Over 55 artists at four sites along the I-94 corridor will sell their handcrafted artwork during the annual Creative Drive public art tour this weekend.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1.
Local and regional artists will attend and show work representing a variety of mediums including paintings, prints, fabric, weaving, knitting, photography, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, music, wood and handmade candy.
Organizers say each of the four sites is unique. The tour includes two artists' studios, a village yarn shop and a bison ranch.
The sites are within 15 minutes of one another along I-94 from the Roberts exit to the Baldwin exit in St. Croix County. They are Onkka Pottery, Baldwin; Color Crossing, Roberts; Silver Bison Ranch, Baldwin; and Trout Lily Studio, Spring Valley.
This year there will be 14 more artists than last year for a total of 59, and all the sites have been expanded to showcase more artists. A food vendor will be at two sites.
For more information, call 715-684-2407 or visit this website: www.thecreativedrive.com