Artists open their studios
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Open Studios
Flower art by Ellie Roden
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DEERFIELD VALLEY- Yellow signs will once again dot the Vermont landscape over Memorial Day weekend, leading locals and tourists alike to the workspaces of artists and craftspeople who will open their studios to the public for Vermont Open Studio. Don’t miss the chance to meet and talk with artists and craftspeople, view their work, watch demonstrations, and have the opportunity to purchase exquisite Vermont-made art and crafts. Studios will be open on May 24 and 25, from 10 am to 5 pm.

The following 18 artists in the Deerfield Valley region (Readsboro, Whitingham, and Wilmington) will welcome the public to their studios: #50, The Art of Humor Gallery– humorous art, Skip Morrow, 30 Not-A-Road, Wilmington; #51, Nicki Steel Photography - photography, 117 White’s Road, Wilmington; #52, Anne Kantor Kellett - paintings and scuptures, 7 North Main Street, Wilmington; #53, Stone Puddles — Frank Sprague, stone masonry, 22 Stowe Hill Road, Wilmington; #54, Green Mountain Pressed Flowers - Ellie Roden, pressed flower art, 32 Ray Hill Road, Wilmington; #55, Eric Sprenger - fine woodwork, 72 Castle Hill Road, Wilmington; #56, Irma Hawkins - painted steel sculptures, 215 Castle Hill Road, Wilmington; #57, Jen Violette— mixed media sculptures, blown glass, 12 New England Power Road, Wilmington; #58, Mary Therese Wright — fine art and printmaking, 103 West Main Street, Wilmington; #59, Bobbi Angell - printmaking, 103 West Main Street, Wilmington; #60, Bill Matuszeski, Mary Procter - paintings, 488 Faulkner Road, Whitingham; #61, Carol Mandracchia - fiber and textile art, 117 Academy Road, Jacksonville; #62, Town Hill Pottery - Aysha Peltz and Todd Wahlstrom, 726 Town Hill Road, Whitingham; #63, Readsboro Glassworks - Mary Angus and K. William LeQuier, 6954 Main Street, Readsboro; #64, Corner House Creations - Jane May Jones, watercolors, 1693 Branch Hill Road, Readsboro.

For more information go to www.vermontcrafts.com.
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