Artists in order from left to right: Lea Fairbanks, Martha Hurst, Claire Faltesek, Doug Lofstrom
Edmonds Art Studio Tour is excited to announce this year’s in-person community engagement
when we open the studios of our artists to those interested in purchasing handmade works and
learning more about each artist’s creative process.
A Creative View Into the Artists
The artists selected to participate in the annual studio tour are chosen based on specific criteria,
including a connection to the Edmonds community. During the weekend of September 17th &
18th, the public can tour their studios where all artists will be featuring their work and will be
available to discuss their creative process. Some will also be sharing demonstrations during this
time. Their work, much of it for purchase, is currently featured on each artist’s website, and all
are accessible via the Edmonds Art Studio Tour website.
Art is Healing
Art has many healing qualities to not only the artists who create, but also to those who find a
connection with art. Now more than ever we can all benefit from something which clears the
mind. This year’s artists appreciate your support and in turn hope to provide you with a healthy
This year’s studio tour is made possible by the volunteer time of the participating artists, the
generous financial contributions of our sponsors, and funding from the Edmonds Arts Festival
Foundation and the Edmonds Arts Commission Tourism Promotion Fund through the City of
Edmonds Lodging Tax fund.
Artists in order from left to right: Mona T. Smiley-Fairbanks, Molly Goodfellow Winton, Kalina Winska, Lynn McManus
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