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Take a peek inside an artist’s world

"Morning Light" by Randall Tillery
"Morning Light" by Randall Tillery

Forty artists invite the publis to visit their studios and enjoy their diverse talents June 1 & 2 during the El Dorado Hills Arts Association’s Spring Art Studio Tour.

Guests will meet talented local painters, sculptors, jewelers, potters, photographers and mixed media artists. There are 40 artists in 20 studios, eager to share their love of art and talk with visitors — sharing how they got started and what inspires them — as well as sell their art. Purchase original art for the home or office or buy a gift.

A free tour brochure and map serve as a guide for the weekend treasure hunt. Studios are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Visitors may start their journey at any point on the map and chart their own course. Free maps are available at eldoradohillsarts.com or pick them up at the El Dorado Hills Senior Center (990 Lassen Lane) or the Folsom Senior Center and Art Gallery at 48 Natoma on weekdays.

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 bordering communities.

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