Thursday, December 31, 2009

Bev Morton - In Plain View

Wayne Arthur Gallery

186 Provencher Blvd
Invites you to

A Window Into the Past and Present
Paintings Old and New by Bev Morton

Opening Sunday, January 3, and continues to Tuesday, January 26

Artist reception, Sunday, January 3, from 1 to 4 PM

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11AM to 5PM

Web site:
For more information
Call Bev at 477-5249

About the Show:

When I first started painting I looked at inanimate objects such as toys
and gave them a whimsical life in my paintings. The people were imaginary and I filled my spaces with vibrant colour.
Later on, my inspiration came from people, places, and memories that were important to me. I have dwelt on happy moments in my life.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Lipton St. Studio - No Longer In Plain View?

Sad News: Karen Johannsson is closing her Lipton St. Studio. A valued landmark in Wolseley for many years. We hope it will pop up again somewhere soon. Good Luck, Karen.
 In the meantime, Karen has lots of  work available in many other locations.


And................We have a winner
of the December Tour $100 Gift Certificate.
It is  Ovide Mercredi!

For information about the gift certificate, go to  


Sunday, December 6, 2009

Kathleen Black's New Work In Plain View

Kathleen Black says about her new work: "These are the latest in pate de verre art glass vessels. They are the largest I have ever done at a foot and 1/2 round!"


Thursday, December 3, 2009

Glass Art by the Sokalskis In Plain View

cre8ery hosts:

HUMAN COMMUNCIATION: ART, by Jolanta Sokalska & Zbigniew Sokalski
Opening: Fri, Dec. 4, 7-11 pm
Free to attend, all welcome, artists in attendance
Hours: Sat, Sun & Tues 12-5 pm; Mon 6-10

Cre8ery and Jolanta and Zbigniew also participate in the InPlainView studio tours @ cre8ery: December 5 & 6, 12-5 pm


Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Nancy Blokland and Wayne Arthur In Plain View

New work from Nancy Blokland's latest kiln...

"I am calling these Out of the Mud."


Wayne Arthur Gallery
announces the following event:

Kay Stone, long-time Winnipeg storyteller and a founder of the new Manitoba Storytelling Guild, will tell you three stories related to the exciting exhibit, "50 Manitoba Stories." She learned two tales from local Polish and Metis tellers, and the third will come from one of the pieces of art. Come and see which one! Saturday, December 5, at 1:30.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Artists In Plain View - this weekend!

Joining LeVerne Tucker in her studio for the upcoming IPV tour this weekend will be the very talented Heidi Hunter, with her beautiful silk scarves, quilts and prints, as well as Carrie Wolchock of Zinnia Handbags with a great selection of handcrafted handbags, totes and wallets. LeVerne has been working on a number of one-of-a-kind pieces to entice you as well, so please stop in at 420 Ritchot Street this weeend.

The Next In Plain View Studio Tour
is happening this coming weekend! - Dec. 5 & 6, 12-5
So get your friends together, grab your brochure, hop in your car and come visit us in our studios and galleries.
If you can't find your brochure, go to our website Click on the map link and download the venues list and the maps and print them out.


Monica de Jong Exhibiting In Plain View

"Once Upon A Time", an exhibition of Monica de Jong's ceramics, runs at La Maison Des Artistes, 219 Boul Provencher, St. Boniface, until January 10, 2010. Gallery hours are Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM

Friday, November 27, 2009

Wayne Arthur Gallery Group Show

Wayne Arthur Gallery

186 Provencher Blvd

Invites you to
50 Manitoba Stories
Annual group show

Opens Saturday, November 28,

Artist reception: Sunday, November 29, 1 to 5 PM

Show continues to Wednesday, December 30

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11AM to 5PM

Web site:

For more information
Call Bev at 477-5249


Thursday, November 19, 2009

Pat Bragg at a Craft Sale In Plain View

Pat Bragg is showing her photographs at a Christmas Craft sale,

November 28 at the
Winnipeg Centre Vineyard, 782 Main Street at Sutherland. 

Special Orders can be ready in time for Christmas!


