The annual HWY 62 Open Studio Art Tours is a one-of-a-kind experience for art lovers and art buyers to create a free customized self-guided tour of artist studios across the Morongo Basin communities: Morongo Valley, Yucca Valley, Pioneertown, Rimrock, Flamingo Heights, Landers, Joshua Tree, 29 Palms and Wonder Valley. Over three weekends in October visitors can experience the workplaces, lifestyles, and desert settings of artists who’ve been drawn to the area and made homes here over the last 50 years. The HWY 62 Open Studio Art Tours allows visitors to enjoy the beauty of the high desert, immerse themselves in its creative community and the opportunity to acquire art directly from local artists and makers. With the influx of many new artists to the high desert, this year promises a wide diversity of mediums, styles and prices. The event is free and open to everyone.

Participating artists: Abyssurdian Productions, Agua Azul Pottery, Alan Powell Studios, Alane Levinsohn, Alex Maceda, Andrew Eiden, Anna Stump, Anne Lear Studio, Anya SF, Art by Hawk, Art Mortimer, Artfool, Ayin Es, Barbara Drucker, Bax Cabin Studio, Bax Cabin Studio, Ben Allanoff, Bill Leigh Brewer, bkbceramics, Bo Spencer, Bonnie Brady, Bonnie Lockwood, Brad Byrd - Moon Rock Ranch, Carey Ann Hays, Catherine Abston Wicked Designs, Cecilia Romero aka Cecilia Paints, Cher Townsend, Clair Case, Clark Hunter- Arcane Laboratories and Devices, Colleena Hake, Craig Barnes Fine Art, Cybele Rowe, Czech, Damien Gossett, Dan Bartlett, Daniel Hogan, David Falossi, David Isakson, David Jesse McChesney, Deane Locke, Deedee Forrester, Delos Van Earl, Denny Bales, Dianne Bennett, Douglas Blanc, Duane Byrd, Duotone, Dustin Otterbach, Dvora Silberman, Earthloving Art, Earthly Elements by Joey Bebar, Ed Keesling Clayworks, Eddie Tucker (E.T.), Edwin Thomas Smith, Emilia Louisa Frasher, Eric Banas La Bonetto Studio, Eric Saks, Estée Ochoa, Esther Shaw Studio, Eva Montville, Everything Abe Studios, Fine Art Cookies by Lisa Provenza-Bebar, Francisco Letelier, Frederick Fulmer, Georgia Ryan, Gillyan Thorburn, Gubby Beck, Hannah Grace Artworks, Hans Haveron, Holly Rae Designs, Ilan Leas, Images by DeAnna, Jaime Zwicker, James Rieck, Jane Gaunt, Jason Graves, Jaya Tengco, Jen Shakti, Jenifer Palmer-Lacy, Jennifer Ruggiero, Jessica Rzeszewski, Jessie Keylon, Jillian Sandell, John Genesta, John Greenfield, John Henson Nail Art, Jonny Day Designs, Judith-Schorr Wold, Judy Lichtman, Julianne Koza, Julie Alvarado, K E Kane Art Studio, Kacy Dalton, Kalachuchi22 by Jenn Youngs, Karin Skiba, Kat Johnson, Kelly Witmer, Kevin Elliot Conn, Kikr Nash, Kim Farbota, Lili T. California, Lili Todd, Linda Romatko, Lisa Hwang, OMe Haus Studio, Loisa Bartlett, Louise Anne -LA- Marler, Lulu Stewart, Mansi Shah, Marcia Geiger, Margeaux Walter, Mark Heuston, Mark Walsh, Mary Jane Weil, Marybeth Fama, Melisa Rimada, Melissa Lakey, Michael Kieley, Mike McLain, Myra Kennedy, Nicholas David Brown, Nichole Vikdal, Nicola Vruwink, no town Dana Longuevan, PAU, Paul Donaldson, Peri Makes Lamps, Philip Miller, Philippe Jestin, PROCESS_PRACTICE, Punk Rock Hippie, Rachel Rickert, RD Granados, Rebecca Rizzo - Energy with Shay Rizzo, RECAPITATE HEADWEAR, Richelle Rich, Robert Arnett Desert Studio, Robert Rootenberg, Roger Newman, Rose Cefalu, Sandi Burnett, Sarah Kei, Sharon Davis EARTH HOUSE STUDIOS, Sheliah Bailey Artomotive Studio, Shiela Sasek, SHRINE - Highway Sanctuary, Simi Dabah Sculpture Foundation, Snake Jagger Studio, Stacy Byrd, Stamping Mill Art Studio, STEFFI SUTTON / ZENBUNNYLAND, Steven Wybenga, Stray Ceramics, Sue's Illumination Creations, Susan Holloway Designs, Susan Hunter Eiden, Susan Kearns, Suzen Smallwood, Swirly Haze Studio, Tami Roleff Photography, Tammy Romatko, Ted Meyer, Teresa Watson Artist, Thomas Alban Mazamar Art Pottery, Tina Bluefield, Tobias Tovera, Traveling Painter, Dominique Bass-Terpstra, Valerie Davis, Vera Topinka, Victoria Rothlisberg, Victoria Sebanz, Walker Mettling, Wild Hope Handmade | Melissa Grisi, Wini Brewer | Stone Cottage Studio, Wooden Relief Maps, and Zach JF Boyles

The Collective Show

The Collective Show
On view:
October 7-October 28, 2023
Part of the Art Cruise 29 with extended hours:Oct 7, 5pm-7pm
29 Palms Art Gallery: 74055 Cottonwood Dr, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
Gallery hours: Fridays 11am - 3pm, Saturdays and Sundays 10am - 5pm

The MBCAC is so excited that the HWY 62 Open Studio Arts Tours are back this year! Join us at 29 Palms Art Gallery to preview a wide variety of artwork from 71 artists participating in the HWY 62 Open Studio Art Tours and it is an excellent way for visitors to preview the art that can be found on the tours. Don't forget to pick up a catalog at The Collective Show so you can plan your tour stops.

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Download this year's catalog

View this year's map

This year's map includes two amendments. We've added two Sponsor locations: Copper Mountain College in the Joshua Tree section and Compound YV in Yucca Valley. Please don't forget to visit all of our wonderful sponsors this year while traversing the desert.

You can view the Google Map HERE or download the PDF HERE

Where to pick up a copy of the catalog and map

Press Kit

Visit https://bit.ly/48wUi01 to view our Press Kit that includes our press release, images of participating artists at work and general promotional materials.


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About the Studio Art Tours

The HWY 62 Open Studio Art Tours is an annual multi-disciplinary desert-wide open studio art tour. In 2022 192 artists shared their work at 134 studios throughout the high desert gateway communities of the Joshua Tree National Park.

The HWY 62 Open Studio Art Tours is one of the most significant annual events in the high desert, and 2023 is our 22nd year. This is the largest long-running art studio event in the West Coast.

The concept of open studio art tours in itself is a fairly common thing: in our desert environment with questionable GPS, hand painted or missing road signs, and vast vistas to the edge of the earth the open studio art tour becomes an extraordinary thing. The artists here have chosen a world like no other, in which to create and share their work.

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