FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
March 31, 2022

MEDIA CONTACT:
Alex Wagner
City of Blaine
AWenger@cityofblaine.com
(360) 332-4544
http://blainebythesea.com/ARTtour/

Blaine By The Sea Art Studio Tour 2022: A Celebration of Local Art

This year, the Blaine By The Sea Art Studio Tour is expanding to three Saturdays! On April 30, May 28, and June 25, local artists will open their homes studios to the public. This is a great opportunity to learn more about their art, see how they work, and purchase artwork directly from the artists.

In addition to the home studios, there will be additional locations throughout the area where you can view and purchase artwork: Atwood Ales, Blaine Boating Center, Blaine Welcome Center, GLM Winery, Living Pantry, Peace Arch State Park, Peace Arch Café , Semiahmoo Resort and The Vault Wine Bar. So, no matter where you are in town, you'll be able to meet an array of artists and find some great art!

We hope you'll join us for this celebration of local creativity. Mark your calendars now and join us for a celebration of art in Blaine By The Sea!

Registration is open for artists! Registration is required to participate and includes a $75 application fee for all 3 weekends. OR Join the Blaine Chamber of Commerce to become a Chamber member. Must join as a Level 2 member; $50 membership fee ($25.00 savings).

Please send 3 JPEG images of example art that is original and family-acceptable. Art will be juried and approved by the selection committee. For more information visit blainebythesea.com/ARTtour

Registration ends Monday, April 11th. 

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