From Lottie Minick, artist studio #32
Listen closely and you can hear cleaning tools and supplies joining forces with lawn mowers and edgers. They are busy readying the studios and grounds of the artists on the White Rock Lake Artists’ Studio Tour. Though the artists promise, they work on their art until the last minute with no time to straighten.
For months, paint brushes, pottery wheels, cameras, paper, tile, welders and kilns ruled the studios. Tonight, while the dust and dirt is flying, they stop and think about staging. Their studios will only need to look organized for two days, Saturday and Sunday, October 16 and 17 from the hours of 10:00 to 5:00. Then everyone will let out their breath and welcome back chaos and those great phrases from their artist, “Where’s my – extra roll of welding wire, sheet of pink fused glass, bag of gold colored grout, favorite calligraphy pen – we could go on and on.
Meet the artists and the magic objects who live in the studios of the White Rock Lake Artists’ Studio Tour artists.
Don’t miss the Grand Debut of fused glass LOTTIEPOPS at 8331 San Cristobal, studio number 32. LOTTIE POPS last forever, 0 calories and make their proud new owner seem taller and thinner. Best of all, eyebrows looked perfectly arched when holding a LOTTIE POP close to your face.
Don’t miss the oldest, best, FREE artists tour in the metroplex.
Check out the White Rock Lake Artists’ Studio Tour website: www.whiterockartists.com