The Back Roads
of Brown County
Artists & Craftsmen Tour
Experience the excitement of a Brown County fall when the rolling hills are ablaze with colors. See breathtaking vistas and the places of rich beauty that inspired many artists and craftsmen to make Brown County their home.
During October you are invited to take a self-guided tour and visit the studios of selected potters, painters, weavers, and a stained glass artistthe people that make Brown County “The Art Colony of the Midwest” TM.
Brochures with a self-guided map are available at the Brown County Visitors Center, the Brown County Chamber of Commerce, and many hotels and businesses in Nashville. For additional information, call the Brown County Convention and Visitors Bureau at 812-988-7303 or 800-753-3255 or visit our website at <www.browncountystudiotour.com>.
Homestead Weaving Studio Handwoven originals: rugs, shawls scarves, placemats, runners, mug rugs, clothing, household items. Commissions accepted.
MARY JO LIMP
Mary Jo Limp Studio-Gallery Original paintings in oil and watercolors, pen & ink and pastel.
A.W. (Amanda Wallace) MATHIS
A.W. Mathis Primitive Paintings Paint, imagination and a bit of whimsy explode on canvas, resulting in delightful, primitive scenes both past and present.
Faerie Hollow Pottery Studio Functional, traditional and decorative porcelain pottery, wheel thrown and hand-built with original hand-painted floral designs and garden sculpture.
Schatz Studio & Gallery Woodfired stoneware and porcelain pottery created with a unique surface of natural ash glaze and flashing from direct flame contact.
Spears Gallery Nestled in a quiet rural valley, potter Larry Spears creates functional and decorative reduction-fired porcelain and stoneware pottery.
DOUGLAS A. TEEPLES
Your source for reasonably priced realistic “Portraits in Oil” for individuals, familes, children, Civil War Enactors, Native American and Institutions.
Graber Gallery Early American inspired “miniature” pottery, wheelthrown and hand-painted.
Huddleston Pottery Design Studio Expressive hand-thrown energy in balance with classic forms and glazes inspire visual and tactile senses.
ANNE RYAN MILLER
Ryan Miller Glass Studio Using an unusual metal overlay technique on stained glass, Anne Ryan Miller creates highly detailed landscape, wildlife and floral scenes.
T.C. STEELE STATE HISTORIC SITE
T.C. Steele (1847-1926), first resident artist in Brown County. His oil paintings are on display (but not for sale) in both his restored home and studio. Mrs. Steele’s restored perennial gardens inspire painters today.