Photos from the 2016 tour

Photos of the artists and galleries that participated in the 2016 Open Studios Tour.

Open Studios Tour 2016

A word of thanks to our sponsors

We would like to thank all of our sponsors for 2016 without whom the open studios tour would not have been possible.

  • Hillsboro Arts and Culture Council
  • The Cultural Coalition of Washington County
  • Beaverton Arts and Culture Council
  • Lithtex Printing
  • Gamblin Colors
  • Highway Fuel
  • Primrose and Tumbleweeds
  • Go Realtor Group
  • Lorraine Pascuzzi
  • Valerie Sjodin
  • Steve Callaway

Sneak Preview at Beaverton City Hall

If you are going to be out of town during the weekend of the tour, need help deciding which studios to visit or can’t wait till October 15th we have a sneak preview exhibit running now until late October.

Work from artists participating in the 2016 open studios is now on display at Beaverton City Hall. 12725 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton, OR 97005. This is open to the public from 8am-5pm Monday-Friday and the artwork will be on display until October 28th. Although the picture below might suggest otherwise the artwork is inside the building on the ground floor.d7k_2510-edit2

Today’s Featured Sponsor – Beaverton Arts Commission


Beaverton Arts Program

The significance of art within the community was realized by a grassroots effort of local citizens, resulting in the establishment of the Beaverton Arts Commission by city ordinance in March of 1983. In order to sustain high quality art within the community, the Arts Program provides culturally enriching activities, programs and services throughout the year. For more information about public art programs, visit

Beaverton Arts Commission

The mission of the Beaverton Arts Commission (BAC) is to enhance, unite, and celebrate our diverse community through art. The BAC does this by advocating for the arts; supporting city arts events and programs; spreading the mission of the BAC at outside events and gatherings; advising staff and City Council on arts-related issues; and, volunteering their time to serve on the BAC board and other project sub-committees.