This two-day annual self-guided tour Saturday, March 8 and Sunday, March 9, hosted by Fine Arts Society of Sarasota introduces attendees to Sarasota county artists and their work.
This tour includes stops to eight Sarasota artists at their studios, where one can meet the artist and learn about their processes. In addition, a stop at Ulla Searing Student Center will offer 12 additional artists and their work. Tickets are $20 to $25 dollars available at fineartssarasota.com.
Artists included on the tour include Bill Buchman, Larry Forgard, Ki Woon Huh, William Kelly, John Seerey Lester, Suzie Seerey-Lester, David Wilson, and R.O. Woody. The Ringling College of Art + Design's Ulla Searing Student Center will showcase the art work of the following Galleria Artists: Aline Blanchard, Joanna Coke, Susan Copley, Patricia Curtis, Diana Kahlenberg, Judy Kramer, Felicia Liban, Madeby Gallery, Elizabeth Van Riper, and Amy Webber.
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