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Studio Tour Highlights: Group Studios

9 Oct

Featured Studio Groups

Tacoma artists are collaborative people who will open up their spaces to other artists to share in creative processes, showcase diverse techniques and forms of art, and celebrate community. This blog showcases some of the Studio Tour Groups that are hosting three or more artists in the space.

In addition to these studio groups, there are 47 total studio locations to visit. In every place you go, you’re bound to meet some fantastic artists and learn about their creative process. You might just take home some artwork with you, too!

Tacoma Studio Tour
47 locations around Tacoma
October 13 & 14
11 am – 5 pm

FREE!

 

 

 


Studio Groups – Saturday Only

Cake stand in white. Ceramic and glaze. By Jennifer English (Studio #18).

Studio #18, SPUN Clay Arts Studio & Gallery (1307 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Saturday Only)
Artists: April Sanders, Jennifer English, Amy Lewis
Activities: Wheel-throwing and hand-building clay demonstrations; marker/pen portrait demonstrations

Studio #34, North Union Ave Studio (3402 N Union Avenue, Saturday Only)
Artists: Lavonne Hoivik, George Hoivik, Barbara Patterson, Christine Parent, Jeanette Otis
Activities: Jewelry bead painting; bronze demonstration; pendant-making; ceramic push molds demonstration.

Studio Groups – Sunday Only

Still Clutching Maps. 2017. Poetry written and published by Christina Butcher of Blue Cactus Press (Studio #2).

Studio #2, Real Art Tacoma (5412 South Tacoma Way, Sunday Only)
Artists: Elizabeth Reeves, Blue Cactus Press, Creative Colloquy, Teens in Tacoma, Write253
Activities:  Chapbook and zine-making; woodburning demonstration; open mic and pop-up literary readings

 

 

 

 

Studio Groups – Saturday and Sunday

Rockin Mobile. Sterling, bronze, polka dot mokume earrings. By Cheryl De Groot (Studio #7).

Studio #7, F.S. Harmon Building (2926 S. Steele Street)
Artists: Cheryl De Groot, Lynn Di Nino, Becky Frehse, William Turner
Activities: Sculpt-it molding, bead and leather jewelry-making; flat-feld seam demonstration; undercoat painting demonstration.

Studio #8, The Arts & Crafts Press (2515 B South Tacoma Way)
Artists: Yoshiko Yamamoto, Lyz Kurnitz-Thurlow, Reid Ozaki
Activities: Holiday printing block art activity; beading and sewing demonstration; learn about the process of ceramic firing.

Studio #10, Jet Artist Cooperative (1901 Jefferson Avenue #300)
Artists: Jennifer Chin, Michaela Eaves, Jennevieve Schlemmer, Toni Snyder, Lorraine Toler
Activities: Artist book/zine-making; postcard coloring; loom weaving demonstration; painting demonstrations; pet portrait demonstration

Golden Calf: Seattle. Bronze and 24k gold-leaf ring. By Lisa Kinoshita (Studio #14)

Studio #14, MINKA (821 Pacific Avenue)
Artists: Lisa Kinoshita, Paula Shields, Snow Winters, Lauren Boilini, Sonja Bergstrom
Activities: Jewelry-making demonstration

Studio #16, Merlino Art Center (508 6th Avenue)
Artists: Fumiko Kimura, Alex Lee, Beverly Naidus, Audrey Tulimiero-Welch, Lois Yoshida (and more)
Activities: Mixed media collage; mixed media and painting demonstrations; interactive photo collage; paint layering demonstration; hands-on sumi painting.

Studio #21, Centro Latino (1208 S 10th Street)
Artists: Dionne Bonner, LaQuita Thurman, Gerardo Peña, Charlice Bradford

Conversation. Watercolor. By Terry Bader (Studio #47).

Activities: Print transfer on wood; hands-on mixed media activity; jewelry-making demonstration

Studio #47, Bader Studio (4907 N Lexington Street)
Artists: Terry Bader, David Bader, Sylvia Omero-Rogstad
Activities: Mini water color paintings; found objects assemblage activity; encaustics demonstration.

 

 

 

Check out TacomaArtsMonth.com for the full artist roster, schedule, and an interactive map where you can plan your own custom tour course.


