The Fourth Annual Alameda Studio Tour will take place on Saturday & Sunday, September 13 & 14. In 2014 we will move the tour to September 13 & 14, so 2014 promises to be even more successful.
 

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September 13 - 14
 

Here are the 44 artists that are participating:

Alphabetical Listing of 2014 Alameda Studio Tour Artists
 

Albuquerque Alpacas

Anita Caress 

Annette Galvano
Art Rosenberg
Betsy Greenlee
Bill Monthan
Cecilia McRoberts
Cindy Welch
Diana Martin
David Welch
Elaine Biery
Fran Black
Gary Carlson
Jackie Anderson
Jeff Potter
Joanne McGrath
John Boyes
Kent Boyer
Kerry Kinnick
Linda Boyes
Linda Dillenback
Linda Reyes-Alicea
Lynda Liptak
Martha Rajkay
Mary Sharp Davis
Nina Baldwin
Patty Williams
Pea Garvanian
Pete Callas
Ralph Watts
Rick Speed
Sandra Lapham
Shelly Jackson
Steve Wentworth
Sue Neal
Sue Orchant
Susan Matteson
Sylvia Gormley
Teresa Jones
Terri Garcia
Tricia Simmons
Valerie Peterson

 

Here are a few of the local  talented artisans from past years


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Over thirty professional artists in the Alameda area are excited to share their works and studios with you on this tour full of variety and wonderful quality. You can visit the studios to see blown and stained glass, painting in many mediums, jewelry, recycled art, photography, furniture, mosaics, printmaking, mixed media, and pottery, as well as visiting a fine chocolatier and a alpaca farm, where wool is spun and woven into wearable art.

Our community has a history that many local residents aren't aware of. In the 1700s, Alameda was a farming and ranching community that engaged in trade with local pueblo Indians. The Plaza de Alameda was the original center, and consisted of a few adobes residences and a private chapel, La Nuestra Senora de la Conception, built by Juan Gonzales-Bas in 1712. Through the ensuing two centuries the settlers endured floods but continue to enrich the area. Today the Alameda area remains a splendid pastoral green belt between Albuquerque's bustling east and west sides.

We hope you will make plans to tour the studios and enjoy the personal and inspiring experience of art and craft studios, purchase something to remember your journey by, and enjoy the beauty of New Mexico in October, with balloons above and golden cottonwoods below.

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