Art Along the Lake: Fall Studio Tour
September 25 - October 4
Art Along the Lake
Fall Studio Tour
Fall in Cook County is a time of tumultuous beauty, so take some time to explore the colors and meet artists during the Fall Studio Tour! Stops include home studios as well as galleries with guest artists. All locations will be open daily, from 10am-5pm, with a few special Fall Studio Tour events scheduled outside of these hours.
2020 Studio Stops and Supporting Gallery Locations:
163 High Ridge Drive, Schroeder | Guest Artist: Nick Wroblewski, Woodcut Printmaker
Handmade functional stoneware pottery for use in your home. 5.6 miles southwest of Schroeder on Highway 61. Turn north on Sugarloaf Road for 1.2 miles. West on High Ridge Drive for 1/2 mile.
Mary Jane Huggins | Tall Tale Shop
7197 Bayview Drive, Tofte, Mile Marker 83 | Guest Artists: Julie Arthur, Fiber/Weaving; Marcie McIntire, Beadwork
I love using natural materials and “gifts” from Lake Superior and incorporating them into my baskets, jewelry, and other projects.
Steve Hahn | JNS Gallery
5339 West highway 61, Suite 101, Lutsen, Mile Marker 91 | Guest Artists: Kari Carter, Ceramic Pottery
Steve Hahn, jeweler since 1980, designs and creates wearable art to preserve memories in fine metals and precious stones.
Maggie Anderson | Clay Phoenix Ceramics
100 Isak Ridge, Lutsen | Guest Artists: Mary Bebie, Fused Glass; Rebecca Wicklund, Jewelry; Beth Wicklund, Letterpress
I make wheel thrown porcelain functional & decorative ceramics fired in oxidation and raku.
Sharon & Steve Frykman | Art of the Elements Gallery
306 County Road 44, Grand Marais | Guest Artists: Natalie Sobanja, Clay; Brittany Foster, Jewelry; Paul Bondhus, Stone; Bryan Hansel, Photography; Lara Hollway, Clay
An exploration in glass, metal, wood, and stone, Frykman Art Studio features Steve’s forge, Sharon’s kilns, a gallery and a sculpture garden.
North House Folk School
500 West Highway 61, Grand Marais
Our spirit, mission, and vision have captured the imagination of many. Bowl carving, shoemaking, blacksmithing, woodcarving; durability, beauty, purpose, simplicity.
Grand Marais Art Colony
120 West 3rd Avenue, Grand Marais | Guest Artist: Nan Onkka, Printmaking
Offering art classes as well as residencies and studio access. Take a tour, meet artists, and visit the Gallery Store.
Betsy Bowen | Betsy Bowen Studio
301 West 1st Avenue, Grand Marais | Guest Artists: Elise Kyllo/Wooly Works, Hand Felted Whimsy and Craft; Christine Novotny, Weaving; Melissa Wickwire/Wickwire Clay Works, Custom Hand Made Tiles and More; Maxene Linihan, Freeform Woven Paper Collage, Collage and Mixed Media Paintings, and 3-D Works
Family printshop making original hand-printed woodcuts that honor the creatures, birds, and folklore of the Northwoods and Lake Superior.
Yellow Bird Fine Art
101 West Highway 61, Grand Marais | Guest Artists: Kenneth Albrecht, Jewelry; Paula Gustafson, Landscape Paintings; Quay Flom, Jewelry; Deborah Spear, Stone Carving
Kenneth Albrech creates custom silver and wire wrapped jewelry daily. His gallery represents a very diverse collection of contemporary artists.
Joy & Company
16 1st Avenue West, Grand Marais
Joy & Company features over 100 regional makers and artists and a large selection of art supplies. An eclectic mix waiting to be discovered. Small Door–Big Store.
14 West Wisconsin Street, Grand Marais | Featured Artists: Richard Gruchalla and Carrin Rosetti, Raku Fired Ceramics
Celebrating our 40th anniversary of bringing Art of the North to you!
a. Nancy Hemstad Seaton
318 South Hungry Jack Road, Gunflint Trail | Guest Artist: Joan Farnam, Pottery
Nancy’s fused glass & watercolors capture the spirit of the woods and water surrounding her home on Hungry Jack Lake.
Jo Wood | Jo Wood Bead Art
357 County Rd. 14, Grand Marais, Between Mile Marker 117 & 118 | Guest Artist: Jacob Carr, Woodwork
Jo’s hand-stitched beaded and felted images are inspired by the life, land and waters of the North Shore.
Dan & Lee Ross
4678 E Hwy 61, Hovland, Mile Marker 127 Lakeside
Stone, clay, glass & mono-prints on Lake Superior. Come enjoy our new work in this landscape that inspired it. For 10 days each fall we welcome visitors. Sculpture Walk.
Lou Pignolet | Lou Pignolet Bowls
20 Tamarack Trail, Hovland, Mile Marker 132 Lakeside
Lou makes bark-edged bowls, handmade on a lathe from local wood, and will be demonstrating and displaying his art in his shop.
Check out the Daily Events Schedule from 2019:
2020 schedule published closer to the event