Earth, Wood & Fire 2020 details

Artists Welcome Visitors Safely

Local artists are preparing for the 21st Annual Earth, Wood and Fire Artist tour, October 24 & 25, 2020.  Featuring 16 exceptional artists, at 13 stops that will take you through Cambridge, Deerfield, Lake Mills, Johnson Creek and Jefferson.

Patrons can enjoy pottery, woodworking, paintings, and metalsmithing.

Grab your map and GO!

Drive the countryside to visit artist studios allowing an opportunity to learn about the wonderful art being created in rural South Central Wisconsin.  This is a self-guided driving tour where you can go at your own pace and see art come alive.  Here’s the MAP to help you find your way!

21 Years of Beauty and Fun!

Every October, we love to hit the road and take the Earth Wood & Fire Artists Tour  visiting art studios throughout Jefferson County.  Take a ride down winding country roads, drop in for lunch at one of the friendly restaurants along the way, then continue your afternoon tour.  It’s so fun chatting up the artists hearing the stories behind their work and discovering the inspiration for the artists’ creations.  The abundant beauty is hard to describe.  You have to experience it yourself!

Safety First & Foremost

Sites will be set up to allow for social distancing and contactless payment options.  Masks will be required, and available along with hand sanitizer at all sites.   Please check the website or Facebook page to stay up to date on any studio closures.

President, Cambridge Arts Council at | | Website

Artist, Laurie Struss, is the President of the Cambridge Arts Council and one of the driving forces behind Midwest Fire Fest.

Carol Sapienza is the General Manager at The Victorian of Cambridge offering luxury lodging and events.  Carol is also the Board Secretary of the Jefferson County Tourism Council and the Village of Cambridge Tourism Volunteer.