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Artists open their doors

Thirty-six artists invite you to visit their studios and enjoy their diverse talents at the Spring Art Studio Tour on June 2 & 3 hosted by the El Dorado Hills Arts Association.

Guests will see painters, sculptors, jewelers, potters, photographers and mixed media artists. The tour brochure and map available at eldoradohillsarts.com serves as a guide for the weekend treasure hunt. Studios are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Visitors can start from any point on the map and chart their own course.

Some locations have one artist in their personal studio; other locations have two or more artists showing together. All have their own unique personality, technique and style.

There are 36 artists in 14 studios, eager to share their love of art. Visitors are invited to talk to the artists and ask questions about how they got started and what inspires them. Artist love to share their creative process. The studio tour provides visitors with the opportunity to see and purchase high quality, original art in all media, directly from the artists who create it.

The El Dorado Hills Art Association is a non-profit organization for the benefit and promotions of the arts in El Dorado Hills and its neighboring communities. For more information about the association and the participating artists visit  eldoradohillsarts.com.

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