Sunflower and Friends Open Studio Tour
MAGNOLIA GLASS: This fused glass window by Karen Caldwell will be on view at the Sunflower Glass Studio in Stockton during the Sunflower & Friends Open Studio Tour on May 5 and 6 in Stockton. The event is in support of the annual Hunterdon Art Tour.
Sunflower Glass Studio in Stockton is participating in this year’s Hunterdon Art Tour, and Karen and Geoff Caldwell, makers of fused and stained glass windows, have invited artist friends from the Delaware River Valley area to set up booths surrounding their studio. “The Hunterdon Art Tour is an exciting venue connecting so many wonderful artists who live in our county,” says Karen Caldwell. “I wanted to make our location special and inviting for people, so I invited some very dear friends to participate with us.” Sunflower and Friends Open Studio Tour is May 5 and 6 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Among the exhibiting artists are Bernard Hohlfeld of Roundwood Studio, maker of wood-turned bowls; Diana Contine of Dakota Moon Studio, a jewelry designer working in fine silver and gem stones; Sheila Watson Coutin of Sandbrook Studio, maker of functional and sculptural pottery; and Amy Turner, weaver and fabric artist.
Sunflower Glass Studio is celebrating its 40th year in the glass world as makers of windows and fine table-top accessories. The Hunterdon Art Tour is a two-day event around the Delaware River Valley and areas to the east. A special Kick-off Celebration will be held at the Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton on Friday, May 4 from 7-9 p.m. The museum will be open Saturday and Sunday for the public to preview the overall tour with a piece from each artist. Visit www.thehunterdonarttour.com for a tour map. For more about Sunflower Glass Studio, visit www.SunflowerGlassStudio.com.