Participating Artists 2017 Holiday Stroll

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  Holiday Stroll and Sale
  (Medfield, MA):
  December 1, 2017
  4:00–9:00 PM

  

Photo credit: William Pope, Artist Geena Matsuun, Holiday Stroll 2016

On Friday December 1, from 4–9 pm, our 3rd Annual Holiday Stroll will feature close to 40 artists booths in three Medfield locations; the Zullo Gallery, Medfield Library, and the United Church of Christ (UCC). The artists chosen were part of a juried selection. New this year we have added food vendors. Some of our food vendors will be located inside the UCC, while others will be located outside on Main Street. Click here for food vendor information. 

Christine Baldwin

In2Design
(Zullo Gallery)
www.in2designing.com
$32 – $350

Swedish-American designers Mark and Inga “Louise” Baldwin create jewelry that is at once modern and classic, unique yet highly wearable; incorporating freshwater pearls, precious metals and semi-precious stones, as well as unexpected materials like suede, leather, or silk cord.

Janie Boylan

Janie Boylan Water Color Artist

(Library)
www.janieboylandesign.wixsite.com/watercolors

$10 – $350

Local water colour artist specializing in commissioned house and landscape paintings for the perfect personal gift.

Karen Borgstein

Borgstein Alpaca Farm
(UCC)
www.borgsteinalpacafarm.com:
$1 – $60

Alpaca Farm, located in Medfield, breeds and sells Alpacas and uses their fleece to produce beautiful Alpaca products, such as socks, hats, scarves, gloves. The farm welcomes visitors by appointment.

Marlayne Brace

Mbrace Studios
(Medfield Library)
www.mbracestudios.com
$20 – $150

Mbrace Studios owner, Marlayne Brace, takes up close photographs of nature 
as well as landscapes. She aspires to bring peace an tranquility to her customers through her photos which are sold framed,
in matte packages or as notecards.

Jennifer Bradbury

JennyBradbury
(UCC)
$5 – $85

Jenny Bradbury designs and creates jewelry and hair accessories using vintage and new findings.

 

Patricia Brazil

Pat Brazil Chain Maille Jewelry llc
(Medfield LIbrary)
www.patbrazill.com
$25 – $750, most in the $25 – $150 range

Using precious metal jump rings, Pat Brazil makes unique jewelry based on historic chain maille patterns. Her goal is to harness the power of repeating patterns & to celebrate the beauty of these ancient designs.

Berline Lee Chao

The Perfect Box
(Zullo Gallery)
www.theperfectbox.com
$16 – $28

Hand folded origami gift boxes folded in fabric. No cardboard box underneath. Box is put together by the origami folds themselves. Comes in many different shapes including triangles, pentagons, hexagons, octagons and more.

Nat’l Art Honor Society

Meg Drew/Medfield High School
(Zullo Gallery)
www.mhsvisualarts.weebly.com
$5 – $20

The Medfield High School chapter of National Art Honor Society will be selling hand-designed ornaments. Intricate patterning, bold graphics, & whimsically embellished ornaments for sale or order, a custom design from a student artist. All proceeds benefit MHS visual arts scholarships.

Chuck Ferullo

Chuck Ferullo Photography
(Zullo Gallery)
www.chuckferullo.smugmug.com/
Mostly $15 – $65; some items (framed photos $75 – $175)

Featuring original fine art photographs from Medfield and around the world as notecards, prints, or framed. Many suitable as holiday greetings or gifts. Also available, the 2018 Medfield wall calendar benefiting the Medfield Food Cupboard.

Zoe Forbes

Fleuri Designs
(UCC)
www.fleuridesigns.com
$25 – $300

Fresh holiday centerpieces and decor, succulent gardens, wreaths, outdoor holiday containers, and permanent botanicals.

Rob Franco

(Medfield LIbrary)
www.robfranco.com
$30 – $70

Franco’s oil paintings focus on reflections made by objects on water, shadows on surfaces and reflections of memories made by time. These subjects are found on the coasts of New England and The Eastern Shore of Maryland. Boats, birds and wild ponies from Assateague Island are the inspiration for his paintings.

Jordan Fuller

The Glass Bar
(Medfield Library)
www.theglassbarboston.com

$10 – $100
Glass Artwork, Dichroic Glass Jewelry, and Stained Glass Artwork.

Rena Gurski

ReDesign
(Zullo Gallery)
www.etsy.com/shop/byredesign
$12 – $55 (most popular item $26)

Using Portuguese cork fabric and cording, often called “the vegan leather,” Gurski creates unique jewelry and fashion accessories. Aluminum cuff bracelets feature her original photographs. Wine charms are made with up-cycled tumbled glass.

Jennifer Hofman

Jennifer’s Handmade Soap
(Zullo Gallery)
www.jennifersoap.com
$3 – $32 (Average $6)

Handcrafted Artisan Soaps & Bath Products
Jennifer’s Handmade Soap…Come pamper yourself!
Shown: Pomegranate Cider Soap

 

Donald LaFratta

Wooden Expression Birdhouses
(UCC)
www.woodenexpression.com
$29 – $299

Copper and aluminum roof birdhouses.

Elizabeth Ling

Paper Lings
(Medfield Library)
www.paperling.net
$1 – $40

Paper Lings, founded by Ling sisters Elizabeth and Sarah, creates hand-crafted paper work ranging from origami to stationary.

Norman A. Lizotte

Land of Awws
(Medfield Library)
www.landofawws.com
$4 – $40

Land of Awws creates wooden ornaments, boxes, bud vases, tops, buzzies, snowfriends, jewelry, cell phone cradles, and coasters. All products are made out of various woods.

