Studio Tour October 1-2


Last May, I said I would not do another tour. OOPs…I changed my mind at the last minute.

Life has a way of working out and clearing my calendar, so that this is possible. Because of the timing, I am doing this tour, solo.

It’s been about 15 years since I did a solo tour. I will miss the company of my artist friend, Dar West who was with me last spring and for several years prior to covid. However, her life is busy. too.

None of my original prints from film will be produced again. Many are one of a kind, or a very limited edition. I prefer to work on new images, rather than redo previous work.

In the art stands, you will find images displayed in portfolio categories such as Barns, Travels, Landscapes, Botanicals.

I have marked my unframed prints at special prices noted on each print.

My darkroom is unavailable to the public now. I am setting it up to craft only contact prints from negatives, both in silver and platinum. Reconstructing the darkroom is a huge undertaking and will likely not be done till next summer.

I look forward to seeing you during the studio tour Oct. 1-2. At other times, you can contact me through the website,
thecornerhousestudio.com

Who's on the Studio Tour

We are getting ready for visitors on the May long weekend and I hope you are one of them. You can view some of our creations on The Corner House Studio, under each artist's page.

Today you are receiving the rack card listing all the studios on the tour. Each has a website address and the Tour of the Arts website will have a map .


Most of the studios are within walking distance in Thornbury or Clarksburg with the exception of #11. You will see the red and white signs–they are hard to miss.

Hope to see you at The Corner House Studio. We are #5 on the map.
Studios 1-4Rack card back-studios 5-11

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