Sunday, April 30, 2017

Artist Meetings - CBAST Participants

Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour Participants

Mark your calendars

Artist Meetings

Wed., May 24th 
Cedarburg Public Library

Wed.,  August 30th
Cedarburg Public Library

2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio TOUR SPONSORS


to our 
2017 Studio Tour Sponsors

We could not do this with out your support.

Partnership Bank

Jeffrey B.Thompson / Shorewest Realtors

Washington House Inn

TSANG Acupuncture

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Studio Tour Sign Up

Cedarburg Artist Guild Members

Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour 
Sign up is going on NOW.

early deadline is fast approaching Jan 31st.

Final Deadline is Feb 10th.

If you need a location to exhibit
contact Michelle for places.

Saturday, January 7, 2017

2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour - SIGN UP Going on NOW

Attention Cedarburg Artist Guild Members...

2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour Sign Up going on Now.

Please look to the website for further details on how.

Saturday, October 1, 2016

Thank You 2016 Studio Tour Sponsors

to our Sponsors for
2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour.

Funjet Vacations
Partnership Bank - Cedarburg
Pink Llama Gallery

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Pamela Ruschman #34 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Pamela Ruschman’s passion is centered on the livestock and landscape of Wisconsin.  Pamela is an oil painter who grew up on a dairy farm in Southwestern Wisconsin.  As a child, the rolling hills, vistas, barns and animals filled her creative imagination.  Today, Pamela can often be found plein air painting along a quiet country roadside capture the livestock, landscape and beauty of Wisconsin on canvas. 

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Michelle Savas Thompson #33 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Michelle is a seasoned Plein Air Painter who enjoys sharing the beauty of life, nature and inspiration through her brush strokes.

Lynn Rix #32 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Rix loves the challenge of looking at a familiar scene and simplifying it into shapes, colors and her own vision.  She paints in oil, alla prima and primarily en plein air , with quick brush work and a limited palette.  The Wisconsin landscape, towns and seasons are her inspiration.  Rix has been juried in to many shows and her paintings can be found in numerous private and public collections. 

Leila Hentzen Smith #31 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Leila has exhibited in numerous juried and invitational art fairs and shows since 1957. She has worked in many drawing and painting mediums but is presently concentrating her efforts on watercolor. Subject matter includes landscapes, water scenes, flowers and still life. She is a plein air painter. Member Wisconsin Watercolor Society and Cedarburg Artist Guild.  Graduated from Miami University of Oxford, Ohio with a BFA.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Susan Steinhafel #30 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Susan views art as an individual window of one’s life.  Capture it, share it, have joy.  She considers expression as one of life’s greatest gifts, sharing is one of its responsibilities.  Photography is her avenue of expression, as an appreciation for all of the arts felt, explored and admired; Joy of the journey, captured on film.  

Jewell Riano-Bradley #30 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Jewell enjoys both acrylic painting and printmaking. She works from her home studio after making collagraphs on large presses at the Ozaukee Art Center in Cedarburg.  Her dynamic prints are inspired by the art media and process itself – each print is enhanced by added color with stencils, defining composition and design, and the final details are rendered with vibrant colored pencils

Ellen Anderson #29 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Come see the woods and river, and the studio where Ellen Anderson finds inspiration for her many oil on canvas paintings!  Exploring the large and small drama played out in light and land, where owls, fox and other native fauna connect with a glance.
Ellen’s work has been in the Wisconsin Wildlife Exhibition at the Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay, the Hidden River Arts Festival in Brookfield, the Plymouth Art Center, Art & Soul Gallery, Milwaukee, and will be featured next year at the Boerner Gardens.  She has illustrated for National Wildlife Federation and is nationally published illustrator in watercolor.  This weekend she also offers small whimsical framed Holiday illustrations and children’s books from her watercolor life.

Susan Burdan #20 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Susan enjoys representing her take on the world, either real or imagined. Using Colored Pencil, Pastels, and various media, she relishes color and the realization that all things are indeed connected.
Sharing her paintings is the other half of creating that makes it whole.  

Monday, September 26, 2016

Bridget DeLoge #28 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

  Bridget DeLoge has been interested in stained glass since she was a high school student. After graduation, she went on to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts, with a concentration in watercolor. Although painting was a main focus in college, she never gave up on the idea of a future in Stained Glass. After a few opportunities opened up in recent years, she began her Stained Glass business. She likes to create anything that comes to mind, while working with the many colors and types of glass. One of her favorite things to create are portraits of family pets. With a provided image, she finds it challenging to pick out just the right details, to represent the pet’s personal character.

Alice Struck #27 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Alice Struck paints impressionistic scenes of Wisconsin, especially iconic 
Ozaukee landscapes, cityscapes and plain air watercolors.  She also captures 
close up nature subjects,  wildlife, and portraits.  Alice accepts commissions, 
and teaches watercolor classes at the Cedarburg Cultural Center to Continuing 
and Beginning students.  During the Studio Tour, she will demonstrate techniques 
at 2:00 both Saturday and Sunday afternoon.


William Davis #26 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

A retired architect, Bill now paints and sketches in watercolor and pencil in an impressionistic manner that borders on the realistic.  His paintings are often landscapes, cityscapes, waterfront images, and indigenous structures in their natural surroundings.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Carol Gengler #25 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Creativity is so vital for both childrenʼs and adultʼs happiness and well being. In our
daily lives we are programed to do and succeed. To balance and in fact enhance that,
coming to a place like Interior Garden Art Studio is so important. It is a place to plant
nourish and rend creativity.

William Bujanovic #24 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

"A self taught artist of many years having formally been introduced to art 
as a participant of an Alverno Summer Arts Program in the 1970's, William has 
explored various media to include photography, oil and acrylic painting.   
He especially enjoys expressing himself through the creation of multimedia 
folk art. In addition to a collection of bold landscape oils, prepare yourself 
for William's Folk Art Presentation of "Cedarfish."  An avid historic 
preservationist, William has always been fascinated with the designs of 
Frank LLoyd Wright and for this reason enjoys architectural photogrphy.   
Having studied Black and While photography while attending Caroll College, 
in this inaugural tour William will also feature his series titled, 
"Bridges of Milwaukee."


Susan Hale #23 on the 2016 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct 7-9th

Susan Hale is a contemporary colorist landscape painter. Her work is known for its sense of joy and optimism. “Color is magic to me”, she says. She loves to paint plein air and in her studio, a converted 1860’s fieldstone summer kitchen in rural Cedarburg.