Artist Studio's Map
Abstract/landscape collages, paintings focused on use of handmade papers.
35 Pine St. in Montrose, in triangle west side. Courthouse.firstname.lastname@example.org 570-278-5077
Encaustic, mixed media, cold wax and oil.
1163 Sprout Rd., Montrose. From Montrose take Rt. 706W to Rt. 167N for ½ mile to severe left-hand turn onto Sprout Rd. Granary Studio is ½ mile on right.
Functional stoneware pottery for the home and garden.
MARCUS VAN BERS (Guest Artist)
8644 State Route 167 Kingsley at Tall Pines Farm. From PA 706/167 junction east of Montrose, take 167S for 2.5 miles to destination on left.
Watercolor and acrylic landscapes, animals and nature.
1024 Stockholm Rd. Montrose. From Rt. 29 at Dimock, go west to Elk Lake and continue 2 miles to Stockholm Rd. 1 mile on right.
Hall and accent tables crafted from unique natural and man-made materials.
Portraits of nature in pastel and watercolor.
From the PA 167/706 junction east of Montrose, take 167S for one mile. Turn left onto Mead Road and then take an immediate right. 1 mile on left.
Local landscapes, floral portraits in oils, acrylic and pastels.
3224 Turnpike St. Susquehanna. From Montrose, 706E then left on 11N. Turn right onto 492E, left onto 92N, right onto Turnpike St. From South Gibson, 92N, right onto Turnpike St.
“In the Open Air” – Between drawing and painting.
A unique blend of porcelain ceramics and natural.
Downstairs in the Methodist Church in Montrose. The entrance to the show is on Jessup St., off Church St.
Precious and nonprecious metal and enamel sculpture and jewelry.
71 East Lake Road, Brackney. From Laurel Lake Road (SR4002), take John C McNamara Drive .4 miles to Pop’s Hobby Road, turn right. Go .3 miles onto East Lake Road, 1st house on left. From PA 167, take Pop’s Hobby Road 1.5 miles, take left onto East Lake Road, 1st house on left.
14 RUTH COHEN
Functional stoneware pottery characterized by wood-fired Shino glazes and textures.
Functional stoneware pottery, wheel-thrown with a simplicity of form to enhance daily rituals.
MUD AND FIRE POTTERS
1002 Bow Bridge Road, Little Meadows. From Montrose, take 167N to North Road (SR4007). Turn right onto 267N. Turn left at light, Stanley Lake Road (1.5 miles) to Bow Bridge Road (4.5 miles). From Vestal, take 26/267S to Stanley Lake Road at light in Choconut. Turn onto Bow Bridge Road for 4.5 miles.
From Apalachin, take Pennsylvania Ave/PA 858S. Turn left onto Bow Bridge Road. 1 mile on right.
Nature and landscape photos from our region.
Subjects include our own critters and wildlife from our travels.
871 Arrowhead Lake Road, Brackney. From PA 706 west of Montrose, take PA 167N 13.5 miles, turn right onto Arrowhead Lake Road, .9 mile on right. From New York 434 south of Binghamton, take Pennsylvania Ave. south 8.3 miles. Turn left onto PA 167 for .6 miles. Go left onto Arrowhead Lake Road, .9 mile on left.
Minimalist expressions through a new lens.
Photographs of the expanses, details, and stories of the world.
Rachael and Eric VanTassel will be at Russell Farms Orchard. It is located at 1488 Hawleyton Turnpike in Brackney, PA.
18 KEN ELY
Design, construction, and restoration of dry-laid fieldstone walls.
In Dimock (Rt 29), turn east (toward Hop Bottom and Nicholson) onto SR 3023, 2.2 miles to 11453 SR 3023 N.41.72.353 W-75.87614.
19 SONJI LEE
Innovative encaustic mixed-media celebrating nature’s gifts, handmade papers and reclaimed treasures.
Realism in oil portrayed on canvas in every subject matter.
512 Johnson Pond Road, Montrose. From Montrose, south on Rt 29. First left onto Meshoppen Creek Road, third right onto Johnson Pond Road, ½ mile on left.
20 BARB MERRITT (Guest Artist)
JAYNE STOLL (Guest Artist)
Barbara Merritt and Jayne Morris Stoll are the 2019 Artists in Residence at Salt Springs Park. Their textile art ranges from traditional quilts to contemporary textile arts exploring new techniques, tools and original designs.
Salt Springs State Park – the quilts will be displayed in the Wheaton House. From Rt 29 in Franklin Forks, turn onto Silver Creek Road. Go 1 mile and turn left into the park.