“Ginger” pastel by Lesley Heathcote.

The Vermont Craft Council’s Spring Open Studio Weekend, set Saturday and Sunday, will include 13 artists in 12 studios and one gallery in southeastern Windham County. Of those artists, eight are members of Brattleboro-West Arts.

On this self-guided tour, participating studios will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, with many sites offering demonstrations as well as the opportunity to purchase art and talk to the professional artists who made it.

During May, visitors to the Vermont Welcome Center on Interstate 91 northbound in Guilford, Vt., can preview samples of works from some of the studios on the tour.

Here is the lineup of tour stops in the Brattleboro area:

Applewoods Woodworking Studio and Gallery, David and Michelle Holzapfel: 2802 Route 9, Marlboro, Vt. (holzapfelwoodworking.com)

Matthew Tell Pottery: Potters Hill Road, Marlboro, Vt. (matthewtellpottery.com)

Chris Lann Designs silver jewelry: 1420 Sunset Lake Road, Brattleboro. (chrislanndesigns.com)

Greg Moschetti, landscapes in oil paint: 623 Kelly Road, Dummerston, Vt. (gregmoschettipainter.com)

Orchard Street Pottery, Walter Slowinski: 658 Orchard St., Brattleboro. (walterslowinskipottery.weebly.com)

Lesley Heathcote, pastels of animals and nature: 32 Larkin St., Brattleboro. (lesleyheathcote.com)

Zak Grace Glass, handblown and formed glassware and art: 446 Williams St., Brattleboro. (zakgr aceglass.com)

Jason Breen Fine and Custom Woodworking: 1197 Bonnyvale Road, Brattleboro. (jasonebreen.com)

Vermont Artisan Designs gallery (tour information center): 106 Main St., Brattleboro. (buyvermontart.com)

Colorquilts, dyed fabric, quilts and wooden jigsaw puzzles by Carlene Raper: 62 Spruce St., Brattleboro. (colorquilts.com)

For profiles of participating artists, as well as links to interactive maps and other resources, visit www.brattleboro-west-arts.com/osw. For a complete list and maps of tour stops statewide, visit www.vermontcrafts.com.