Our Seventh Annual Artisan Celebration and Fair will include talented artisans from the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts. We hope you can plan to join us to celebrate the day.
Great arts, crafts, and equally enjoyable live music await you!
Saturday, December 14th, 2019
9 am to 3 pm
The Fair will showcase the work of approximately thirty juried and invited artists from the states of Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. A wide variety of high-quality crafts, representing some of the region’s best artisans will be for sale throughout the day.
Wood-fired and other stoneware ceramics will be offered, along with handcrafted copper weathervanes, wall sculpture and lighting, enamel, gold and silver jewelry, splint woven baskets, hand rolled silk painted scarves, traditional Native American Flutes, harness and leatherwork, blown glass, wood relief carving, fine furniture, water colors, and one of a kind, limited edition, serigraph prints and engravings.
2019 exhibiting artists and craftsmen include:
Artist Susan Barnes, Rooted in Clay Pottery, Willow Road Watercolors, Terri Davis Fine
Jewelry, Earth Metalworks, Deirdre Donchain Jewelry, David Ernster Ceramics,
Geoffrey Evans Woodland Flutes, Don Felix Coppersmith, Doug
Frati Woodcarving, Guilday Glass, Daphne McDonald Jewelryworks, Bruce Iverson
Asian Brush Painting, Kalish Glass Design, Jeff Lind Fine Woodworking, George Merrill
Wall Mount Steamships, Mills and Zoldak: Potters, Barbara Smith McLaughlin Fine
Jewelry, William Mitchell Serigraph Prints, Diane Louise Paul Handcrafted Leather and
Repair, Kathryn Polletto Kennebunk Basketry, Clair Renaud Art and Leatherwork,
Maggie’s Farm Spoons, and Ann Eldridge Printmaker.
Music will be provided by The Salt River Band, and food and refreshments by The 45 Market Street Bakery and Café.
The Seventh Annual Artisan Celebration and Fair is open free to the public.