Allegany Artisans Studio Tour 2014

October 18 & 19, 2014 - Saturday and Sunday - 10 am to 5 pm

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Susan Williams Beckhorn, Betsy Orlando, Ken Reichman, Mary Warner

Children's Books

Susan Williams Beckhorn

"Susan Williams Beckhorn" - I write and illustrate fiction for children and teens. Having been raised in a family where kids, animals, nature, and stories are important, my words and images reflect those connections. My books have won several awards. My illustrations are done in pen and ink and watercolor. Books, notecards, and paintings available.
Susan Williams Beckhorn, 195 Irish Hill Road, Rexville, NY 14877
(607) 356-3700
Directions: Showing with Fred Beckhorn. Take Rt. 248 East for 2 miles out of Whitesville. Turn right on Shamrock Rd. Turn left onto Irish Hill Rd. Studio is a half mile on the left.


Ken Reichman

"Ken Reichman" - Hand sculpted wax characters - fantasy, seasonal and animal themes. Candles - scented and unscented, pillars, votives, hand-dipped tappers, glow candles.
Ken Reichman, 562 Main Street, Whitesville, NY 14897
(607) 356-3193
Directions: The old feed mill, Main Street Whitesville.


Betsy Orlando

"Betsy Orlando" - Original, one-of-a-kind Art Dolls, Handmade paper items and Altered Books, Woolen Penny Rugs, and felted and knitted items with Charles Orlando. Some made with recycled paper, and others with my handmade and hand-decorated papers.
Betsy Orlando, 5456A Ackerman Hill Road, P.O. Box 37, Belmont, NY 14813
(585) 268-7383
Directions: From traffic light in Belmont, turn onto South St. About 6/10 of a mile past the old school building, turn right on Ackerman Hill Rd. The studio driveway is on the right, approximately one mile up the road at crest of a steep incline. It is the first Y intersection on the road. Signs will be located at key points.

Mary Warner

"Angelica Ink Letterpress" - Rekindling the love of paper and ink with antique presses and moveable type. Platen presses from the 1870s through the 1950s are utilized with hand-set type or photopolymer plates to bring the art of letterpress forward to today.
Mary Warner, 20 Allegany Avenue, Angelica, NY 14709
(585) 466-7040
Directions: From I-86, take Exit 31 toward Angelica. Take first left onto Railroad Ave. Angelica Ink is in the yellow old mill (Old Shadowdancer bldg) on the corner of Railroad Ave and Allegany Ave. From Olean St. go right onto Railroad Ave. Lat 42.30181 long 78,018373