Holidays at The Hungerford

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Shop local and support your local artists and artisans this Saturday, Dec. 20th. Shop the multiple floors of open studios where you’ll find unique fine and functional artwork for sale including jewelry, pottery, sculpture, glasswork, cards, original work and much much more.

Featured Open Studios:
201 – Create Art 4 Good Studios
215 – Nancy Murty, fine artist
216 – Francesca DeCaire, glass artist
217 – Anne McCune, fine artist
222 – VonBrake Spices
307 – Quilting with Margaret
318 – Hungerford 318
318 – Stefani Tadio, paper artist
318 – Tom Zachman Glass
344 – Christopher Little, jewelry design and repair
405 – Shelly Green Stoler, Ceramic Artist
414 – SEW Artistic: Julia Deal & Friends
420 – The Tea Pottery – Jennifer Buckley
422/428 – Hodaka pottery
426 – HarpoleArt Studio
437-439 – Rochester Art Club
452-458 – Main Street Artists’ Gallery & Studio/Suzi Zefting-Kuhn Artworks
458 – Main Street Artists’ Gallery
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Second Saturday – Holidays at The Hungerford

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Unique gifts and original art – available for sale at an inviting venue. Support artists by shopping directly from their studio. We will be so pleased to see you!

Open Studios
FIRST FLOOR:
155 – Brown Sugar Pastries

SECOND FLOOR:
201 – Create Art 4 Good
215 – Nancy Murty
216 – Francesca DeCaire
217 – Anne McCune
217 – Phyllis Bryce Ely
222 – VonBrake Spices
225 – Genesee Libby
228 – Kumagama Clay Studio & Gallery
236 – Constance Mauro Studio

THIRD FLOOR:
307 – Quilting with Margaret
308 – Betsy Hoefen
318 – Hungerford 318
318 – Stefani Tadio
321 – EvenOdd, LLC
333 – Off the Cuff Designs
344 – Rituals In Metal & Stone

FOURTH FLOOR:
405 – Shelly Green Stoler
406 – HessMess Creations
414 – SEW Artistic
420 – The Tea Pottery
423 – Cindy Kuhn Studio
425 – The Coco Room
428 – Hodaka Pottery
437 – Rochester Art Club
448 – Lauren Salzman
450 – David Lane Design
452 – Suzi Zefting-Kuhn Artworks
458 – Margot Fass

DOOR #8 – Comics Etc.

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Guest Artists at Genesee Libby Studio

On Friday December 5, from 6-9pm, Genesee Libby Studio (Suite #225) will host guest artists amy boyle “bonk” johnston and Joanna Heatwole, both fellow graduates of Visual Studies Workshop, in addition to Beth Gill of Tiny Epic Moments.

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“It’s a mishmash of twenty years of photography. Some black and white film, some color and digital prints.”

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Joanna Heatwole will offer small-scale abstract and landscape images created with a non-toxic traditional medium known as “milk paint” that creates a unique texture as it bonds with the natural wood canvas.

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Beth Gill, Tiny Epic Moments

Modern Meaningful handmade Jewelry & Gifts Celebrating the People and Experiences Important to Us through Authenticity, Connection, and Gratitude.

 

Holidays at The Hungerford

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Shop local and support your local artists and artisans
this Saturday, Nov. 29th.

Shop the multiple floors of open studios where you’ll find unique fine and functional artwork for sale including jewelry, pottery, sculpture, glasswork, cards, original work and much much more.

Special Holiday Hours:
Saturday, Nov. 29th from 10am–3pm
Friday, Dec. 5th from 6–9pm and Saturday, Dec. 6th from 10am–3pm
Saturday, Dec. 13th from 10am–3pm
Saturday, Dec. 20th from 10am–3pm

1115 East Main Street
Rochester, NY 14609
Located near the public market on the corner of North Goodman and East Main.

Shop for everyone on your list in one creative place!

Julia L. Deal, Suite 414

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Julia L. Deal, Suite 414

Julia L. Deal dba SEW Artistic

Currently Julia is a sewing pattern and machine embroidery designer. Julia has been making her own patterns for decades, and decided to put her teaching, technical writing, and computer background to good use to publish her designs as patterns that others sewers can enjoy too.

