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The Plymouth Arts Center is one of 17 venues hosting artists in this year's Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour.  

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Arts Center is sponsoring the 8th Annual Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour Friday, June 10 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday, June 11 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The free, self-guided tour will feature over 40 artists at 17 venues.

The tour will include an eclectic variety of artists, including painters, photographers, sculptors, furniture makers and more. Seven of the artists will be presenting in the Plymouth Arts Center’s Great Room, while the others will be at galleries and private studios throughout the area.

The two-day event will include demos, door prizes, and the chance to purchase original works of art directly from the artists who created them.

Here is a complete list of venues and artists:                             

Plymouth Arts Center Great Room, 520 E. Mill St., Plymouth

  • Phyllis Brillowski - Watercolor, land and seascapes, flowers
  • Evie Grasse - Watercolor art framed/ matted, cards, glass ornaments
  • Dennis W. Ninmer - Artistic expression in photography
  • Mary Ann Zuengler - Acrylic artist focusing on landscapes, animals & nature
  • Charna Schwartz – Wheel-thrown & hand-built/altered forms, functional and decorative
  • Lyn Chevier – Wire-woven and wire-crocheted jewelry, hand-woven bead weaving
  • Robert Hagen - Modern landscape photography printed on watercolor paper

Round Barn Wood Crafts, 120 Caroline St., Plymouth

  • John & Trudie Hechel - Handcrafted funtional woodcrafts from Mother Nature’s bounty of Midwestern hardwoods

Stone Circle Studios, W7198 County Road U, Plymouth

  • Eric Paulson - Landscape paintings.
  • Steve Meyer - Turned wood decorative art

Beringer Fine Art, N6880 Star Road, Plymouth

  • Lori Beringer - Colorful oil and pastel paintings in a wide variety of subjects
  • Cheryl Galloway – Handmade jewelry

Chrysalis-Bronkart Studio & Gallery, N7202 Highview Road, Plymouth

  • Richard Bronk – One-of-a-kind wood creations that involve free-form joinery and solid wood inlay, furniture & sculptures.
  • Pamela Bronk – Custom-made leather handbags and accessories
  • Pat Reiher - Showing ceramic sculptures and unique fabricated jewelry
  • Barbara Hollenback - Fiber artist, hand-painted collage and stitched

Two Fish Gallery, 244 E. Rhine St., Elkhart Lake

  • Karen and Patrick Robison - Mixed media and clay artists. Two Fish offers a colorful collection of fine craft, fine art, and fair trade works along with a blooming sculpture garden.

Heart to Heart, 119 Persnickety Place, Kiel

  • Shari Grenzow Mauer – Signs, birdhouses, yard art and other decorative items

Seranya Studios at Laack’s Hall, W4302 County Road JM, Johnsonville (Sheboygan Falls)

  • Susan Radke – Fiber art hand-painted and/or dyed wearables, felting, and acrylic painting
  • Richard Rooker – Original watercolors and prints

gmTHULL Creations, N5718 County Road M, Plymouth

  • Gail Thull - Handcrafted jewelry with focus on wire-wrapping, vintage Czech Crystals, fiber-based jewelry

“Krissy K” Morse Design, W6635 County Road F, Cascade

  • Kris Morse - Contemporary wildlife, acrylic paintings and printed products

MLouHager Studio, N1773 Cedar Road, Adell

  • Mary L. Hager - Fun creatures in 3-D mixed media, air dry clay over wood and wire

Prairie Path Studio, W6829 S. County Road A, Adell

  • Patricia Baker Ellis – Oil paintings inspired by nature’s beauty

Bowl Dog Woodturning, N1614 State Hwy. 28, Adell

  • Dick Bemis - Unique and functional hand-turned Wisconsin burl pieces

Redemption Cove, N152 Camp Awana Road, Random Lake

  • Linda Boehlke - Oil and watercolor paintings of nature, figures, and animals
  • Eugene Schmitz – Photography, candid photos of nature, animals and figures
  • Irene Schmitz - Oil and watercolor paintings of nature and animals

Eagle Feather Artisan, W6714 State Hwy. 144, Random Lake

  • Dave and Bonnie Horn – Chainsaw sculptures

Silver Creek Pottery & Forge, W6725 State Hwy. 144, Random Lake

  • Jeremiah Backhaus – Hand-forged ironwork, “Forged in Fire Champion”
  • Mark and Sylvia Mondloch – Collaborative work inspired by nature in clay and forged iron, functional and sculptural pieces for your home and garden
  • Shelby Johnson – Apprentice blacksmith and potter.

Old Town Studio & Gallery, 814 Main St., Belgium

  • Don and Eileen Urness – Don is a handmade paper artist. Eileen creates polymer clay environments and eggs.
  • David Allen – Creative metal art sculptures for your yard and garden

For more information, including visual examples of the artists’ work, see Plymouth Arts Center’s 2002 Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour guide.

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