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Posted: Friday, November 30, 2018

Starts Today: Burchfield Penney Annual Holiday Artists Sale

Join the Burchfield Penney Art Center today at noon to kick off the annual Holiday Gift and Art Sale. More than 50 Western New York artists will be part of this very special three-day event. The event is free, and 20 percent of all sales benefit the Burchfield Penney.

RSVP on Facebook and invite your friends.

Art is a gift!

Friday, November 30: noon–8:00 p.m.
Saturday, December 1, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Sunday, December 2, 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Featured artists:

Donna Angelo                  
Artisan metalwork and gemstone jewelry with an organic industrial twist.

Dayna Banka Slone, By Dayna
Copper and silver electroformed, components from nature. Enhanced with silver, vitreous enamel, and semi-precious stones, one-of-a-kind sculptural art jewelry.

Sarah Blackman, Sarah Blackman Jewelry Design
One-of-a-kind statement necklaces; also bracelets and earrings.

Julie Bridge, White Crab Soap Co.             
Handmade artisan cold-processed soap with all natural colorants and the finest butters and oils. All natural lip balms and herbal salve.

Thomas Burns, Tom Burns Photography   

Rosanna Cappellino, Rosanna's Art Clay 
Polymer clay whimsical ornaments.

Peter Cefalu, MiannaCraft           
Cutting boards, cheese boards, coasters, "buffalo" signs.

Gretchen Cole, Gretchen Cole Jewelry  
Casual yet delicate and elegant metal and gemstone jewelry.

Linda Collignon, Raveloe Fibers
Handfelted wool objects and adornments using wool and various other fibers. Often embellished with embroidery and handspun fiber. Eclectic and varied.

Michelle Collins, Wise Woman Designs
Mixed-media art doll sculptures incorporating needle felting, beading, papier mache, collage, and found objects.

Paula Damico, Blessings by Nature           
Dried and fresh herbal creations and syrups.

Michelle DaRin, Michelle DaRin Jewelry 
Bohemian, bold, edgy, eccelectic style (think Pocahontas goes to Burning man).

Marleah Doherty, Mia's Studio
Prints of original watercolor pictures that depict historic Buffalo buildings as well as everyday scenes around town.

Daniel Dorociak, Doro Studios
Handcrafted concrete pottery, stone art and decor, pestle and mortar, prep bowls, cheeseboards and trays, figurines, mini Zen gardens.

Joshua Fraass, jf.vintage
Mixed-media artwork from vintage maps, sheet music, postcards, and photographs combined with acrylic. Artwork includes original paintings, collages, home decor, and ornaments.

Kristin Fundalinski, Kris Art Glass               
Unique wind chimes and candle holders created from reclaimed wine bottles and repurposed materials. Digital art prints includes digital photography and graphics.

Barbara Hart. Studio Hart Little Wood People       
Unique and whimsical wood figures. Also, Little Wood People greeting cards, magnets and wooden holiday ornaments.

Nancy Hesketh, Banyon Bags
Handmade one-of-a-kind leather goods. Large totes, cross-body bags, small clutches. Some hand-painted leather goods.

Lisa Hodge, Copper and Glass Designs byLove the Buff       
Handcrafted copper enamel jewelry and ornaments.

Lynn Huetter, Pudge Designs     
Handmade cutting boards from hardwood.

Jayne Hughes, Joyfulenergy Jewelry
Handwoven beading, charms, and natural gemstones set in silver. Fun, modern, and handmade.

Ashley Johnson, AEJ.create
Abstract acrylic ink paintings, created without a paintbrush, with either geometric or buffalo themed overlay in marker. Limited edition prints, totes, and banners of select paintings.

Elaine Kessel, Fotografix
Photographic art with words to inspire, framed and matted pieces, inspiration stocking stuffers, plant stix, and magnets.

Sarah Kieffer, Sarah Kieffer Designs        
Handcrafted sterling silver jewelry with semi-precious stones.

Robin Lenhard, Aremel Soaps    
Out-of-the-ordinary soaps; many holiday themes, gift sets, and more.

