558 - 560 Mineral Spring Avenue, Pawtucket, RI
Friday, December 1 – 5:00 - 9:00 PM Saturday, December 2 – 10:00AM - 5:00 PMSunday, December 3 – 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Over 50 artists and artisans will come together in one renovated mill building at 558-560 Mineral Spring Avenue in the City of Pawtucket to celebrate Pawtucket Open Studios Pawtucket Artists Holiday Sale which runs from Friday, December 1 through Sunday, December 3, 2006. This event is free and open to the public. Visitors may shop the large 7,000 square foot space located on the first floor filled with over 40 artist tables in addition to 3 floors of open artists studios and explore a variety of fine art, photography, pottery, clothing, sculpture, fine furnishings, demonstrations and performances which will be geared to holiday shoppers. This event is the first of its kind where a community of mostly Pawtucket-based artists have come together to sell at one location in a large renovated mill building housing artists and other creative businesses.
Participating artists include: Gail Ahlers, Darlene Antcil, Onega Astaltsova, Alan M. August, Carol Batista, Herman Brewster, Michael Bryce, Anne Cerullo, Donna DiNucci, Dew Claw Studios, Domus Luti Pottery Cooperative, Debbie Downes, Tatyania Eliseeva, Kate Field, Jason Fong, Donald Gerola, Deborah Goldhaft, Michelle Gosselin, K. Gottfried, Stacey Graham, Berenice Griffith, Sema Gurerk, Don Hammontree, Jack Hurley, Elizabeth Ithuburu, Marilyn Kagan, Jennifer Kennedy, Shawn Kenney, Pamela Lambert, Karen Lee, Denise Lindquist, Devan London, Madelyn Macedo, Catherine Mansell, Steve Mason, Arthur Moore, Clare Nesdall, Michelle Phaneuf, Rag & Bone Book Bindery, Jessica Regelson, RiverzEdge Arts Project, Amy Jean Romero, Peter Roux, Tamar Russell, Schwadesign, Barbara Shema, Kelsey Sims-Meyers, Anna Lisa Sorensen, Lucy Stevens, Cynthia Treen, Caroline Unruh, Andrea Valentini, Ronnie White, and David Witbeck.
The Pawtucket Artists Holiday Sale is sponsored by the Pawtucket Arts Collaborative, Rhode Island Commercial Industrial Realty (RICIR) and has been made possible by the financial support of mill-owner, Jonathan Savage. Founded in October, 2000, the Pawtucket Arts Collaborative is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting, promoting and developing the arts for the community and its artists. We do this by creating awareness, education and involvement through its members.
For more information visit: _www.pawtucketopenstudios.org_ or call #401-724-2200.