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Over 80 Artists to See at the 2018 Tacoma Studio Tour

20 Sep

On the second weekend of October, the Tacoma Studio Tour returns – and it’s bigger than ever! Visit the working studios of over 80 local artists at 47 different locations across Tacoma.  Learn about the artistic process, try your hand at creative techniques, ask questions, and purchase one-of-a-kind creations. Plus, you can even win some fabulous items hand-crafted by a selection of artists on the tour just for getting your Studio Tour Passport stamped at each studio address you visit. All studios will feature demonstrations or will have hands-on activities for visitors. It’s family friendly and free!

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





New Faces to the Studio Tour

Leading up to the Studio Tour, we’ll feature a handful of artists on the tour to help attendees plan their trip. Here are some of the newest additions to tour this year:

Tears Poured into Paint. Acrylic on canvas. By Alex Lee

Alex Lee, Alex Lee Studios
Painting, Mixed Media
Merlino Art Center #5 (508 6th Avenue), Saturday and Sunday
Studio Tour Activity: Watch various painting and mixed media demonstrations.




KiNaART Reflecting Mucha. Woodblock print. By Katrina Raetzer

Katrina Raetzer, KiNaART
Oil, Acrylic, Mosaic, Graphite, Charcoal, Plaster, Fiber Arts
3555 McKinley Avenue East, Saturday and Sunday
Activity: Paint your own pocket-sized rock.




Coyotes. Paper clay. By Lavonne Hoivik

Dancers. Bronze and walnut. By George Hoivik

Lavonne & George Hoivik
Sculpture in Bronze, Clay, Wood, Miscellaneous Materials
North Union Ave Studio (3402 N. Union Avenue), Saturday Only
Activity: Paint your own jewelry bead; watch a demonstration about how bronze is made, how to make clay figures, and much more.

Untitled. Cedar. By Nancy Burgess

yəhaw̓ Indigenous Artists Collective, yehawshow.com
Jewelry, Carving, Poetry, Beadwork, Textiles, and More
Alma Mater (1322 Fawcett Avenue) Saturday and Sunday
Activity: Watch Asia Tail (Cherokee) demonstrate wrapped stitch beadwork, accompanied by other Indigenous artists demonstrating throughout the weekend.



Scarlet Minx. Acrylic on cavnas. By Lisa Daniel

Lisa Daniel, Pour It On LLC
Acrylic Paint, Mixed Media
917 Pacific Ave, #13, Saturday and Sunday
Activity: Watch a video demonstrating the pouring process or make a small watercolor painting.




One Sees. Mixed medium wood burning. By Elizabeth Reeves

Elizabeth Reeves, Cryptic Novelties
Mixed Media, Woodwork, Digital Art, Ink
Real Art Tacoma (5412 South Tacoma Way), Sunday Only
Activity: Watch a demonstration of mixed media art involving wood burning and paint inspired by “Where the Wild Things Are.”




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.

Tacoma Arts Month Sponsors

Premier Sponsor: Click! Cable TV
Media Sponsors: ARCADE, KNKX, Northwest Public Broadcasting, Macaroni Kid, ParentMap, Preview, Sounds Fun MomSouth Sound magazine, Tacoma Living Local, Tacoma WeeklyWeekly Volcano

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