Spring art tour to debut self-guided visits to studios

The Plymouth Arts Center announces a premier event, the Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour, a celebration of the visual arts and the creative process.

This exciting new event will take visitors on a self-guided tour of area private studios, galleries, and boutiques, throughout Sheboygan County. It offers an unique opportunity for visitors to personally meet fine artists in their studios, some of which will only be open to the public during this event.

The tour may include: dem- onstrations; exhibitions; an opportunity to purchase fine artwork directly from the artists; and it’s a great time to learn about the artistic process, artist techniques and their source of inspiration.

The Spring Art Tour is a twoday event, and will be held Friday and Saturday, June 5th and 6th, 2015, 10am to 4 p.m. Admission for the tour is free and open to the public.

The Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour was designed to increase the visibility of artists working and living in Sheboygan County and to encourage an appreciation for the role that artists play in the vitality of our communities.

The tour will feature the works of over 35 artists working as printmakers, painters, potters, furniture makers, fiber artists, photographers, leather artists, glass artists, ironworkers, and more. These artists reflect the amazing creative talent available right in our own communities.

The Plymouth Arts Center, located at 520 East Mill Street, Downtown Plymouth, WI is the presenting organization of the Spring Art Tour and is serving as the host site for the event. Look for brightly colored signs marking each Art Tour site. The PAC is publishing a free map booklet with directions to participating sites. It will also be available on our website: www.plymoutharts.org, or by calling 920-892-8409.

Participating artists in the 2015 Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour are: Abler Art Glass-John & Bonnie Abler and Naomi Abler- Schulz; Chuck Ausavich; Larry Basky Studio & Gallery; Lori Beringer Fine Art Studio; Judy Beyer; Larry Bray; Phyllis Brillowski; Richard &; Pamela Bronk Art; John Enockson Photography Studio; Paula Swaydan Grebel; Evie Grasse; Robert & Phyllis Hoopman Studio; Frank Juarez &; Dale Knaak Studio; Kay Jelinek; Kitty Lynne Klich Studio; Roberta Krueger; Patty McKenzie; Mark &; Sylvia Mondloch/Silver Creek Pottery & Forge; Michele Gutierrez; Jay Parsons; Susan Radke/ Seranya Studio; Jerry Ramer; Dan Rizzi Studio; Mary Rowe Fine Art; Charna Schwartz Pottery; Cassy Tully Fine Art Studio; Richard and Charlene Travis; Two Fish Gallery/ Patrick and Karen Robison.

The event is generously sponsored by: Sargento Foods.


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