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By Andi Bourne

Artists Shares Beauty in Creating

TOA Snapshots


October 19, 2017

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Lynne Perry of Bigfork has participated in the tour for the past four or five years. She loves the opportunity to share her pastel paintings and meet other art enthusiasts.

Fall colors and snow-capped mountains were a sight to behold as art enthusiasts traveled through the Blackfoot, Clearwater and Swan Valleys for Alpine Artisans, Inc.'s annual Tour of the Arts. Artists displayed their work, gave demonstrations and shared stories and trade secrets with those who stopped.

This year's tour featured more than 25 artists in five artist studios, three galleries and two historical museums from Lincoln to Ovando, north to Seeley Lake and Condon and in between. Many of the artists enjoyed the opportunity to share their work and visit with art enthusiasts from all over.

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Swan Valley Fiber Artist Kristina Behnke offers one-of-a-kind knit accessories. She joined the tour a couple of years ago and displayed her work at Georgia Stagg's studio. This year she shared her work in the Swan Valley Tavern behind the Swan Valley Museum.


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