Allegany Artisans Studio Tour 2016

Preview in select studios, Friday, October 14 5-8 pm, and in all studios, October 15 & 16, 2016 - Saturday and Sunday - 10 am to 5 pm


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Jack Brown, Len Curran, LuAnn Di Paglia, Elaine Hardman, Hanna Juekoff, Steve Rennie,
Terry Scott, Stephen Walker

Jack Brown

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Stones - N - Bones" - Multimedia Carver, Antlers, Fossil Ivory, Shell Cameo's, exclusive Silver and Gold Jewelry designs.
Jack Brown, 4297 Davis Hill Road, Scio, NY 14880
(716) 498-3035
Directions: 3995 Main Street (Route 19) Scio - intersection of Main and Sciota Street.

Len Curran

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Len Currans Unique and Artistic Jewelry" - My Jewelry collection is comprised of one-of-a-kind pieces: earrings, bracelets, necklaces. I use various types of glass, metal, wood, fiber and recycled materials. Each design is a creative combination of textures, bright colors and forms.
Len Curran, 5431 Jericho Hill, Alfred Station, NY 14803
(607) 382-8105
Directions: Studio is located 1.8 miles from downtown Alfred, South on Rt 12. We are the second driveway on the right after Snyder Road. Look for the Artisan sign.

LuAnn Di Paglia

"LuAnnArts Artisan Jewelry & Personal Adornment" - I make jewelry inspired by my love of color using vintage components, glass beads, wire, semi-precious beads, sterling, brass, resin, copper and colored wire, polymer clay and acrylic paint.
LuAnn Di Paglia, 7145 Whitney Valley Road, Almond, NY 14804
(203) 788-8836
Directions: I-86, exit 33, right to light, make right on Rt 21 (Main St). Follow Main St. past Muhlheisen's Restaurant on left, over bridge, past St. Brendan's Church on right. Take left onto Whitney Valley Ext - across from Big Dipper. Go down about 1/4 mile. House on right. Look for sign.

Elaine Hardman

"StoneFlowerPottery" - Carefully happily handmade pottery just for you. Elegant or funky earrings with nickel-free wires everyone can wear. Hammered copper bracelets, metal flowers, folkart sculpture. Always something different. Stop by our studio for snacks and other good stuff.
Elaine Hardman, 3180 Riverside Drive, Wellsville, NY 14895
(585) 808-0385
Directions: Riverside Drive is State Route 19 between Wellsville and Scio. Large gray house with porch and black shutters. Please come in the side door near garage. 2 steps inside.

Hanna Juekoff

Ceramic jewelry, wall pieces and paintings. I have new mixed media and upcycled jewelry.
Hanna Juekoff, 2216 German Hill Road, Rexville, NY 14877
(607) 225-4502
Directions: From Route 417 east of Wellsville, near the underpass, turn onto Baldwin Rd. At railroad on right, cross the tracks and take the second left (Proctor Rd) to find 5th house on the right. Or coming from Alfred, turn left after Ljungstrom and go straight until Procor Rd.

Steve Rennie

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"River's Edge Stained Glass" - I create stained glass jewelry, plates, bowls and decorative items including stained glass panels. I work with stained glass to fuse jewelry, plates, bowls and fun items. I have also made a number of stained glass window panels using the copper and foil method.
Steve Rennie, 63 South Genesee Street, Fillmore, NY 14735
(585) 610-7813 or (585) 567-8564
Directions: Showing at Auntie's Place with Sarah G. Phillips: At the junction of State Route 19 and 243 in Caneadea, take Route 243 to VanDusen Road (the third right). Travel a little over 1 mile to the first right, Pinewoods Road. Go another mile to 8143, AUNTIE'S PLACE, a grey and white house on the right.

On Route 19 N into Fillmore. Third house on right past DeRock's restaurant - yellow house with burgundy trim.

Terry Scott

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Woodland Creations" by T. Scott: Wildlife imagery and Celtic Art via pyrography onto boxes and wall plaques as well as jewelry. Some work is burn and paint to add color to some pieces.
Terry Scott, 56 Grove Street, Andover, NY 14806
(585) 596-9371
Directions: Showing with Jack Brown. Intersection of Main and Sciota Street, Route 19 in Scio.

Stephen Walker

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Walker Metalsmiths" - Gold and sliver Celtic jewelry designed and crafted by Stephen Walker, Lyndsay Burr and apprentices.
Stephen Walker, One Main Street, P.O. Box 706, Andover, NY 14806
(607) 478-8567
Directions: Corner of Main and Center Streets in the village of Andover.