Art Harvest

In 1993, Arts Alliance of Yamhill County, a grassroots organization of visual artists, opened their studios to the public for the first annual Art Harvest Studio Tour. Since then, thousands of visitors have come to this beautiful part of Willamette Valley wine country to meet some of the area’s talented artists — many of regional and national acclaim — to watch demonstrations, and admire and purchase their latest work. 

This year, to honor the tour’s 20th anniversary, many artists will be displaying art featuring the number 20. Guests are encouraged to discover as many commemorative “20” pieces as they can. 

The tour, Oct. 5–7 and 12–14, includes the following artists (by city): 


Marilyn Affolter: fine art photo 

Dorothy Eshleman: watercolor

Toni Tyree: watercolor, oil 

Steve Tyree: hammered bronze


Myrna Anderson: acrylic, watercolor

Kathleen Buck: acrylic, watercolor

Jeanne Cuddeford: oil 

James Morehead: oil, acrylic 

Kathy Thompson: mosaics, tiles, vessels


Phyllice Bradner: painting, etching, block prints, silk painting

James Dowlen: oil, multi media

Blythe Eastman: pit-fired stoneware

Susan Faye: watercolor

Betty Frownfelter: watercolor

Zach Hixson: oil 

Win Martinson: watercolor

Daryl Nelson: watercolor, silverpoint

Terry Peasley: watercolor 

Doug Roy: paper-carving, drawing

Bradley Speer: pottery

Wendy Thompson: colored pencil, mixed media, tile

Elaine Walzl: pottery

Marilyn Worrix: book art


Charles Gluskoter: pottery

Kim Hamblin: cut paper assemblage

David Hanson: copper

Shannon Ray: oil


Susan Day: plein air pastel, oil 

Dwight Evalt: mixed media, sculpture

Linda Hayes: jewelry

Jim Hayes: lapidary, silver jewelry

Liz Santone: felt, oil, watercolor 

Mike Santone: clay masks, sculpture 

Chris Stubbs: watercolor, oil 

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