A total of 14 artists will be showcased during the fourth annual Highway 1 Studio Tour on Sept. 22 and 23.
This driving tour boasts stops at five locations between Rush Lake and Morse.
The Rush Lake stop boasts artworks from Carol Furman (pottery), Cindy Redekop (mixed medal and metal wire crochet) and Fern Rempel (pastel, acrylic paintings). The Orange Tree Design Studio located south of the TransCanada between Rush Lake and Herbert will feature art from Marsha Cannon (stained glass, embroidery and more), Laurie Wagner (doll maker) and first time exhibitor David Tuttle (collage, gouache paintings).
Alpaca fibre artist Hedi Gossweiler will be showing her works at the Lone Eagle Motel.
The Herbert Train Station hosts a quartet of artists, with tour veteran Elaine Robitaille (polymer clay artist), joined by newcomers Marg Wiebe (watercolour painting, photography), Maria Ens (mixed media, artful upcycling), and Ken Christopher (contemporary landscapes in oil).
The eastern most point on the tour is the Wildflower Acres Gallery and Gift Barn south of Morse. Newcomer Vickie Philips (collectibles and more) will be featured along with Connie Gibbens (abstract painting, jewelry) and Geoff Philips (contemporary oil painting).
For full details on the tour visit www.highway1studiotour.ca.