Hidden in the Hills Expected To Draw Over 10,000

Artist Jeanne Bonine

Artist Jeanne Bonine

By Katherine Koenig ~ For 17 years, the Sonoran Arts League’s Hidden in the Hills Art Studio Tour has been the best place for residents to get a chance to see artists creating in a studio setting. This year’s annual studio tour, which will be held the weekends of November 22-24 and November 29 through December 1, will provide ample opportunity for the more than 10,000  visitors to get up close and personal with their favorites. The self-guided Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour calls for art lovers  to do a little driving so they can drop in on studios in Cave Creek, Carefree and Scottsdale to get to know the artists in their own environment.

Participants can choose between 167 artists and 46 studios, creating the perfect opportunity to watch the artists in action, visit and purchase art from them directly.  The range and diversity of artwork is another reason Hidden in the Hills is so popular with art lovers. There will be all kinds of art created as well as art on display during the tour. It will range from painting and sculpture, to pottery, gourd making,  mosaics, photography, mixed media and more. Admission is free and studios are open to the public from 10am-5pm each day. For more information on the artists  or to customize your route using the interactive map, visit www.hiddeninthehills.org. |CST

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