Pat, together with other In Plain View Artists
will also be showing their work in their studios
during the
In Plain View Studio Tour - coming up
December 5 & 6.
Check us out at

Monday, November 16, 2009

A Winner in Plain View

winning draw ticket was pulled from our ticket box on Friday, Nov. 13 at 2:45 p.m.
The winner of our $100 gift certificate is Gord Howorth. Congratulations, Gord!
The winning ticket was drawn by Harvey Fineman, above,  who graciously agreed to take the time out from setting up in the Art and Collectibles Sale at the Unitarian Church this past weekend. He selected the ticket from literally hundreds that were in the box, collected from all the In Plain View studios around the city.
Gord can use this gift certificate towards the purchase of a work of art from one of the 30 artists who participated in the tour.
More good news! - we will be holding another draw following the next tour on the first weekend of December - 5&6. So plan on coming out for that. The more studios you visit on the tour, the more chances you will have to win.
Go to our website for details:


Medea Gallery
 Annual Holiday Season Exhibition

A is for Artist
Original Artworks for a Children's Book created by Gallery Members
Opening Reception : Saturday, Nov. 21st  1 - 4 pm
Books available - Artists in attendance
Book Launch at McNally Robinson Grant Park
8 pm Tuesday November 17, 2009
Exhibition at Medea Gallery: November 20th to December 31st, 2009

Friday, November 13, 2009

Nancy Blokland In Plain View

Nancy Blokland Pottery

will be at the


Nancy will have new work including vases, cannisters, mugs, tea pots, candle holders in both porcelain and stoneware for the gift giving season.

There will be a wide range of vendors, 25 in total selling Artisan creations, Bling, and other items. A children's Toonie Boutique will be available for the younger set, so adults can shop.

for more information contact:
Nancy Blokland Pottery,
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 1B9 204-799-3792


Thursday, November 12, 2009

Kathleen Black - Artist in Plain View

Symphony in Glass

New work in glass and paint by

Kathleen Black

Piano Nobile

The Centennial Concert Hall Mezzanine

October 25- December 11, 2009.

Wine and Cheese Reception and Sale
Thursday, November 12, 2009.
6-9 pm

Main Doors


Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Craft Sales In Plain View

Photographs by Pat Bragg will be available for sale
at the Christmas Craft Sale at
Robert A. Steen Community Centre,
980 Palmerston Avenue
in Wolseley,
November 14 and 15, 2009.
The hours are between 10 am and 4 pm and there will be many artisans and creators displaying their art. In addition to art cards, matted photographs and framed pictures of all sizes, special orders can be taken in time to have that special Christmas present under the tree. See you there!


Holiday Art, Book and Collectibles Sale
at the Unitarian Church
603 Wellington Crescent
November 13th & 14th
Friday 6 to 9 pm
Saturday 10 am to 4 pm

Church gift sale featuring art work, hand crafts, jewellery, cards, pottery, home baking, books, collectibles and more.
P.S. - Jo'Anne Kelly, an In Plain View artist, will be there.


Friday, November 6, 2009

Studio Tours - In Plain View

Here it comes, folks.
The In Plain View Studio Tour is upon us! This Saturday and Sunday people all over Winnipeg will be visiting the studios and galleries that showcase local creativity and talent.

Everyone is welcome and the price is free! Just join a group of friends, or go solo, get in your car or put on your walking shoes and go on a cultural journey. See where art is made. Support your local creative neighbours. Find that perfect totally original gift.

The tour maps are available on our website. Just hit the map link at the top of the home page and you can download and print out the numbered list of artist venues, and print out each district numbered maps. Then you are all set.

You can also get a copy of the In Plain View brochure at the Manitoba Tourism site at the Forks (Johnston terminal) or Destination Winnipeg, 259 Portage Ave. or at any of the artist studios or galleries on the tour.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Katharine Bruce - an artist in plain view

invites you to attend a special event at her studio.

STUDIO #709-- 138 Portage Ave EAST,(across from Fairmont Hotel parking lot)


• FRIDAY - NOV. 6 (5-8PM)

• SAT/SUN - NOV. 7 & 8 NOON - 5PM

”Katharine is the quintessential modern artist. She captures the form of her subjects with spirit, grace and insight. Her work adds life and energy to any environment where it hangs.”
For a preview visit her website:

• e-mail:

STUDIO VISITS BY APPT. all year: 204-786-3052

Please check for other artists who are participating in the Sat/Sun open studio event:


Monday, October 26, 2009

The Red Brochures are In Plain View

Watch out for In Plain View's

Beautiful Brochures

These gorgeous red booklets, illustrated with images of art, can be found at the galleries and studios listed on our website as well as at Explore Manitoba Centre at
The Forks (adjacent to the Johnston Terminal) and at
Destination Winnipeg, 259 Portage Avenue.

