Hand-dyed silk textiles - scarves, throw pillows, nuno felted scarves - silk and merino wool
Carol Corliss - Pastel Paintings - Landscapes and Pet Portraits
Carol says, "I love to paint, because I paint what I love."
The subjects she paints are places and things that are close to her heart. She wants people viewing her work to feel that they can step into her landscape paintings or run their fingers through the fur in one of her pet portraits.
"Let the beauty of what you love be what you do." ::: Rumi
Jim & Andrea Lorette - Jayelay Jewelers, Rare Material & Bunny Boogie
Hand-forged jewelry made of solid precious metals and real gemstones.
Treasure boxes, rooms & furniture with mystery & secret
Prints of graphite sketches and specialty creams, soaps & polishes for restoring natural beauty.
Mary Ellen Pellerin
Hand-appliqued scenic wall hanging (hand quilted), small quilts, hand bags and totes designed and sewn by Mary Ellen. Sachets from local herbs, aprons for everyone.
Woody Shook - Wooden crosses, bowls, Celtic knots and spoons
Joanne Smith - Oil, acrylics, watercolor paintings & jewelry.
Robin Stronk - Oil Paintings
Robin Truelove Stronk is a 1975 graduate of the N.Y. State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell. Her practice career has run the full gamut from large to small animal settings. She is now retired and the “artist formerly known as veterinarian.”
During a veterinary career that extended over thirty five years, she always had a deep need to study and produce artwork. Through classes at the River Gallery School in Brattleboro, VT, she refined her technique and focus resulting in gallery representation.
Robin has had the honor of having her work (“Feather” 3/15/97 and “The Dispute” 2/15/00) featured as cover art for the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. “Eyes on the Future”, a commission for the Veterinary Scholarship Trust of New England, was her third cover on Oct. 1, 2008. Presented at the Portland Museum in 2008, it is now on loan to the veterinary college at Tufts. In addition, she has received Judges Awards at the International Exhibition on Animals in Art at the Louisiana State Veterinary College in 2003 and 2006 for “Dakota” and “Lay or Bust.”