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Visitors can find information about 242 artisans and directions to their studios in the Open Studio map and guide.
The studio of furniture-maker Bill Laberge of Dorset, who is participating in his 20th year of Open Studio weekend on May 25th and 26th.
Christine Homer and Robert Compton take a break from loading pots in the salt chamber of Compton's wood-fired Noborigama kiln at their studio in Bristol, Vermont.
Fred and Judi Danforth by the pewter-spinning lathe where Fred creates pewter bowls and lamps. The Danforths will host their 20th Open Studio tour over Memorial Day weekend at their Middlebury studio and store.
Marion McChesney surrounded by the natural forms of unglazed pottery she makes at her studio in Pawlet, Vermont.
OSW Reilly, Judith.tif: Fabric artist Judith Reilly in her studio in Brandon, Vermont. (Photo: George Reilly)
OSW Besett, Harry.jpg: Harry Besett demonstrates glassblowing to Open Studio visitors at his studio in Hardwick, Vermont. (Photo: Wendy Besett)
OSW Gasperetti, Bob.jpg: Furniture maker Bob Gasperetti with a small portion of his collection of lumber in his Mt. Tabor studio near Manchester, Vermont. (Photo: Anne Majusiak)
OSW Jericho Center pinatas.jpeg: An Open Studio tradition in Jericho Center, Vermont is to decorate the village green with piñatas the artists have made from plastic bags and fabric streamers for the children who run around to touch every one. (Photo: Tom Way)
OSW Shullenberger, Dianne_ Studio.jpeg: Fiber artist and painter Dianne Shullenberger in her studio at her home in Jericho, Vermont. (Photo: Tom Way)
OSW Ranz, Jennifer_Barn Studio.jpg: Jennifer Ranz outside her pottery studio housed in an historic barn in Greensboro, Vermont (Photo: Anne Majusiak)
OSW Ranz, Jennifer_kids.jpg: Jennifer Ranz throws a pot before an attentive group of children in her barn studio in Greensboro, Vermont. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Ranz)
OSW Ayers, Jeremy with son.jpg His son Fletcher makes six generations of his family that have lived in the house where his studio is located. (Photo: Anne Majusiak)
OSW Ayers, Jeremy in studio.jpg: Jeremy Ayers throws pots in his studio in Waterbury, Vermont (Photo: Anne Majusiak
OSW Holzapfel, Michelle.jpg: Michelle Holzapfel carves a wood sculpture at the studio she shares with her woodworker husband, David, in Marlboro, Vermont. (Photo: David Holzapfel)
OSW Holzapfel, David.JPG: David Holzapfel working on a tree root he will transform into rustic furniture at the studio he shares with his woodworker wife, Michelle, in Marlboro, Vermont. (Photo Michelle Holzapfel)
OSW Kolb, Kathleen.JPG: Kathleen Kolb with a painting in progress in her studio on a hill in Lincoln, Vermont. (Photo: Anne Majusiak)
OSW visitor at Compton, Bob studio.JPG: Open Studio visitor Casey Ogden of Monkton looks at the finished pottery in Robert Compton's studio in Bristol. (Photo: Anne Majusiak)
Vermont Crafts Council
PO Box 938
Montpelier VT 05601
PO Box 938
Montpelier VT 05601
CONTACT Martha Fitch, Executive Director
(802) 223-3380, firstname.lastname@example.org