I’m participating in the sherman mills winter festival. I’ll have my studio open and will be selling drawings at studio prices. I’ll also have cards, note pads, calendars, and other little gifts for sale.
I hope you can make it.
Sherman Mills : Winter Festival
Featuring the works of over 20 of our own artists.
Saturday, December 2nd 2006
noon til 6pm
Sherman Mills Arts Council [smARTS] invites you to spend the day at Sherman Mills for our Winter Festival, the first Saturday of December. Bring your friends and family. Select unique gifts – small, medium, and large – directly from the artists and artisans studios.
Work for sale will include blown, fused, and stained glass; handbuilt ceramic vessels; handwoven scarves, shawls, and blankets; distinctive jewelry and metal work; paintings, drawings, notebooks and cards. Both Crafts for Living and Schuylkill Gallery will be open to visitors.
Bring the whole family and enjoy hot chocolate and cider. Join in arts and crafts for the kids from 2 – 4pm. Chat with the artists and artisans that are your neighbors. Watch glassblowing demonstrations. Enjoy the season.
Northern Home for Children
While you have giving on your mind give to those less fortunate than you. smARTS is pleased to support the more than 1000 children and their families that Northern Home for Children serves. These families are in critical need of warm hats, mittens, scaves and coats in all sizes. Bring any of these items to the festival and drop them off at the Northern Home table. Please only items that are new or in good condition, something you or a member of your family has outgrown. If you don’t have clothing you can make a contribution at the Northern Home for Children table.
Sherman Mills Arts Council is dedicated to creating a self-sustaining community of artists and artisans that are supported in an environment that allows for the creation, exhibition, and sale of their artwork — building Sherman Mills’ reputation as a unique arts destination.
Sherman Mills is a vibrant and diverse community of artists, residents, and businesses. The arts community continues to grow with new art studios being constructed. The community features two galleries: Crafts for Living and Schuylkill Gallery.
For details, directions, and additional information visit www.shermanmillsARTS.org