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Table of

Contents WELCOME

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HOW TO USE THIS CATALOG / ART TOUR MOBILIZED

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INFORMATION CENTERS

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NATIONAL PARKS OR THE NATIONAL PARKS SERVICE

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HISTORY OF THE MORONGO BASIN WE SAY GOOD-BYE ELLIE TYLER SPECIAL EVENTS AT THE 29 PALMS ART GALLERY A GUIDE TO THE MEDIUMS INDEX OF ARTISTS BY NAME THANK YOU ART TOURS COMMITTEE

9-11 11 12-13 14 14-15 16

ARTIST STUDIO LISTINGS

17-56

FIRST WEEKEND

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STUDIO MAP (insert)

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SECOND WEEKEND

39-56

ART ALL YEAR

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STUDIO DIRECTIONS

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ART TOUR SPONSORS

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Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council (MBCAC)

B OA R D OF D I R E C T O R S PAUL KLOPFENSTEIN President VALERIE DAVIS Vice President MARCIA GEIGER Treasurer LENNE ROSEN-KABE Secretary PATRICIA KNIGHT Hwy 62 Art Tours Director ED KEESLING Marketing Director PATRICIA KNIGHT Membership Director SCOTT DOTEN Communications Director ANNE BEATTIE Member Events Director M B C A C MI S S I O N The Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council is a nonprofit organization created in 2001 by a dedicated and passionate group of local artists. Its mission is to inspire and enliven the community through the arts, and enhance the cultural and economic health of the region. Building community through the arts, the Arts Council continues to be a leading source of information, inspiration and energy for artists and patrons throughout the Morongo Basin and beyond. H wy 6 2 OPE N S TUD IO A RT T O U R S A N D THE MBCAC The Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours is one way that the MBCAC shows commitment to the arts. We’d like to thank our Board of Directors along with the MBCAC Art Tours Planning Team, who wholeheartedly volunteer their time in support of this event.

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT Welcome to the 15th Annual Highway 62 Art Tours and the Morongo Basin. You have entered the magical world of the high desert. It is an environment of unique flora, fauna, geology and light. Our desert has a way of attracting those with an interest in the arts and they find inspiration and conditions which support their inner artist. You will be traveling through the Morongo Basin, which is a string of small towns along State Highway 62. Many of the art studios are a short drive off of Hwy 62, and some are out in the rural desert environment. By coming to our homes you have a special opportunity to see many different landscapes and inspirations that have led to the creation of art forms from the traditional to nontraditional, natural to eclectic, 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional. Each artist’s vision is individual. Use this catalog to search the type of art you may be looking for and where to find it, but please also stop at other studios along the way and meet the wonderful people and the unique art forms they create. At some studios you may find interesting things to eat and live music that adds to the experience. There are a few simple things to think about before you begin your exploration. Start with a full tank of gas. Water; stay hydrated, even if its cold the air is very dry. Do not trust your GPS. The directions in the catalog have been triple checked, follow them and the signs indicating the studio number. No matter how you proceed in your art adventure I know that you will be delighted and amazed by the people you meet and the art you will find.

Paul Klopfenstein

President, Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council

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Welcome T O T HE 2 0 1 6

HW Y 62 OPEN S TUDIO ART TOURS MESSAGE FROM THE ART TOURS DIRECTOR The first thing I did as this year’s art tours director was to sit down and go through catalogs of years past (digital versions can be found online at www.hwy62arttours.org). I made notes of what I thought had worked well and also what I would do differently. Then I imagined myself as a first-time visitor to the Morongo Basin and the Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours. I asked myself, how can I make it easier for visitors to plan their self-guided tours? And with the help of an amazing group of volunteers, many of who are participating artists on this year’s art tours, my vision for the catalog came to life. This year, the catalog has been divided up by weekends. If you’re planning on visiting open studios during the first weekend (October 15th-16th) those artists can be found on pages 17-38. Artists participating during the second weekend (October 22nd-23rd) can be found on pages 39-56. Another change we implemented this year was to list the studio directions by studio number and not by the artist’s name, since many artists are sharing studios this year. Last year we had a folded map insert. We repeated this useful feature again this year. Periodically, you may notice a QR code on the map and in the catalog. When you scan the QR code with your smartphone, you will be taken to our new website, optimized to work with any mobile device. To begin planning your self-guided art tour, I recommend searching through the artists by the weekend you plan to be in the Morongo Basin. Then you can search by medium or location. Once you have decided which open studios to visit, use the map insert or our website to plan the most efficient route possible to the studios. We strongly suggest that you use the detailed studio directions, written by the artists themselves, to navigate your way to the studios. Otherwise, you might find yourself stuck in some sandy wash that looked like a dirt road on Google Earth. And while you’re out and about in the Morongo Basin, I hope you will take time to visit some of the many businesses who support the Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours. Without the support of our community, the Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours would not be in its 15th year. Wishing you a safe journey as you make your way through the Morongo Basin on this year’s Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours.

Patricia Knight,

2016 Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours Director

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HOW TO USE THIS CATALOG First Weekend (West)

Second Weekend (East)

9AM - 5PM

9AM - 5PM

OCTOBER 15-16

OCTOBER 22-23

PACING YOURSELF

MAKING THE MOST OF THE STUDIO LISTINGS

A lth o u g h t h e A r t To urs a re he l d o ve r t wo we e k ends , it’s u n like l y t h a t a n y o n e wo ul d be a bl e t o vi si t e ve r y s tudio liste d i n t h i s c a t a l o g. The re a re 136+ a rt i st s spread over se v er a l s q u a r e m i l e s - - who wo ul d wa nt t o rush t heir vis it w h e n t h e y f i n d a n a r t i st t he y re a l l y re so na t e wi t h? Bes ides , in th e b e a u t i f u l h i g h de se rt , ge t t i ng t he re i s pa rt o f the fun. S o it wi l l r e q u i r e s o m e di l i ge nt pl a nni ng t o se e e ver ything y ou w is h t o s e e .

We s ugges t you begin with a review of our A rti s t S tudi o Lis ting, where each artis t is lis ted in order by w e e k e nd the n their s tudio num ber. O nce you’ ve s elected a rti s ts w ho s e work a ppeals to you, refer to the ca talog’s ma ps to cha rt your cours e. To ward the end of the ca talog y o u’ l l a l s o fi nd s pecific directions to each s tudio, written by the a rti s ts them s elves . O nce you’ re on your way, you’ l l undo ubte dl y s ee s om e Art Tours directional s igns tha t m ay e nti ce y o u to vis it a s tudio or two tha t you hadn’ t anticipa te d.

STAYING SAFE D on ’t a t t e m p t t o d r i ve t hro ugh so f t sa nd. I f i t ’s raining, a v o id t h e wa s h e s - - f l a sh f l o o ds ca n de ve l o p quickly. Cellp h o n e s e r v i c e c a n be spo t t y, a nd pl e a se do n’ t tr y to g et t o t h e s e s t u d i o s usi ng yo ur G PS - - suc h di re ct ions ha ve p r ov e n u n r e l i a b l e i n t hi s a re a . B ri ng l a ye rs o f cl othing, as w a r m da y s c a n t u r n to co o l e ve ni ngs i n t he hi gh des ert.

Pleas e note tha t Twentynine Palm s Highw a y, 2 9 Pa l ms Hwy and Hwy 62 are all the s am e road -- the na me s a re us ed interchangeably. And rem em ber tha t s o uth i s to w a rd Jos hua Tree N a tional Park, while north is a w a y fro m i t. W hichever route you choos e, we’ re s ure yo ur A rt To urs experience will be a rewarding one.

Art Tours Mobilized Our website has been updated and optimized for this year’s art tours. Here’s a few of the things you can do on our website: • Utilize the Maps by Weekend to plan your self-guided tour • Search this years artists by Medium, Location and Weekend • Browse through a digital version of this year’s catalog • Connect with us on Social Media • Studio Check-Ins When you share on social media, please use #hwy62arttours LINKS TO SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS https://www.facebook.com/hwy62arttours/ https://twitter.com/Hwy62_ArtTours https://www.instagram.com/hwy62arttours/ https://plus.google.com/102154687194963666990 https://www.pinterest.com/hwy62arttours/ Go to www.hwy62arttours.org or scan the QR code

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ART TOURS IN FOR M AT I O N C E NT E R S

We want to give a special thank you to those loca tions in our area tha t offer their businesse s to us as Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours Informa tion Centers. These loca tions are key distribution centers for our ca talogs and are there to support us before and during the Art Tours weekends.

MORONGO VALLEY Purple Agave Galler y & Cactus Mart 49 8 8 9 Tw e n t y n i n e Pal m s H w y ( 7 6 0 ) 3 6 3 -6070 w w w. c a c tu s m ar t.n e t M o r o n g o Val l e y Art C olon y 1 1 1 6 5 Va l e D r i v e 1 0 a m - 4 p m Wed . & Sa t.

PIONEERTOWN M az A m ar A r t Potter y 5 3 6 2 6 M a n e Str e e t ( 7 6 0 ) 2 2 8 -0290 w w w. m a z a mar.com

YUCCA VALLEY 2 G u y s Pies 5 6 9 6 9 Yu c ca Tr a i l ( 7 6 0 ) 4 1 8 -5075 w w w. 2 g u y s p i e s.com A r t F x & F u r nis hings 55 8 3 6 Tw e n ty n i n e Pal m s H w y ( 6 1 9 ) 9 9 0 -5683 Y V D ig ita l.com Ca l i f o r n i a We l c om e C enter 56 7 1 1 Tw e n ty n i n e Pal m s H w y ( 7 6 0 ) 3 6 5 -5465 O as i s Po s t a l P lus 5 6 9 2 5 Yu c ca Tr a i l ( 7 6 0 ) 3 6 5 -1773 w w w. o a s is p o s t a l p l u s.com O l d To w n G al l er y & Gifts 55 9 2 2 Tw e n ty n i n e Pal m s H w y ( 7 6 0 ) 8 2 0 -1151 ww w. o l d to w n g a ll er y g i fts.com

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R ai nbow Stew 555 09 Twent ynine Palms Hwy ( 760) 418-5170 www. rainbows t ew4u. c om

29 Pal ms Vi si tor C en ter 73484 Twent ynine P alms Hwy ( 760) 367-6 1 9 7 www. vis it 29 . or g

Yu cca Val l ey Chamber of Commerce 567 11 Twent ynine Palms Hwy ( 760) 365-6323 www. yuc c a valle y. org

DESERT HOT SPRINGS

JOSHUA TREE

PA L M S P R I N G S

G al l er y 62 61607 Twent ynine Palms Hwy, St e. H www. galler y62. org

Conga R oo m 411 E Palm Can y on D r iv e ( 760) 322-7 3 5 3 www. t hec ongaro om. c om

M i racl e Spri ng s Sp a 10625 Palm D r iv e ( 760) 251-6 0 0 0 www. mirac les pri n g s. c om

Jos hua Tree A rt G al l er y (JTA G ) 616 07 Twent ynine Palms Hwy ( 310) 562-0511 Sa t 10a-3p, Sun 12-3p w w w. jos hua t reeart galler y. c om

D esert A rt Center (DAC ) 550 N. Palm Can yon D r iv e ( 760) 323-7 9 7 3 www. des ert art c en t er. or g

Joshua Tree H eal th Food 616 93 Twent ynine Palms Hwy ( 760) 366-7489 w w w. jos hua t reehealt hf oods . c om

T W E N T Y N I N E PA L M S 29 Pal ms A rt G al l er y 74055 Cot t onwood Drive ( 760) 367-7819 www. 29palms galler y. c om 29 Palms Creati ve Center & G al l er y 6847 Adobe Road ( 760) 361-1805 w w w. 29palms c rea t ivec ent er. c om

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C AT H E D R A L C I T Y Col l i di ng Worl ds Ar t Ga l l er y 68-600 Perez R oad ( 877) 793-7 9 1 0 www. c ollidingworld st v. c om

PA L M D E S E R T Venus Studi os Ar t Su p p l y 41801 Corpora t e Wa y, S u it e 7 & 8 ( 760) 340-5 0 8 5

L A Q U I N TA Jul es M ark et 78130 Calle Tamp ic o ( 760) 777-9 0 0 0 www. jules market . c om


National Parks or the

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE Which came first, National Parks or the National Park Service (NPS)? Yellowstone, the first National Park, was established in 1872. In fact, there were ten National Parks in existence including, Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon prior to the creation of the National Park Service. The NPS was signed into being by President Woodrow Wilson on August 25, 1916. In this centennial year of celebration the NPS oversees more than 400 units including parks, monuments, historical sites and recreation areas. Fifty­nine of those units are National Parks. The jewel of our desert community, Joshua Tree National Park, started its journey in 1936 as a national monument. The monument became a park in 1994. It is known for its Dr. Seuss like trees and is one of the premier rock climbing and bouldering destinations in the world. Last year our park played host to more than two million visitors from around the world. This year visitation is expected to exceed two and a half million. As part of the centennial celebration JTNP offered a healthy and invigorating challenge to people of all ages. The Centennial Hiking Challenge asked participants to log up to one hundred miles in the park by the end of the year. A book was provided with suggested hikes, a log to record them, and a ranger sign­off page which allowed hikers to qualify for special stickers to reward their efforts. To make the challenge even more interesting some pre-planned hikes were led by Superintendent David Smith. In April of this year the Joshua Tree National Park Association hosted its 24 Annual Art Festival that takes place at park headquarters in Twenty­nine Palms, California. Thirty artists are invited to share their interpretations of JTNP and the southwest desert. Original works of painting, sculpture, photography, jewelry and much more celebrate the inspiration of nature. In June a second centennial was observed, the hundredth birthday of Susan Luckie Reilly. Her father Dr. James B.

