It is slightly late notice, but
this Saturday, June 6th postponed to Saturday, June 20th 2020, something called the National Arts Drive, a sort of drive-by studio tour, will take place across North America. We will be participating in this, with some of handmade and marbled paper on display.
Artists’ studios will be set up to allow viewing from a safe distance.
If you plan on visiting some of the sites, you can register at https://www.nationalartsdrive.com/drive; registration is definitely not required, but it would be helpful to give the organizers some idea of how many people will be attending.
This is in support of the art community, which has been suffering financially due to the pandemic. For us, this has meant the cancellation of several craft fairs which would normally be our main sales venue for our paper and marbling products.
Because of the short notice we’re not sure what we’ll have on display, nor of how many other sites there will be nearby, but we hope some of you take the time to visit your own local studios for this event.
For more information, either as an exhibitor or a viewer (“driver” as they call it), you can visit their web site.