Get one and go on the TOUR!
Nov. 7 & 8


cre8ery hosts:

October 29-November 3, 2009

a sensation that cannot be communicated or apprehended by any other means than direct experience. This unique abstract expressionist exhibition features three Winnipeg visual artists and their diverse interpretations and perspectives.

Featuring: Blake McArthur, Catherine Emilie and Victor Popow

Opening Reception: Oct 29, 7-11 pm, free admission & artists in attendance
Hours: Fri, Sat, & Tues 12-5 pm; Mon eve 6-10 pm

Exhibit closes: Tuesday November 3, 5 pm

For complete bios, statements & art samples please follow this link*:


Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Art Events In Plain View

In Plain View Artist Aliza Amihude Expresses Herself!

The Vaudeville Vixens!
Location: The Ellice Theatre, 585 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, MB

Phone: 204-295-2478
October 16th, 17th, & 18th at 8:00pm

Reclaiming Winnipeg’s place in the history of Vaudeville, Va-Va-Va-Vaudeville! featuring Vic Vesuvio and the Vaudeville Vixens is sure to delight adult audiences from October 16-18, 2009, 8pm at the Ellice Theatre, 585 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, with an eclectic two-act performance.

Va-Va-Va-Vaudeville! is the brainchild of three Winnipeg multi-media artists – Aliza Amihude, Kami Desilets, and Keri-lee Smith, all who produced, wrote, and will perform original pieces, supported by guest emcee Cory Wojcik, and performance artists, Connie Rodrigues and Atom Dzaman.

These three October performances are the first in a series of Va-Va-Va-Vaudeville! shows that will run every four months, created to provide a medium for Manitoba performance artists to showcase their own original work. The 2010 shows will feature a different guest emcee, more original material, and different supporting actors and acts, except for our three Vixens, Amihude, Desilets, and Smith.

Tickets are $11
$1 going to Oyate Tipi in support of Winnipeg women’s shelters
buy in advance by calling 204-295-2478
or at Into the Music ($12)
Adults only Admission!!

Helen Lyons invites you to:


CRE8ERY presents:
 an exhibition of contemporary fabric art by artist,
Tara Davis

ribbon – chain - wool - acrylic - grandma – doily – beads – buttons – plastic- lace – tulle – paint– bouquet -twigs - fringe
Opening Reception, Thursday October 15, 2009, 7-11pm
Exhibition closes Tues, Oct 20, 5 pm

Additional Hours: Friday to Sunday, 12-5; Monday eve 6-10; & Tuesday 12-5 pm

Tara Davis intimately blends a variety of textures and colours to create multi-media pieces and wearable scarves. She inherits, finds or otherwise acquires her materials from different times, places, and people. Each medium carries its own history and story. As Tara weaves together these assorted findings, she, therefore, mixes past with present, old with new, fact with fiction and encourages viewers and wearers to question their stories in the midst of these opposing yet complementary forces.


News about Wayne Arthur Gallery

 Gloria De Neve will be here at the gallery for part of each Wednesday while her show is on. Gina is unable to make it until the Creative Coffeebreak, Thursday, October 22 at 7.
There are some pictures on the web site:

Thursday, October 1, 2009

In Plain View Gallery - Cre8ery news

October 1 - 10, 2009

cre8ery hosts:

Encountered Souls, a painting & sculpture exhibit by Andrew Marek

Opening Reception: October 1, 7-11pm

Always free to attend, all are welcome, artist in attendance
Additional Hours:
Afternoons: Tuesday through Saturday 12-5 pm
Evenings: Monday & Thursday evenings 6-10
Exhibition closes: October 10 at 5 pm