Reilly helped establish Twenty­nine Palms. With its clear air and dry climate, it was deemed a good location for veterans from World War One who were experiencing breathing difficulties to settle. Ms. Reilly has been a longtime resident, desert advocate, and even a JTNP ranger. The park chose to make it a dual celebration for Ms. Reilly and the NPS with a gathering at park headquarters complete with birthday cake. September once again saw us celebrating the arts with the Joshua Tree National Park Art Exhibition 2016. This is a juried show featuring work inspired by or depicting the unique natural beauty and cultural history of JTNP. The art is on exhibit for a month. Festivities take place on and around the Oasis of Mara including a reception where awards are announced, an art market, classes, artist booths, nature walks and historical lectures. This is an annual event enjoyed by all who attend. The park culminates its National Park Service Centennial celebrations with the 2016 Night Sky Festival October 28th - 30th. Astronomers, scientists, cultural speakers, night sky enthusiasts, artists, volunteers, junior rangers, visitors and members of our gate­way communities come together to celebrate the night skies of Joshua Tree National Park. Whether you’re looking for big horn sheep at Barker Dam, hiking to the top of Ryan Mountain, or enjoying a picnic under a tree in Hidden Valley or Live Oak, Joshua Tree National Park will delight and amaze you with its unique landscape, its wide variety of flora and fauna, and incredible night skies. A magical destination to be savored by all in the Southern California high desert. -- BY TEDDY TAPSCOTT

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HISTORY OF THE MORONGO BASIN The history of the Morongo Basin is both ancient and modern. More than 15,000 years ago it was inhabited by humans living alongside now extinct forms of camels and horses. Native Americans, cattlemen, farmers, artists, and the military have all played major roles in making the basin what it is today. In the 1800s the area was the home of the Cahuilla, Chemehuevi and Serrano Native American tribes. Some stayed year round, others migrated with the seasons. When California became a state in 1850, the cattle industry began beef ranching and dairy farming to support the settlers and miners entering Southern California. Thousands of heads of cattle roamed the deserts between Needles and the Morongo Basin. The Homestead Act was passed in 1862 to encourage settlement in the West. Because of the challenges of living in the desert, only the hardiest of folks took advantage of the opportunity. However, in 1881 gold was discovered in them there hills and by 1898 nearly 3000 miners were working their claims in the Dale Mining District in the Pinto Mountains. Much of that land is now preserved within Joshua Tree National Park. Following World War I, Dr. James B. Luckie began searching for an area that would be beneficial in helping veterans suffering from lung disorders. The clear, dry air of Twentynine Palms made it an ideal location. Many of the settlers that came for their health decided to stay and became the founding members of the community. Sometime in 1920 the Gold Park Hotel was built east of the Twentynine Palms Oasis. It became the first commercial hotel in the Morongo Basin. It was comprised

of several small buildings. In the mid 20s, it was moved building by building to its current location west of the oasis and renamed the Twentynine Palms Hotel. In 1928 new owners purchased the hotel, built a main lodge and changed the name to the Twentynine Palms Inn. That main lodge burned down in 1965 leaving only the stone fireplace which is still visible on the lawn by the oasis. A new lodge was built to house an outstanding dining facility which is currently also a gallery for Art in Public Places. During the 1920s and early 30s the high desert was often visited by a wealthy Pasadena socialite named Minerva Hoyt. After the loss of her infant son, followed closely by that of her husband, she found solace in the desert and grew to love its elusive beauty. She worked tirelessly to preserve the fragile vegetation of this area. Through her efforts, on August 10, 1936, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared nearly 800,000 acres of high desert to be designated as Joshua Tree National Monument, thus protecting the area for future generations. In 1940 a group of homestead women in Twentynine Palms formed a club that hosted a monthly gathering with a guest speaker. In July that speaker was an internationally renowned artist named Mildred Bryant Brooks. Etiquette required that the podium be decorated with fresh flowers, but there were none available that time of year. The women’s apologies were reputedly met with, “Why do you need fresh flowers when you have so many beautiful weeds?” Thus in 1941 the Weed Show made its debut and has been an annual event ever since. It is comprised of artistic arrangements of indigenous vegetation as well as found objects both natural and manmade. Photo: “Local Legend Bill Keyes Ranch,” year unknown - from Morongo Basin Historical Society,

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In 1941 war with Japan loomed on the horizon. Five miles north of Twentynine Palms the US Army established Condor Field as an Army Air Corps training center for glider pilots. During the early 40s Condor Field had extensive runways, hangars, refueling and maintenance facilities and the air was replete with gliders and towplanes. As the nation caught up with wartime demands, the gliders were phased out. From 1944 until the end of

Some historical firsts and lasts in the Morongo Basin... 1914

First public school was carried on in a tent

1925

California proposes a road through the basin

1929

First public Swimming pool

1931

First Yucca Valley school, built by volunteers and called the Rock School

1934

First public cemetery, and first high school in the basin

1935

Desert Trail newspaper founded, first pay phone

1937

Desert Stage Lines, regular bus service for the basin was born

1947

The Last cattle drive through Yucca Valley to Big Bear

1950 Grubstake Days began in Yucca Valley 1959

Building of the Integratron

1961

First private telephone

1965

Hi Desert Nature Museum opens

1975

Arrival of Gubler Orchids

1980

Hi Desert Cultural Center created

1984

Copper Mountain College becomes the first college in the high desert

1992

Landers earthquake, Big Bear earthquake

1994

1996 – Beginning of Oasis of Murals in 29 Palms

1995

The Sun Runner is born

1999

Hector Mine earthquake

2000 Creation of Theater 29

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2001

First Open Studio Art Tours

2006

Sawtooth fire

the war the field was taken over by the Naval Auxiliary as a training facility. Following the war, the land reverted back to San Bernardino County until 1949 when it became Marine Corps Training Center 29 Palms. By 1957 it had grown to base status and was redesignated as Marine Corps Base 29 Palms. In 1976 work was begun to add an expeditionary air field. Following the completion of the air field the base was renamed Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center. It is the largest military base in area in the United States and plays host to troops from around the world for desert training. Creative individuals have often found inspiration in our desert environs. In 1951, eight local artists from throughout Morongo Basin established the 29 Palms Artist Guild. For many years their shows were held in temporary quarters. The opportunity for a permanent home came in 1963 when a charming adobe building became available. Over the years additions have been made to the building now known as the 29 Palms Art Gallery. The original garage has become an elegant gift shop. In 1938 with the passage of the “Baby Homestead Act”, the federal government opened up 5 acre tracts of public land to citizens who paid a $5 filing fee. The land leased for a $1 per acre per year. If after 3 years the “Jackrabbit” homesteader made the required improvements and passed government inspection, he could purchase the land for $10 - $20 per acre. So for a maximum of $115 and the construction and maintenance of a 10 x 12 foot structure for 3 years, a person could own 5 acres of desert property. Following World War II the rush was on. City people (weekenders) and folks wanting the health benefits of the dry desert air filed in large numbers, more than 10,000 people filled out applications. Over the years many of the cabins became unused and empty. Even after the Shack Attack Program of 2003, when many of the original buildings were torn down, boarded up or renovated, the abandoned structures representing the hopes and dreams of former landholders are still visible throughout the Morongo Basin. The Morongo Basin has also experienced its share of natural disasters. At 4:58 am on June 28, 1992 the Morongo Basin was rudely awakened by a 7.6 earthquake centered in Landers. Prolonged shaking lead to extensive damage to buildings and roads. Water mains were broken and power was disrupted for more than half a million

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people. Desert dwellers are resilient and residents swiftly rose to the challenge of rebuilding and getting on with their lives. In 2001 Lucia Grossberger-Morales organized the first Open Studio Art Tours. Some 20 artists opened their homes and studios that first year, and a seed was planted. Today more than 140 artist from Rimrock to Wonder Valley, Twentynine Palms to Morongo Valley participate in this annual event. In recent years the basin has seen tremendous growth. New businesses, improved infrastructure, increased

traffic, but the area still retains many of its rural qualities. There is a thriving artistic community supported by many galleries and businesses. A highly accomplished philharmonic orchestra makes its home in Joshua Tree. Theatrical performances from gunfighters in Pioneertown to musicals, plays and readings at Theater 29, the Hi Desert Cultural Center, and many other venues throughout the basin give residents and visitors a variety of activities to choose from. The basin is alive and well and looking forward to a bright future. -- BY TEDDY TAPSCOTT

We Say Good-bye to

ELLI E TY L E R This year the artistic community said farewell to one of its shining stars. On July 3rd, Ellie Tyler made her transition leaving an incredible legacy of work for us to remember her by. She was a superb landscape photographer making creative use of negative space, light and shadow giving each subject an air of wonder and mystery. Her images reveal a simplicity of line, boldness of color and a strong sense of harmony. “Relationship”, a simple pairing of a rock and tree is magical. She was a prolific and poetic writer as can be seen in her photographic collection titled Earth Images. In her journeys she collected sticks, rocks, flowers, the things of nature and created fanciful mixed media works of art. She inspired and encouraged her fellow artists. Ellie was a beautiful human being.

Painting by - Susan Abbott of Ellie Tyler

A friend who knew when you needed an encouraging word, or a laugh. Friends have said of her that she was an amazing woman with a heart of gold, and one of the warmest souls they ever met. She was an “old school” photographer who used no tricks. Beautiful with her art, beautiful in her heart. She will be missed. -- BY TEDDY TAPSCOTT

Photo of Ellie Tyler during Art Tours

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Special Events HOSTED BY THE 29 pal m s a rt ga l l e ry

ART TOURS COLLECTIVE SHOW OPENING RECEPTION Oc tobe r 7th /// Fr ida y /// 5-8pm The Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours, presented by the Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council (MBCAC) has been an annual tradition since 2001. The Collective Show is designed for artists who participate in the Art Tours. You may be surprised by how diverse the art in this area is. There will be works from painters, sculptors, traditional realists, illustrators, abstractionists, conceptual artists, photographers, jewelers, ceramicists, textile artists and more. The 29 Palms Art Gallery, a historic adobe located on the Oasis of Mara, in Twentynine Palms is the proud sponsor of the “Collective Art Show”. The reception is free to the public and light refreshments will be served. All art on display at the “Collective Art Show” will be for sale. ADMISSION: FREE SHOW DATES: October 3rd - 31st OPENING:

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CHILI DINNER

Oc tobe r 22nd /// Sa t urda y /// 5-8p m A traditional Pioneer Days event, the meal choice will include both vegetarian and meat chili, along with cornbread, salads and dessert. The dinner will be served under the stars in the gallery’s patio, accompanied by live music. A no-host bar opens at 4:30. In addition to the meal and music, the gallery will be open for viewing the Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours Collective Show. ADMISSION:

$13 Individual, $25 Couple, $8 Children under 10 Tickets a vailable a t the door

MORE INFO: 760.367.7819 www.29palmsartgaller y.com

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ARTIST GUILD GALLERY GIFT SHOP ART CLASSES

Founded in 1951, the 29 Palms Artists’ Guild is the longest-standing non-profit arts or ganization i n the Joshua Tree Ga teway Communities. In 1962-3, the Gallery moved into its present home -- the beautiful historic adobe, located at the Oasis of Mara in Twentynine Palms, next to the Joshua Tree National Park Headquarters and Oasis V isitor Center.

The mission of the 29 Palms Artists’ Guild and Art Gallery is… to present high-quality art, to encourage creative growth through innovative educational programs, and to offer an inclusive environment for artists and community members to meet, exchange ideas and create art.

