evers Adam Field Paul Folwell Jan Goldman Jonas Grushkin Lee Heesoo Trefny Dix & Bengt Hokanson Mariah  Kaminsky Louden Kiracofe |Rebecca Koeppen | Heather Leavitt Martinez | Mary Ellen Long June McCartney | Meg McDonald Lorna Meaden Jane Mercer Judy Morgan |Meredith Rose | Diana Ruthers Cynthia Schroeder Pat Senecal Marikay Shellman Ann Smith Lorraine Trenholm 

For more information, contact Denise Leslie at (970) 403-1590.
Open Studio Tours produces events throughout the Four Corners region that provide the public a rare opportunity to visit with artists at work in their studios, delivering an insider thrill and unique insight to the creation process. Open Studio Tours is presented by Arts Perspectivemagazine - a quarterly publication reflecting the diversity of arts in Colorado and west of the Rocky Mountains.

1 comment:

scott davidson said...

I pondered to myself recently what were the most important things in my life. The answer seems to be clear that art was up there in importance. Why? Frankly, I don't really know. May be someone here can enlighten me?
As was my wont w
hen I have some free time, I browsed the marvelous site,, where they keep thousands of digital images for customers to select to have printed into handsome canvas prints for their homes.
This image jumped out to jolt my reveries: Still life with bread, by the Cubist Georges Braque. Is art like this picture, as essential as bread and water, or should I say bread and wine?