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SUMMER TOUR 2018
July 27th - 31st, 2018
10am - 5pm

Fish

How to find us

The map to the right will orient you to the southern tip of Vancouver Island.

The SUMMER TOUR BROCHURE & MAP is available for download below, it shows the location of the various studios and information about our artist and sponsors.

The BROCHURES will be available at the following locations, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Metchosin Country Store, Coast Collective, Sooke Museum, Art World, Mary Winspear Centre, Red Gallery, 2% Jazz, and all our sponsors.

Stinking Fish Studio Tour

 

 

Vancouver Island map


arrow click to download a pdf of the map. MAP / ARTIST LOCATIONS for the 2018 Summer Tour
Artist studio map


Artists participating in the 2018 Summer Tour


1
Guest Artist!
Maria Curcic
Maria Curcic Millinery

showing at 441 Pelican Drive
250-884-6244
www.mariacurcic.com
Maria Curcic has more than 25 years experience as a Milliner. Each unique headpiece is designed using the finest materials and fabricated by Maria with a lasting attention to detail. Having provided product to fashion boutiques across Canada for many years, Maria's quality is recognized and respected. Cash/Cheque/MC/Amex/Discover


2
Frank Mitchell
Studio 580

showing at 580 Witty Beach Rd.
250-478-1671
www.alfrescoes.com/frank.htm
Mostly plein air landscapes in oil and acrylic, with some portraits and political pieces. I like colour, geometry, and alternatives to conventional perspective. Cash/Cheque


2
Wendy Mitchell
Studio 580

showing at 580 Witty Beach Rd.
250-884-7639
Over the years, I have learned to love the process of taking raw fleece and transforming it by spinning, then knitting, felting or hooking it into wearable garments and decorative art. I particularly enjoy demonstrating to the public the magic of spinning, proving that it is not an ancient or lost craft. MC/VISA


3
Guest Artist!
Diana Smith
unfine art

showing at 4488 William Head Road
778-432-4386
Non-functional art in clay and encaustic. The aim is for the work to be accessible in price and concept, thought provoking and attractive. The subject matter and style is often inspired by the Japanese wabi sabi aesthetic and world view which honours the imperfect, incomplete, humble and the hand-made. Cash/Visa/MC/Amex/Discover


4
Ann Semple
Clayfoot Crockery

showing at 4531 Lindholm Road
250-880-0113
www.clayfootcrockery.ca
At Clayfoot Crockery you will find functional pottery which reflects the peaceful nature of sea and forest, and ornamental pieces for home and garden that are inspired by both the tempestuous and serene nature of the Pacific Northwest. MC/VISA


5
Angela Andersen
Stagwhale Designs

showing at 1194 Kangaroo Road

www.angelaandersen.com
Angela has dedicated her life and career to art. Her passion for painting comes through in her timeless portraits of old growth trees. Inspired by humble reverence, she seeks timelessness in her work. Cash/Visa/MC/Amex/Discover


6
Guest Artist!
Rebecca McClure
Rebbeca McClure Studios

showing at 1020 Matheson Lake Road
250-472-3372
www.rebeccamcclure.ca
It is my goal to make elegant forms that are well suited to the rigors of everyday life. My early environment influenced my aesthetic as an artist, honing my of love of line, colour and shape. I enjoy using bold contrasts and simple geometric designs, paring these with classic form that work well as everyday dishes or accent decor. Cash/Visa/MC/Amex/Discover


6
Guest Artist!
Joanne Parker Robertson
Green Heron Studios

showing at 1020 Matheson Lake Road
250-480-1664
www.greenheronstudios.com
"I love art and design, creating visual imagery in a multitude of mediums, and choosing the most appropriate form to express an idea. Seeing ourselves, in dreams and in relationship to the world, my work seeks to draw the viewer in, to open up new insights into our connections with nature."
Cash/Visa/MC/Amex/Discover


7
Jocelyn West
Whispering Firs Studio

showing at 663 Seascape Place
250-642-5074
Jocelyn's latest paintings of west coast nature subjects explore how wind moves. She is currently working on Bella Coola grizzly bears. Her paintings are inspired by photographs she has taken on her travels up and down the coast of BC. Cash/Cheque


8
Bonnie Coulter
Bonnie Coulter Art

showing at 1509 Woodcock Rd.
250-642-7650
www.coulterart.ca
I am at present working in an uncommon 2d technique using a fractured, mosaic like, surface that directs its own subject matter. The images ostensibly a deep rooted response from childhood exposure to story book chimera. MC/VISA/AMEX/DISCOVER


9
Marlene Bowman
Seagirt Pottery

showing at 42 Seagirt Road
250-642-7620
marlene-bowman.blogspot.com
I enjoy demonstrating my texturing processes and encourage my guests to play with clay. Visitors who phone ahead are welcome in my studio throughout the year. Visa/MC/American Express/Discover/Cheque