Carr’s Landing art tour over two weekends

This 10-year-old cultural tradition in Lake Country and is scheduled for two weekends, July 26-27 and Aug. 2-3.

  • Jul. 15, 2014 12:00 p.m.

A long-running art tour will again take place in Lake Country this summer as several Carr’s Landing artists will open their studios to the public.

The Carr’s Landing Art Tour is a 10-year-old cultural tradition in Lake Country and it’s scheduled for two weekends again this year.

On July 26 and 27 and Aug, 2 and 3, eight Carr’s Landing artists invite the public to come and celebrate 10 years of the art tour.

To celebrate this anniversary there will be a passport that can be picked up at any studio on the tour and when completed will be entered into a draw for some great prizes. Local wineries will also be open and ready to welcome visitors as well.

Among the different art work that will be on display is watercolour, oil and acrylic paintings, stone and metal sculptures, large panoramic photographs, holistic jewellery designs by Dale, humorous illusions, prints and art cards.

The Carr’s Landing Art Tour will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 26 and 27 and August 2 and 3.

Follow the signs along Carr’s Landing Road or find maps and information:


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