Studio Tour Throughout the country, communities of creative people often host self-guided tours of the studios and work spaces of visual artists.

I am proud to announce that my hometown, Wood River Valley Studio Tour of Sun Valley, Idaho, has been nominated for the 2015 Idaho Nonprofit Center’s Excellence Award.

  “Nonprofits make a difference in communities.” ~Janice Fulkerson




This great news precedes the 3rd Annual Wood River Valley Studio Tour (WRVST) which will be held Saturday and Sunday, August 22- 23rd from 10AM to 5PM each day.Syms-31Beehler-1Andrea-3-845x684

Extending from the Idaho communities of Bellevue, Hailey, Ketchum and Sun Valley, the free, self-guided tour allows visitors the rare opportunity to watch the artists at work in their own creative sanctuary, ask questions and buy direct from the source.

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The art studio of Lori McNee

Art enthusiasts will be able to view the group exhibition representing all 59 participating Tour artists during the afternoons August 18 – 20th at the nexStage Theater in Ketchum, Idaho. An artists reception to be held Friday, August 21st from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at the nexStage Theater. Everyone is invited to spend the evening mingling with the artists.

Expect to find artistic disciplines ranging from painting, mixed media, ceramics, woodworking, sculpture, fine art photography, printmaking, jewelry, and weavings from Regional, National and International artists.

Annie May


According to Janice Fulkerson, Executive Director of the Idaho Nonprofit Center, “Nonprofits make a difference in communities. We continued to be impressed with the many moving stories in the 2015 nominations and extremely proud of the nonprofits and what their contributions mean to the quality of life in Idaho.”

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