2018 Artisans on the Green – Artists and Craftspeople
|Pat Anderson||Oil Painting|
|Michael Bannon||Nature Photography|
|Christine Bensley||Oil Painting|
|Penny Burke||Original Oils & Prints|
|Patricia Carega||Collection of Fine Art|
|Bill Crone/Robin Dustin||Turned Wood|
|Dick Devens||Watercolors of Architectural Drawings|
|Sharon Dunigan||Stoneware Pottery|
|Patricia Durgin||Quilting, Punchneedle, Pillows, Penny Rugging, country Primitive|
|Christa Faller||Watercolor and Acrylics|
|Marian Federspiel||Digital Painting|
Jeanette Fournier creates realistic watercolor paintings of wildlife and nature with a unique style not commonly found in watercolor. Her attention to detail in her graphite drawings are also equally distinctive and draw viewers in for a closer look at her art.
|Lynn Haust||Fused and Flame-worked Glass
A collection of glass necklaces, glass wall art and a variety of glass items will be on display. Lynn will also be demonstrating flameworking, the art of handmade beads on an oxygen and propane torch.
|Zee Hayford||Sterling Silver Jewelry|
|Diane Cook Johnson||Needle Felting|
|Patsy Frasier||Needle Felting|
|Annie LeBrecque & Mike Young||Fiber and Wood|
|Ann Lambert||Fused Glass|
|Liz Lapham||Nantucket Landscape Baskets are created in the traditional style, woven on a mold with a wooden base but with the non-traditional additions of a woven tapestry landscape of waxed linen, incorporating seagrass, birch and other materials in the body and rims. Liz often sketches or takes a photograph of a scene and then creates it in the basket or experiments with combinations of color. Birch Bark Baskets/Containers: Indian legends tell us that Klouskap, “great teacher and giver of life”, commanded the white birch tree to take care of his people. Birch bark was the source of survival, providing warmth, shelter, and storage. The dazzling whiteness of birch standing out in the green wilderness of New Hampshire signaled that it was a gift and was revered as such. As a basket maker using birch, Liz harvests bark from fallen trees, taking from nature only what is needed without destroying the environment.|
|Rick Libbey||Wildlife Photography|
|Jennifer & Deborah Libby||Traditional Cold Process Soaps & Pottery|
|Barbara McClintock||Oil Painting, Watercolors, Pencil Drawings|
|Judy Palfrey||Watercolors – Judy greatly enjoys painting the beauty of nature in her backyard and across the country. She has enjoyed painting with watercolor paints for the past 30 years.|
|Phil & Muff Parsons||Stones – Cut and Rough|
|Fred Robinson||Wood Sculpture|
|Thomas & Lucille Sirianni||Tom Sirianni: Original stained glass creations showcasing an eclectic array of items from abstract, antique, classic and art deco designs. Forty years of experience in this venue.
Lucille C. Sirianni: Artist showcases original jewelry designs portraying weaving, wire wrapping, and leather knotting techniques. Colorful palettes are created by using pearls, crystals, and unique beads.
|Mimi Wiggin||Oil Paintings & Prints on Marble|
|Cindy Libby||Soy Candles and Glass Art|