Art in the Afternoon Holiday Art Fair at the Noble Hotel

Sunday, December 4th, 2011 10am - 4pm (Members Preview 9 am - 10 am)

The Lander Art Center Annual Art in the Afternoon Holiday Art Fair is scheduled for Sunday, December 4th from 10 am to 4 pm.  A special members’ preview will take place from 9 am to 10 am.  If you aren’t already a Lander Art Center member, sign up now to beat the rush!

A $2 entry donation will be requested at the door.  Proceeds will go to the Lander Art Center.

The Lander Bar will sell drinks, including mimosas, bloody marys,  and non-alcoholic drinks.

Apple Valley market will be selling soup for lunch.

The Lander Valley High School Choir will sing holiday carols throughout the day.

Participating artists for Art in the Afternoon 2011 are:

Anna Hulme: wool felted humans and creatures

Annie Reber:  traveling massage/bodywork

Ashley Reeves and Allison Jackson: handcrafted cards and calendars

Audrey Eaton: classic jewelry made from natural stones and cultured pearls

Bill Yankee: intaglio printmaking

Byron Seeley:  multi colored textured clay work

Chris Hulme: hand-blown glass ornaments and pendants

Cristin Zimmer: decorative ceramic platters and small encaustic paintings

Dannine Donaho: miniature watercolor and pen and ink drawings

Deanna Trumble:  hand-made soap

Deb Britt: Wheel and hand-built pottery using various forms of firing and glazing techniques

DeClue jewelry and Design by Theresa DeClue: natural stone, beads, and wire jewelry and mittens from re-purposed sweaters

Diantha States: woven rugs, placemats, stuffed animals and more using natural fibers and recycled trimmings

Doug and Sandy Lowinske: handcrafted woodwork made from native aspen

Ely Miller: Tye dye

Jagoe Reid: hand-dyed crepe de chine (silk) scarves and colorful hand-made hula hoops

Jennifer Schiefen: beaded jewelry

Joanne Rubino: prints

Kenneth Reiman: stoneware and porcelain clay work

Lander Valley High School Art Club: soup bowls and lino-cut holiday cards

Lander Valley High School Ski Team: painted ski boot planters

Lennie Poitras: handmade fine silver and sterling silver jewelry with a botanical theme

Linda Johnson: watercolor paintings

Lori Hunter:  children’s clothing, accessories, and mixed media children’s room décor

Lucille Kara: marbleized paper

Mary Johnson: hand-made soaps packaged in colorful cotton bags, natural jewelry made from local rocks, semi-precious stones, recycled pottery and glass

Matlynn Snodgrass and Andalusia Reed: origami crane mobiles, hand-made journals, and recycled wool hats

Mountain Aven Baby by Blair Stone Schneider: high quality, unique, handmade children's clothing and women's accessories

Pam Spencer-Hockett: clay work

Rebecca Steinke: fine silver, gold, and beaded jewelry

Sali Allard:  wildlife to sunsets depicted in acrylic, watercolor and pastel

Scott Copeland: photography

Shawna Pickinpaugh:  stoneware pottery and recycled wool mittens

Sherry Shelley:  hand-made sagebrush wreaths

Shining Mountain Mercantile by Sarah Susanka: crocheted and knitted afgans, blankets, hats, and more using wool, cotton, and specialty yarns

Stacy Wells:  hairclips, kids belts, watercolor cards and wire-wrapped earrings

Stefanie Tonsberg: handmade stuff animals, horn drawer knobs, wool stockings, and ornaments

Susan Grinels: mixed media paintings, drawings, and collages

Teri Miller: recycled tire mirrors

Tonya Pepper:  mixed media hand- made greeting cards

Wanderlust Jewelry by Elana Cox: AA-AAA semi-precious stone jewelry using sterling and fine silver hand-forged findings

Zach Even: local wildlife watercolors and oils painted with humor and printed t-shirts