This weekend is the Bainbridge Island 21st annual Summer Studio Tour! Explore all medium of arts on August 13, 14, & 15th. Fri & Sat 10 – 6 | Sun 10 – 5.
Paintings – Mixed Media – Sculpture – Photography – Wearable Art – Functional Art
Signs will be posted at the studios, and/or booths requesting that masks be worn, and social distancing be honored.
Find out more at bistudiotour.com
b. home art & design Studio
330 Madison Ave. S.
Melinda Bryden – Fused glass & metal sculpture
Jane Drucker – Sterling silver jewelry
Melody Maleitzke – Mixed media, Washi tape
Mara Mauch – Fused glass jewelry
Betsy Hoyt Stephens – Oil painting
Betsy Hoyt Stephens shares this about her art,
With each study or painting, I try to challenge myself with something new and believe me when I say that I am most definitely a work in progress! I’m just getting started and loving each and every minute of it!
Danis Morgan’s Studio
105 Grow Ave. NW
Debra Arend – Fused glass
Ellen Corke – Jewelry
Page Gehrke – Sea glass jewelry & art
Danis Morgan – Oils & Japanese pigment painting
Linda Ricci – Porcelain pottery
Shirley Sakatani – Oils and acrylics
Raquel Stokes – Acrylics, oils, mixed media collage
Jeff Yeager – Repurposed metal yard art
Jeff Yeager of Emerald Greens Yardart shares this about his work,
My creations are a combination of whimsy, steam punk, and eccentric, and no two are ever alike. I use old tools, railroad spikes, used auto parts, pots and pans, old farm equipment, silverware, rebar, and horseshoes.
Sylvia Carlton’s Studio
1245 Grow Ave. NW
Mary Edwards – Semi-precious jewelry
Michelle Johnson – Felted wearables & decor
Howard Julien – Steam-bent wood
Ginny King – Fused glass
Dorothy Skea – Wearables
Eileen Sorg – Drawing and oil painting
Sylvia Carlton – Oil, acrylic, ink
Sylvia Carlton shares,
The majority of my paintings are representational; landscapes, seascapes, flowers etc. Most of my landscapes are done in Plein Air, meaning; painting on location in natural light. My florals may be done on location in Plein Air or in my studio from life. This holds true for my acrylics, inks and prints. I rarely use photos to paint from. Sometimes I will use a photo for inspiration. My popular flower card line is made from my own crazy inspired imagination. I always prefer to sell original artwork.
Dancing Spirit Studio
7021 Fletcher Bay Rd. NE
Kaaren Brooks -Functional & sculptural pottery
Carolyn Doe – Batik, silk scarves, oils
Ginny Ford – Jewelry
Paula Gill – Jewelry & block prints
Sydni Sterling – Acrylic paintings
Dick Strom – Repurposed metal art
Darcy Thompson – Garden art & jewelry
Larry Weiner – Mixed media
Danna Watson – Mixed media & fabric
Danna Watson shares,
My dolls come from my heart, out of my own need to remember how precious life is and to express it by creating one of a kind whimsical cloth characters that make you smile. As I see it, the sky is no longer the limit and dancing in the trees is easy
Peaceful Spring Designs Studio
4566 Flying Goat Ave NE
Gayle Bair – Sgraffito pottery
Theresa Killgore – Jewelry
Dinah Satterwhite -Photography
Paul Sattler -Watercolors
Passiko True- Sterling silver jewelry
Rob Satterwhite -Outdoor metal sculpture
Rob Satterwhite shares this about his work,
Raw metal transforms as I bring out the simple beauty and inherent strength of the metal through my outdoor garden and patio sculptures. The detailed journey from rustic, crude material, involves many steps like cleaning, grinding, burning, cutting, and polishing. Tools like a plasma cutter and chemicals like muriatic acid are just part of my world. The final design is always in mind, but may not come into play for days or even weeks into the process.
ALISA STECK is the Communications Manager for Arts & Humanities Bainbridge. On top of grant writing and other duties, she is currently helping to lead the efforts of creating a Certified Creative District for Bainbridge Island. Also a photographer, her focus is on capturing the beautiful waterways of the Puget Sound region, vineyards and small farms.