Maria Leone, Savittore Anne Designs LLC
Wearable fashions, handmade of fabric and yarn; costume jewelry made of mixed media.

Jackie LoVullo, ZENJOY  
Whimsical wreaths made of twigs, flowers, leaves, and more.

Eileen May, Love by Bean
Guerrilla gardening supplies and gifts, made with local organic seed, for easy gardening.

Junko McGee, Earth Art
One-of-a-kind pottery.

Amy Melton Prentiss, Amy's Felted Vessels
One-of-a-kind crocheted and then felted vessels including vases, bowls, dishes, and purses.

Paul Morgan, AVALON
Silk scarves, Buffalo-themed gifts, including men’s socks, tote bags, and snow globes.

Ann Marie Niclo, At  88 Textile Designs
Unique collection of handmade pillows, aprons, and totes. Many one-of-a-kind styles and designs. Includes Buffalo collection, vintage, and contemporary items.

Suzanne O'Brien, ZanieCrafts
Colorful accessories and home decor created from wet-felted wool and silk fibers.

Catherine OConnor, ArtFXGlass 
Fused, cast and torch worked glass using a variety of techniques to create unusual gifts for home and you! New holiday items coming.

Andrea Pawarski, Andrea Pawarski Ceramics      
Handmade functional pottery and sculptural wall art reflecting geological and natural formations.

Cheryl Perez, Jewelrybeyondthesea       
Wearable art and jewelry created from glass collected from the shores of Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, and Puerto Rico.

Susan Peterson, Cabbages & Kings Stationery    
Hand-bound memory books, journals, cards, buttons, banners, and other stationery and gift items made with found, vintage, and repurposed paper and mixed-media materials.

Deborah Petronio, Imaginaries
One-of-a-kind dolls, sculptures, and jewelry made from antique and vintage items. The ultimate recycling.

Michael P. Pitek III, Pitek Art
Watercolor originals, giclee fine art reproductions, prints and notecards; includes flowers, animals, and a special Buffalo series. Pet portraits also painted on commission.

Billy Prendergast, Billy Prendergast Designs
Bold, but with many fun pieces that can move. All work is designed and handcrafted from sterling stock, not cast.

Mandy Ranck Ceramics
Whimsical sculptural and functional ceramics.

Barbara Rickard, Brick Art
The Buffalo-centric paintings are the most popular. I add a little "twist" to a bison, a skyline, or natural objects. Even portraits swing!

Chary Robbins Illusions, 3rd Eye Designs                
Jewelry, bags, ornaments, and more.

Darcie Rosinski, potsbydjr
Wheel-thrown porcelain pottery, hand painted and carved.

Eta Rottenberg, Buffalo Roots    
Buffalo-themed artwork and gift items, including prints, coasters, mugs, onesies, shirts, and magnets.

Mario Santilli, Mario D. Santilli, Woodworker    
Handcrafted and unique wood bowls, boxes, vases, and other useful items, made in a variety of styles. Each item exhibits fine craftsmanship.

Lynn Schwab, Lynn Schwab Jewelry
Hand-forged metals with gemstones.

Shaun Silverwood, road kiln        
Copper-enameled jewelry for men and women, enameled wine charms.

Evette Slaughter, Evette Slaughter Studio            
Colorful and textural collages and paintings.

Catherine Southwick, The Sparkwork Studio       
Handcrafted baskets from rope, yarn, and fleece.

Diana Storm, Diana Storm Jewelry            
Modern jewelry designed from metals (brass, copper, and aluminum), beads, and polymer clay.

Betsy Veness, One & Kind Design
Mixed-media jewelry combining resin, beads, buffalo nickels, vintage bottle caps, digitally altered photos, hammered metals, and more.

Jodi Waller, Jlynne pottery
A combination of wheel-thrown and hand-built functional pottery with a nature influence.

Eric Woods, Buffalo History Buff
Reproduction prints, curated from our private collection of vintage Buffalo area advertising and architecture.

Submitted by: Kathleen M Heyworth
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