Langley Arts in Brief: Artists needed for annual studio tour

The sixth annual Langley Art Studio Tour is set for Sept. 20 to 21, and Sept. 27 to 28 and visual artists and artisans are needed to round out the tour.

A particular focus will be placed on working studios where visitors can take in working spaces and the creative process of artists.

Times for demonstrations and complete lists of artist studio stops will be noted in the printed and online guide map created about one month before the event.

A mix of artistic mediums will be included on the tour such as: pastels, watercolour paintings, coloured pencil drawings, oil and acrylic paintings, mixed media, pottery, glass works, and more.

Those who do not have a studio large enough for visitors may be able to work in tandem at another artist’s studio for the tour.

Artists interested in talking and interacting with the public, who would like to be part of the tour, can go to Deadline is June 22.

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