Egg Harbor and Juddville Artists Open Studios Oct. 3

Three Door County artists are opening their studios and working spaces to the public for artist demos on Oct. 3, 1 – 3 pm.

Rebecca Carlton and Tony Staroska both work in clay with a contemporary feel. Staroska studied sculpture and ceramics at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, Kansas City Art Institute and Northern Arizona University. He has been a working artist for more than 45 years.

The small things in our natural world are what intrigue artist Rebecca Carlton. She creates heavily sculpted and textured relief tile in clay. Her work can be found in public settings and private residences.

Carlton and Staroska’s art can be seen and purchased at Juddville Clay Studio Gallery, in the blue schoolhouse between Egg Harbor and Fish Creek.

“Blue Sky Day” by Ginnie Cappaert.

“Blue Sky Day” by Ginnie Cappaert.

Ginnie Cappaert is the owner of Cappaert Contemporary Gallery in Egg Harbor and will have her little log studio in the gardens open while she is working on a painting. Cappaert works in oil and creates abstracted minimalist landscapes that represent nature and the beautiful views of Door County.

This is a special opportunity for the public to see artists in their working environment, ask questions and purchase from the artist-owned galleries. Refreshments will be served during the artist demos.

Cappaert Contemporary Gallery is located at 7901 Hwy. 42 in Egg Harbor and Juddville Clay Studio and Gallery is located at 8496 Hwy. 42 in Juddville. Both galleries are open daily 10 am – 5 pm.

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