Annual Midcoast Maine Arts & Artisans Tour set

A group of Midcoast artists and artisans will welcome visitors to their workplaces during a weekend-long tour Friday through Sunday. The studios — located in Camden, Rockport, Lincolnville, Hope, Appleton and Warren — will be open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. all three days.

The Midcoast Maine Arts & Artisans Tour offers a chance to see studios that are not normally open to the public, shop for art, and meet its creators. It also provides an opportunity for visitors to discuss any custom pieces they might have in mind. Tour-goers are encouraged to enjoy a lunch offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day as a fundraiser for Partners for Enrichment.

Work by the participating artists and artisans includes fine art, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, and pieces created in wood, metal, glass, and mixed media.

For more information and a tour guide map, visit Printed copies of the map are also available in advance from participating artists, from the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce (offices in Camden and Rockland), or by calling Avi at Michael Good Gallery (594-2580).

Participating artists and artisans are as follows. Camden: Brookside Studio (Kathy Ocariz), Enamels by Stell, Chris McLarty and Debra Thuss, and Mountain Side Arts League. Rockport: Silvery Moon Studios (Jay Hoagland), FairCape Woodworks (Clive and Odette Brown), The Maine Beehive (Antje Roitzsch and Lori Lacey), Michael Good Studio (with guest Mimi Steadman), Rockport Pottery, and Stephen Florimbi. Lincolnville: Arts @ The Center (Randy Fein and Paul Kluger). Hope: Benjamin Leavitt Metalwork Inc. and Chris Pinchbeck. Appleton: Stephen Gleasner and Wood & Light Woodturning (Richard Dunham). Warren: Stemwinder Sculpture Garden (Jay Sawyer).

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