St. Lawrence Arts Council's 26th Artists’ Studio Tour runs Sat.-Mon. all around county
The 26th Annual St. Lawrence Arts Council Artists’ Studio Tour will be held Nov. 9 through Nov. 11 throughout the North Country.
The weekend gives attendees an opportunity to meet working artists, learn about the creative process, and purchase their work.The tour runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 9 and 10, and from noon to 4 p.m. Nov. 11.
An artist reception will be held Nov. 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. at TAUNY, 53 Main St., Canton.
The tour is self-guided and some highlights are:
A collection of work will be displayed at Akwesasne Artisans, 29 Business Park Rd., Akwesasne. For direction or for information, contact 518-358-2963.
The tour is self-guided and some highlights are listed: Marion Bradish, River Flow Studio, 155 Haack Rd., Winthrop, modern acrylic landscape paintings; Scott Ouderkirk, Scott Ouderkirk Studios, 291 River Rd., Hammond, glass asrtist; Thomas J. Robarge Jr., The Artist Eye, 328 Morris St., Ogdensburg, acrylic painting and photos; Artworks Creperie Café, various artists, 2 Main St., Waddington. For more information visit www.slcartscouncil.org.
Several artists will show their work at 41 Elm St., Potsdam; downtown Snell Hall. They include, Irja Boden, oil pastel painting, collage, and ceramics; located in room 233; Radmila Zuman, Adornments by R, one of a kind jewelry, room 235; Sara Lynch, paintings, ceramics, and jewelry, room 236; Christine Adams, Blue Frenzy Jewelry, made from recycled materials, room 232; Virginia Burnett, Goblin’s Market, hand dyed and painted silk, room 230; and Isaac Snell, Isaac Jude Pottery, ceramic stoneware, room 229.
A variety of artisans from around the county will have work on display and for sale at Willow Tree Florist, 7580 US Highway 11, Potsdam. For directions or more information, call 265-2842.
Individual locations in Potsdam include: Sharon H.J. Cheng, Contemporary Visual Arts, 65 Leroy St.; Becky Harblin, pastel paintings and wood sculptures, 16 Tanner Rd.; Lamar Bliss, hand-painted yard and handspun yard, 619 Baker Rd.; and Susan Heberling, Crowing Hen Designs, needle-felting and gourds, 619 Baker Rd.
Locations is Canton are: Judith Utter, Judith Utter Botanical Fine Art, watercolor paintings, 5 Jingleville Rd.; Kathy Montan, Foothills Farm, hand-felted wool jewelry, 76 O’Brien Rd.; Roxanne Locy, Rockhead Creations, functional pottery, 169 O’Brien Rd.; Ron Larsen, Crary Mills Pottery, pottery and nature photography, 174 County Route 35; David Crowell, watercolor paintings, 1168 St. Hwy. 68; Mary Ann and Malcolm Owen, Winged Camel Metalworks, jewelry and copper art, 145 Irish Settlement Rd.
Locations in the Colton and Hannawa Fall area are: Judy Andrus Toporcer, Wizenedye.com Photography, photography and digital art, 230 Orebed Rd., Colton; Leon W. LeBeau, Studio L, pottery and paintings, 15 Arbuckle Ln., Colton; James Bullard, Jim Bullard Photography, landscape photos, 134 Russell Turnpike, Potsdam.
Parishville locations: Anne L. Burnham, stoneware and porcelain, 109 Picketville Rd.; Helen Condon, Adirondack Rug Braiding, 1737 State Hwy. 72; Claire F. Poirer, 2nd Time Around, wool and denim products, 17 Terrace St.; Michiko Taylor, Fine Art Studio Michiko, watercolor paintings, 65 County Route 47.