DUMMERSTON — What is an artisan? An artisan is someone who works with their hands to create unique, functional and/or decorative items using traditional techniques. Artisans are masters of their craft and create products, such as clothes, toys, tools, paintings, furnishings, and many more.
The Dummerston Historical Society invites you to view an exhibit representing artwork and crafts of 27 Dummerston residents. The exhibit will be open this Sunday, Oct. 1, from 2 to 4 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 8 during the Apple Pie Festival, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Historical Society Schoolhouse in Dummerston Center next to the Town Office.
Organizers say the purpose of this exhibit is "to provide an opportunity to feature the creative works of Dummerston residents (both year-round and summer) in a wide variety of media. Some artists many will be aware of, others are 'closet' artists who may be new to you, but are pleased to have this opportunity to display their work. Be prepared to see oil and watercolor paintings, jewelry, wood carvings, weavings, photographs, fiber art, leather works, sculptures, pottery."
All are invited, admission is free, donations are welcome, and the Society is accessible. For more information, contact 802-254-9311 or [email protected].
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