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South Shore art tour starts

The 10th annual Tahoe Art League Artist Studio Tour begins Friday, July 29 and runs for two consecutive weekends.
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What: 10th annual Artist Studio Tour

When: Friday, July 29, to Sunday, July 31

Where: Various art studios in South Shore

Tickets: Free

Info: http://www.thenewtalart.org

Tahoe Art League launches its annual Artist Studio Tour, featuring nearly 50 local artists and their work, this weekend. From Friday through Sunday see a variety of sculptures, watercolor paintings, dye-on silks and more on this self-guided tour of over 20 different locations on the South Shore.

“Local renowned artists included are dye-on-silk painter Nina Major and oil painter Bonita Paulis,” according to a Tahoe Art League press release. “Come visit some of your other favorite artists from past years.”

The event lasts two consecutive weekends, so complete the tour at your own pace. Attendees have the opportunity to participate in hands-on demonstrations and chances to win free artwork.

“There are numerous open studios to visit with either individual artists or artist collectives showing their work, and working spaces, offering a unique glimpse into why we are the arts destination of Lake Tahoe,” according to the Art League website.

“These artists are diverse and work in many media including glass, photography, jewelry, painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture and drawing. Every space will surprise you with something different,” according to the site.

Admission is free and studios are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the tour, which runs July 29-31 and Aug. 5-7.

Maps are available online at http://www.thenewtalart.org or at the Tahoe Art League Art Center at 3062 US Highway 50.

— Lake Tahoe Action


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