Pulp painting

Handmade paper artist Martha Starke doesn’t paint on paper. She creates the paper as she paints. Using recycled paper that is blended with water to make a pulp, she thins the consistency of the paper pulp until she is able to spread it onto a screen. The water...

Grant awarded to local student

Valley Artisans Market is thrilled to present a $100 grant to Norah Moses of Greenwich High School who will be attending SUNY Adirondack this fall. Every year, the Market awards money to a senior with outstanding ability in art, who plans to major in art and to earn a...

One line of thread

Leslie Fuller’s new line of greeting cards carry on her tradition of using one line of uninterrupted thread in her artwork; she uses many different scraps of fabric and then connects them together in a pleasing way with a single line of uncut thread. While you...

New work by CJ Lyttle

Woodworker CJ Lyttle, of Greenwich, NY, carves birds with amazing detail and accuracy, then displays them on branches and in nests. Each one exudes its own unique personality and charm. Showing that same eye for individualism, CJ has expanded his woodworking...

Wooden toys by Tom Hutchinson

One of Tom Hutchinson’s toy trains takes about 8 hours to make. It’s not just all the cutting and measuring that is so time-consuming. He must visualize how all the pieces fit together once they are assembled so that he doesn’t sand the sides of the wood that must...
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