Faye Monto

Made By Lady Luck
(Medfield Library)
www.etsy.com/shop/MadeByLadyLuck
$7 – $120

Made By Lady Luck is one woman’s mission to create unique, high quality bags, wallets, and accessories for those with a love of vintage. Every piece is handmade, and one-of-a-kind!

Tawnya McDonald

Tawnya McDonald Photography,
Williston, VT
(Medfield Library)
www.tmcdphotography.com
$3.50 – $200

Photography allows me to pause, appreciate, and capture the extraordinary beauty of our surroundings. Focusing on light, color and texture, I strive to create images that highlight the wonder of everyday moments.

Mike Paige

Mike Paige Studios
(Medfield Library)
www.mikepaigestudios.wix.com/home
$12 – $150

Featuring locally themed woodburned ornaments, wall hangings, and coasters on birch and bass wood. Mike’s subject matter ranges from portraits and wildlife to local landmarks, or order your own customized ornament.

 

Lynne Puhalla

Lynne Puhalla Studios
(Medfield Library)
www.puhallastudios.com
$6 – $65

Functional pottery tableware with leaf impressions.

Tami Rodrig

Happy Art Studio
(Medfield Library)
trodrig@me.com
$20 – $290 (Average $70)

Tami’s jewelry is hand crafted from sterling silver, and then inlayed with paint, objects, and clear resin.

Lucy Rogan

Lucytwoshoes
(Medfileld Library)
www.lucytwoshoes.etsy.com
$20 – $36

Lucytwoshoes creates humorous illustrated tea towels with a vintage style look. They make great holiday and hostess gifts, and their black & white designs make them ideal for any kitchen decor. 

Colleen Turner Secino

PORT•SACKS
(Zullo Gallery)
www.PortSacks.com
$95 – $275

Handcrafted one-of-a-kind bags made with marine grade materials. Style that takes you from the beach to the board room.

Medfield Garden Club

((Medfield Library)
$4 – $30

Deck your halls, doors, mantles and tables with the Medfield Garden Club’s new holiday decorative designs. The Garden Club will be pre-selling easily carried gifts for home, teacher or hostess. Decorative wreaths and festive arrangements available on Saturday.

Elizabeth Springett

Woven Seas Weaving Studio
(Zullo Gallery)
wovenseas@gmail.com
$35 – $600

Woven Seas Weaving Studio is a teaching hand weaving textile studio and gallery. They offer classes for adults and children and loom rentals with instructions. They also make towels, placemats, blankets, rugs, scarfs, quilts and decorative pillows.

Colleen Sullivan

Photography by Colleen
(UCC Church)

$12 –- $100

Photos on Canvas – Medfield – Boston area – Cape Cod – landscapes and landmarks

Medfield photo note cards – blank notecards – 6 per box – a variety of Medfield seasons and scenes

Decorative Lighted Wine Bottles

And more!

Matt Swanson

BirchBarn Designs
(UCC)
www.birchbarndesigns.com
$20 –- $300

BirchBarn Designs a custom woodshop specializing in artisan cutting boards, beverage accessories and home goods, all from wood. They offer the option to engrave last names, initials or dates into any of our pieces.

Randall Snow

Snow Findings Co. dba Lovements
(Medfield Library)
www.Lovements.com
$25 – $40

Lovements bracelets are handmade by a father and son team within a now 3rd generation family business. They’re building on their past to create new beauty with simplicity and locally made quality.

Amy Trueblood

Amy J Jewelry Designs
(UCC)
www.ajensen.com

$25 – $350
Amy J Designs offers modern handmade sterling silver jewelry. Some pieces feature coins, tokens, bits of shell or other evocative found objects.

 

 

Lisa W B Walker

Lisa W B Walker
(UCC)
www.lisawbwalker.com
$5 – $100

Wheel thrown and hand built one-of-a kind functional pottery.

Kim Weineck

(Zullo Gallery)
www.Kimweineck.com
$10 – $400

Kim Weineck is a fine artist working in all 2D mediums as well as digitally. At this event she will have small original paintings for sale as well as cards, prints, and coloring pages for kids.

Michael William

Small Works by M. William
(UCC)
www.etsy.com/shop/SmallWorksbyMWilliam

$10 – $800

William creates small contemporary oil paintings in a loose realism style, his subjects centering around the familiar and the overlooked. He will be offering original artwork as well as prints, ornaments and other gift items.

Katherine Zola

 Kathy Zola Textile Designs
(Medfield Library)
www.etsy.com/shop/KathysKaps
$12 – $100

Hand-knit, hand-woven, crocheted and felted things to wear or to use around the house. Mostly natural fibers.

 

 

This program is supported in part by a grant from the MEDFIELD CULTURAL COUNCIL, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Thank you to our sponsors: 7TH WAVE BREWING; A & D APPLIANCE; ACMEWARE INC.; ASTRALUNA BRANDS; ALISON BROWN/COLDWELL BANKER; DOHERTY, CIECHANOWSKI, DUGAN & CANNON; LARKIN’S WINE & SPIRITS; MASS CULTURAL COUNCIL; MEDFIELD ORTHOPEDIC & SPORTS THERAPY, LLC; NEEDHAM BANK; NOSH & GROG PROVISIONS; MAP (Medfield Afterschool Program); M.E.M.O. (Medfield Employers & Merchants Organization); PARK STREET BOOKS; and STIRLING TECHNOLOGIES.

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