Covered Bridge Artisans Spring Studio Tour
“FEMALE CARDINAL ON DOGWOOD”: The work of Karen Caldwell of Sunflower Glass Studio in Stockton is featured along the Covered Bridge Artisans Spring Studio Tour on Saturday and Sunday, April 29 and 30 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
The Covered Bridge Artisans are hosting their Spring Studio Tour on April 29 and 30 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
The Covered Bridge Artisans Studio Tour is a self-guided tour located in the Delaware River Valley of lower Hunterdon and Bucks counties. The studio tour takes place in eight professional artists’ studios in the Lambertville, Stockton, Sergeantsville, and New Hope, Pa., areas with 14 additional artists at the Sergeantsville Firehouse Events Center. All studios are located within 5 miles of Stockton.
The Covered Bridge Artisans are returning for a second year with the Spring Studio Tour. For 28 years, the Covered Bridge Artisans have hosted an annual Thanksgiving weekend tour. This spring show is an occasion to see these unique, rural studios in full bloom with an array of new work and fresh energy. This tour highlights the varied depth and professionalism of the regional arts community. Visitors can visit the workshops, shop for distinctive gifts, and learn from each artist about how and where they create their work.
The group has a variety of artisans working in glass, jewelry, ceramics, photography, cast bronze, painting, weaving, bookbinding, woodworking, quilting, and more.
The self-guided tour guides one through the small towns of the lovely river valley and allows for the opportunity to get off the beaten track. The artists enjoy sharing what they create with their guests and invite a direct interactive experience with visitors interested in the arts.
For more information, and a map connected to GPS links, visit coveredbridgeartisans.com.