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Artist Studios at Fearrington Village Open Studio Tour 2018
April 14, 2018 @ 10:00 am - April 15, 2018 @ 5:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 12:00 pm, repeating until April 15, 2018
The charming setting of Fearrington Village will again be the site of an exciting self-guided tour of artists’ studios. On Saturday, April 14th (10 am–5 pm) and Sunday, April 15th, 2018 (Noon—5 pm) Eighteen artists, members of Artist Studios at Fearrington Village—painters, photographers, screen printer, jewelers, woodworkers and fiber artists, welcome the public into their workspaces, to learn about their creative approach, view works in progress and available for purchase. Many of the artists have exhibited widely in juried shows and displayed at galleries locally and nationally.
Enjoy a full day or at the Studio Tour. The tour is free and easy to follow with road signs pointing the way to each artist’s location and markers at each studio…discover the perfect gift or treat yourself to a work of art. Explore Fearrington Village’s restaurants and walking trails; scenic park and pond; champion belted Galloway cows and fainting goats.
The following artists are opening their studios:
Roy Lindholm, Ann Bromberg, Roni Liberman, Steve Shafer, Horty Jacobs, Jim Aiken, Pat Stewart, Ruta Schuller, Vidabeth Bensen, Carol Owen, Eric Saunders, Anne H. Angers Karen West, Ginger Anderson, Matthew Leavitt, Enid Handler, Jan Harrison, Beryl Sherman
Visitors are welcome at many of the ASFV artists’ studios year-round simply by contacting the artist(s) for an appointment, their information is available online and on the Studio Tour Brochure/Map.
The Brochure/Maps of studio locations are available at more than 100 locations throughout Wake, Orange, and Chatham Counties; within Fearrington Village at McIntyre’s Books in the Village Center; as well as shops and restaurants in Pittsboro, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, Apex and Durham. For details or to download the brochure/map go to www.fearringtonartists.org.
Fearrington Village is 8 miles south of Chapel Hill off US 15-105. Watch for the Whirligigs, Galloway cows, and the Studio Tour Banners.
We at the Chatham Arts Council are delighted to provide the only online calendar exclusively dedicated to Chatham County arts events–performing, literary, and visual arts. Get out there and get inspired!