BELFAST – Handmade, Waterfall Artsâ€™ first affordable art and craft sale from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3. The Clifford Gallery will be packed with a collection of interesting and unusual items made by over forty artists and artisans from recycled, vintage, repurposed, eco-friendly and upcycled materials. The list of handmade goods includes clothing, soap, lip balm, toys, earrings, rings, stone vases and lamps, handbags, vintage items, hats, necklaces, baby booties, home wares, pottery, glass, t-shirts, bracelets, aprons, scarves, knitted goods, accessories and more. Prices range from $5-$256. Part of the proceeds benefit Waterfall Arts which gives buyers the opportunity to support a vital community art center and local artists and purchase awesome, unique gifts at the same time.
Participating artists include Mark Guido, Maggi Blue, Jody Johnstone, Janane Tripp, Ingrid Ellison, Melanie West, Bethany Hayes Chute, Cathy Melio, Ginger Bisplinghoff, Erin Ellis, Amy The and Noah DeFilppis, Amy Emmons, David Jacobson, Kat Richman, Willy Reddick, Betsy Nelson, Lee Bodmer, Dyan Burke and more.
Waterfall Arts is a donor-supported nonprofit organization governed by a board of 14 community volunteers; with a mission of generating awareness of the deep connection between art, design and nature in our lives; powering understanding of the arts for all ages and abilities; and sourcing inspiration within our local, national and global communities.
Waterfall Arts Belfast is located at 256 High Street. Extended gallery hours for the sale from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.Tuesday through Sunday, Dec. 3 – 24. On Saturday, Dec. 18 artists will be on hand in the gallery to talk about their work with an open studios for visitors. For more information, call 338-2222.
Contact Name: Lorna Crichton
Telephone Number: (207)338-2222