For several years now we have been joining with our neighbors here in St. George to open our shops and galleries, many of which are seasonal, for the two days following Thanksgiving. This year the grange participated, raising money to go toward heating assistance for those in our community who need help this winter; the Port Clyde Baptist Church had a sale; the Marshall Point Lighthouse was open; as were others shops, including Hedgerow.
We had work from a number of guest artists in the gallery, along with my hooked rugs. Toni Small had photographs; Martha Bracy and Phoebe Bly had prints; Gilly Sloat showed several oil paintings.
Lucy Williams’ woven towels continued to delight, along with some felted containers she made this summer.
We had some new pottery from David Orser and Laurel McDuffie. (This photo is of David’s work and one of Phoebe’s prints.)
And I finally took a picture of the Sudoku rug I did last winter.
The Twiggery was set up with garden-related items.
And the Barn had the rustic furniture
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