Artist opens studio

Nanaimo artist Tanya Streeter-Wilson invited five friends to participate in the annual winter open house at her Artzi Stuff Textile Arts Studio.

Astrid Feschuk, a website designer, will show photographs taken on her recent trip to Berlin.

Megan Johnston returns for her second open house with silver jewelry and leather bags.

Katherine Moore, a feng shui designer and stained glass artist, will showcase stained glass fairies and two-dimensional pieces.

Jane Garcia will have hand-printed tote bags, lavender-filled eye bags and textile arts for the wall.

Streeter-Wilson, who is also an art teacher, will have hand made paper cards, hand-dyed and printed silk scarves and earrings.

The studio, located at 270 Stewart Ave., is open Saturday and Sunday (Dec. 1-2), noon to 5 p.m. Please call 716-3500.

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