Site 1 Accola Gallery
1. Accola Gallery
502 2nd Ave E, Durand, WI

Gallery Hours: Open most Saturdays 10-2 (Apr-Dec) or by chance or appt.

The Accola Gallery celebrates 30 years of making art. Jean will be showing her work completed while in Trinidad- Tobago last winter – large acrylics on canvas. The work of the GoPaint! Plein Air artists will also be on exhibit.

Site 2 Day/Dunlap
2. Day/Dunlap Studio
W9012 pottery ln, Arkansaw, WI

Gallery Hours: Open year round by appt.

Linda Day & Bruce Dunlap’s shared studio is in Porcupine Valley, an idyllic country setting. You are invited to visit the resident chickens and see some colorful paintings and pottery including many freshly made whimsical birdhouses!

Site 3 Elaine Seifert Studio
3. Elaine Seifert Studio
N1775 Big Hill Rd, Pepin WI

High above beautiful Hick’s Valley come see watercolors & landscape quilts. The studio is tucked into the woods with a summer garden and a waterfall.

Site 4 Little Plum Pottery
4. Little Plum Pottery
Art Gannett & Barbara Andersen
N3203 Plum Valley Rd, Plum City WI

Open year-round by appt.

Wood-fired stoneware pottery in the secluded Little Plum Valley. Birdhouses, flower pots & much more. Ongoing potter’s wheel demonstrations – watch or try it yourself!

Guest artist: Casey Maude - pottery

Site 5 Smith Bros Landing
5. Smith Bros Landing
200 E. Marina Dr, Pepin, WI

Hours: 9-6 daily May 1-Oct 31; Other times by appt.

Welded & fused glass garden structures and a wide variety of hosta provide our main focus.

Site 6 T & C Latané

6. Tom & Catherine Latané
412 2nd St, Pepin, WI

Hours: - Open most Fridays & Saturdays May-Dec, as well as other times by chance or appt/ call ahead.

Tom Latané is widely known for his skill as a blacksmith. Kitty and Tom’s studio-gallery is filled with hand-made functional art.

Site 7 Cultural Cloth
7. Cultural Cloth
W3560 Hwy 35, Maiden Rock, WI

Hours: Thursday-Sunday, 10-5pm

Cultural Cloth represents primarily women artisans from 17 countries in the developing world. Textiles from our home collection have been featured in the NY Times & in regional press.

Featured artist : Emily Kisa & the Dokuma collection, a contemporary adaptation of the ancient art called "Oya" in Turkey – jewelry crocheted with fine cotton & silk threads.

Site 8 Backwaters Studio

8. Backwaters Studio
PO Box 217, Bay City, WI
Take a walk through the backwaters of the Mississippi River where David Meixner creates his unique stoneware pottery and photographs.

Site 9 Black Cat Farmstead
9. Black Cat Farmstead
Andrea Myklebust
N3049 Nelson Lane, Stockholm, WI

Hours: Thurs-Sun 10-6; Tues noon-8pm

Handmade yarn and raw materials for fiber and textile artists. Spinning & weaving tools and instruction on a working farm raising sheep and flax.

Site 10 Gail Pommerening

10. Gail Pommerening
N944 133rd St, Plum City, WI

Hours: Home studio open by appt; Art & Soul Gallery in Alma open seasonally. "River Sentry" will be one of many new paintings featured at Gail’s country home studio during the art tour.

Site 11 Leah Werner Studio
11. Leah Werner Studio
N1250 Co Rd CC

Come see whimsical garden critters & custom pet sculptures at Leah Werner’s ceramic studio – a quaintly refurbished 1920’s garage, which sits atop rolling farm fields in rural Maiden Rock.

Guest artist: Clifford Price – Stoneware pottery

Site 12 Flaming Fire Art Studio
12. Flaming Fire Art Studio
N3002 Co Rd CC, Maiden Rock, WI

Hours: Open year round by chance or appt

Come enjoy this unique country art studio featuring Kaye Luetke’s creative ceramic art, garden mosaics and paintings. Participate in a raku firing.

Featured artist: Mark Lusardi – Raku claywork which is an expression of his dreams, travels, and intimate moments – he calls them spirit maps.

Site 13 Little Plum Schoolhouse
13. Little Plum Schoolhouse
W8851 Cty Road N, Pepin, WI

Jewelry of copper & recycled metals by Cindy King, textile art by Beth Tabor & plein air oil paintings by Matt Anderson capturing rural scenery of the Midwest. The historic Little Plum Schoolhouse was built in 1899 on the banks of Little Plum Creek. Ongoing demos.