Allegany Artisans Studio Tour 2014
October 18 & 19, 2014 - Saturday and Sunday - 10 am to 5 pm
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All of these artisan name links, take you to the artist info on this page.
"Sundance Forge" - Traditional forging techniques are used to produce artistic and functional iron work. Commissions including design service are welcome. Works include original designs, interpretations or clients’ themes. Typical items are hooks, bells, candle stands, fireplace sets and garden treasures.
Bill Banker, 58 Main Street, Almond, NY 14804
Directions: 58 Main Street, next to Mulheisen's Restaurant – Large yellow house. On I86 (Route 17) take Exit 33 to Route 21 South (right turn) 1/2 mile, house is on left.
"StoneFlowerPottery" & Tin. While I’m a potter at heart, my mixed media and Tin Can Folk Art has continued to grow. Stop by to see chickens, flowers and crazy teapots. Refreshments and conversation. Stop by our studio
Elaine Hardman, 3180 Riverside Drive, Wellsville, NY 14895
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.
"Orlando Forge Metal & Fiber Studio" - In January, Charley Orlando died while Betsy held his hand and silence wrapped around them. It was a sudden and terrible loss for his family, friends, students and the broad communities of Allegany County, the John C Campbell Folk School and more. Charley’s anvil is silent, his needles no longer knit, his tin cans are abandoned, his wisdom now come to us from our memories.