Last day for the Local Arts Fair on Sunday (11-2pm)

After setting your clock back, don’t forget to stop by at the Local Arts Fair tomorrow (Vendor list HERE). You gain a whole hour to your day, just the perfect amount of time to stop by, browse, shop, see demonstrations, listen to music and/or enjoy some Korean BBQ/delicious food. You’ll also have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for our drawing of items donated generously by vendors and local businesses!

Here’s a sample of what went on today, and remember there’s much more not in these photos!:

Angela Biggs teaches a harp workshop during NH Opendoors

Angela Biggs teaches a harp workshop during NH Opendoors

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Just a few of the vendors with us for the Local Arts Fair, including artists themselves as well as works on display by local artists.

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Delicious homemade jams, vibrant knit/crochet/felted items, and fragrant handmade soaps by Galloping Jester

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Wire sculpted trees by local artist Randy Adams

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Notecards made from original watercolor paintings by Geoffrey Shepherd

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Items appearing at next week’s art auction at the Claremont Chamber’s Auction Gala, crocheted rag rugs , photography by Carmen Bywater, and live music by Bill Brink.

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The making of a ring by David of Khaos Designs

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Jewelry by David of Khaos Designs

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New work by Claremont sculptor Ernest Montenegro – creating outside the box!

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Items by local artisans, including woven potholders by Pfister Rugs, wool braided rugs by Helen Lovell, and some stylish and ingenious aprons created with mobility impaired individuals in mind.

 

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