Encountered Souls, Artist Statement
In all of our travels we encounter souls, we hear of Old Souls, Lost Souls, Enchanted Souls and Searching Souls. All these are representative of something beyond us, which I feel a need to connect with.
If we take the time to look and listen we can find out what comprises the world we live in both materialistically but mostly spiritually. With my work I strive to capture something outside myself and thusly find out more about who I am and those around me.
My current work revolves around the found object and abstracted impressions. By collecting objects and images I feel that I am piecing together an understanding of all the overlapping slices of time and place. I Imagine scenarios and try to give identities to the ideas spawned by various writings conversations and instances that comprise my existence.

cre8ery news:

Studio Available: for a photographer

New works! Auxiliary Gallery: Claire Freisen, Chu Pei, Reed Oslund, Tracy Peters & Bhavni Bhakoo

Upcoming Exhibit: Interwoven, contemp. fabric art by Tara Davis, Oct 15, 7-11

Upcoming Classes, spaces still available:
Intro to Digital Photography, October 3, 1-3 pm
Small Stained Glass Project, October 10, 10-4:30pm
Intro to Life Drawing (Nudes): Eve Sessions Oct 14-Nov. 18, 7-9:30pm
Painting on Yupo Paper, Oct 17, 10:30-3:30
Mixed Media: Abstracting Collage, October 18, 1-4pm
Documenting Your 2D Artworks: Oct 24, 1-3 pm

Sketch Nights:  Mon & Thurs each week! 6:30-9:30pm, $7.00 drop in

For more information please contact:
Jordan Miller
2-125 Adelaide St.
Winnipeg, MB
R3A 0W4

Monday, September 28, 2009

Artist In Plain View - Gloria De Neve

In Plain View artist Gloria De Neve invites you to the opening of her show, (partnering with Gina Roth) at IPV gallery: Wayne Arthur Gallery, this Sunday, October 4, from 1 to 4 p.m. The show will continue until October 28.

Gloria is part of the In Plain View Winnipeg artists' studio tours that are coming up soon. These are self-guided tours to 30 artists' studios and galleries that feature their work. The tour dates are: Nov. 7-8, Dec. 5-6, 2009 and June 5-6, 2010. To find out more about the tours, and about Gloria and the other artists on the tours, go to:

Saturday, September 19, 2009

4 Artists In Plain View

The Manitoba Crafts Council opened its annual juried show, "Culture-Counterculture", at Outworks Gallery this past Thursday evening, Sept. 17. It's a great show and worth a visit or two. Doug Melnyk, speaking for the jury, said about the entries: "Overall, we were faced with a wide variety of creative processes that blurred the lines between art and craft. Many pieces were excellent in terms of  technical considerations, but the nicer surprise was the large number which were so personally expressive and so wildly experimental."
The work of four artists from In Plain View were selected for this show -
Aliza Amidude's mixed media book: "I've Often Thought About Killing Myself"
Kathleen Black's pate de verre bowl "Flowering Steel Cannikin"
Jolanta Kieres Solkaska's glass and metal piece "Emotions"
Jo'Anne Kelly's ceramic and painted silk wall piece "Goth Medusa".
The show continues at Outworks until Sept. 29. Following that, the exhibition will travel to Neepawa at the Viscount Cultural Centre for the month of October.
Winnipeg particulars:
Outworks Gallery

3rd floor, 290 McDermot Ave in the Exchange
Exhibition continues Sept 18-29, 2009
Gallery hours Tues-Sat, 12-5

(Note: I wasn't able to post an image of Jolanta Sokalska's work, because she's away in Poland. Hopefully I can obtain a copy of her piece when she returns. JAK)

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Galleries In Plain View

The following galleries featured on In Plain View Tours  are having openings soon. Check them out. And check out In Plain View's website to see more information about the galleries, about the artist tours and about Winnipeg artists -

cre8ery gallery hosts:
Trinity: Paintings, Drawings & Collage, a solo exhibition by Michael Joyal
Opening Reception: September 10, 6:30-10 pm
Gallery Hours: Tues - Saturday 12-5;
Monday & Thursday evenings 6-10 pm
Exhibition closes: Tuesday September 29, 5 pm
2nd flr, 125 Adelaide St., Winnipeg, MB
(in Winnipeg's Exchange District)
Phone: (204) 510-1623

Medea Gallery
Gantzel's Glimpses

Photography by
Jack Gantzel
November 1st to 16th, 2009
132 Osborne St.
Winnipeg, MB R3L 1Y9
Phone: (204) 831-6792
Wayne Arthur Gallery

