The Wesserunsett Arts Council is hosting its seventh annual Open Studio Tour on Saturday in galleries, barns, storefronts – even a mural high atop the back of a building in downtown Skowhegan.

The tour, which is free, runs 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at more than 20 locations in Mercer, Canaan, Skowhegan, Anson, Solon and Wellington.

Participiants are invited to meet and visit with local artists and experience the connection each artist has with his or her rural Maine setting. Visitors will see where artists live and work.

Saturday’s art travelers can enjoy the fall foliage while exploring art that includes oil paintings, watercolors, pastels, landscapes, abstract images, still life, furniture, photography, felting, pottery and sculpture. Work will be for sale and refreshments offered at all studios.

The South Solon Meeting House also will be available for tours Saturday. Built in 1842, the meeting house has its original podium, pews, choir loft, windows and steeple, and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

A map of the tour and a list of locations is on the arts council website.