Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County highlights Countryside Artisans Fall Gallery and Studio Tour: go to Countryside Creativity!

Poolesville and the surrounding Agricultural Reserve have been the inspiration for Claire Howard, whose studio is a converted chicken coop.

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NIH Clinical Center recognizes National Volunteer Week - a tribute to the volunteers, including our own Susan Pearcy!


Q&A with Susan Due Pearcy - Wide range of work exhibited in "Full Spectrum" at Blanche Ames Gallery. Susan talks about her work, her family, her studio, and her volunteer work at NIH.

Frederick News-Post, May 30, 2013


Click here to see the Gazette article about a Countryside Artisan's' past spring tour!


Read a great article about
Art of Fire, one of our studios!

"Martha"

Just what do people think of stone sculptor David Therriault and his studio, greenhouses, shop, and sculpture garden at Alden Farms?

This filmmaker finds him #inspirational. Click here.


This landscape designer “saw at least a dozen {pieces} I could envision incorporating into a garden.”  Click here.


This journalist has discovered the “Garden of Alden.” Click here.


In this edition of Marilandica we would like you to get to know Tina Thieme Brown and her Morningstar Studio in Barnesville, in the shadow of Sugarloaf Mountain. In addition to having the mountain for her neighbor, she is surrounded by the Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve, in which she is an active board member of two civic organizations. To download pdf, please click here.

In the News Again!

This picture of Susan Due Pearcy, one of the artists in the Countryside Artisans Studio Tour, was featured in the Washington Post Local Living section on Thursday, November 29, 2012, to remind all to come to their Holiday Tour.

Montgomery County Insight magazine features David Therriault of Alden Farms. Click here to read.
Countryside Artisans is featured in: Home & Design - The Magazine of Luxury Homes and Fine Interiors. Spring 2006
Click here to see the April 11, 2004 article about our tour, published in The Washington Post in their Sunday Source Roadtrip column.

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