186 Provencher Blvd
Invites you to
Photographs by Heather Robertson
Opening Saturday, September 5, and continues to Wednesday September 30.
Artist reception, Friday, September 11, from 7 to 9 PM
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11AM to 5PM
For more information
Call Bev at 477-5249

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Artist In Plain View - LILY ROSENBERG

Lily is a Designer/Maker of Studio Jewellery exploring new forms for personal expression.
Lily will not be available during the November tour but will welcome visitors to her studio during the tours of December 5 & 6, 2009 and on June 5 & 6, 2010. At other times she is available by appointment. For more information about the tours, go to:
Lily can be found at:
Lily Rosenberg Studio
206 Chestnut Street
Winnipeg, MB
(204) 774-2140

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Artist In Plain View - KATHARINE BRUCE

Katharine says about her work:
The mode of discipline that I work with involves a substantial collaboration with chance which relies upon an alertness to unintended consequences. The sudden appearance of unforseen possibilities,  in the meantime, requires a constitutional capacity to function within a certain degree of chaos. If I approach a canvas with what might appear a nonchalant anything goes disposition, it is with the same humility one brings to contemplating visual experience in the natural world. The requisite inner gesture is a sort of stepping out of the way in order to let something happen. There is the intuitive, dreamy quality of an otherworldly realm and, at the same time--here and nowness. Nature is the over riding motivation for my ART.

Katharine will welcome guests to her studio during the In Plain View Studio Tours taking place on the first weekends of November and December, '09. For more information go to:

Katharine Bruce
Bruce Art Works
138 Portage Ave East
studio: 709
786-3052 by appointment all year
open during shows

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Artist In Plain View - Nancy Blokland

Nancy Blokland is a potter based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Making pottery is a life long passion for her, as the process is therapeutic and endlessly interesting. Producing stoneware and porcelain functional ware, from mugs to soup tureens, to vases, she is heavily influenced by her time spent in Latin America. The botanical impressions from her garden and vibrant colors reflect this. Nancy strives to incorporate both beauty and functionality into every piece for the buyer so they will be used for years to come.

Nancy Blokland Pottery
273 Enfield Crescent Winnipeg, Manitoba
Nancy will be in her studio during tour dates
At other times -visits by appointment only
go to
for more information

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Artist In Plain View - KATHLEEN BLACK

Kathleen Noelle Black is Back with In Plain View.
She would like everyone to know that her work is currently displaying in the Auxillary Gallery at the Cre8ery at 125 Adelaide St. View her paintings at

Painter/ Sculptor/ Glass Worker with a BFA, U of M, and ACAD/RDCC, Alberta, Kathleen says:
It is the emotional strengths and weakness of living that give life to my work. Small pieces of glass jewelry to larger organic, cast glass sculpture, windows, oils, water colour, acrylic, monoprints and mixed media - all reflect my exploration of light, dark, transparency, reflection, growth, and time. It really is about time - time of day, time of life, how little or great the time...

Kathleen produces one of a kind glass sculptures, original paintings and small unique glass jewelry pieces. She will be found during the In Plain View studio artists' tours at:

151 Garfield St. South
Winnipeg, MB. R3G 2L

Tuesday, August 25, 2009


Whether abstract or representational, my work in acrylic has evolved from the visual perfectionism of Graphic Design to something more raw, simple, visceral and very personal.
Eastern Philosophy has always intrigued and mystified me. This combined with my long history as a musician gives me an appreciation of the value of simplicity and space and how it contrasts and balances with the bold colours, objects and sounds that define it.
My influences include all those that celebrate the simple beauty of space. British filmaker David Lean with his sparse yet epic visual feast Lawrence of Arabia. American composer John Cage with his Zen influenced silent composition 4' 33''. Photographer Willliam Claxton and his raw simple images that capture the complexity and nuance of American Jazz.
Producing art, for me, is about trying to capture and define the energy contained in space, like an atom, vast in space, yet massive in energy. This energy is held and defined by the perfect balance of object, colour and space in a set frame - a defined space in balance. Picasso's work and traditional Eastern Art has a strong sense of this.
For me, on a personal level, it is reflected in my personal mantra , " Music is the dance of my soul, Art is its reflection, Silence and solitude its refuge ''.
Larry will be in attendance at his studio during the upcoming In Plain View Studio Tours. For more information go to
Larry Rich Studio
45 Moore Avenue, MB R2M 2C2
ph: 779-2809 e:


Changes South
Photographs by Pat Bragg

Pat Bragg has had a long time love of photography and during a recent trip to Europe found her eyes sharpened by the light, the amazing textures in nature and historical structures, and the sheer exuberance of Italy.

