Image courtesy of Mesolini Glass Studio | The work of sculptor Kathy Mitchell, to be displayed as part of this year’s Bainbridge Working Studios winter tour.

Image courtesy of Mesolini Glass Studio | The work of sculptor Kathy Mitchell, to be displayed as part of this year’s Bainbridge Working Studios winter tour.

Bainbridge Working Studios holds winter tour

Bainbridge Working Studios will again host its annual winter tour event at four different artist locations from from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6 through Sunday, Dec. 8.

Bainbridge Working Studios is an independent group of professional artists who live on Bainbridge and make their living through their art whose mission is to educate, inspire and provide the public an opportunity to see art and artists in their element.

Not to be confused with the Bainbridge Island Studio Tour, this event is hosted by full-time working artists with studios on the island, as a way of connecting working artists and their studios with the public. This festive event is where the artists will sell their work as well as educate, inspire and provide the public an opportunity to see art and artists in their element.

The tour is free, self-guided and to be explored at visitor’s own pace.

Eleven artists are set to participate in this year’s winter tour, which will be held at Mesolini Glass Studio (13291 Madison Ave. NE), Davidson Studios (9000 Hidden Cove Road), Terry Siebert Pottery (9766 NE Valley Road), and Erthwerks (13100 Sunrise Drive NE).

For a complete list of participating artists as well as a tour map and additional information, visit www.biworkingstudios.com.

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