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Join us for another in-person tour on October 16 & 17.

For the tour, we will be following CDC guidelines regarding masking and social distancing. We are asking all visitors to wear masks when entering indoor studios. Also remember, because of the size of many of the studios, some artists may limit the number of visitors in their studio or home at one time. We appreciate your patience as you visit our artists.

Please note the following changes to sites from what is listed on the brochure.
Sites #1 Celtic Tribal Jewelry, #5 Kimberly English Art, LLC, and #29 Dr. Neff's Incredible Puppet Co. are closed for the tour.
Leslie Walker will now be at Site #18 Chapter One Farms Creations.


While unable to participate in the fall tour, Ann and George Neff of Dr. Neff's Incredible Puppet Co. created the following videos about their Toy Theaters that they would like to share. 

-Introduction to Toy Theatre
-Welcome to the Globe Theatre
-Great Expectations

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About Arts in Bloom


Salem County Arts in Bloom is a two-day event that takes place during the third weekend in May. Artists from all over Salem County welcome guests to tour studios, galleries, and other scenic locations. Every stop on the tour offers a unique experience in a scenic country setting.



The Salem County Arts in Bloom open studio tour is more than just an art festival. It's an investment by the local artists of Salem County and Southern NJ into the community to help build a strong cultural presence in our area -- will you lend your voice to ours?

Our Work


Interested in seeing some more of the art from the artists involved in Salem County Arts in Bloom?  Click on the icon above to see some of their spectacular work created in the local towns of Alloway, Carneys Point, Elmer, Elsinboro, Lower Alloways Creek, Mannington, Monroeville, Pedricktown, Pennsville, Pilesgrove, Pittsgrove, Salem, Upper Pittsgrove, and Woodstown. 


Get in touch


Drop us a line! We would be happy to put you on our Salem County Arts in Bloom mailing list, and answer any questions you may have about attending the weekend tour.