If you’ve been following along with me for a while, you know that the past couple of years have been pretty grueling, both physically and emotionally. After a great deal of thought, I have come to the conclusion that I need to step back a bit from my show schedule in 2017 because, well, I just need to slow down a little this year. So, I’m taking a bit of a breather from shows. That does not mean I won’t be doing any but they will be fewer. I will list the ones I’m participating on this page as I book them.
What I want you to remember, though, is that I may be stepping back from shows but I am fully committed to working. Last year, I ran out of product and left a bunch of you disappointed for the holidays. I don’t want that to happen again and I will do my best not to have a repeat.
My schedule for 2017 thus far includes:
SHARON SPRINGS HARVEST FESTIVAL
Sharon Springs, NY
Saturday Sept. 9 – Sunday Sept. 10
I’ll be back in Sharon Springs, home of the Fabulous Beekman Boys and Beekman 1802 for the funnest and friendliest weekend all year. If you have never been before, get it in gear and go! And if you have been, I hope to see you there once again!
This year I am really excited to be stationed out at Beekman Farm with a small group of other members of the Beekman 1802 Artisan Collective (including my friend Beth Miller of Parris House Wool Works). I will be doing a demo on wreath-making (in between petting the goats!) on both Saturday and Sunday. You can go here to get tickets for the farm tour and to see me. But don’t delay, the farm tour sells out really quickly!
Equally exciting is that you will be able to find some Glittermoon Vintage Christmas for sale in the Beekman 1802 Mercantile over the weekend! Whoohoo!
The pages of Country Living Magazine come to life in the awesomest show ever! Grab your girlfriends and go – you won’t be sorry!
Stone Mountain Park just outside of Atlanta. Make your reservations early!
Go here for more information!
THE MISTLETOE MART – 43rd Annual!
Church of the Ascension
23 North Court Street
Westminster, MD 21157
Thurs. & Fri. Nov. 9 & 10 – 10 AM – 8 PM
Sat. Nov. 11 – 10 AM – 4:30 PM
50 juried artisans
NORTHSIDE ARTISTS HOLIDAY ARTWALK
Saturday, November 18 from 9 – 5
Stroll Richmond’s beautiful Ginter Park area
and enjoy the work of 50 local artists.
The venues are private homes.
I am back at Ginter Place, 1350 Westwood Ave. this year!
I’m super excited about this because it’s in my hometown, Easton, MD, and it’s at my sister’s art gallery, Trippe-Hilderbrandt Gallery. Please go visit her website and see the terrific lineup of artists, in several mediums, that she represents. She’s a very talented photographer as well and her work is on display, too.
I was born and raised on the bucolic Eastern Shore of Maryland and I am thrilled beyond belief to be going home for a couple of days. I’m so looking forward to seeing family and old friends that I have not seen in ages. And I get to show off my work. How great is that?
If you live in the DC, Baltimore, Annapolis area, it’s a pretty short drive to Easton.
I will be there Friday evening December 1, for First Friday, from 5-8 PM and Saturday, December 2, from 11-6. There is a LOT going on in town that weekend, including the Christmas parade (!). I hope I will see you there!