The Fall Art Tour is this weekend, October 19,20,21, from 10am - 6pm daily. I've been busy, framing and pounding nails into the wall of the Chicken Coop Studio. This year, specially for the tour, I created 40, nine-color hand pulled serigraph prints. In addition, I collaborated with Alan Anderson on some hand carved frames. We have been working on these frames since January, and Al delivered them this week. The Coop is full of work, and I can't wait for the tour to begin.
Be sure to stop by Alan, in Baraboo, as well as Sandy and Wyn Byers in Rock Springs. Al refinished the woodwork in his home from the ground up. When you buy a piece from Al, your family will have it for generations to come. Sandy and Wyn are nationally known for their porcelain and stoneware respectively. Sandy's porcelain work is very delicate and light plays an important role. Wyn works with simplified forms and complex glazes. Their studio is in the old school in Rock Springs.
For more information, including a map, fallarttour.com
It's going to be a great weekend, I hope you can attend!