Artist Studio Tour

Artist Studio Tour
July 15 | 10am-5pm
Manzanita | Nehalem | Wheeler, Oregon



Hoffman Fundraising Event – Artist Studio Tour

Tranquil Evening Sitkas, Pam Greene

Hoffman Center for the Arts is pleased to announce our first ever Artist Studio Tour! On July 15th, from 10 am-5 pm, 12 local artists from Manzanita, Nehalem, and Wheeler will open their studios to showcase and sell their work. Selected works by the featured artists may be available for purchase in their studios. 100% of the ticket sales go towards supporting our not-for-profit organization.

The Artist Studio Tour is self-guided and begins by picking up your wristband at Hoffman on July 15th between the hours of 9 am-12 pm, where you will receive a booklet with studio directions and information about each artist. You may also purchase tickets day-of between 9 am-12 pm at Hoffman. From there, you can visit the studios at your leisure and in whichever order you want. The Hoffman Gallery will be open that day for you to start your art viewing experience.

Tickets are $30 for adults, and $10 for students (10-18 years). If cost is prohibitive, please reach out, and we will be happy to prorate or waive the fee.

The artists participating this year are:

Allan Olson-Nehalem Bay Pottery: Including Kopali Serna, Carl Vandervoort, Kathleen Larson, and others

Ben Killen Rosenberg

Cathi Howell 

Chuck Winkelman

Deborah DeWit

Laura Ross-Paul

Levering Thomas

Liza Jones & Paul Miller

Lloyd & Judy Lindley: including HiiH Lights

M.J. Anderson

Pam Greene

Rae & Mark Mahaffey

In order to make this experience positive for both the artists and the ticket purchasers, we ask that you carefully read the following information before purchasing your ticket:

  • Many of these studios are small and filled with delicate objects. We welcome children ages 10 and over with parental supervision. Please leave your pets at home.
  • We will check for wristbands at the entrance of each studio. We will not allow anyone inside the studios without one. We require your name, home address, and phone number when you purchase a ticket. Both of these measures are safety precautions for the artists, who are opening their homes to the public.
  • Please reach out to us if you have specific accessibility needs. Many of these studios have stairs or uneven ground.
  • Some of the studios are within walking distance, but you will need to drive between lots of them. Parking may be difficult at some studios, so consider carpooling if possible.
  • Hoffman is not responsible for any art sales, shipping, or handling. These details will be worked out between the artist and the buyer. Please note some studios may only take cash or check.

Thank you for your understanding!

If you are not able to join us on the tours or would like to contribute another amount, please click here to donate.

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