Women enjoy art on display as part of the Columbia Basin Cultural Tour going on Saturday through Sunday around Nelson and the greater basin area.

Columbia Basin Culture Tour goes across the region and in Nelson

Explore artists' studios, museums, art galleries and more through the self-guided tour going on this weekend throughout the region.



Explore artists’ studios, museums, art galleries and more through the self-guided tour going on this weekend throughout the region as part of the Columbia Basin Culture Tour.

Meet the artists, shop for fine art and craft, view demonstrations, special exhibitions, interpretive displays or chat with local historians during this two-day event that continues through Sunday.

On Saturday morning, Catherine Medway showed off her abilities with Encaustic painting, also known as wax painting, at Touchstones. She is one of many Nelson participants in the Columbia Basin Culture Tour.

For further information check them out online at www.cbculturetour.com

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