Category: Events

Women’s Art Festival

One of my favorite events of the year is the Women’s Art Festival. What’s not to embrace about being in the company of 130+ creative women, women musicians, and inventive refreshments? Naomi Siegal does a first-rate job of organizing and publicizing the event. Load up your vehicle with pals and stop by! Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014, 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

Seasonal images

Green Gifts Fair

It’s a good thing I was a Scout because I’m preparing for another enriching, exciting event. On Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014, I happily will be among more than 80 creative people at the Green Gifts Fair where green, recycled, fair-trade, and organic gifts will be for sale.

My blank note cards are printed on stock that contains a minimum of 30% post-consumer fibers—Neenah’s Royal Sundance card stock with matching A-2-size envelopes. The paper is acid free, manufactured with 100% renewable green electricity, and is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) Certified.

I look forward to seeing you Saturday!

Neighborhood art event

As I print, pack, and prepare for one of my favorite art/social events, it occurred to me that I haven’t invited you to stop in on Saturday, November 15, 2014, at the Fine-Craft Holiday Pop-Up.

This gathering of ten accomplished local artists is hosted by Bridget Clark, creator of contemporary silver jewelry. The founder of this festive event, and host for seven years, is photographer/interior designer Lisa Lardy. Please top by to see new work and renew old acquaintances. We look forward to seeing you!

Fresh Art Studio Tour Fall 2014

Once again, I’m pleased to pack my note cards, prints, printing supplies, and PJs to participate in the Fresh Art Studio Tour in western Wisconsin. The leaves along the Mississippi River and in the Chippewa River Valley will be at or near their colorful best, and I’ll happily be printing a few of them as the fortunate guest artist at Flaming Fire Art Studio, site 12.

Ceramics artist/painter, Kaye Luetke, and her husband John heartily welcome guests to tour their colorful gardens and studio. Be captivated by the beauty of Kaye’s work, try your hand at a raku firing led by John and Mark, print a leaf, enjoy some treats, & stop by our rented Port-O-Potty before succumbing to the beckoning curves in the hilly roads on your way to the next studio of a nearby artist.

Sandy applies printmaking ink to the underside of a leaf during a recent class.

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