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By Stacey Alysa & Leland Dennick
This is the final weekend for the AATS self guided art tour. Follow the signs to #77 or email for detailed directions. We’re 17 minutes from downtown Sebastopol, near the town of Occidental. Pick up a catalogue at our studio, or download a map to plan your art treasure hunt. There are over a hundred participating artists! Check out my recommended itineraries, for variety, and for glass lovers.
Saturday and Sunday, June 8 & 9, 2013 – 10AM -5PM
Demos each day at 1Pm & 2PM
We’ll cover fusing techniques including raking, glass casting and gold leaf inclusions; cold working processes including cutting, carving and polishing.
Leland has five new large wall pieces, and one that’s displayed in a soapstone base. I have an array of natural and mythical creatures, including mermaids, Goddesses, quail and cats, along with jewelry and dishes – all at artist to you prices.
We hope you can come by and enjoy a cool drink on the shady deck, surrounded by art and nature .
Stacey and Leland