Oracle artists host annual studio tour

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Nearly 40 artists and artisans presented their works at home studios, historic ranches, and group venues at the annual Oracle Studio Tour, held Saturday and Sunday, May 4-5. Seventeen locations throughout this picturesque foothills community northeast of Tucson greeted visitors from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. both days.

Visitors made their first stop at the Gallery Welcome Center, 1880 W. American Ave., to view work by all participating artists and pick up a self-guiding map brochure which contains full artist information and notes about special demonstrations.

In addition to artists who were group-sponsored at Rancho Linda Vista and My Cousins Closet Shop, the following participated:

Val Bembenek, Quentin Branch, Alicia Bristow, Jill Caid, Barbara Kemp Cowlin, Jim Cowlin, Diana Creighton, Bette Jean Cundiff, Deborah Currier, David Flynn, Pat Hardin, Christopher Holleman, Sharon Holnback, Dan Johnson, Belinda Kirkpatrick, Jack LouDon, Christopher Lucic, Elizabeth Manfredi, Karen Medley, Diana Mueller, Glennda Neff, Frank Palazzolo, Jean Robinson, Elvia Schwenke, Carolann Small, Laura Stiltner, Valeska Victoria, Rich Vokoun, Risa Waldt, Judith Walsh, Dawn Weiss, Vonnie West, and Laurel Wilson. 

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