Neighborhood Artists’ Studio Tours

Mural by Dawn Cleaves of Artisan Finishes in Dallas, TX
Mural by Dawn Cleaves of Artisan Finishes in Dallas, TX
Dawn holds her stenciled painted dress
Dawn holds her stenciled painted dress
Wincorn woodwork studio view
A view of Richard’s woodworking studio
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Artisan Richard Wincorn
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ladder, windows and doors in Wincorn studio
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painted fabric, mural, and red pepper in Artisan Finishes studio
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Linda and I both enjoyed visiting with Gardiner as the kids played during the tour
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Mrs. Goodwin reacts to the good vibes from Wincorn’s work and the light
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We get autographed copies of Scouting The Best of Local Dallas, Texas
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Foyer in Wincorn Studio
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Yummy supplies at Artisan Finishes
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Corner in Dawn’s studio
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Studio view in Wincorn’s workshop
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A sample of Wincorn’s pieces
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His woodworking shop/studio boasts a lovely porch cover by Richard Wincorn
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A freezing Dallas winter view from my front porch

Last weekend my artist buddy Linda Garten Goodwin and I went on our neighborhood’s Cayuga Plaza Open Studio tour.  It sits just east of White Rock Lake, on the other side of the railroad track from my house.  We love our train.  When it rains, and the conductor blows that train whistle, there is no better sound.

Visit the websites of these talented artists, and visit their custom work studios.  Call Dawn for an appointment to see her Artisan Finishes studio at 214-500-2063.  And check out Richard Wincorn’s beautiful spread in Scouting The Best of Local Dallas Vol. 3 City Guide. 

http://artisanfinishes.net/

http://www.richardwincornstudio.com

Artists, design & decor junkies; spiritual, global awareness seekers: apply within!

I have a plan.  I want to gather it all to me.  Goal setting has come late to me in my life, but it’s coming together, and I needed to get on social media to really begin to understand the powerful potential of our internet.  How we can, collectively, harness its power to reach out to one another, find some common ground, share our talents and dreams and find freedom of self-expression!

So I will be talking about, and linking to, other artists, lifestyle and photo blogs I’ve discovered,  my journey-in-progress and  my art; public figures I admire, writers and bloggers and ….you know how we are….

Shout out! to Loretta of The Art Motel of the Finger Lakes,  Jennifer of JMayerDesign, Beth of caprichostudio1.com, and Linda of LoveGarten.com.  Just as soon as I know what I’m doing, I’ll give y’all a link!