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Free ARTsee Open Studio Tour Showcasing Local Artists Continues Sunday

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A stop on Lewis Street in Basking Ridge during the 5th annual ARTsee tour, a free self-guided tour of art studios in Basking Ridge and Bernardsville. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
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BERNARDS TWP., NJ - The work of 20 local artists will be on display in a free self-guided tour of art studios in Basking Ridge and Bernardsville throughout Sunday afternoon, on the second day of the 5th annual ARTsee event.

Most all work on display is for sale.  Visitors can talk to the artists about their works-in-progress as well as finished pieces.  The artwork ranges from fine arts paintings, to photography, ceramics, wearable jewelry and more.

Here is more information on the tour, as well as an online map and profiles of the artists in this year's tour. The tour started on Saturday, and will continue from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday.  

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Some of the artists will be showing solo. Eight are on display at the Bernards Township Farmstead Arts center, 450 King George Road in Basking Ridge.

Balloons and signs near the street indicate tour stops. The indoor tour is being held rain or shine.

ARTsee was launched in 2011 by two local artists, Caren Frost Olmsted of Basking Ridge, and Gail Mardfin of Bernardsville.

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