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The deadline for submission of applications for Three Rivers’ artists to participate in the next Studio Tour is October 17, 2013. Any creative person, working in any medium with a designated workspace or studio, who is a resident of Three Rivers, California, is eligible to participate in the Three Rivers Biennial Artists’ Studio Tour.

Download artist’s application.


Meet the twenty-two artists who are opening their art studios on STUDIO TOUR TEN

Each of the images link to the individual artist page on the STUDIO TOUR TEN website…

Special earlybird $15 ticket price until March 4……..Buy Tickets Here


Carole Clum Rick Badgley Karen Kimball 



Anne Birkholz Deborah Dal Zuffo



Nancy Jonnum James Entz  Elsah Cort



Mona Selph George Smith Clayton Porter 



Anne Haxton   Jeffrey Jay   Martha Widmann




Jana Botkin   Shirley Keller   Marn Reich



Nadi Spencer   Christine Sell-Porter   Wendy McKeller


Nikki Crain, our featured artist



Jana Botkin: micro to macro

Standing on the platform of a flat bed truck, Jana is painting a mural in Exeter, California.
Her chronicle of the process is now on Day 38….  cabinart.net/wordpress
The mountains of Mineral King, in Sequoia National Park, have been her painters’ heart connection for a long while.

See Jana’s portfolio at cabinart.net
She is a Three Rivers Artists’ Studio Tour Artist

Day One is February 5, 2009…Painter’s sky at sky’s edge


Day 38 is April 8, 2009…blue on blue
“As I paint in silence (relatively speaking) and solitude each day, ideas come …”

Adrian Gregori Green shares his life’s work…


Adrian’s Biography from his website where he says, “See my work, my best biography at www.Earthom-Arts.org

Born in rural California in 1925, I spent much of my early youth in the high mountains of the Sierra Nevadas.  This has been a continuing experience all of my life.  My summers are spent in a camp nestled amongst the high granite peaks.

My higher education consisted of a major in art at the University of California at Berkeley where I earned my B.A.  While there I was a student of Henry Schaefer-Simmern, who was a pioneer in art education.  I took post graduate work at his Institute of Art Education where I participated in his method of unfolding inherent image making capacities in children and ordinary laymen or non-artists. I assisted Schaefer-Simmern in some of his classes and monitored all of his classes.

In 1948 I visited Mexico.  I returned there in 1949 for several months studying at the Art Institute at San Miguel de Allende.  Pre-Columbian art had a profound effect upon me.  I went to Mexico as an aspiring painter and left there as a fledgling sculptor.  Since then I have continued working almost entirely in stone for over 50 years.

In recent years I have continued my sculptural endeavors at my home and workshop close beside the Kaweah River in Three Rivers, California.  My summer high mountain workshop is 25 miles away at an elevation of nearly 8000 feet.