Exhibits! Workshops! Lunch & Dinner Too!
(and don't forget the raffle)
Help make a giant puppet at Newbury Art's Open Studio Weekend
This Saturday and Sunday, October 8 & 9 from 10 to 5, Newbury Arts is celebrating American Craft Week in conjunction with the Vermont Craft Council and Vermont North by Hand Open Studio Tours.
Judith Lerner's wonderful whimsical piece The Luscious Pornography of Seeds
Artists exhibiting in Newbury include Jane Booth, Linda Bryan, Robert Chapla, Chris Esten, Judith Lerner, Michael Heffernan, Brad Vietje, Marie Witte, John Layton, Linda Taylor, Chris Wilson, James McGarrell, and Donna Ellery.
One of Brad Vietje's beautiful turned bowls. He will be demonstrating his craft both days
The Newbury Woman's Club is making a fundraising lunch and offering a chance to win a James McGarrell original piece of art, all proceeds to benefit restoration work on The Old Village Church.
Join in the fun and help build a giant puppet, learn how to make a cyanotype, and watch small blocks of wood turn into tops and tiny trees.
The One Hundred Dresses by Chris Esten, cyanotype
Make a day of it -- take a drive, meet the artists, enjoy the views, support the arts. Have lunch at the Old Village Church and make a reservation for Saturday night's famous turkey supper in the West Newbury Hall.
Robert Chapla's Hidden Spring Studio & Gallery - a historic sheep barn filled with art.
Venues include The Old Village Church on the Common, 95 Chapel Street; The Vestry at the First Congregational Church, 4915 Main Street (Route 5); Judith Lerner's Studio, 4285 Route 5; Robert Chapla's Hidden Spring Studio & Gallery, 580 Fuller Road; and on Saturday night only the West Newbury Hall.