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Tom Hawley, who creates modern clocks, wood sculptures and bowls out of downed trees, will showcase his craft in his Millworks studio as part of the Artist Studio Tour. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

Tom Hawley, who creates modern clocks, wood sculptures and bowls out of downed trees, will showcase his craft in his Millworks studio as part of the Artist Studio Tour. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

Local artists open their studios for annual tour

On Saturday, Oct. 16, and Sunday, Oct. 17, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., local artists will open their studios to show and sell their artwork to the public as part of the annual Artist Studio Tour.

With 19 artists showcasing cermanics, painting, sculpture, jewelry, quilts, beads, gourds, wood clocks and more, this year’s tour features more artists than ever, and a new way visitors can see more art in fewer stops. Each studio will also host one to three artists of their choosing, who will be on hand to discuss and sell their work. And it continues to give local artists the chance to bring customers to them and art buyers the opportunity to learn how art is made.

Maps of the self-guided tour can be downloaded from www.ysarts.org or picked up the day of the tour at the Winds and Young’s Jersey Dairy.

See www.ysarts.org for more information or the Oct. 7 print edition of the YS News for the full story.

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