The event will see 37 different artists showcasing and discussing their work at 19 different locations throughout Cornwall and The Counties on Saturday, September 27th and Sunday, September 28th.
The goal of the tour is to give the residents and visitors a chance to enjoy art in the spaces where it is actually created. It’s an opportunity to meet the artists, to chat, to see their work in a natural setting and enjoy the wellness of visual beauty and friendly company.
Participants will discover all types of artists who work with paint, ink, clay, fine stones, wood and glass to create original pieces of art.
“SDG has great talent. We have a mature artistic base to expand from,” said Virginia Lake, a member of the Apples and Art Studio Tour organizing committee.
“Many artists on the tour this year have been successfully showing and selling their work for many years. They have evolved using mixed and multi facade media to bring life to canvas, shape and material.”
The two-day tour stretches from Ingleside to Dalkeith, with numerous stops along the way in Long Sault, Cornwall, Summerstown, Lancaster and Alexandria. The participating studios are open from 10 am to 5 pm both days and will be identified with bright red apple signs.
For additional details on studio locations and participating artists, please visit the Apples and Art Tour website.
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