LAC Member
Lauren Capehart / 57 Chapters

Print media graphic design services for all businesses, and unique yarns and fiber for all varieties of fiber artists.



LAC Premier Member
Catoctin Holiday Art Tour (CHAT)

The sixth annual Catoctin Holiday Art Tour will be held on November 12th & 13th, 2016

A fun local art tour held annually two weekends before Thanksgiving at artists' studios in and around Lovettsville, Virginia. The 2015 tour included 21 local artists at eight studios, offering ceramics, jewelry, fiber art, wall art, metalwork, and more. This year's tour is set for the weekend of November 12 & 13, 2016.



LAC Member
Sarah Entsminger / Studio at Rippling Waters

Sarah is an artist, teacher, and curator of fiber and textile art.



LAC Member
Marilyn Harrington / Weaving Ivory

Weaver and fiber artist Marilyn Harrington creates distinctive handwoven clothing and accessories for the discriminating consumer.



LAC Premier Member Gateway Gallery Member CHAT Artist
Mary Kenesson

Asian Flower Pendant by Mary Kenesson

Mary Kenesson's “ma su ke” fiberart accessories and jewelry are inspired by Asian art, traditional textiles and the patterns of nature.



Kara Laughlin

Kara Laughlin is children's book author, a fiber artist, and a DIY craft maven.



LAC Member CHAT Artist
Susan Trask / Earth Wind and Fleece

Bright Scarf

Susan Trask is a fiber artist and owner of Earth Wind and Fleece. She hand-dyes her alpaca fiber and yarn, along with other fiber and fabric, creating "wearable art" with a focus on felted scarves. Susan is a resident artist at Arts in the Village Gallery in Leesburg, and a Board Member of the Loudoun Arts Council. She is available for felting workshops and demonstrations.



LAC Premier Member
Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour (WLAST)

The twelfth annual Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour will be held on June 3rd & 4th, 2017

Each June the Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour offers a weekend of art, shopping, and relaxation. Visit the studios of over 60 talented artists as you wind through the scenic countryside and historic villages of western Loudoun County. Enjoy paintings, pottery, jewelry, photography, fiber, sculpture, and more. And the best part: it’s all FREE!