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Phoenicia Art Studio Tour (July 17-19) 

click to enlarge Bat on a Unicycle by John Byer and Red Cubes by Ze'ev Willy Neumann" at Catskill Interpretive Center Art Park. Photo by Dave Channon
  • Bat on a Unicycle by John Byer and Red Cubes by Ze'ev Willy Neumann" at Catskill Interpretive Center Art Park. Photo by Dave Channon

This weekend-long event spanning all dozen or so hamlets in the town of Shandaken will take place from July 17 to July 19. The talents of over 30 artists from glass blowers to woodworkers will be showcased, including sculptor Dave Channon and art-carpenter John Byer. Tour-takers will not only have the chance to meet the artists, but see the studios they work in. Also open to all attendees will be the opportunity to hike along the banks of Esopus Creek while gazing on graceful sculptures installed in meadows and woodlands. The studio tour contains a number of wide-ranging events including readings from some of the regions most beloved writers, jazz concerts, and gallery receptions. The tour is free and self-guided. (845) 688-2977;

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