2017 Stock Island Studio Tours

Sponsored by Gallery on Greene

Spend the afternoon peeking into the work spaces of some of the most fascinating artists working on Stock Island, “the Brooklyn of Key West”!  You’ll visit the studios of woodworkers, welders, potters, jewelry makers, painters, and more.

WHERE TO BUY TICKETS

 

  • Tickets can be purchased in advance or at stops #1 (#5700 4th Avenue) and #7 (5517 5th Avenue) on the day of the tour. If you purchase tickets in advance, you must pick them up from stop #1 or #7 before beginning the tour.

TRANSPORTATION

 

  • If you plan to drive, parking is available at Stop #1.
  • Need transportation to Stock Island? A free trolley will leave The Studios of Key West at 10:45 am (first-come, first-served), and will return to The Studios of Key West from Stop #1 at 1:30pm sharp.
  • A second trolley will return to The Studios from Stop #1 at 3:00pm sharp.

THE ARTISTS

 

STOP 1: 5700 4th Ave

Perry Arnold, Derek Arnold, Craig Berube Gray, Angela Berube Gray, Steve King, Pamela Kostmayer, A.D. Tinkham, Sydney Waring, Rudi Repenning and Roger Heinen

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STOP 2: 6404 Front Street

 

COAST is a creative collective and workspace located in the Safe Harbor neighborhood of Stock Island. Launched in late 2012, the raw and ragged surroundings harken back to a simpler time when artists and fishermen ruled the Southernmost island. The former boatyard is now dotted with open-air studios and workspaces.

Current artists: Billy Kearins, Chris Higgins, Sunflower Faraldo, John Tedesco, Kelly Lyn Raspa, Helen Rebane, Mark Thompson

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STOP 3 & 4: 6810 Front Street (follow dock behind Hogfish)

Collections, Key West – Karen Wray (Look for red doors, then go to 2nd floor)

Key West Woodworks – Jimmy Wray and Chris Roehrig

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STOP 5: 5550 5th Avenue Unit #4

Thomas H. Avery

STOP 6: 5550 5th Avenue Unit #7

RENEGADE CLAY – Simone Lasswell and Pam Bluth

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STOP 7: 5517 5th Avenue

Cindy Wynn, Welder

 

Cindy Wynn welds in her outdoor studio. cr: Johnny White

Jimmy Wray and Chris Roehrig at Key West Woodworks. cr: Johnny White

The Studios of Key West