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Wilminton >> On May 28 and 29, artists and craftspeople all over Vermont will be opening their studios to visitors from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m, during the 24th annual Vermont Spring Open Studio Weekend. Bright yellow signs will appear along Vermont's roads over Memorial Day weekend guiding visitors to the artists' studios.

More information about the statewide event may be found on the Vermont Crafts Council web site, vermontcrafts.com, in the Vermont Open Studio Guide and on Facebook at Southern Vermont Artists.

In the Deerfield Valley region the following artists in the following galleries/studios in Wilmington, Whitingham, Readsboro, and Stamford will welcome the public to their studios:

Studio #138 - Ellie Roden, Green Mountain Pressed Flowers framed originals, prints,card sand bookmarks. 32 Ray Hill Road, Wilmington; 802-464-5265; vtpressedflowers.com.

Studio #139 -Eric Sprenger, Fine woodwork. 72 Castle Hill Road, Wilmington; 802-464-8392; ericsprenger.com.

Studio #140 - Jen Violette Designs, sculptural hand blown glass, paintings. 12 New England Power Road, Wilmington; 802-464-5206; jenviolette.com.

Studio #141 - Aysha Peltz, Town Hill Pottery, wheel thrown porcelain. 612 Town Hill Road, Whitingham; 802-368-2807; townhillpottery.com.


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Studio #141 - Todd Wahlstrom, Town Hill Pottery, stoneware pottery. 612 Town Hill Road, Whitingham; 802-368-2807; townhillpottery.com

Studio #142 - K. William LeQuier, carved glass sculpture. Readsboro Glassworks, 6954 Main Street, Readsboro; 802-423-7706; kwilliamlequier.com.

Studio #142 - Mary Angus, hand blown glass perfume bottles, bud vases, ornaments. 6954 Main Street, Readsboro; 802-423-7706; maryangusglass.com

Studio #143 - Joseph Tracy, Stained glass, Brookside Glassworks, 319 Mill Road, Stamford; 802-694-1590; brooksideglassworks.com