Would you like to see how Bliss McIntosh makes her corn husks angels? Watch here.
Con gratulations to member Carolyn Favor Kibbe who has been juried into the National Association of Women Artists. Her painting “Why Painters Love Redheads No. 8” is part of this year’s on-line exhibition of new members’ work. To see the show, look up National Association of Women Artists or go to https://www.thenawa.org/. NAWA was founded in 1889 and is the oldest women’s painting group in the United States, with many famous members through the years.
Valley Artisans now offers online shopping for curbside pick up. Go to the top of this page and look for the tab that says “shop.” You will see work by artist and by category. You can pay online and then pick up during the days we are open. Thanks for supporting us as we adapt to the way we do business.
Starting Nov. 1, we will open an additional day of the week. Our new hours will be Thursday through Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm.
We had to cancel our in-person sale this year but we are still selling our seconds and discontinued items on FaceBook from Aug. 26-Aug 29. Go to our page to see what we have and comment to claim your deeply discounted item.
Our hours for October have changed. Through Oct. 31, we are open:
Friday & Saturday, 10 am – 5pm
Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm
Our very own Carol Law Conklin was recently featured on PBS explaining her batik art. Learn about her process and see her work in her studio: https://www.pbs.org/video/batik-cbk3go
We are looking for painters specializing in watercolor as well as jewelry makers who are silver smiths. If you are interested in becoming a working member, please consider joining our friendly bunch of artists! There are no monthly fees for membership, you don’t have to rent space and we keep just 25 percent commission on work sold. For more information, look at our membership application.
Congrats to member Peggy Gray who received a Small Business Excellence Award from the Small Business Administration and the Women’s Business Center of New York State on May 7!
Our hibernation is over and we are open more for the spring. Our regular hours are now Tuesday through Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm. Come in and meet the artists who sell the work you see and man the cash register. We can’t wait to tell you about our process and our art!