L OCATION: 74055 Co t t on w oo d Drive ( off N a t io n a l Park D rive ) Twen t yn in e Palms, CA

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A Guide to the

Artist Index

Mediums The Morongo Basin is home to an incredibly diverse array of artists using numerous mediums to express their unique styles. Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours is proud to showcase the diversity of such a special community, and to share the many ways of making art with the public. While most are familiar with mediums such as painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, jewelry, and ceramics – there is a whole lot more. For instance, sculpture is approached from many different angles. Metal work is a medium that sometimes requires labor-intensive techniques such as welding, repousse, and chasing, commonly using copper, bronze, or steel sheet. These processes may result in polished, table-top sculptures, or outdoor towering works that age nicely in the sun. Woodwork requires precise carving techniques such as chip and relief carving, whittling, and detailing. The selection and quality of wood to be used is of utmost importance. Assemblage is a form of 3-D art made up of various objects - often found materials - that are attached to a flat surface.

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ARTIST

MEDIUM

STUDIO

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Abaravich, Beth

Fiber Arts/Textiles

44

Both

29/47

Alban, Thomas & Amara

Ceramics

11

Both

20/41

Arnett, Robert

Painting

86

Both

39/56

Arquilevich, Jaymie

Fiber Arts/Textiles

48

Both

29/48

Balcik, Steffi

3D Mixed Media

9

Both

19/41

Banas, Eric

Metal

55

Both

31/50

Bartlett, Dan

Photography

6

Both

19/40

Benson-Wright, Penelope Sculpture

83

Both

37/55

Brady, Bonnie

2D Mixed Media

25

1st

24

Brewer, Bill Leigh

Photography

3

1st

18

Carraher, Chris

Painiting

89

2nd

56

Caygill, Karen

Ceramics

45

2nd

48

Chen, Angel

Ceramics

76

Both

36/54

Chew, Siri

Jewelry

66

1st

34

29 Palms Art Gallery

Gallery

90

Both

38/56

Copeland, Bill

Painting

19

Both

22/42

Cox, Cynthia

Jewelry

73

1st

35

Cush, Larry

Glass

46

Both

29/48

Cush, Nancy

Ceramics

46

Both

29/48

Dabah, Simi

Metal Work

77

Both

36/54

Dahl, Bill

Photography

36

Both

26/45

Davis, Sharon A

Painting

4

Both

18/40

Davis, Valerie

Painting

48

Both

30/49

Deane, Caitlin

Ceramics

11

Both

20/41

Dolde, Doug

Photography

54

2nd

49

Doolittle, Mark

Woodwork

78

Both

36/54

Doten, Scott

Metal Work

53

Both

30/49

2-D art forms include eclectic mediums such as fiber art, using natural or synthetic flat materials like linen, yarn or plastic/acrylic, incorporating techniques such as weaving, macramĂŠ, and flocking. Encaustic painting involves adding colored pigments to hot beeswax, which is then applied to a surface such as masonite or canvas. Digital art is a contemporary art form that uses digital technology to produce 2-D artwork that can be computer generated, drawn with graphics software, or employing scanned photography.

Drucker, Barbara

Painting

75

2nd

53

Eiden, Andrew

Photography

14

1st

21

Eiden, Michael

Jewelry

14

1st

21

Eisbrenner, Lorette

Jewelry

24

Both

23/43

Fagan, Mike

Photography

42

Both

28/47

Falossi, Christopher

Sculpture

33

2nd

45

Falossi, David

Sculpture

33

2nd

45

Fennell, Geoffrey

Digital Art

11

Both

20/41

Fields, Marya

Jewelry

60

Both

32/51

Frasher, Emilia

Jewelry

27

Both

24/43

Fredenburg, Shelly

Ceramics

40

Both

28/47

Gallery 62

Gallery

62

Both

33/52

With so many different art forms on display, each studio will have something different to offer. Whether stylistically, conceptually, through popular or lesser known mediums, your visit is sure to provide a rewarding art experience.

Geiger, Marcia

Painting

50

1st

30

Gilfoy, China

Painting

38

1st

27

Gonzalez, Susan

Assemblage

25

1st

24

Goodin, Sandra

Photography

72

1st

35

Grasso, Sebastiano

Assemblage

1

1st

18

Green, Audrey

Assemblage

10

1st

19

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Greenfield, John

Ceramics

25

Both

24/43

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Griffin-Ruiz, Cori

Fiber Arts/Textiles

51

2nd

49

Grubbs, Glenn

Painting

81

Both

37/55

Grunt, Gretchen

Encaustic

84

Both

37/55

Haase, Karin

Fiber Arts/Textiles

43

Both

28/47

Hadley, Paul

Photography

34

1st

26

Hagerty, James

Painting

2

1st

18

Hamilton, Cory

Furniture

23

1st

23

Henry, Susan

Glass

63

Both

33/52

Henson, John

Nail Art

34

1st

26

ARTIST

MEDIUM

STUDIO

WK.END

PAGE

Mueller, Eric

Painting

12

1st

20

Mulally, Mary

Woodwork

56

Both

32/50

Murphy, Karan

Ceramics

71

1st

35

Newton, Rosa

Painting

31

Both

25/44

Noah Purifoy Foundation

Assemblage

74

2nd

53

Pfranger, Eric

Sculpture

61

Both

33/52

Phanara, Selina

2D Mixed Media

84

Both

37/55

Pokras, Steve

Metal Work

66

1st

34

Pollnow, Elisabeth

Assemblage

55

Both

31/50

Heuston, Mark

Sculpture

88

2nd

56

Rainbow Stew

Retail

16

Both

22/42

Hill, Ellen

Painting

68

Both

35/53

Rieman, Steven L.

Sculpture

41

Both

28/47

Hoffman, Perry

Ceramics

87

Both

38/56

Roberts, Sam

Photography

60

Both

32/51

Holloway, Susan

Jewelry

4

Both

18/40

Rodriguez, Ismael Jessie

Painting

55

Both

31/50

Howes, Steven

Digital Art

18

Both

22/42

Roleff, Tami

Photography

13

1st

21

Hudson, Teri

Ceramics

4

Both

18/40

Rosen-Kabe, Lenne

Painting

66

1st

34

Hunter Eiden, Susan

Glass

14

1st

21

Rothlisberg, Victoria

Painting

37

Both

27/46

Hunter, Clark

Furniture

14

1st

21

Retail

17

Both

22/42

Jagger, Snake

Digital Art

5

Both

19/40

Route 62 Vintage Market Place

James, Shirley

Drawing

27

Both

25/43

Ryan, Georgia

Ceramics

35

Both

26/45

Ryder, Sharon

Drawing

70

Both

35/53

Saks, Eric

Painting

55

1st

31

Painting

29

2nd

44

Johnson, Erick

Photography

20

Both

23/42

Johnson, Kat

Assemblage

26

1st

24

Jungert, Andrea

Fiber Arts/Textiles

44

Both

29/48

Shaw, Esther

Kand, Zara

Painting

57

Both

32/51

Shaw, Lana

Painting

21

Both

23/43

Shay Diehl, Diana

Photography

22

1st

23

Kearns, Susan

Jewelry

69

2nd

53

Keesling, Ed

Ceramics

47

Both

29/48

Shigley, Steve

Metal Work

15

Both

22/41

Jewelry

10

1st

20

Kendall, Rick

Metal Work

55

Both

31/50

Smallwood, Suzen

Keylon, Jessie

Painting

65

Both

34/52

Southard, Richard

Sculpture

64

1st

33

Spangenberg, Mark

Drawing

85

2nd

56

Kiernan, Casey

Photography

72

1st

35

Klopfenstein, Kathi

Basketry

36

Both

27/46

Spiller, Barbara

Printmaking

32

2nd

44

Photography

60

Both

33/51

Klopfenstein, Paul

Gourd Art

36

Both

26/45

Sprague, Heather

Knight, Patricia

Photography

61

Both

33/52

Succulent Surprises

Ceramics

7

Both

19/40

Jewelry

79

Both

36/54

Koza, Julianne

Photography

35

Both

26/45

Tanner, Lili

Lamb, Christine

Jewelry

28

Both

25/44

Thorburn, Gillyan

Fiber Arts/Textiles

80

Both

36/54

Photography

53

Both

30/49

Lamb, Ray

Painting

28

Both

25/44

Toney, Georgia

Levinsohn, Alane

Painting

60

Both

32/51

Topinka, Vera

Assemblage

67

Both

34/53

Painting

59

Both

32/51

Locke, Deane

Watercolor

36

Both

27/46

VanVliet, Alita

Madison, Lee

Ceramic

39

Both

28/46

Verhines, Toby

Digital Art

11

Both

20/41

Ceramics

36

Both

27/46

Madison, Meg

Photography

39

Both

28/47

Vikdal, Nichole

Manifold, Lisa

Photography

82

Both

37/55

Vognar, Stella

Ceramics

30

1st

25

Matheson, Sharon

Painting

24

Both

24/43

Walker, David B

2D Mixed Media

17

Both

22/42

Wargo, Krista

Painting

22

1st

23

McChesney, David Jesse

Photography

67

Both

34/52

Meadows, Mark

Photography

9

1st

19

Whitfield, Doug

Glass

84

Both

37/55

Wind, Holly Rae

Jewelry

37

Both

27/46

Mercier, Ilona

Alcohol Inks

13

1st

21

Moki, Susan & Michele

Assemblage

55

Both

31/50

Wold, Judy

Painting

52

1st

30

Zyduck, Kathy

Painting

49

Both

30/49

Momii, Hiroko

Painting

30

Both

25/44

Mortimer, Art

Painting

80

Both

36/54

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ARTI ST

Studios

1

Sebastiano Grasso

James Hagerty

First Weekend

First Weekend

11398 Juniper Avenue Morongo Valley, CA 92256

2

www.artedisebastiano.smugmug.com Assemblage, Painting, 2D Mixed media

4

18

SHARON DAVIS Earth House Studios Both Weekends

4

49988 Aspen Drive Morongo Valley, CA 92256

Bill Leigh Brewer

3

First Weekend

9622 Coyote Trail Morongo Valley, CA 92256

morongoman@gmail.com www.www.james-hagerty.com

bill@billybrewer.com www.billybrewer.com

Painting, Sculpture

Photography

Susan HOlloway Susan H0lloway Designs

Teri Hudson Teri Hudson Pottery

Both Weekends

4

Both Weekends

9102 Lanning Lane Morongo Valley, CA 92256

9102 Lanning Lane Morongo Valley, CA 92256

9102 Lanning Lane Morongo Valley, CA 92256

earthhousestudios@gmail.com 703.508.7007

sueholloway1@roadrunner.com 760.821.3190

terihudsonpottery@gmail.com 760.671.6671

Painting, mixed media, assemblage, installation art

Jewelry

Ceramics

F I R S T W E E K E N D // O C T 1 5 - 1 6


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

5

Snake Jagger Snake Jagger Studio Both Weekends

S ec on d Weeken d

Dan Bartlett

6

52031 Breezeway Morongo Valley, CA 92256 snakejagger@gmail.com www.www.snakejagger.com 760 641.6342

Both Weekends

8686 Little Morongo Road Morongo Valley, CA 92256

B oth Weeken d s

Succulent Surprises

7

Both Weekends

8524 Little Morongo Road Morongo Valley, CA 92256

danbartlett@ymail.com www.danbartlettphotos.com 760.401.9997

succulent.surprises@gmail.com www.succulentsurprises.com 909.362.2016

Photography

Ceramics, Other

Steffi Balcik Zen Bunny Studios

Audrey Green Happy Trails Art Studio

Assemblage, Digital Art, Painting, 2D Mixed media

Mark Meadows

9

First Weekend

53400 Cielito Trail Pioneertown, CA 92268 hardrock@roadrunner.com 760.600.6622 Photography

9

Both Weekends

10

First Weekend

53400 Cielito Trail Pioneertown, CA 92268

5462 Roy Rogers Road Pioneertown, CA 92268

zenbunnystudios@gmail.com www.zenbuddhabunny.com 760.369.9147

desertgreen9@me.com 760.228.0124 Assemblage

3D Mixed media

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ARTI ST

Studios

Suzen Smallwood

10

First Weekend

5462 Roy Rogers Road Pioneertown, CA 92268

11

suzensmallwood@gmail.com 760.364.9158 Jewelry

Geoffrey Fennell

11

Both Weekends

53626 Mane Street Pioneertown, CA 92268 windsweeparts@hotmail.com 760 228 0290 Digital Art, Jewelry, Painting, Photography, Watercolor

