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7th annual Art In Bloom garden art and studio tour this weekend: April 24-25

Chris Maykut

The 7th annual Art In Bloom garden art and studio tour - Seattle's original garden art and studio event - will be in-person, outdoors and open garage, with masks, hand-sanitizer, and social distancing. Add some unique locally made art to your garden and support artists in making more. Artists have been uniquely impacted by the pandemic, and supporting our local artisans, potters, glassblowers and ceramic artists is critical.

There will be 25 artists in 8 yards, with each site hosting 3-6 artists each. Media includes glass, metal, ceramics, wood, stone and more. Here is the lineup:

1) Bridget Culligan’s Studio
5419 Kensington Pl N, 206-214-5489
glass (Bridget Culligan), ceramics (Caitlin Sullivan),
mosaics (Majken Ryherd)

2) Karen Seymour’s Studio
5415 Greenwood Ave N, 206-525-1577
glass (Karen Seymour), glass (Andi Ficker),
upcycled whimsy (Greg Delany), glass (Lael Bennett)

3) Julia Garrels’ Studio
1122 NW 46th St, 206-9415854
enameled copper(Julia Garrels), cement (Linda Thorson),
glass (Katy LaReau), metal (Gunter Reimnitz)
metal (Shannon Buckner), glass (Mariusz Rynkiewicz)

4) Jo Reid’s Studio
204 N 73rd St, 206-769-5276
ceramics (Jo Reid), wood Norm Vigus, glass (Eric Bernardi), wood+ (Jen Albright & Mo Moore)

5&6) Connie Munford’s Studio
9401 & 9401 8th Ave NE 206-729-9545
glass (Connie Munford), cement (Katherine Holzknecht),
ceramics (Terri Goodwin), upcycled glass (Robin Cantor)

7) Julie Haun’s studio
10011 Ravenna Ave. NE, 385-695-4743
Stone and tile (Julie Han), cement (Peter Godwin)
metal (Tom Williamson)

8) Géraldine LeCalvez’s Studio
3222 NE 103rd St, 206-849-3864
mixed media (Géraldine LeCalvez), bonsai (Lucy Davenport), ceramics (Christophe Degoix),

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