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November Issue 2003
11th Annual Chatham Studio Tour Take Place Dec. 6&7 and Dec. 13&14, 2003
The 11th Annual Chatham Studio Tour is officially underway, and the diversity of the artwork continues to grow. In Dec. 2003, fifty-six artists will open their studios and sell directly to the public: fourteen new artists will show for their first time on the Tour. To accommodate the number of artists and visitors, the Studio Tour will once again be extended to two weekends. Dates are Dec. 6-7 and 13-14, 2003, with a kick-off reception that is open to the public on the evening of Dec. 5, 7 p.m. at Central Carolina College, Pittsboro Campus in Pittsboro, NC. Mark your calendars and plan to join this festive and fun visual arts tour of Chatham County!
Artists participating are: Mark Bashista, Vitabeth Bensen, Anne Botto, Marty Broda, Joyce Bryan, Shannon Bueker, Phyllis Burns, Stephen Cote, Salinda Dahl, Martha Danek, Doug Dotson, Susan Draughon, Doris Dunlap. Kevin Eichner, Sally Erickson, Lyle Estill, Beth Goldston, Eva Green, Tripp Gregson, Norma Hawthorne, Mark Hewitt, Ruffin Hobbs, Louise Hobbs, Joel Hunnicutt, Kathleen Jardine, David Jessee, Katherine Ladd, Sonia Landwehr, Stacye Leanza, Mary Lucas, Roberta Marasca, William Moore, Tamera Mulanix, Gretchen Niver, Carol Owen, Zen Palkoski, Leslie Palmer, Douglas Peterson, Dmitri Resnik, Janet Resnik, Janke Rieves, Laura Ames Riley, Sally Resnik Rockriver, Siglinda Scarpa, Fran Schultzberg, Rusty Sieck, Joan Sommers, Rita Spina, Annabelle Stein, Dawn Stetzei, Sally Sutton, Caroline Thomas, Melody Troncale, Monnda Welch, Eddie White, and Alex Wilhite.
For more information check the Chatham
Studio Tour website (www.chathamstudiotour.com) or e-mail to (email@example.com).
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