On Saturday, November 4, from 10:00am-4:30pm the Burlington Town Hall will be the site of the first annual Artist and Artisan Fair to benefit the repair and continued restoration of the historic church building owned by Congregational Church of Burlington.
Fifteen selected artists and artisans from throughout Connecticut will display and sell their work.
Participants include: Pottery by Grace Epstein, mixed media by Lori Barker, original jewelry designed by Linda Davidson of Quilibet, wildlife and architecture photography by Jaroslav Bil, printmaker Elisabeth Ann McNally, silversmith Lynne Patnode’s Silver Spiral Creations, original, repurposed apparel by Doreen Breen of Soul Threads, Matisse inspired note cards by Kevin Dix, paintings by Denise Balcanoff of Soulful Creations, Sandy Pratt knits, hand painted silk scarves by Suzanne Davis, textiles by Nancy Frodermann of Woolen It be Nice and more.
Also for sale is house plants to cheer you through the winter months, home baked goods, and a tea cup auction.
Follow the event on Facebook “Artist and Artisan Fair of the Congregational Church of Burlington 11/4/17”.
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