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Archive for December 2nd, 2006

Art for the Soul

Saturday, December 2nd, 2006

I’ll be at the Art for the Soul sale all day Saturday/today, 10am to 5pm, selling yarn and tiger-dyed (commercially produced/handpainted) socks. If you are local and you see this, and want something fun to do on Saturday, do please join us. (I was just sure I had posted this here on the blog previously but can not find it anywhere… I’m sorry if you miss it due to that oversight… it must have been that I remembered sending the press release.)

peachyflammegarn600.jpgWhere is this? Well, if you go to Google Maps or Mapquest they insist it’s in Haslett, but the Post Office says it’s Williamston. The street address is 6177 Zimmer Road. Find your way to Haslett Road and Zimmer (from Lansing take Haslett east to four-way stop by little white church). Go north on Haslett (left if you’re following me) and go past Gulick Road, it’s on the left hand side. Watch for signs.

Cost:

There is no entry fee. Items for sale span many price ranges starting at greeting cards and working up, there will surely be something you can cross off your gift list if you come.

What:

Glass, fine wood bowls, fiberart, cards, painting, silk scarves, collage, jewelry, ceramics, beads, photographs, hand dyed yarns and garments. Fun & funky, playful, colorful, & affordable handmade gifts. Take a peek at Photos on Flickr that show some glass and wood pieces by two of the artists that will be at the show.

When:

Saturday, December 2, 2006
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Who:

  • Marlene Cameron – Hand-dyed silks and other garments
  • Sharlene Cannon – Photographs of natural beauty
  • Tom Cannon – Wood Bowls
  • Margabeth Cibulka – Fused and slumped recycled glass
  • MaryJane Helder – Soft Sculpture goddess dolls and other fiberart
  • Lynn Hershberger – Hand-dyed wool yarns and Handpainted Garments/Socks
  • Carol Lacca – Multi-talented, multi-media artist
  • Denise Paquette – Art glass beads, incorporated into jewelry
  • Jane Reiter – Collage cards and bookmarks, paper coasters
  • Marian Reiter – Ink & watercolor brushpainting – cards, bookmarks, small framed artwork
  • Maureen Ryan – Pottery and ceramic masks

I hope some of you can make it.