20

11

Thomas & Amara Alban MazAmar Art Pottery Both Weekends

11

Caitlin Deane Urthen Both Weekends

53626 Mane Street Pioneertown, CA 92268

53626 Mane Street Pioneertown, CA 92268

Info@MazAmar.com www.MazAmar.com 760.228.0290

info@urthenware.com www.urthenware.com 760.228.0290

Ceramics

Ceramics

Toby Verhines Heathen Divine

Eric Mueller

Both Weekends

53626 Mane Street Pioneertown, CA 92268 heathen.divine@gmail.com www.heathendivine.com Digital Art, Drawing, Photography, 2D Mixed media

F I R S T W E E K E N D // O C T 1 5 - 1 6

12

First Weekend

5505 Hakataya Drive Pioneertown, CA 92268 eric@mdesignglobal.com www.mdesignglobal.com 760.228.0201 Painting


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

13

Ilona Mercier ilonamercier,ink First Weekend

S ec on d Weeken d

Tami Roleff

13

7454 Cardillo Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

First Weekend

7454 Cardillo Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Michael Eiden

14

www.fineartamerica.com/profiles/ tamiroleff

www.facebook.com/ArtwithInkbyLona 760.218.1939

Photography

Clark Hunter

First Weekend

First Weekend

andreweiden@hotmail.com 562.477.1975 Photography

55109 Mountain View Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Jewerly

Andrew Eiden 55109 Mountain View Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

First Weekend

michael.eiden@aol.com www.oldmaninthedesert.com 562.477.9157

Alcohol Inks, Acrylic Inks

14

B oth Weeken d s

14

55109 Mountain View Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284 werdoomed@aol.com www.ClarkHunter.com 323.459.0603

Susan Hunter Eiden

14

First Weekend

55109 Mountain View Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284 imagineauniverse@aol.com Glass

Furniture, Photography, Other

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ARTI ST

Studios

15

Steve Shigley

Rainbow Stew

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

7620 Inca Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

16

sshigley1@gmail.com www.fineartamerica.com/profiles/ steve-shigley 562.533.0342

17

22

55509 Twentynine Palms Hwy Yucca Valley, CA 92284

17

Rainbowstew4u@aol.com www.rainbowstew4u.com 760.418.5170

Metal Work, Painting, Sculpture

Assemblage, Book Arts, Ceramics, Digital Art, Gourd Art, Paintings, Sculptures and more

Route 62 Vintage Market Place

Steven Howes Old Town Gallery & Gifts

Both Weekends

David B Walker

18

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

55635 29 Palms Hwy Yucca Valley, CA 92284 sunniedavid@gmail.com 760.365.4330 2D Mixed media

19

Bill Copeland Copeland Studio Both Weekends

55635 29 Palms Hwy Yucca Valley, CA 92284

55922 Twentynine Palms Hwy. Yucca Valley, CA 92284

55940 Twentynine Palms Hwy #3 Yucca Valley, CA 92284

www.facebook.com/Route-62Vintage-Marketplace 760.365.4330

Steven@oldtowngallerygifts.com www.oldtowngallerygifts.com 760.820.1151

revbillcopeland@yahoo.com 909.289.5980

Assemblage

Digital Art, Photography, Woodwork, 3D Mixed media, Other

F I R S T W E E K E N D // O C T 1 5 - 1 6

Painting


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

20

Erick Johnson Innovus Photography Both Weekends

21

Lana Shaw Grannys Cottage Both Weekends

7054 Mohawk Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

7521 Acoma Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Photography

candles2cool@yahoo.com 702.296.0363

S ec on d Weeken d

22

B oth Weeken d s

Diana Shay Diehl Mojave Light Photography & Studio First Weekend

8444 Bannock Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284 4diana.shay@gmail.com www.dianashaydiehl.blogspot.com 760.219.6219

Painting

Photographic Analog Prints

Krista Wargo

22

First Weekend

8444 Bannock Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284 kristart21@gmail.com www.krista-wargo.pixels.com 760.799.8115 Painting

23

Cory Hamilton Cory Hamilton Design First Weekend

8070 Palm Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 coryhamilton@verizon.net www.coryhamilton.com

Lorette Eisbrenner

24

Both Weekends

56541 Anaconda Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284 leisbrenner99@gmail.com 562.923.8264 Jewelry

Furniture, Painting, Sculpture

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ARTI ST

Studios

24

Sharon Matheson Mojave Art Studio Both Weekends

Bonnie Brady

25

56541 Anaconda Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

First Weekend

56790 Desert Gold Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Susan Gonzalez

25

bonniebrady@roadrunner.com 760.899.7779

smatheson@mojavepainter.com 760 418 5303

First Weekend

56790 Desert Gold Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284 Assemblage

Sculpture, Ceramics, Photography

Painting, Carving

25

24

John Greenfield

Kat Johnson

Both Weekends

First Weekend

56790 Desert Gold Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

26

56690 Kismet Road Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Emilia Frasher

27

Both Weekends

7685 Valley Vista Yucca Valley, CA 92284

greenfieldjohn27@yahoo.com 760.899.2230

katj13@att.net 323.377.8729

emilialou@roadrunner.com 760.218.0539

Ceramics

Assemblage, Ceramics

Jewelry

F I R S T W E E K E N D // O C T 1 5 - 1 6


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

27

Shirley James

Ray Lamb

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

7685 Valley Vista Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

28

sejamesartist@verizon.net 760.365.6769

8762 Alaba Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

S ec on d Weeken d

28

Christine Lamb Embellished Lamb Both Weekends

8762 Alaba Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

ray@fineartlamb.com www.fineartlamb.com 760.401.2254

Pyrography, miniature oils, and colored pencil

B oth Weeken d s

lamb@embellishedlamb.com www.embellishedlamb.com 760.401.2255

Painting

Jewelry, Painting, 3D Mixed media

30

Stella Vognar

Hiroko Momii

First Weekend

Both Weekends

9252 Joshua Lane Yucca Valley, CA 92284 Ceramics

30

9252 Joshua Lane Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Rosa Newton

31

Both Weekends

58805 Carmalita Court Yucca Valley, CA 92284

hiroko@hirokomomii.com 760.820.1600

newrw@aol.com 760.418.5355

Painting

Painting

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ARTI ST

Studios

34

Paul Hadley

John Henson

First Weekend

First Weekend

5634 Roberts Road Yucca Valley, CA 92284

34

paulhadley@me.com www.paulhadley.com 310.990.2128

5634 Roberts Road Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Julianne Koza

35

Both Weekends

5405 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

sweetrockranch@gmail.com www.johnhensondesertart.com

juliannekoza@verizon.net 760.365.8837

Nail Art

Jewelry, Photography

Georgia Ryan

Bill Dahl

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

Paul Klopfenstein Bear Court Baskets/Gourds

Photography

35

5405 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 jimandgeorgiaryan@frontiernet.net www.woodgatestudio.com 928.303.1292

36

5330 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 bdahl@billdahlphotography.com www.billdahlphotography.com Photography

Ceramics, Glass, Jewelry, Paper Arts

36

Both Weekends

5330 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 pklops@yahoo.com www.bearcourt.com 760.285.3799 Gourd Art

26

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Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

36

Kathi Klopfenstein Bear Court Baskets/Gourds Both Weekends

S ec on d Weeken d

Deane Locke

36

5330 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Both Weekends

5330 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

36

5330 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 nvikdal@roadrunner.com www.facebook.com/kiln2perfection

Watercolor

Basketry

37

Victoria Rothlisberg Faux the Love of It Both Weekends

Nichole Vikdal Crystalline Glazed Porcelain Pottery Both Weekends

dlockefineart@verizon.net www.dlockefineart.com 760.285.2318

info@bearcourt.com www.bearcourt.com 760.285.3898

B oth Weeken d s

Ceramics

37

Holly Rae Wind Crystal Corners Jewelry Both Weekends

4929 Canton Street Yucca Valley, CA 92284

4929 Canton Street Yucca Valley, CA 92284

deerfoot1@msn.com 760.832.5611

hollyrae49@yahoo.com 814.688.3442

Painting

Jewelry

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China Gilfoy

38

First Weekend

3575 Sage Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 760.365.0190 Painting

27


ARTI ST

Studios

39

Lee Madison

Meg Madison

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

2121 Jemez Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

39

lee@megmadison.com 213.393.9333

Steven L. Rieman

41

1188 Tahoe Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 riemans@riemansculpture.com www.riemansculpture.com 760.364.3455 Sculpture

42

Both Weekends

1010 Cambria Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 shellrswift@hotmail.com 760.660.3698

Photography, Printmaking

Ceramics

Mike Fagan Magic on the Mesa

Karin Haase

Both Weekends

3768 El Dorado Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 magiconthemesa@yahoo.com www.magiconthemesa.com 760.636.9358 Ceramics, Fiber arts/textiles, Photography

28

40

meg@megmadison.com www.megmadison.com 213.393.9333

Sculpture

Both Weekends

2121 Jemez Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Shelly Fredenburg From My Hands to Yours

F I R S T W E E K E N D // O C T 1 5 - 1 6

43

Both Weekends

59122 Forrest Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284 karin.haase@mac.com Fiber arts/textiles, Woodworking


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

44

Beth Abaravich

Andrea Jungert

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

5786 Marvin Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

44

stylejunky@aol.com www.bethabaravich.squarespace.com 213.272.2307

58982 Los Coyotes Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

S ec on d Weeken d

46

46

Both Weekends

Andreajungert@yahoo.com www.DivaKnitwear.com

Both Weekends

www.cushartstudio.com 760.218.0559

Fiber arts/textiles, Mosaic Ceramics, Glass, Metal Work

47

Ed Keesling Ed Keesling Clayworks Both Weekends

5610 Indio Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

58775 Wilmar Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

www.cushartstudio.com 760.218.2648

ededkeesling@aol.com www.edsclayworks.com 760.365.8193

Ceramics, Mosaic, Painting

Larry Cush Cush Art Studio 5610 Indio Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Fiber arts/textiles, Sculpture

Nancy Cush Cush Art Studio

B oth Weeken d s

Jaymie Arquilevich

48

Both Weekends

5786 Marvin Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284 jarquilevich@roadrunner.com www.etsy.com/shop/finchleystitches Fiber arts/textiles

Ceramics

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ARTI ST

Studios

Valerie Davis

48

Both Weekends

5786 Marvin Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

49

Kathy Zyduck Moonlight Arts Both Weekends

Marcia Geiger

50

56446 Jesse Road Landers, CA 92285

valdavisartinjt@gmail.com 760 820 4336

60426 Lutz Road Landers, CA 92285 geigarts@gmail.com www.joshuatreeartgallery.com

moonlightartsllc@gmail.com www.facebook.com/MoonlightArts 760.660.9970

Painting

First Weekend

Painting

Painting

Judy Wold

52

First Weekend

60433 Sonora Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252 judywold5@gmail.com www.judywold.com 310.384.7781 Painting

53

Scott Doten Fine Art and Design Both Weekends

919 Shangrila Lane Joshua Tree, CA 92252 Scottinjt@gmail.com www.facebook.com/scottdoten 760.333.5216 Metal Work, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Watercolor

30

F I R S T W E E K E N D // O C T 1 5 - 1 6

Georgia Toney

53

Both Weekends

919 Shangri-La Lane Joshua Tree, CA 92252 georgiawrites@gmail.com Photography


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

55

Eric Saks Joshua Tree Fort First Weekend

55

Eric Banas La Bonetto Studio Both Weekends

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252

joshuatreefort@gmail.com www.joshuatreefort.com 760.218.4406

760.218.4406

S ec on d Weeken d

B oth Weeken d s

Rick Kendall

55

Both Weekends

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252 760.218.4406 Metal Work, Sculpture

Metal Work, Sculpture, Woodwork

Painting

55

Elisabeth Pollnow

Ismael Jessie Rodriguez

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252 www.elisabethpollnow.com Assemblage, Sculpture

55

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252 ijrodez@hotmail.com 530.368.2694 Painting, Sculpture

55

Susan & Michele Moki La Bonetto Studio Both Weekends

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252 me@labonettostudio.com 760.218.4406 Assemblage, Photography, 3D Mixed media

WWW.HWY62ARTTOURS.ORG

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ARTI ST

Studios

56

Mary Mulally

Zara Kand

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

4601 Avenida La Flora Desierta Joshua Tree, CA 92252

57

61583 Terrace Drive Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Alita VanVliet

59

www.zarakand.com

mary@mericares.com 818.400.7679

Both Weekends

7236 Saddleback Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252 alita@alitavanvlietart.com www.alitavanvlietart.com 831.332.0984

