First-ever studio crawl to include nine studios, 13 artists on September 23

Photo by Robert Williams
The sculpture garden at Forest Edge Gallery in Vergas is one of nine stops on the area’s first-ever artists studio crawl scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 23, in Frazee and Vergas.

A first-ever artists studio crawl is coming to the Vergas and Frazee areas on Saturday, Sept. 23, from 10 a.m to 3 p.m. 

The Back Roads Studio Crawl features nine locations and 13 artists and is hosted by the Vergas Arts Club. There will be a door prize offered at each studio. The Back Roads Studio Crawl is free and open to the public.

Participants and locations are:

• Lost Highway Pottery, Butch Pavlacky, 27015 470th Street, Vergas

• Forest Edge Gallery, Kris Domier, Karla Urbach, Helena Johnson, Marlys Buckholtz Pearson, Pat Shannon, 46461 295th Ave., Vergas

• MW Pastry, Madison Waller, Pastry Artist, 105 E. Main Street, Vergas

• Carol J. Schwandt Albright, Clay Artist, 1210 E. Frazee Ave., Frazee

• True Blue Flower Company, Bayleigh Lautenschlager, Flower Artist, 35191 Co. Hwy. 4, Frazee

• David Goodman, Painter (Steps to basement studio), 50372 Wymer Lake Loop, Frazee

• Leona Rogers, Paper Flower Artist, 37253 Delight Lane, Frazee

• Turning Nature, Dan Modrow, 34804 Sybil Lake Lane, Vergas

• Jody Marquardt, Metal Artist, 33454 Sybil Lake Road, Vergas