Welcome to Muskoka's Summer Studio Tour!
The Artists of the Limberlost is a collective of 7 artists and craftspeople with studios along the scenic Limberlost Road, north of Hwy. 60 in Muskoka, Ontario. Their work covers a broad range of media and style, but they are united in their love of the ruggedly beautiful Canadian Shield landscape which they call home.
Each artist welcomes visitors to their studio at different times, (details on each Studio page) but to collectively share their work with the public, the Artists of the Limberlost join together for their annual Open Studio Weekend. This year we celebrate our 10th anniversary, and the Open Studio Weekend will be held August 13 & 14, 2016. With guest artists at each location, you'll meet and see the work of 19 diverse and talented artists along a compact, 20 km. route. Limberlost Road is close to Algonquin Park in the Huntsville/Lake of Bays area of Muskoka Ontario, and winds through forest, rock and wetlands rich in wildlife and natural beauty.
Artists of the Limberlost is comprised of the following members: fibre artist Sandra Clark, driftwood sculptor Jerry Friedman, glass artist Susan Higgins, acrylic painter Mark Kulas, woodturner Brian Markham, egg tempera painter Catherine O'Mara and bronze sculptor Brenda Wainman Goulet. This year our guest artists are metal sculptor Jamie Borne, potter Jessica Brabant, potter Susan Colavecchia, potter Gina Denne, jeweller Danielle Goulet, painter Karen Leslie Hall, potter Dan Hill, wind sculptor Peter Kourtz, fibre artist Marni Martin, jeweller Carol-Ann Michaelson, photographer Don Spring, and watercolour painter Brad Wookey.
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