This translated into a new appreciation for the details of life closer to home: neighbourhood gardens, prairie scenes, and our own Manitoba light and colour.

Her original works are available in several formats including framed, matted, and greeting cards and can be custom ordered in a size to fit your mood or your rooms.

Pat welcomes guests to her studio during the In Plain View Studio Tours taking place on the first weekends of November and December, 2009 and of next June, 2010. For more information, go to:

Open during tour hours and year round by appointment. Also during the summer of 2009 check out her displays at the Pine Ridge Hollow Farmer’s Market (Saturdays) and the Osborne Village Farmer’s Market (Thursdays 4-8 p.m.)

501 Camden Place, Winnipeg, MB
Phone: 204.254.1184

Monday, August 24, 2009

New Artist in Plain View: LeVerne Tucker

Glass artist and jewelry designer LeVerne Tucker offers a distinctive collection of jewelry and objects crafted from flame-worked glass. LeVerne utilizes precious metal clay in silver and bronze to create unique pieces such as pendants, toggles and organic shapes, which are incorporated into her designs.
Recent work includes her signature hollow beads, as well as glass blowing techniques used to form hollow witch balls and fairy balls.
A small selection of jewelry and trinket boxes featuring flame-worked glass accents, metal clay and found objects will also be offered.

LeVerne can be found at 420 Ritchot Street, Winnipeg during the In Plain View Artists' Studio Tour on the first weekend in December 2009 and in June 2010, However she will be at 717 Charleswood Road for the tour on the first weekend of November. She will be at this location on Friday, November 6 from 4-8 pm, and Saturday November 7 from 10 am - 3 pm. For more information about the tour go to:

Check out LeVerne's website at:


Here's some news from a former In Plain View

gallery/studio participant
cre8ery has a great line up of fall classes suitable for beginners & advanced students! Register today!
For images, artist bios, testimonials & descriptions please visit the following link:


ARTISTS in all Media -

If you are interested in being part of In Plain View

contact Jo'Anne Kelly at or phone 772-4851

Sunday, August 23, 2009

A New Artist In Plain View - Gloria De Neve

Gloria De Neve was born in Green Bay, Manitoba . She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Manitoba, followed by studies with the British Craftsman Association in England and Wales.

Gloria says about her work:
My imagery balances the tension in the fragility and vulnerability of the physical body ...... with the quiet timelessness and strength of the human spirit.
I use the human body as my imagery, to explore this balance and tension. As each person's lifetime is journeyed, the evolution of the soul is etched in one's own "Spirit Shield", which never dies, which carries on from one lifetime to another. My Raku forms have evolved into expressions of the Spirit Shield, and the search for these higher truths.
My work reflects this search within the sculptural and embellishment possibilities found in both Raku clay and hand-painted, manipulated silk fibre. Both mediums offer a similar tactile process of touch and movement.

Gloria and artist, Gina Roth ( from Hillside Beach ), will be having an upcoming show of their recent work at the Wayne Arthur Gallery ( 186 Provencher Blvd., Winnipeg ).
The exhibition, "Life's Journeys", runs from October 4th - 28th, with the Artist Reception on October 4th, from 1:00 - 4:00 pm.


Remember our In Plain View artists' studio tours which will take place on the first weekends of November and December 2009 (and there will be another the first weekend of next June)

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Artists In Plain View


The next In Plain View Winnipeg Artists Studio Tours will be held on the first weekend of November and the first weekend of December.

Take a self-guided tour and visit artists in their studio environments and view original art in the setting in which it has been created.
These tours are free of charge. Local artists offer you a peek into their world, where you will experience art in many media - paintings, ceramics, sculpture, watercolour, printmaking, glass art, jewellery-making, mosaics and more.
An abundance of creative, original artworks will be on exhibit for show and for sale.