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BIRDS, wood block print by Kirsten HorningTWO HATS: Monotype by Vicki BakerMIMICRY: Oil and mixed media on canvas by Charles SchweigertHOMAGE TO GEHRY: Tryptich, silver gelatin prints by Carol ScottRED CARPET (detail): Fiber art by Laurie CaplanPAHOA DREAM: Photograph by Chelsea Vincent GrangerBLUE HERON FISHING: Mixed-media sculpture by Isabelle Johnston-HaistDAGGER LADY: Jewelry, beadwork and fiber by Nancy KaracandUNTITLED (Man on Pedastel): Monotype by Normandie HandKEEP CALM: Linoprint by Sheila BrownWINTER LIGHT 2: Photograph by Michael GrangerPLATO'S RED: Weaving art by Cheryl SilverblattTHE KISS: Acrylic painting by David AmbroseASTORIA WATERFRONT—Photograph by Paul HaistTWO REDS ON TINY TABLE: Painting by Marga WATER COLOR by Debbie LoydPAINTING by Shirley DahlstenGRIEF: Fiber art by Constance C. Waisanen TRYPTICH: Photograph by Thom DickersonWINTER'S HOPE: Photography by Catherine Al-MetenHANDBLOWN GLASS by Chris HuckeSTAR WALL: Photograph by Carol SmithHand-made Paper, Books and Boxes by Christine TrexelAMERICAN SPIRIT: Recycled mixed media by Gina BryantHIGH ALERT: Sculpture by Sandra KellerGIRL IN DARK ROOM: Painting by Yvonne EdwardsEAST BASIN IMPRESSION: Oil painting by Chris BryantACRYLIC LANDSCAPE by Joan MasatOIL PAINTING by Robert PaulmennLINE OF TRUTH: Acrylic on canvas by Kimberly ReedSALMON SPAWNING: Water color by Noel ThomasQUILT by Alexandra MyersRIVER DREAMING: Photograph by David MyersVESSEL 3: Monotype by Gin LaugheryMIXED MEDIA AND CALLIGRAPHY by Joy Diamond

Welcome to the Astoria Studios 2014 website

THIRTY-FIVE ARTISTS will open their studios in and near Astoria, Ore.,  to visitors July 26-27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the Astoria Studios Tour 2014,  presented by Astoria Society of Artists and sponsored by Columbia Memorial Hospital.

CMH new logoAstoria, at the end of the Columbia River on Oregon’s north coast and the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains, has a rich history steeped in the traditions of the sea, the river and the forests.

In recent years the city also has emerged as the center of a vibrant artists’ community. You will get to know these artists, see how they create their work and come away from this popular studio tour with something you will treasure forever.

You may send us questions or comments by clicking the Contact Us link.

Browse our website, let us hear your ideas and please tell your friends about this exciting summer weekend in historic and picturesque Astoria.