Artist Maureen Maryka works on one of her masterpieces. Maryka is one of several artists that will be featured at the Quadra Studio Tour June 3 and 4.

Discover the arts with the Quadra Studio Tour

More than 30 artists will be featured June 3 and 4 during the studio tour on Quadra Island

Mark your calendars for June 3 and 4, as the Quadra Island Studio Tour returns for its 15th year.

Discover the amazing works of more than 30 artists at 17 studios and the community centre while touring beautiful Quadra Island.

Enjoy the vast array of artistic styles and mediums, ranging from pottery, fused glass, painting, metal work, printmaking, pencil art, fibre art, carving, photography, and so much more.

The Quadra Community Centre will present many artists, a group overview exhibition, bistro and door prizes.

Tickets are $5 (kids 12 and under are free) and are available at the Campbell River Art Gallery, Quadra Tourist Info Booth, Impressions Framing or on Quadra at Inspirations or Works of H’Art.

Unique studios, shops, restaurants, beaches, parks, golf, kayaking, and incredible scenery are just a few things that await your visit.

And, if you can’t make kick-off weekend, 14 studios remain open year-round.

Quadra Island is situated in the Discovery Islands, just a 10 minute ferry ride from Campbell River.

More details can be found at www.quadraislandarts.com or on Facebook at Quadra Island Studio Tour.

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