Artists open their studios in Caney Fork

art caneyforkThe Cullowhee Studio Tour will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. May 25-26 in the Caney Fork community of Jackson County.

 

Several artists are again opening their private studios to the public to learn more about their work and techniques. A selection of work will be on display and for sale. Studios include watercolorist/painter Susan Lingg, carpenter/woodcarver Don Stephens, and blacksmith William Rogers.

This tour is sponsored by Cullowhee Revitalization Endeavor, Jackson County Arts Council, North Carolina Arts Council, and the Caney Fork General Store. 

The weekend is free and open to the public.

www.jacksoncountyarts.org.

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