Off The Beaten Path

Although Off The Beaten Path currently spans 3 counties with 14 stops, the heart of the tour lies in DeKalb County, TN. This year's tour included over 30 participating artists in clay, glass, paper, wood, fiber, and metals. Off The Beaten Path artist open their homes and studios to the public for 3 days during the last weekend in October. The seven stops I visited will provide a sense of the artist, their work, and the beauty one experiences while traveling to the different stops.

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Off The Beaten Path


Susan DeMay at her studio Susan explains her process to guest Denise demonstrating on the wheel Donna Rizzo presents her "Swinging Children"
More of Donna Rizzo's "Swinging Children" Shelves filled with unique creations Gail Looper displays her hand-dyed fabrics Creating the fabric design
"Combing" is another technique used in her work Louis Colombarina offering "The Lake" at Stella Luna Art Gallery "Louie" measuring a piece created by his wife Christine Colombarina Running into friends or meeting new ones is just part of it - there's Kathe in the background
Kathe Reed Nelson offers her hand made jewelry incorporating semi-precious stones Bryan Nelson incorporates wire weaving into his unique work Bryce Brisco offers his finely detailed pottery at studio tour stop 14 Meet Bryce Brisco
Woodcarving Studio's David Sharp working with his current sculpture Another wood sculpture created by David Sharp Bobby Edwards of White Oak Baskets creates a small wicker basket Hand crafted - White Oak Baskets
Meet Tim Hintz of Fresh Chairs - unique, hand crafted ladderback chairs, stools and rockers Jeanne Brady visits with guest in her home Jeanne offers her colorful hand painted scarves Ed Wooten creates hand made Shaker Boxes based on the original techniques
More of Ed Wooten's Shaker Boxes Stained glass by Ed Wooten Pulp Art by Chery Cratty Damon McNaught of Bare Glass Studios creates with glass
Bare Glass Studio stop 8, offers glass, pottery, and fibers Breanna Rockstead-Kincaid works specializes in fantastic felt creations