One-of-a-kind works at Anniston Museum art fair
Nov 06, 2011 | 1308 views |  0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
After an absence of seven years, the Anniston Museum is bringing back its popular Winter Market Weekend, an invitational art fair (and a great place for browsing or holiday shopping).

On Friday and Saturday, more than 40 artists and craftsmen from Calhoun County and Alabama will display and sell their works in the museum auditorium and lobby. The art fair will be held during normal museum hours, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday-Saturday. For more details on the artists and their works, visit annistonmuseum.org.

One-of-a-kind pieces will include:

• Metal mesh jewelry from Sarah Cavendar Metalworks of Oxford.

• Handmade jewelry with semi-precious stones by Sally Coker of Sterett.

• Soapstone vessels by Russell Everett of Roanoke.

• Tin angel ornaments and small paintings by Provie Musso of Daphne.

• Fused glass jewelry and blown glass items by Lori Cummings of Anniston.

• Canvas photos, books and prints by Lesa and David Cummings of Anniston.

• Clay works, jewelry, paintings and fiber art by the artists of Art Works Gallery in Anniston.

• Blown glass scupture by Cal Breed of Orbix Hot Glass in Fort Payne.

• Handstamped silver, copper and brass jewelry from Mini Lee’s Creations, Oxford.

• Works from the JSU Student Art Alliance and the JSU Pottery Guild.

• Hand-painted furniture by Peg Tyler.
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