Painting

Woodwork

Painting

60

Marya Fields

Alane Levinsohn

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

61745 El Reposo Circle Joshua Tree, CA 92252 818.216.1240 Jewelry

60

61745 El Reposo Circle Joshua Tree, CA 92252 AlaneLevinsohn@ca.rr.com www.alane.fineartstudioonline.com 323.646.7104 Painting

32

F I R S T W E E K E N D // O C T 1 5 - 1 6

60

Sam Roberts Sam Roberts Photography Both Weekends

61745 El Reposo Circle Joshua Tree, CA 92252 sam@srobertsphoto.com www.srobertsphoto.com Photography


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

60

Heather Sprague Fey LittleWing Photography Both Weekends

61

61745 El Reposo Circle Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Patricia Knight Patricia Knight Photography Both Weekends

S ec on d Weeken d

Eric Pfranger

61

61325 Twentynine Palms Highway Suite #E Joshua Tree, CA 92252

heather@feylittlewingphotography.com www.etsy.com/shop/FeyLittleWingPhoto 760.220.1311

Both Weekends

61325 29 Palms Hwy, Suite E Joshua Tree, CA 92252 pfejtranger@gmail.com 760.974.6646

patricia@patriciaknightphotography.com www.patriciaknightphotography.com 760.218.9714

Photography

B oth Weeken d s

Sculpture

Photography

Gallery 62

62

Both Weekends

61607 Twentynine Palms Hwy, Suite H Joshua Tree, CA 92252 www.gallery62.org Gallery

63

Susan Henry Zannedelions Boutique and Gallery Both Weekends

61877 29 Palms Hwy Joshua Tree, CA 92252 mrmsjhjr@att.net www.zannedelions.com 760.574.5267

64

Richard Southard Impressions in Wood First Weekend

60615 La Mirada Trail Joshua Tree, CA 92252 dandssouthard@gmail.com www.Rsouthard 763.213.3852 Sculpture, Woodwork

Glass

WWW.HWY62ARTTOURS.ORG

33


ARTI ST

Studios

65

Jessie Keylon

Siri Chew

Both Weekends

First Weekend

60233 Melton Trail Joshua Tree, CA 92252

66

7880 Wesley Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252

jessie@jessiekeylon.com www.jessiekeylon.com

sirichew@gmail.com www.irisejewelrydesign.etsy.com

Painting, Watercolor

Jewerly

66

Steve Pokras Ironville First Weekend

7880 Wesley Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252 ironville2014@gmail.com www.chinocanyonbuilders.com Metal Work, Sculpture

66

Lenne Rosen-Kabe

David Jesse McChesney

First Weekend

Both Weekends

7880 Wesley Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252 rosenkabe@gmail.com www.lennerosenkabe.com 310.528.0198

67

8385 Fleur Drive Joshua Tree, CA 92252 setitup@earthlink.net www.MilesofWonder.com/ Photography

Painting

34

F I R S T W E E K E N D // O C T 1 5 - 1 6

Vera Topinka

67

Both Weekends

8385 Fleur Drive Joshua Tree, CA 92252 www.veraphotography.com Assemblage, Metal Work, Photography


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

68

72

Ellen Hill

Sharon Ryder

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

62677 Quail Springs Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252

70

65833 29 Palms Outer Hwy South Joshua Tree, CA 92252

ehill@tseka.com www.tseka.com 760.366.9237

sharonryderfineart@gmail.com www.sharonryder.com 760.218.0786

Painting, Saami jewelry

Drawing, Painting, 2D Mixed media

Sandra Goodin

Casey Kiernan Joshua Tree Photography & Filmmaking Workshops

First Weekend

63478 Broadway Joshua Tree, CA 92252 www.facebook.com/pages/SandraGoodin-Photography Photography

72

First Weekend

63478 Broadway Joshua Tree, CA 92252 casey.l.kiernan@gmail.com www.joshuatreeworkshops.com 480.282.0408

S ec on d Weeken d

71

B oth Weeken d s

Karan Murphy La Casa de Arte Studio First Weekend

63434 Broadway Street Joshua Tree, CA 92252 karanmurphy@yahoo.com Ceramics, Painting, 3D Mixed media

73

Cynthia Cox Whitefeather Studio First Weekend

60715 Latham Trail Joshua Tree, CA 92252 jcc@whitefeatherstudio.com www.whitefeatherstudio.com 760.821.5955 Jewerly, Sculpture

Photography

WWW.HWY62ARTTOURS.ORG

35


ARTI ST

Studios

Angel Chen

76

Both Weekends

65122 E Broadway Joshua Tree, CA 92252

77

Angelchen@me.com www.angel-chen.com 310.740.6735 Ceramics, Fiber arts/textiles, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Watercolor

79

Lili Tanner Lili T. California Both Weekends

6905 Peterson Road Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 lilitcali@gmail.com www.lilitcalifornia.com 310.508.0538

80

Simi Dabah Sculpture Foundation Both Weekends

Both Weekends

5255 Sunfair Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252

7284 Mt. Shasta Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252

larryb@yahoo.com www.simidabahsculptures.com 760.910.3886

markdool@ucla.edu www.markdoolittlestudio.com 661.433.5546

Metal Work, Sculpture

Woodwork

Art Mortimer

Gillyan Thorburn

Both Weekends

70141 Arenoso Trail Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 artmortimer@earthlink.net www.artmortimer.com 760.865.0704 Painting, Murals, Photography

Handmade leather bags and jewelry

36

78

Mark Doolittle Mark Doolittle Studio

F I R S T W E E K E N D // O C T 1 5 - 1 6

80

Both Weekends

70141 Arenoso Trail Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 gillyan@earthlink.net 760.865.0704 Fiber arts/textiles, Jewelry


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

Glenn Grubbs

81

Both Weekends

6787 Galleta Avenue Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

82

Painting

84

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

84

B oth Weeken d s

Penelope Benson-Wright

83

5589 Baileya Avenue Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

ggrubbs@gdgarch.com

Gretchen Grunt 29 Palms Creative Center

Lisa Manifold LM Manifold Photography

S ec on d Weeken d

Both Weekends

7073 Mission Avenue Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

Manifoldlm@yahoo.com

pbensonwright@gmail.com 518.366.9209

Photography

3D Mixed media

Selina Phanara Spaz Art Studio

Doug Whitfield 29 Palms Creative Center

Both Weekends

84

Both Weekends

6847 Adobe Road Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

6847 Adobe Road Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

6847 Adobe Road Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

29PalmsCreativeCenter@gmail.com www.29PalmsCreativeCenter.com 760.361.1805

Selinawoman@yahoo.com 818.395.5905

easyas123zz@gmail.com www.29PalmsCreativeCenter.com/ stainedglass 760.361.1805

2D Mixed media

Gallery, Book Arts, Ceramics, Encaustic, Printmaking and more

Glass

WWW.HWY62ARTTOURS.ORG

37


Studios Open 9am - 5pm

ARTI ST

Studios

86

Robert Arnett Studio

Perry Hoffman

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

6340 Allen Avenue Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 bobarnett91741@yahoo.com www.robertarnettfineart.com 626.914.3600 Painting

38

Fi r st Weeken d

87

79188 El Paseo Road Wonder Valley/Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 magentaraven@gmail.com www.magentaraven.com Ceramics, Mosaic, Photography

F I R S T W E E K E N D // O C T 1 5 - 1 6

S ec on d Weeken d

90

Both Weeken d s

Collective Show at 29 Palms ART Gallery Both Weekends

74055 Cottonwood Drive Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 760.367.7819 Gallery


ARTIST

Studios STUDIOS OPEN 9AM - 5PM M AP SY MB O LS: First We ek en d Second Wee ke n d Both We ek en d s Fea tured Galle ries Both We ek en d s

Second Weekend OCTOBER 22-23


ARTI ST

Studios

4

5

SHARON DAVIS Earth House Studios Both Weekends

4

Susan HOlloway Susan HOlloway Designs Both Weekends

Both Weekends

9102 Lanning Lane Morongo Valley, CA 92256

9102 Lanning Lane Morongo Valley, CA 92256

9102 Lanning Lane Morongo Valley, CA 92256

earthhousestudios@gmail.com 703.508.7007

sueholloway1@roadrunner.com 760.821.3190

terihudsonpottery@gmail.com 760.671.6671

Painting, mixed media, assemblage, installation art

Jewelry

Ceramics

Snake Jagger Snake Jagger Studio

Dan Bartlett

Succulent Surprises

Both Weekends

52031 Breezeway Morongo Valley, CA 92256 snakejagger@gmail.com www.www.snakejagger.com 760 641.6342

6

Both Weekends

8686 Little Morongo Road Morongo Valley, CA 92256

7

Both Weekends

8524 Little Morongo Road Morongo Valley, CA 92256

danbartlett@ymail.com www.danbartlettphotos.com 760.401.9997

succulent.surprises@gmail.com www.succulentsurprises.com 909.362.2016

Photography

Ceramics

Assemblage, Digital Art, Painting, 2D Mixed media

40

4

Teri Hudson Teri Hudson Pottery

S E C O N D W E E K E N D // O C T 2 2 - 2 3


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

9

11

Steffi Balcik Zen Bunny Studios Both Weekends

11

Thomas & Amara Alban MazAmar Art Pottery Both Weekends

S ec on d Weeken d

11

B oth Weeken d s

Caitlin Deane Urthen Both Weekends

53400 Cielito Trail Pioneertown, CA 92268

53626 Mane Street Pioneertown, CA 92268

53626 Mane Street Pioneertown, CA 92268

zenbunnystudios@gmail.com www.zenbuddhabunny.com 760.369.9147

Info@MazAmar.com www.MazAmar.com 760.228.0290

info@urthenware.com www.urthenware.com 760.228.0290

3D Mixed media

Ceramics

Ceramics

Geoffrey Fennell

Toby Verhines Heathen Divine

Steve Shigley

Both Weekends

53626 Mane Street Pioneertown, CA 92268 windsweeparts@hotmail.com 760 228 0290 Digital Art, Jewelry, Painting, Photography, Watercolor

11

Both Weekends

53626 Mane Street Pioneertown, CA 92268 heathen.divine@gmail.com www.heathendivine.com Digital Art, Drawing, Photography, 2D Mixed media

WWW.HWY62ARTTOURS.ORG

15

Both Weekends

7620 Inca Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284 sshigley1@gmail.com www.fineartamerica.com/profiles/ steve-shigley 562.533.0342 Metal Work, Painting, Sculpture

41


ARTI ST

Studios

16

Rainbow Stew

David B Walker

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

55509 Twentynine Palms Hwy Yucca Valley, CA 92284

17

Rainbowstew4u@aol.com www.rainbowstew4u.com 760.418.5170

55635 29 Palms Hwy Yucca Valley, CA 92284

17

18

Both Weekends

sunniedavid@gmail.com 760.365.4330

www.facebook.com/Route-62Vintage-Marketplace 760.365.4330

2D Mixed media

Assemblage

19

Bill Copeland Copeland Studio Both Weekends

20

Erick Johnson Innovus Photography Both Weekends

55922 Twentynine Palms Hwy. Yucca Valley, CA 92284

55940 Twentynine Palms Hwy #3 Yucca Valley, CA 92284

7054 Mohawk Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Steven@oldtowngallerygifts.com www.oldtowngallerygifts.com 760.820.1151

revbillcopeland@yahoo.com 909.289.5980

Photography

Painting

Digital Art, Photography, Woodwork, 3D Mixed media, Other

42

Both Weekends

55635 29 Palms Hwy Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Assemblage, Book Arts, Ceramics, Digital Art, Gourd Art, Paintings, Sculptures and more

