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ArtEast’s 12th annual Open Studio Tours give peek into artists’ working process

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Artist Rick Gilstad held up a piece titled “American Pickers” in his studio in Wingdale. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

HUDSOON VALLEY — Art East shed a light on the spaces local artists use to unleash their creativity at the 12th annual Open Studio Tours on Saturday, Oct. 13,  Sunday, Oct. 14, Saturday, Oct. 20 and Sunday, Oct. 21.

ArtEast offered tours of 30 art studios. Going beyond the traditional landscape paintings and pottery, the tour featured an intimate look into abstract paintings, assemblage, photography, fiber-based work, murals, felt art, metal art, fine art, ceramics, digital art and more. 

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