March 03, 2014

Artist Residency at Cycling Salamander

Alison Osband-Zager and Jerry Ward
perform at Cycling Salamander'

Cycling Salamander is offering several (one or two week) residencies for fine artists, craftsmen/women and musicians during the 2014 Season.  Artists are required to be on site from 11-4 daily to share their work with the public. The participants will conclude their stay by teaching a class (visual artists) or performing a concert (musicians) Artists are provided with housing and a continental breakfast daily. Use of kitchen facilities are available. Come experience beautiful northern Michigan. The gallery is conveniently located half way between Traverse City and Harbor Springs. Those interested should send their CV, three professional references and samples of their work via email at cyclingsal@gmail.com


The gallery is located on 6 acres which includes a pond, meditation house,
woods and gardens.  Guests are invited to stroll our 1/4 mile path during
their visit.  The atmosphere provides the resident artist with plenty
of material and inspiration to draw upon.


Watercolorist, Betty Bea Washburn,
helps a student during a workshop.



Artists appreciate the tranquil setting provided by Cycling Salamander. 

Artists are required to demonstrate their craft and greet gallery customers for four hours a day. This leaves plenty of time for artists to practice their craft without interruption at the gallery or visit the many local attractions.  
We'll share with you our favorite beaches, hiking trails, and local specialties.


 Artist-in-residence, Karen Godfrey begins a new piece in
the studio overlooking the gardens.
Natalia Andreeva answers questions
during "The Portrait in Oil."
Natalia Andreeva enjoying her
free time at the gallery