Steven Howes Old Town Gallery & Gifts

Route 62 Vintage Market Place

S E C O N D W E E K E N D // O C T 2 2 - 2 3


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

21

Lana Shaw Grannys Cottage Both Weekends

S ec on d Weeken d

Lorette Eisbrenner

24

7521 Acoma Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Both Weekends

56541 Anaconda Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

24

Jewelry

Painting, Carving

John Greenfield

Emilia Frasher

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

56790 Desert Gold Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Both Weekends

smatheson@mojavepainter.com 760 418 5303

Painting

25

Sharon Matheson Mojave Art Studio 56541 Anaconda Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

leisbrenner99@gmail.com 562.923.8264

candles2cool@yahoo.com 702.296.0363

B oth Weeken d s

27

7685 Valley Vista Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Shirley James

27

Both Weekends

7685 Valley Vista Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

greenfieldjohn27@yahoo.com 760.899.2230

emilialou@roadrunner.com 760.218.0539

sejamesartist@verizon.net 760.365.6769

Ceramics

Jewelry

Pyrography, miniature oils, and colored pencil

WWW.HWY62ARTTOURS.ORG

43


ARTI ST

Studios

Ray Lamb

28

Both Weekends

8762 Alaba Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

28

Christine Lamb Embellished Lamb Both Weekends

Esther Shaw

29

8762 Alaba Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

ray@fineartlamb.com www.fineartlamb.com 760.401.2254

8289 Palomar Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 esthernmike2@gmail.com www.esthershawsart.com 760.369.9025

lamb@embellishedlamb.com www.embellishedlamb.com 760.401.2255

Painting

Second Weekend

Painting, Sculpture, Watercolor

Jewelry, Painting, 3D Mixed media

30

44

Hiroko Momii

Rosa Newton

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

9252 Joshua Lane Yucca Valley, CA 92284

31

58805 Carmalita Court Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Barbara Spiller

32

Second Weekend

59388 Journey Lane Yucca Valley, CA 92284

hiroko@hirokomomii.com 760.820.1600

newrw@aol.com 760.418.5355

www.barbaraspillerarts.com 310.430.1380

Painting

Painting

Printmaking

S E C O N D W E E K E N D // O C T 2 2 - 2 3


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

33

35

David Falossi Falossi Studio Second Weekend

33

Christopher Falossi Falossi Studio Second Weekend

6229 Hoot Owl Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

6229 Hoot Owl Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Falossi@falossistudios.com www.facebook.com/falossistudios 760.220.3994

ChristopherFalossi@gmail.com www.facebook.com/falossistudios 760.220.3994

Sculpture

Sculpture

Georgia Ryan

Bill Dahl

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

5405 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 jimandgeorgiaryan@frontiernet.net www.woodgatestudio.com 928.303.1292

36

5330 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 bdahl@billdahlphotography.com www.billdahlphotography.com Photography

Ceramics, Glass, Jewelry, Paper Arts

S ec on d Weeken d

B oth Weeken d s

Julianne Koza

35

Both Weekends

5405 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 juliannekoza@verizon.net 760.365.8837 Jewelry, Photography

36

Paul Klopfenstein Bear Court Baskets/Gourds Both Weekends

5330 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 pklops@yahoo.com www.bearcourt.com 760.285.3799 Gourd Art

WWW.HWY62ARTTOURS.ORG

45


ARTI ST

Studios

36

Kathi Klopfenstein Bear Court Baskets/Gourds Both Weekends

Deane Locke

36

5330 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Both Weekends

5330 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

36

Both Weekends

5330 Grand Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

dlockefineart@verizon.net www.dlockefineart.com 760.285.2318

info@bearcourt.com www.bearcourt.com 760.285.3898

nvikdal@roadrunner.com www.facebook.com/kiln2perfection

Watercolor

Basketry

37

46

Victoria Rothlisberg Faux the Love of It Both Weekends

Nichole Vikdal Crystalline Glazed Porcelain Pottery

Ceramics

37

Holly Rae Wind Crystal Corners Jewelry Both Weekends

4929 Canton Street Yucca Valley, CA 92284

4929 Canton Street Yucca Valley, CA 92284

deerfoot1@msn.com 760.832.5611

hollyrae49@yahoo.com 814.688.3442

Painting

Jewelry

S E C O N D W E E K E N D // O C T 2 2 - 2 3

Lee Madison

39

Both Weekends

2121 Jemez Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284 lee@megmadison.com 213.393.9333 Sculpture


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

Meg Madison

39

Both Weekends

2121 Jemez Trail Yucca Valley, CA 92284

40

Both Weekends

B oth Weeken d s

Steven L. Rieman

41

1010 Cambria Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

meg@megmadison.com www.megmadison.com 213.393.9333

42

Shelly Fredenburg From My Hands to Yours

S ec on d Weeken d

Both Weekends

1188 Tahoe Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

shellrswift@hotmail.com 760.660.3698

riemans@riemansculpture.com www.riemansculpture.com 760.364.3455

Photography, Printmaking

Ceramics

Sculpture

Mike Fagan Magic on the Mesa

Karin Haase

Beth Abaravich

Both Weekends

3768 El Dorado Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284 magiconthemesa@yahoo.com www.magiconthemesa.com 760.636.9358

43

Both Weekends

59122 Forrest Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284 karin.haase@mac.com Fiber arts/textiles, Woodworking

44

Both Weekends

5786 Marvin Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284 stylejunky@aol.com www.bethabaravich.squarespace.com 213.272.2307 Fiber arts/textiles, Sculpture

Ceramics, Fiber arts/textiles, Photography

WWW.HWY62ARTTOURS.ORG

47


ARTI ST

Studios

Andrea Jungert

44

Both Weekends

58982 Los Coyotes Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

45

Andreajungert@yahoo.com www.DivaKnitwear.com

Karen Caygill Caygill Claythings Second Weekend

46

Larry Cush Cush Art Studio Both Weekends

58979 Los Coyotes Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

5610 Indio Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Ceramics

www.cushartstudio.com 760.218.0559

Fiber arts/textiles, Mosaic Ceramics, Glass, Metal Work

46

Nancy Cush Cush Art Studio Both Weekends

5610 Indio Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

48

Ed Keesling Clayworks

47

Both Weekends

58775 Wilmar Avenue Yucca Valley, CA 92284

www.cushartstudio.com 760.218.2648

ededkeesling@aol.com www.edsclayworks.com 760.365.8193

Ceramics, Mosaic, Painting

Ceramics

S E C O N D W E E K E N D // O C T 2 2 - 2 3

Jaymie Arquilevich

48

Both Weekends

5786 Marvin Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284 jarquilevich@roadrunner.com www.etsy.com/shop/finchleystitches Fiber arts/textiles


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

Valerie Davis

48

Both Weekends

5786 Marvin Drive Yucca Valley, CA 92284

49

Kathy Zyduck Moonlight Arts Both Weekends

S ec on d Weeken d

Cori Griffin-Ruiz

51

56446 Jesse Road Landers, CA 92285

valdavisartinjt@gmail.com 760 820 4336

Second Weekend

1775 Mason Dixon Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252 Fiber arts/textiles, 3D Mixed media

moonlightartsllc@gmail.com www.facebook.com/MoonlightArts 760.660.9970

Painting

B oth Weeken d s

Painting

53

Scott Doten Fine Art and Design Both Weekends

919 Shangrila Lane Joshua Tree, CA 92252 Scottinjt@gmail.com www.facebook.com/scottdoten 760.333.5216

Georgia Toney

53

Both Weekends

919 Shangri-La Lane Joshua Tree, CA 92252 georgiawrites@gmail.com Photography

Doug Dolde

54

Second Weekend

60726 Sunny Sands Drive Joshua Tree, CA 92252 dougdolde@gmail.com www.douglasdolde.com 760.913.0588 Photography

Metal Work, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Watercolor

WWW.HWY62ARTTOURS.ORG

49


ARTI ST

Studios

55

Eric Banas La Bonetto Studio Both Weekends

Rick Kendall

55

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252 760.218.4406

Both Weekends

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Elisabeth Pollnow

55

Both Weekends

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252

760.218.4406

www.elisabethpollnow.com

Metal Work, Sculpture

Assemblage, Sculpture

Susan & Michele Moki La Bonetto Studio

Mary Mulally

Metal Work, Sculpture, Woodwork

Ismael Jessie Rodriguez

55

Both Weekends

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252 ijrodez@hotmail.com 530.368.2694 Painting, Sculpture

55

Both Weekends

2575 Manana Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252 me@labonettostudio.com 760.218.4406 Assemblage, Photography, 3D Mixed media

50

S E C O N D W E E K E N D // O C T 2 2 - 2 3

56

Both Weekends

4601 Avenida La Flora Desierta Joshua Tree, CA 92252 mary@mericares.com 818.400.7679 Woodwork


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

57

Zara Kand

Alita VanVliet

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

61583 Terrace Drive Joshua Tree, CA 92252

59

www.zarakand.com

7236 Saddleback Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252

S ec on d Weeken d

Marya Fields

60

Both Weekends

61745 El Reposo Circle Joshua Tree, CA 92252 818.216.1240

alita@alitavanvlietart.com www.alitavanvlietart.com 831.332.0984

Painting

B oth Weeken d s

Jewelry

Painting

Alane Levinsohn

60

Both Weekends

61745 El Reposo Circle Joshua Tree, CA 92252 AlaneLevinsohn@ca.rr.com www.alane.fineartstudioonline.com 323.646.7104 Painting

60

Sam Roberts Sam Roberts Photography Both Weekends

60

Heather Sprague Fey LittleWing Photography Both Weekends

61745 El Reposo Circle Joshua Tree, CA 92252

61745 El Reposo Circle Joshua Tree, CA 92252

sam@srobertsphoto.com www.srobertsphoto.com

heather@feylittlewingphotography.com www.etsy.com/shop/FeyLittleWingPhoto 760.220.1311

Photography

Photography

WWW.HWY62ARTTOURS.ORG

51


ARTI ST

Studios

61

Patricia Knight Patricia Knight Photography Both Weekends

Eric Pfranger

61

61325 Twentynine Palms Highway Suite #E Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Both Weekends

61325 29 Palms Hwy, Suite E Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Gallery 62

62

pfejtranger@gmail.com 760.974.6646

patricia@patriciaknightphotography.com www.patriciaknightphotography.com 760.218.9714

Both Weekends

61607 Twentynine Palms Hwy, Suite H Joshua Tree, CA 92252 www.gallery62.org

Sculpture

Gallery

Jessie Keylon

David Jesse McChesney

Photography

63

Susan Henry Zannedelions Boutique and Gallery

65

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

61877 29 Palms Hwy Joshua Tree, CA 92252

jessie@jessiekeylon.com www.jessiekeylon.com

setitup@earthlink.net www.MilesofWonder.com/

mrmsjhjr@att.net www.zannedelions.com 760.574.5267

Painting, Watercolor

Photography

Glass

52

67

60233 Melton Trail Joshua Tree, CA 92252

S E C O N D W E E K E N D // O C T 2 2 - 2 3

8385 Fleur Drive Joshua Tree, CA 92252


Studios Open 9am - 5pm Fi r s t Weeken d

67

Vera Topinka

Ellen Hill

Both Weekends

Both Weekends

8385 Fleur Drive Joshua Tree, CA 92252

68

www.veraphotography.com

62677 Quail Springs Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252

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Susan Kearns Goat Mountain Second Weekend

62710 Terrace Drive Joshua Tree, CA 92252

ehill@tseka.com www.tseka.com 760.366.9237

Assemblage, Metal Work, Photography

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suza503@gmail.com www.artologynow.blogspot.com 503.951.8325

Painting, Saami jewelry

Jewelry, Painting

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Sharon Ryder

Noah Purifoy Foundation

Both Weekends

Second Weekend

65833 29 Palms Outer Hwy South Joshua Tree, CA 92252 sharonryderfineart@gmail.com www.sharonryder.com 760.218.0786

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63030 Blair Lane Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Barbara Drucker

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Second Weekend

2950 Rice Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252

noahpurifoyfdn@gmail.com www.noahpurifoy.com

Bdrucker@g.ucla.edu www.barbaradrucker.net

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Painting

Drawing, Painting, 2D Mixed media

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Angel Chen

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Both Weekends

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65122 E Broadway Joshua Tree, CA 92252 Angelchen@me.com www.angel-chen.com 310.740.6735 Ceramics, Fiber arts/textiles, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Watercolor

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Lili Tanner Lili T. California Both Weekends

6905 Peterson Road Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 lilitcali@gmail.com www.lilitcalifornia.com 310.508.0538

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Simi Dabah Sculpture Foundation Both Weekends

Both Weekends

5255 Sunfair Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252

7284 Mt. Shasta Avenue Joshua Tree, CA 92252

larryb@yahoo.com www.simidabahsculptures.com 760.910.3886

markdool@ucla.edu www.markdoolittlestudio.com 661.433.5546

Metal Work, Sculpture

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Art Mortimer

Gillyan Thorburn

Both Weekends

70141 Arenoso Trail Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 artmortimer@earthlink.net www.artmortimer.com 760.865.0704 Painting, Murals, Photography

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Mark Doolittle Mark Doolittle Studio

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Both Weekends

70141 Arenoso Trail Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 gillyan@earthlink.net 760.865.0704 Fiber arts/textiles, Jewelry


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Glenn Grubbs

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Both Weekends

6787 Galleta Avenue Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

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Painting

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Both Weekends

Both Weekends

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Penelope Benson-Wright

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5589 Baileya Avenue Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

ggrubbs@gdgarch.com

Gretchen Grunt 29 Palms Creative Center

Lisa Manifold LM Manifold Photography

S ec on d Weeken d

Both Weekends

7073 Mission Avenue Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

Manifoldlm@yahoo.com

pbensonwright@gmail.com 518.366.9209

Photography

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Selina Phanara Spaz Art Studio

