Naples Historical Society Summer Artisan Series

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/06/2022
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
Cleveland House Museum

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The Naples Historical Society presents: Special Artisan Series at Cleveland House Museum:

Saturday July 16th – Mac’s Woods – Mac’s Woods, Homegrown in Naples, NY produces tables, benches, frames and much more. Each piece is unique. Tom MacAllister will be on site to answer all your wood questions.

Saturday July 23 – Barbara LeVasseur, a local artist is enjoying her retirement doing oil painting, watercolor, gouache and ink art work. Over 40 new gouache paintings depicting nature, florals, scenic landscapes, animals and fantasy will be on display for sale. These are all originals offered at under $100 apiece.

Saturday July 30 – See artist Tim Williams melt glass in his microwave kiln to make his “recycle-ware”. He will cut, forge and create rings and pendants from old silverware and melted glass.

Saturday August 6 – Dahlia  Mandala – Dahlia Elizabeth Wist is a Finger Lakes Artisan located in Geneva, NY. She will be selling magnets, cards and 8.5″x11″ prints of her photography and artwork.  Original abstract paintings and mixed media postcard collages will be available for sale, as well as beaded and enamel jewelry and charms.

Saturday August 27 – Jan Cermak, owner of Finger Lakes Wild Goods, will take you back to your wild soul by connecting with the healing gifts of the Natural World; wild crafted herbal products to pamper body & spirit; earthy jewelry and art pieces made with ethically sourced bones, stones, feathers, bits and bobs; and delicious edible treats from the plant kingdom to nourish and delight. Jan will  give a talk at 1:00 about her creations. There will be a unique and lovely selection of offerings to purchase.

Artisans will be on the grounds and the museum will be open for touring.  Current exhibits include The Underground Railroad,  Naples Theater and Sweet Shoppe,  Rumford Fireplace Display,  Bedchamber Stencil Display and more including a new children’s activity area.  The Naples Town Historian John Murphy will be on site August 6 for a special appearance – come with questions!

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