Art Studio Tour

Art Studio Tour included 26 studios in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

There were 26 studios featuring the work of 36 artists and artist groups in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows open to the public during the Art Studio Tour which took place over the weekend. The tour included artists working in a wide variety of media including stone carving, rug hooking, painting, jewellery, pottery, glass, textiles, drawing, music, sculpture and furniture design.

Below: Kat Wahamaa and Tony Rees perform From This Railroad from their album “Everything Blue” during one of the stops along the Art Studio Tour on Saturday in Maple Ridge. Alexandra Lanzarotta works on a handcrafted braceleet in the traditional art form of the Sami people, the indigenous natives of Nordic countries. Lea Sevcov paints an abstract as Isabel Guo, on the tour, checks out her work. Deirdre Pinnock works on a wall hanging at the Gone Hooking demonstration, the local rug hooking group, along Harris Road in Pitt Meadows.

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