Doug Whitfield 29 Palms Creative Center

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Both Weekends

6847 Adobe Road Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

6847 Adobe Road Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

6847 Adobe Road Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

29PalmsCreativeCenter@gmail.com www.29PalmsCreativeCenter.com 760.361.1805

Selinawoman@yahoo.com 818.395.5905

easyas123zz@gmail.com www.29PalmsCreativeCenter.com/ stainedglass 760.361.1805

2D Mixed media

Gallery, Book Arts, Ceramics, Encaustic, Printmaking and more

Glass

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Mark Spangenberg Mark Spangenberg Fine Art Second Weekend

Robert Arnett Studio

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74351 Cottonwood Drive Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 Drawing, Painting

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6340 Allen Avenue Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

Perry Hoffman

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bobarnett91741@yahoo.com www.robertarnettfineart.com 626.914.3600

www.markspangenbergfineart.com

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Both Weekends

Both Weekends

79188 El Paseo Road Wonder Valley/Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 magentaraven@gmail.com www.magentaraven.com

Painting

Ceramics, Mosaic, Photography

Mark Heuston

Chris Carraher

Second Weekend

Second Weekend

Collective Show at 29 Palms ART Gallery

83230 Garden Avenue Wonder Valley/Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 (do not use Google Map)

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78834 Mesa Drive Wonder Valley/Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

solarmouse@dslextreme.com 760.596.9210

magicgroove@gmail.com www.magicgroove.net 760.880.6275

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Pastel

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74055 Cottonwood Drive Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 760.367.7819 Gallery


Art All Year MORONGO VALLEY Purple Agave Gallery & Cactus Mart 49889 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-363-6076 www.cactusmart.net Art Colony of Morongo Valley Gift Shop Morongo Valley Community Center 11165 Vale Dr. www.artcolonyofmorongovalley.com

YUCCA VALLEY

Joshua Tree Art Gallery JTAG 61607 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 310-562-0511 www.joshuatreeartgallery.com Natural Sisters Restaurant 61695 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-366-3600 Grateful Desert Herb Shop 61695 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-366-8333

2 Guys Pies 56969 Yucca Trail 760-418-5075

Beatnik Lounge 61597 Twentynine Palms Hwy. www.rfjt.com 760-475-4680

ArtFx & Furnishings 55836 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 619-990-5683 YVDigital.com

*Joshua Tree San Bernardino County Library 6465 Park Blvd. 760-366-8615

*Las Palmas Mexican Cuisine 55792 Twentynine Palms Highway 760-369-7164

TWENTYNINE PALMS

Plaza Art & Frame 57246 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-365-3396 Rainbow Stew 55509 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-418-5170 www.rainbowstew4u.com Oasis Postal Plus 56925 Yucca Trail 760-365-1773 www.oasispostalplus.com Old Town Gallery & Gifts 55922 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-820-1151 www.oldtowngallerygifts.com California Welcome Center 56711 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-365-5465

JOSHUA TREE High Desert Cultural Center 61231 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-366-3777 www.HiDesertCulturalCenter.org Hi-Desert Medical Center 6601 Whitefeather Rd. *Gallery 62 61607 Twentynine Palms Hwy., Suite H exhibits@mbcac.org www.gallery62.org *Pie For The People 61740 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-366-0400 www.pieforthepeople.net

*29 Palms Inn 3950 Inn Ave. 760-367-3505 www.29PalmsInn.com

GALLERY 62

Rotating art from members of the Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Coucil (MBCAC).

Featuring Artists of the High Desert in Downtown Joshua Tree every 2nd Saturday of the month from 6-8 pm

29 Palms Art Gallery 74055 Cottonwood Dr. 760-367-7819 www.29palmsgallery.com 29 Palms Visitor Center and Gallery 73484 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-367-6197 www.visit29.org 29 Palms Creative Center and Gallery 6847 Adobe Rd. 760-361-1805 www.29palmscreativecenter.com Raven’s Book Shoppe 69225 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-362-4900 Roadside Attraction 69197 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-401-8038 www.douglasosmith.com

WONDER VALLEY The Glass Outhouse Gallery 77575 Twentynine Palms Hwy. 760-367-3807 *Arts Council sponsored rotating art shows at this location

These galleries and stores support the local art community by providing space for our artists to show and sell art work all year long. The list shown here is compiled from businesses who responded to the Arts Council’s invitation for inclusion in this catalog and therefore may not be a complete representation.

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Sebastiano Grasso From Hwy 62 turn north onto Senelis Ave (only stoplight in Morongo Valley). Go 100 feet to stop sign and turn left onto Senelis Ave (again). Go approximately one mile to “T” intersection and turn left onto Juniper Ave. Third house on right. Enter driveway through chain link fence gate.

Eric Mueller From Hwy 62 go west on Pioneertown Rd. Proceed for 3.8 miles. Turn right on Skyline Ranch Rd. and proceed for 1.7 miles. Turn left onto Hakataya Dr. Go past one house on left to end of the road.

2 James Hagerty From Hwy 62, turn north onto Valley View Road, turn west onto Aspen Drive, Studio is located at the corner of Aspen Drive and Morongo Way.

3 Bill Leigh Brewer From Hwy 62, turn north onto Big Morongo Canyon Road. Go almost a mile to Coyote Trail, turn right. Go up the first driveway on the left. Look for the stone house.

4 Sharon A. Davis, Susan Holloway, Teri Hudson From Hwy 62, turn north onto Lanning Lane. Arrive at last house on left. Lanning Lane is a dirt road that runs along the right side of the Country Market Liquor Store parking lot.

5 Snake Jagger From Hwy 62, turn north on Desert Willow Tr. Drive 1/4 mile to Breezeway, turn left, go about 100 yards, driveway is on the left.

6 Dan Bartlett From Hwy 62, turn north onto Little Morongo Rd. Turn left onto Breeze Way, then right onto T Circle Dr. Studio is the 1st house on the left.

7 Succulent Surprises From Hwy 62 turn north on to Rose Eden Dr; then turn left on to Breezeway and then right onto Little Morongo Rd. Turn left on to Cactus Ln to Quail Crossing Studio.

9 Steffi Balcik, Mark Meadows From Hwy 62, turn North onto Hwy 247/ Old Woman Springs Rd. Turn left onto Pipes Cyn Rd, proceed for 4.7 mi, turn left onto Acacia Ave. Proceed one short block and turn left onto Cielito Trail. Proceed 2/10 of a mile and Cielito Trail dead ends at studio.

10 Audrey Green, Suzen Smallwood From Hwy 62, turn north on Pioneertown Rd.Turn left on Roy Rogers Rd. 5th house on right side.

11 Thomas & Amara Alban, Caitlin Deane, Geoffrey Fennell, Toby Verhines From Hwy 62, turn north onto Pioneertown Road. Drive 4 mi to Pioneertown until you see Pioneer Bowl (bowling alley) on right. Park next to Pioneer Bowl and walk across dirt road, to Mane Street. Building has the sign “Pottery” across the top.

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13 Ilona Mercier, Tami Roleff From Highway 62, turn north onto Camino del Cielo. Turn left on Martinez, and then right on the second street, Cardillo Trail. It’s a long street that curves to the left. At the end of the block on the left, surrounded by a wrought iron fence. Enter through the gate by the mailbox.

14 Michael Eiden, Andrew Eiden, Clark Hunter, Susan Hunter Eiden From Highway 62, turn south on Kickapoo Trail, turn right on Mountain View Trail, look for sign that says “Hunter” and turn left onto long driveway up to house. Approximately 2 minutes from Highway 62.

15 Steve Shigley From hwy 62, turn south onto Inca Trail. Studio is 2 blocks down on right. (Between Pueblo and Onaga)

16 Rainbow Stew From Hwy 62 Rainbow Stew will be located on the south side of highway between Inca and Geromino.

south (through 1 stop sign) until Acoma ends at Golden Bee. Turn right (west) on Golden Bee. Make first right (north) on Bannock Trail (a cul de sac). House is the 4th on the left.

23 Cory Hamilton From Hwy 62, turn south onto Palm Ave. (Auto Zone) Make a left onto Onaga Trl, then an immediate right onto Palm Ave. Take until you’ve almost reached the end of the road. Studio is on the right.

24 Lorette Eisbrenner, Sharon Matheson From Hwy 62 go south on Church St and then make a Left on Joshua Dr, continue to Cholla and turn right, make an immediate left on Anaconda. Studio is exactly half way down the block on the right.

25 Bonnie Brady, Susan Gonzalez, John Greenfield From Hwy 62, turn south onto Sage Ave. (Denny’s on corner). Proceed south through 2 stop signs. Continue 4 blocks, turn right onto Desert Gold Dr.

26 Kat Johnson From Hwy 62, turn south onto Old Woman Springs/ Joshua Ln. Proceed to Joshua Dr. and turn right. Turn left at the stop sign, Sage Ave. Proceed up the hill to Kismet, turn right.

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David B. Walker, Route 62 Vintage Market Place On Hwy 62 at the corner of Geronimo Trail.

Emilia Frasher, Shirley James From Highway 62 turn south on Joshua Lane, turn, Left on Yucca Trail. Proceed one block then turn right on Valley Vista. House is on Northeast corner of Valley Vista and Onaga

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Steven Howes From Hwy 62, go to one block east of Pioneertown Rd. The building with murals and timber facade. Parking on both streets and our own lot on Cherokee Tr.

19 Bill Copeland On north side of Hwy. 62 between Cherokee and Bannock

20 Erick Johnson From Hwy 62 turn north on Mohawk Trail, follow signs

Ray Lamb, Christine Lamb From Hwy 62 turn south on Joshua Ln. for 2.6 miles. Turn right at San Vicente Dr. Continue for 3 blocks and turn left onto Juarez Dr. Half a block and turn right onto Alaba Ave. Our house is at the end of the cul-de-sac.

29 Esther Shaw From Hwy 62, go south on Avalon Ave, it turns into Palomar Ave at the signal. Proceed on Palomar Ave, studio will be on the east side of street.Go down driveway, park at the house.

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Lana Shaw From Hwy 62, turn south on Acoma Trail. Studio will be on your left.

Hiroko Momii, Stella Vognar From Hwy 62, turn south onto Joshua Lane toward Black Rock Canyon Campground. Proceed for 4 miles. Destination will be on the right. Proceed to the drive way, then park on the circle.

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Diana Shay Diehl, Krista Wargo From Hwy. 62: Turn right south at the light on Acoma Trail by Jelly Donut. Head straight south (through 1 stop sign) until Acoma ends at Golden Bee. Turn right (west) on Golden Bee. Make first right (north) on Bannock Trail (a cul de sac). House is the 4th on the left. Heading east on Hwy. 62: Turn left (south) at the light on Acoma Trail by Jelly Donut. Head straight

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Rosa Newton From Hwy 62, turn south onto Joshua Lane toward Black Rock Canyon Campground. Turn left onto Santa Barbara Dr., and then turn right onto Camelita Cir. Then turn right onto Camelita Court. Destination will be on the left.


32 Barbara Spiller From Hwy 62, turn south on La Contenta Rd. Proceed on the dirt road as you cross Alta Loma/ Yucca Trail. Continue 1.25 miles and turn left on to Journey Lane. Studio is second house on the left.

33 David Falossi, Christopher Falossi From Hwy 62 turn north on Old Woman Springs Road, left on Farrelo, left on Plaza Del Amigo, left on Hoot Owl Trail

34 Paul Hadley, John Henson From Hwy 62, turn north on Old Woman Springs Rd/247, turn right on Hillcrest and continue unti it ends at Roberts Rd. (dirt), turn right and go to the end of the road. Park on the road.

35 Julianne Koza, Georgia Ryan From Hwy 62 turn north onto Old Woman Springs Rd. / 247. Follow to first traffic signal (Buena Vista/ Skyline Ranch Rd.) Turn left at Skyline Ranch Rd. Take first turn left on Wallaby St. Turn right onto Grand Ave. Studio is first house on the right, with long cement driveway.

36 Bill Dahl, Paul Klopfenstein, Kathi Klopfenstein, Deane Locke, Nichole Vikdal From Hwy 62 turn north onto Old Woman Springs Rd/Hwy 247. Drive to the first light (Buena Vista/ Skyline) and turn left onto Skyline Ranch Rd. Turn left on Wallaby, then right on Grand Ave to 5330 Grand.

37 Victoria Rothlisberg, Holly Rae Wind From Hwy 62, turn north on to Old Woman Springs Rd/Hwy 247. Proceed for 3 miles and turn left onto Skyline Ranch Rd. Turn left on to Canton St. Destination will be on the left.

