Artist Elizabeth White opens her studio as part of this year’s Ojai Studio Artists Tour:
The Ojai Studio Artists (OSA) tour, set for Oct 7-9, features a stunning array of art and the opportunity to explore and immerse yourself in the private spaces where it’s made. This year OSA is celebrating its 40th anniversary, making it the longest-running studio art tour in California.
The Ojai Valley Museum hosts an opening reception on Friday Oct. 6 from 5-7 pm, offering visitors a chance to mingle with artists and help plan their journey over the three-day weekend. Work by all participating artists is featured in the Museum’s current show, “Turning Corners.”
Among the artists included this year are Spark Taylor, whose modern impressionist landscapes vividly capture familiar local scenes and Lucinda Yates, wearable art entrepreneur turned fine artist who turned a pandemic Zoom portrait project into a hugely successful series capturing a multitude of distinct people and personalities.
Work by all participating artists is on view until October 9 at the Ojai Valley Museum in the show “Turning Corners,” offering visitors a chance to get a one-stop overview of the work featured on the tour and begin to plan their personal itinerary.
Chamber On The Mountain, a chamber music concert series celebrates the opening of their Eleventh Season by presenting Project:CSQ – California String Quartet – on Sunday, October 15, 2023, at 3:00 pm in Logan House (located at the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts in Upper Ojai). Tickets $35.00 at ChamberOnTheMountain.com. Audience members are invited to meet the artists at a lovely outdoor patio reception following the performance.