F-M area hosts Studio CrawlFargo, ND (WDAY TV) - If you're into drawing, painting or just looking at all sorts of art, this story is for you.
By: Andrea Hubbell, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - If you're into drawing, painting or just looking at all sorts of art, this story is for you.
The F-M area is celebrating a decade of creativity, featured by many different artists.
There's no better day, like a gloomy one to take a trip, in pursuit of a little color.
First studio stop is Riverzen.
Brittney Goodman is a student here.
Goodman: "I’ve gone to five other places already. I have always loved art. The view from inside of a rusted out car."
Kim Jore is her teacher.
Jore: "I’m a really bright colorist."
And also a long-time artist. She's best known for her pub scenes.
Jore: "kind of a cityscape kind of feel."
Jore's studio stop number 23 out of many, many more.
Jore: "It's great to see how you work and the space that you work."
Next studio on our list is a big one, the Plains Art Museum, one you might know.
It's the lights, sounds and statues which usually draw big crowds here. But today's a little different.
With over 40 locations, artists from all over the valley can show off their work - and from any studio, including their home.
It's because of shops like this that art fans like her are spread out all across town.
Alycia Bergeson, Studio Crawler: "It's really awesome. I mean these are beautiful pieces - unexpected, I don't know if his neighbors realize that he's just making all these really fabulous things. I think it's really great, I think it's awesome that these artists open up their homes and their studios for everyone to see behind the scenes."
And to think, there are dozens more just like this. But don’t worry, you can check them out tomorrow, too.
The crawl continues tomorrow. It runs from noon until 6p.m. free of charge.