Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend in the works

Screen shot 2016-05-26 at 3.14.37 PMOne of our neighboring club’s excellent summer events is in the planning stages.

The 8th annual Northville Rotary Club Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend will be held in the village on the Great Sacandaga Lake Friday through Sunday, July 15-17.

More than 60 artists from the Adirondacks and beyond are expected to have their wares on diaplay, among them woodworkers, jewelers, weavers, potters, photographers, painters, and others. Many will be selling their works as well.

This very popular summer event will be held in the Bradt Building and Park on Main Street in the village of Northville.  The weekend will begin with a “Meet the Artists” reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, and show hours will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.

In addition to the displays, there will be crafts demonstrations, raffles, and a silent auction. Food will be available for purchase. Proceeds from the event will be used throughout the year to provide student scholarships, support community organizations, and support projects of Rotary International.

Keep reading for the lineup of craftspeople registered so far for the event:

Kimberly Dolan, Albany
Designed jewelry

Russ Gleaves, Northville
Refined rustic furniture

Maria Scarpa Allen, Groton, CT
Woodburning

Darrell Altizer, Peru, NY
Woodcrafted items

Anthony Ambrosino, Gloversville
Photography

Kristine Myrick Andrews, Salisbury, VT
Handwoven baskets

Deborah Angilletta, Scotia
Landscape oil painting

Will Aubrey and Sue Breslin, Mayfield
Blacksmithing and butterflies

Diane Castle Babcock, Boonville
Linoleum block prints

Cherie Batcher, Fultonville00
Glass painting

Joseph and Sharon Benesch, Holland Patent
Woodcrafts

Angie and Lou Berchielli, Westerlo
Wildlife and nature photography

Cheryl and Alex Bielli, Gloversville
Painting and caricatures

Gina and Gary Brady, Cobleskill
Woodturning and wood burning

Joseph and Sandra Buchmann, Syracuse
Wooden toys

Joe Carmola, Clifton Park
Handcrafted wood items

Al Caruso, Clifton Park
Woodworking

Patty Caruso, Clifton Park
Floral art

Wilfred Charbonneau Jr., Clifton Park
Antler sculpture

Beverly Cornelius, Schenectady
Basketmaker

Beverly Cornelius and Pam Curtis, Niskayuna
Leaf impressed pottery

Constance A. Dodge, Edinburg
Pastel/acrylic painting

Regina and Leonard Eldridge, Warrensburg
Silver jewelry with gemstones

Patrick and Katie Fitzgerald, Northville
Rustic furniture

Ineke Fredriksen, Jefferson
Concrete leaves

Mary Beth Gardner, Latham
Handpainted glassware

Rachel Garrison and Janis Maggs, Scotia
Stoneware pottery and clay jewelry

Tyler Gebhardt, Manchester Center, VT
Furniture and wood items

Cheryl and Julian Gutmaker, Scotia
Fused glass

Michael Hine, Gloversville
Photography

Kevin Holmes, Niskayuna
Pine furniture

John, Jessica and Katelynn Hoyt, Canajoharie
Intarsia woodworking

Joshua Kerr, Broadalbin
Chainsaw carvings

Mike and Marion Kratky, Northville
Woodturning and painting

Joanne Lounsbury, Schenectady
Framed poetry and plaster crafts

Glen Marsh, Ballston Spa
Photography

Nathan Matthews, Northville
Scrollsaw wood portraits

Jeffrey Meuwissen, Mayfield
Woodworking and stained glass

Lorraine A. Murphy, Sharon Springs
Window pane shirts

Valorie Newvine, Boonville
Woodworking and Adirondack chairs

George and Theresa Olsen, Richmondville
Woodturning

J.C. and Carol Parker, Malta
Oil and watercolor painting and prints

Linda H. Peterson, Round Lake
Watercolor and oil painting

Paul Petrie, Jr., Gloversville
Woodturning

Scott Phillips, Schroon Lake
Log furniture

Sandy Salada, Watervliet
Hand woven baskets

Leann Schroder, Hannacroix
Jewelry and ornaments

Jeannette Sheehy, Albany
Photography

Kathy Stancampiano, Granville
Decorative pillows

Gary Stoller, Gloversville
Bird carvings

Nikki Svolos, Johnstown
Fiber arts

Jonathan Swartwout, Johnstown
Furniture and oils

Fred and Bea Turner, Mohawk
Bird condos

Mark Tyoe, Salisbury
Chainsaw carved sculptures

Robert Tys, Rotterdam Junction
Traditional signs

Arnold van Laer, Stratford
Birch bark frames

Jim Verrelli, Oneonta
Wooden flutes

John Wdowin, Westdale
Waterproof wooden bowls and wood crafts

Rosemary Weiss, Grand Gorge
Pottery

William Paul Wiatr, Poland, NY
Painting


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