Starlight Mesa. Proceed about 2/3 of a mile and turn right onto Cambria. Go a few hundred feet and turn left onto Vin Rose. Go a few hundred feet and turn left onto Tahoe Ave. Proceed 1/8 mile on the right you’ll see our buildings with metal rooftops.

42 Mike Fagan From Hwy 62, turn north onto Yucca Mesa Rd., turn left onto Aberdeen, turn left onto El Dorado Ave. Arrive at the house approx. 3/4 mile on the right.

43 Karin Haase From Hwy 62 turn north onto Yucca Mesa. After approx 2.8miles turn left/west onto Buena Vista Drive. Turn left/south onto Paradise View Rd. The house is on the corner of Paradise View and Forrest Drive on the left side.

44 Beth Abaravich, Andrea Jungert From Hwy 62 ,turn north onto Yucca Mesa Rd., turn left on Wilmar, then right on Linda Lee Dr. House is on the NW corner of Linda Lee Drive and Los Coyotes Drive.

45 Karen Caygill From Hwy. 62, turn north on Yucca Mesa, left on Wilmar, right on Linda Lee (first right after Paradise View), house is on the corner of Linda Lee and Los Coyotes.

46 Larry Cush, Nancy Cush From Hwy 62, turn north onto Yucca Mesa Road. Proceed for 1 mi, turn left onto Douglas Ln, then right onto Indio Ave. Turn left onto Wilmar Ave.On corner of Wilmar & Indio, first driveway on the left across from mailboxes

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China Gilfoy From Hwy 62 turn north on Hwy 247. Turn right on Aberdeen Dr. Turn right on Sage Ave. Studio will be on your left.

Ed Keesling From Hwy 62, turn north onto Yucca Mesa Rd. Go 1 mile to Douglas Ln. Turn left at Douglas. Go 3 blocks to Indio. Turn right onto Indio. Go 1 block to Wilmar Ave. Turn left onto Wilmar. Go 1 block to the end of the road. The studio is behind the red house with white trim. Park behind the studio.

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Lee Madison, Meg Madison From Hwy 62, turn north on to Hwy 247/Old Woman Springs Road. Proceed for 8.5 miles and turn Left on Chaparral Road (dirt road) Turn Left on Inca Trail. Right on Jemez Trail (after the white picket fence) go to the end of road.

40 Shelly Fredenburg From Hwy 62, turn north onto CA/247 N/Old Woman Springs Rd. Proceed for 8 miles. Turn onto Starlight Mesa. Left on Cambria Ave, go to last house on the left.

41 Steven L. Rieman From Hwy 62, turn north onto Hwy 247/Old Woman Springs Rd. Proceed for 8 miles. Turn right on

Valerie Davis, Jaymie Arquilevich From Hwy 62, turn north onto Yucca Mesa Rd. Proceed 1 mile and turn left onto Douglas Ln (3rd no passing sign) Turn left onto Marvin Dr. Arrive at 3rd house on the right.

49 Kathy Zyduck From Hwy 62, turn north on Old Woman Springs Rd/ Hwy 247. Proceed for 12.1 miles, then turn right onto Jesse road. Proceed for 1.1 Miles.

50 Marcia Geiger From Hwy 62, turn north on CA-247 N/Old Woman Springs Rd, Proceed for 10.6 mi. Turn right onto Reche Rd. Proceed for 5.9 mi. Turn left onto Booth Rd. Turn left onto Lutz Ave.Studio will be on the right.

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51 Cori Griffin-Ruiz From Hwy 62 go north on Yucca Mesa Rd. Turn Right on Aberdeen Dr. Turn Left on Wesley Rd. Proceed on dirt road as Wesley Rd will turn into Mason Dixon Rd when it curves to your left. Studio is on NE corner of Mason Dixon Rd and Patrick Way.

52 Judy Wold From Hwy 62, turn north on to Sunburst St. Then turn right (east) onto Golden St. and then turn left (north) on to Border Ave. Proceed for 2.5 miles and turn left (west) onto Sonora Rd. (white phone box). Proceed for 2.5. Destination will be on the left.

53 Scott Doten, Georgia Toney From Hwy 62, turn north onto Sunburst Ave. Turn right onto Golden St, then left onto Border Ave. Proceed appx 4 mi and turn left onto Winters Rd (dirt). Proceed west for 1.4 miles to large metal building on left. Entrance off Winters.

54 Doug Dolde From Hwy 62, turn north onto Yucca Mesa Rd. Turn right onto Aberdeen Dr, then left onto Wesley Rd. Proceed 1/2 mi then turn right onto Sunny Sands Dr. Third house on north side of street.

55 Eric Banas, Rick Kendall, Elisabeth Pollnow, Ismael Jessie Rodriguez, Eric Saks, Susan & Michele Moki From Hwy 62, turn north onto Sunburst Ave. Turn right onto Golden St, then left onto Border Ave. Turn left onto La Brisa, proceed for approximately 1/2 mile and turn left onto Manana Ave. Studio is on the left, look for the 15 ft. Metal Man!

56 Mary Mulally From Hwy 62, turn north onto Sunburst St. Proceed for 2.3 miles and turn left onto Calle Las Sierras. Turn right onto Avenida La Flora Desierta. Studio will be on east side of the street.

57 Zara Kand From Hwy 62, turn north onto Sunset Rd, and then west onto Terrace Drive (1st house on left, past the white church on corner)

59 Alita VanVliet From Hwy 62, turn south on to Sunny Vista Rd. Go up the hill to stop sign and turn left on Alta Loma Rd. Go two short blocks and turn left on Saddleback Rd. Studio/home is on the left, 3 driveways down. Follow the signs to the studio through the gate to the right of the front door.

60 Marya Fields, Alane Levinsohn, Sam Roberts, Heather Sprague From Hwy. 62 turn south on to Park Blvd. Turn right on to El Reposo Circle. Proceed to the second driveway on the left.

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Studio Directions CONTINUED 61 Patricia Knight, Eric Pfranger From Hwy 62, turn south into the shopping plaza with a huge white sign that says “Joshua Tree Dentistry” Follow the signs to Joshua Tree Excursions in Suite E.

62 GALLERY 62 South side of Hwy 62

63 Susan Henry Downtown Joshua Tree, between El Reposo Circle and Park Blvd, on the north side of Hwy 62.

64 Richard Southard From Hwy 62 turn south on to Sunny Vista Rd. At the stop turn right on to Alta Loma Dr. then immediately turn left on to Sunny Vista. Turn right on La Mirada Trail. Proceed for a mile. Studio is on the left.

65 Jessie Keylon From Hwy 62, Turn south on La Contenta Rd. Turn left on Alta Loma, right on Olympic and left on Melton, second house on the right.

66 Siri Chew, Steve Pokras, Lenne Rosen-Kabe From Hwy. 62 turn south on La Contenta Rd. Then turn left onto Yucca Trail/Alta Loma. Turn right onto Olympic, turn left onto Onaga Tr., Turn right onto Wesley Rd. Studio will be on the right (look for large grey steel building).

67 David Jesse McChesney, Vera Topinka From Hwy 62, turn south on Sunset Rd. Turn right on to Alta Loma,then make an immediate left to stay south on Sunset Rd. Turn left on Skyline Dr., then right on Fleur Dr. Studio will be on your left just past Rincon Rd.

68 Ellen Hill From Hwy 62 turn south on Park Blvd. Travel 3.1 miles. Park becomes Quail Springs Rd. Driveway on your right.

69 Susan Kearns From Hwy 62 turn north on Sunburst, drive .6 miles to old elementary school. At chain link fence bordering north side of the school, turn right between fence and a small Joshua tree onto an unmarked dirt road heading east for appx. .6 miles. Turn right at the second road. Look for large house with several RV’s in the yard. Turn left at this house and follow signs.

70 Sharon Ryder From Hwy 62, turn south onto Mt. Lassen Ave then make an immediately left onto Twentynine Palms Outer Hwy South. Destination will be on your right.

71 Karan Murphy From Hwy 62, turn north on Sunfair Rd. Proceed for

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2 miles. Turn left onto Broadway St. Proceed for 2 miles. Studio on the corner off Broadway & Rice (end of paved road), studio on the right side of the road. (Do not use GPS or you will end up on bad dirt roads)

72 Sandra Goodin, Casey Kiernan From Hwy 62, turn north on Sunfair. Turn left on Broadway, proceed 2 miles.

73 Cynthia Cox From Hwy 62, turn south onto Sunny Vista. Turn right at stop sign (Alta Loma), then an immediately left back onto Sunny Vista. Continue two blocks to Latham, turn right. House is on the left (south).

74 Noah Purifoy Foundation From Hwy 62, turn north onto Yucca Mesa Rd. Turn right onto Aberdeen Dr. Proceed another 4.5 miles and turn left onto Center Avenue. Turn right onto Blair Lane (graded dirt road). You will see the sculpture site on your left, park in the shade across the road.

75 Barbara Drucker From Hwy 62 go north on Sunburst 3miles; Right on Golden; Left on Border 1mile; Right on Aberdeen 1/2mile; Left on Center (unpaved road); Right on Cielito for 1/2mile; Left on Rice Rd. House/studio is burnt orange color on the left - 2950 Rice Road.

76 Angel Chen From Hwy 62,turn north onto Sunfair Rd,then right onto E Broadway. Corner of Sun View, white geodesic dome home.

77 Simi Dabah From Hwy 62, turn north onto Sunfair Road. Proceed approx. 1 mile to 4th Street, located on right.

78 Mark Doolittle From Hwy 62, turn south onto Mt. Shasta Ave. Proceed to end of the street. Studio is on the righthand side (West), opposite large house in the rocks.

79 Lili Tanner From Hwy 62, turn south on to Peterson Rd. Destination will be last house on the left.

80 Art Mortimer, Gillyan Thorburn From Hwy 62, turn south on Sherman Rd. Entering Sherman Highlands, go to the top and turn right on Arenoso Trail. Third house on the left. Park on the street or in the driveway. Studio is in the back, behind the house.

81 Glenn Grubbs From Hwy 62, turn south on Canyon Road (by the 29 Palms Animal Hospital) drive towards 49 Palms Canyon Road. Turn left on Cottonwood Drive, One block to Galleta Ave. house with green tile roof on corner

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82 Lisa Manifold From Hwy 62 going east: Take a right on Encelia at the stoplight (Across from State Bothers). Take Encelia about 2 1/2 - 3 miles to 2 Mile road. Take a right on 2 mile road and go about 1/2 a mile to Baileya Ave. Take a left on Baileya Ave. Studio will be the 1st house (brown) on right in the 2nd block on corner of Mananna and Baileya.

83 Penelope Benson-Wright From Hwy 62, turn right (south) on to Hatch Rd. (Sign on Hwy) and continue past Water District HQ. Take 1st right onto Mission, go 2 blocks to last home on left.

84 Gretchen Grunt, Selina Phanara, Doug Whitfield From Hwy 62, turn south on to Adobe Road. Proceed for 3 blocks. Destination will be on your left, directly across the street from Builder’s Supply

85 Mark Spangenberg From Hwy 62, turn south on Utah Trail, Right on Cottonwood Dr and continue to the end of Cottonwood. The studio is on the south corner of Cottonwood and Mara. Studio is on the south corner with a large Palo Verde tree on the corner of Cottonwwood and Mara.

86 Robert Arnett From hwy 62, turn north onto Allen Ave. in Twentynine Palms (6 miles east of downtown). It is the second house on your left.

87 Perry Hoffman From Hwy 62 continue east from 29 Palms. Turn left on Godwin after the airport. Go three streets, turn left on El Paseo. Studio is the first house with sign reading PAVEMENT ENDS

88 Mark Heuston From Hwy 62 continue east from 29 Palms to Godwin Rd. Turn left on Godwin, drive to Amboy Rd., turn right, drive about 5 miles to Shadow Mountain Rd. Just past the Palms Restaurant, turn left on Shadow Mountain Rd. and go about 1.25 miles; look for open studio sign on your left.

89 Chris Carraher From Hwy 62, turn north onto Godwin Rd. Drive 3 mi and turn left onto Mesa Dr. Drive 1/2 mi and turn right at shot-up truck fender, then take next left.

90 29 Palms Art Gallery From Hwy 62, turn south onto National Park Drive. Right on Cottonwood Drive and then an immediate left into the parking lot. Located next to the 29 Palms Inn.


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2016 Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours Catalog  

Your guide to the 15th annual Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours featuring 135 artists in 90 studios locations throughout the Morongo Basin, inclu...

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