Tacoma Studio Tour Passport – Visit and Win!

Make sure to have your Studio Tour Passport stamped at each studio address you visit. Once you’ve collected at least 8 stamps, send us the passport and you’ll be entered into a drawing for a chance to win one of several fabulous prize packages containing artwork hand-crafted by a selection of artists on this tour.

 

One entry per person. The Tacoma Studio Tour Passport can be found in the Tacoma Studio Tour brochure (available at all studio locations during the tour and at many cultural institutions ahead of time) or download and print your own Tacoma Studio Tour Passport.


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2015 Tacoma Studio Tour Preview: Part 2

26 Aug

This is part 2 in our series highlighting the artists participating in the Tacoma Studio Tour this October.

This year’s tour features 57 artists and collaborative studios and allows the general public the opportunity to see the spaces in and tools with which local artists create their work, ask questions, and purchase one-of-a-kind creations. All studios will feature demonstrations of the artistic process or will have hands-on activities for visitors.

And, something new this year – your Tacoma Studio Tour Passport! Collect a stamp at each studio location you visit and once you’ve collected at least 8 stamps, send us the passport and you’ll be entered into a drawing for a chance to win one of several fabulous prize packages containing artwork hand-crafted by a selection of artists on the tour including: David Bader, Terry A Bader, Ann Darling, Michaela Eaves, Anne Elrod, Jennifer English, Lynne Farren, Maeve Harris, Hilltop Artists, Fumiko Kimura, L. Lisa Lawrence, Roberta Lowes, Dorothy McCuistion, John McCuistion, Chandler O’Leary, LeeAnn Seaburg Perry, William Turner, Elayne Vogel, Yoshiko Yamamoto, and Lois Yoshida.

What: Tacoma Studio Tour
Where: 35 studio locations around Tacoma
When: October 17 & 18, 11 am – 5 pm
Cost: FREE!

Here are this week’s highlights:

Mark Hoppmann
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Mark Hoppmann has always been curious. That curiosity has resulted in an eclectic accumulation of bric-a-brac, memories, experiences, and books, all which, in turn, inspire his art. With apologies to Rudyard Kipling, his intent is to design illustrated books for those “with satiable curtiosity.” Simple and sometimes unadorned, but thoughtfully creative book designs hide a treasury of illustrations within.

Bill Colby
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Bill Colby uses woodcut blocks with oil inks and watercolor in bright colors to create expressive or emotional landscapes. Birds on branches in a variety of landscapes are featured in his newest work.

Terry A Bader
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Terry Bader has painted for over thirty years. She works in her home studio and specializes in realistic watercolors of Northwest scenes with people and objects that have compelling lighting. Terry experiments with collage in her work and enjoys pastel as well. She has won numerous awards at the Washington State Fair and sold through several local galleries.

David Bader
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David Bader is an art teacher and student. His work is assembled from found objects and repurposed materials found locally and created in his studio. David is a native of Tacoma and enjoys referencing images and ideas in his work.

Dorothy McCuistion, Designs Two
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Dorothy McCuistion uses a variety of printmaking techniques to layer shapes, textures, and colors of plants, animals, and places to create images where they merge. She creates both monotypes, print editions, and handmade books. Fusing the local with the foreign, the personal with the universal, her artwork comments on topics ranging from human environmental impact to the fusion of cultures in contemporary society.

Lorraine Toler & Benjamin Davis
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Ben Davis and Lorraine Toler call the second floor of their east Tacoma home Sweetrain Studios. It is a place where they work on individual pieces and collaborate on others. Lorraine mainly paints with acrylics and Ben often uses oils although both artists paint, draw, sketch, jianzhi, street chalk, take photos, and use many mediums.

Juan La Torre, La Torre Art Studio
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Juan La Torre is an award-winning artist who believes that creativity, organized through art, can help the world heal. Art is not just a momentary creation, it comes from our past and continues to create awareness of who we are into the future. Juan comes from the South American country of Peru and has lived in the United States for the last 18 years.

Check out these other artists on the tour and watch for future previews:
Studio Tour Preview: Part 1

 

Tacoma Arts Month is sponsored by Click! Cable TV, The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, Northwest Public Radio, KPLU, Weekly Volcano, Tacoma Weekly, South Sound magazine, and ARCADE.

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