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Open Doors

This weekend is NH Open Doors.  Every where around the state, artists, artisans, small businesses are 'open' and celebrating the diversity of NH.  I was invited to participate in the Open Doors project with my friends Susan and Mary Jo (artstream) at open studios in their gallery in Rochester.  There were about 30 artists including those represented by the gallery and a bevy of invited guests like myself including:

 Miss Hawklette, a spinner/hand-dyer had the most delicious wool and colors. There was a metal smith/fiber artist who created edge-y art jewelry.  A rug hooker who did lovely, fun and wonderful rugs, mats and other decorative items. Several fine artists with sketches and paintings. And the sweetest little potter: 10 years old and learning from a master  --  owns her own kiln and has a studio in her basement.

Megan Bogonovich , NH ceramacist , who is represented by artstream was there . 

Representatives from the NH Poetry Society
were on hand in the afternoon to give poetry readings.

Here's a few images of work that I brought to NH Open Doors
 This is "Kitamba" a small beaded and quilted wallhanging



Deb G said...

Love these kinds of events! Lots of beautiful things.

patstudio said...

yes, it was lots of fun. and lots of beauty around....

Deborah said...

What fun! And so many lovely things.

patstudio said...

thanks deborah, it was fun.

susan said...

thanks for the mention pat! your hearts are adorning the window and we will be putting them into the shop soon i believe!

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