The Green Phoenix Gallery Presents an Artisan Crafted Holiday Ornament Baazar!

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This November, The Green Phoenix Gallery is pleased to feature their first Artisan Crafted Holiday Ornament Baazar!

Gallery owner Andi Tassencourt invites the public on First Friday, November 3, from 5 to 8 pm to preview and shop a wide selection of hand crafted one-of-a-kind holiday ornaments created by the gallery’s local artists, and by Fair Trade artisans from around the world.

“Our patrons will enjoy our wide assortment of beautiful ornaments, finely crafted from a fascinating array of materials. We have divine angels made from the softest wool, as well as from shells with pearls; compass stars from fine woods; beautiful hand painted glass balls; charming needle felted acorns; shimmering mosaics; primitive wooden fish; intricate wire wrapped ornaments; gingerbread men and ladies from upcycled wool; intriguing Zentangles; and so much more!”

Participating local artists include Kris Bales, Joan Brown, Connie Delameter, Joanne Gelles, Dianne Johnson, Stephanie King, Diane DuBois Mullaly, Laura Rankin, Steve Smith and George Todd.

Says Tassencourt, “Our holiday ornaments are gifts that can be cherished for years to come, and also make treasured additions to your own collection. By layering the inspiring qualities of the ornaments selected for this Holiday Bazaar into our eclectic mix of fine, artisanal crafts by local artists, Fair Trade gifts from around the world, and oil paintings by Diane DuBois Mullaly, we offer an environment with a full range of creative arts for the community to enjoy!”

And FRIVOLOUS FIBERS Yarn Boutique, located inside The Green Phoenix Gallery,adds even more interest, featuring a new collection of its own line of gorgeous, hand-spun, and hand-dyed yarns.Stop by to see and feel the yarn for yourself, and ask about knitting and crochet lessons and groups.

The Green Phoenix Gallery is located at 31 N Harrison St, Easton. 410-822-7554. Open Monday – Saturday 10 am – 5pm, and Sundays from 11 am – 3 pm.  www.facebook.com/greenphoenixgallery

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