HAPPENING NOW: 2018 Fauntleroy Fine Art and Holiday Gift Show, night 1

(WSB photos from final show setup this afternoon)

Looking for something to do before/after dinner? The Fauntleroy Fine Art and Holiday Gift Show has begun! Open until 8 tonight at Fauntleroy Church‘s Fellowship Hall – free to stop in and browse:

Courtesy of Judy Pickens, here’s the list of this year’s participating artists:

Melissa Aaron – Spice blends & teas

Michelle Aitken – Beach-inspired ceramics

Mary Anderson – Whimsical cashmere & fleece hats

Leslee Avery Beausoleil – Cold-pressed soaps & dog shampoo

Sonja Bergstrom – SheepPAL footstools

Saki Uehara-Bingen – Hand-designed mandala products

Gretchen Curtis – Hand-knitted textiles

Josephine DeLellis – Collages, shadow boxes & collage kits

Natalie Fobes – Prints, mobiles & notecards

Esperanza Robles-Lazo – Delicate wire-wrapped jewelry

Johanna Lindsay – Playful glass & wire jewelry

Kate Lorenzini – Fine greeting cards, packaging & paper sundries

Dee Miller – Garden art

Marise Miville – Nature-inspired handmade jewelry

David Somers – Wood turnings, engravings, carvings & paintings

Linda Thorson – Molded concrete yard art & birdhouses

The church is at 9140 California SW. The show/sale continues 10 am-4 pm tomorrow and 11 am-2 pm Sunday, one of the first events of the season – here’s our calendarized list of holiday events (more to come, in the calendar and our almost-ready Holiday Guide).

4 Replies to "HAPPENING NOW: 2018 Fauntleroy Fine Art and Holiday Gift Show, night 1"

  • ws_suzanne November 10, 2018 (3:13 am)

    I’m so glad I was able to make it to this show last night. Discovered several phenomenal artists and came home with many beautiful gifts, and items for my home.One of my favorites who was left off the list is The Kitchen Imp — https://www.thekitchenimp.com/. She creates the best spice blends I’ve found anywhere.  (don’t miss her Chipotle Chocolate Rub!)

  • Judy November 10, 2018 (12:40 pm)

    Glad you enjoyed the show and thanks for the plug about Marissa Aaron’s spice blends.  She’s at the top of the list.

  • melissa November 11, 2018 (8:07 pm)

    Thank you for the kind words! I love seeing so many neighbors at this event and I’m grateful for their patronage. By the way, the photo that heads the article is of Esperanza Robles-Lazo, who makes gorgeous, elegant jewelry.  So many of the participant at this event make beautiful, imaginative work, and if you didn’t have a chance to attend this year, please come join us next year. 

  • Esperanza November 12, 2018 (11:16 am)

    Thank you Melissa for your kind words and encouragement. It was an amazing show – 16 great and talented artists . And, met lots of art-living visitors!  

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