Julia’s patterns for practical things have clear directions and diagrams for almost every step, making them very easy to follow.

Embroidery designs (some companions to patterns) are well designed and tested, with no jump stitches.

Creating fiber art is something that Julia enjoys very much, as a break from pattern writing, and as a creative outlet. She has been a member of Rochester Area Fiber Artists since 2007.

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Ocean Abundance

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Ginkgo Tree

Web Site: www.SewArtistic.com
Etsy Shops: www.juliasew.etsy.com & www.BlessingSewInspired.etsy.com
585-425-9136
Julia@SewArtistic.com
Member: ASG, RAFA, GVQC, RMQG & ABG

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Lucinda Storms, 320

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Lucinda Storms, 320

“I don’t want my beads to look machine made, I don’t even want them to look handmade, I want each one to look like it just fell off a plant.”

Lucinda’s jewelry starts with lampwork art glass beads which she makes in her studio. Her jewelry combines her beads with pearls, gemstones, sterling silver and bronze.
Seed pods, pollen grains, branches, leaves, berries, blossoms and buds are all common themes in her pieces making each one an opulent expression of natural beauty.

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Seeds and Leaves

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Polka Dots

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Pink Berries

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Moon Rocks

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Anne McCune, Suite 217

Anne McCune, Suite 216

I have been painting, exhibiting, and selling since 1990, and have explored various media throughout that time. I call myself primarily a watercolorist, although recently I have ventured more into collage, using various archival papers and different water based paints. This creative process suits the almost abstract way that I look at the world around me.

The main inspirations for my paintings are the natural elements which surround me. Whether the source is a beautiful flower, a majestic sky or an orange cut into segments, I view it mainly in terms of shape, line, and color, and do not focus so much on the subject. Therefore the result offers a slight altered vision.

I am a member of the Suburban Rochester Art Group, and a signature member of The Rochester Art Club.

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Brian O’Neill, Suite 345

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Brian O’Neill, Suite 345

Brian O’Neill, American Artist (b.1969)

Brian O’Neill’s work has been showcased in galleries across The U.S, Canada, Japan and England. O’Neill is a graduate of The Ani Art Academy apprenticeship program where he studied under the guidance of acclaimed realism painter Anthony Waichulis. Brian has also found success in both realism and abstract painting with his dynamic and expressive Organic Abstraction work that connects the living subject matter of his still life and figurative paintings and expresses them is a bold and innovative manner.

Brain is a sought after instructor and teaches workshops as well as private students in his Rochester, NY studio in both representational and abstract work. His work has been included in three museum shows in the past four years with a Jurors Choice Award at the prestigious Naples Museum of Art for the Blossom 2: Art of Flowers Premier Exhibition, inclusion in the two year traveling museum exhibition of Blossom, The American Still Life exhibition at the Shreveport Museum of Art and most recently, The 74th Annual Regional Exhibition at The Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY.

O’Neill has garnered numerous international awards and feature articles in many of today’s top art publications such as, The Artist’s Magazine “An Artist’s Life” Sept. 2014, The Pastel Journal Magazine, Top 100 Competition 2nd Place Still Life/Floral and was featured in the magazines coverage of the competition with a full page article and image of the winning painting (April 2011 issue), O’Neill also received an Honorable Mention in the same competition, Artists Magazine Annual Art Competition Honorable Mention, The ARC Art Renewal Center’s Annual Salon Competition, The Artists Magazine On-Line All Media Competition Honorable Mention and a Finalist Award in The Art Kudos International Competition.

My responsibility as an artist is one that asks me to create not because I want to but because I have to, I am driven to make work that is at the highest level possible and depict beauty as I feel it to be and describe that in a language that can be read by all people who view my work even if we have never met in person” –Brian O’Neill

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Summer Discovery

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Icarus

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The Stage Has Been Set

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Keeper of the Birds

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Spring Rain

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City Scape

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Sarah Weeden, Suite 328

 

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Sarah Weeden, Suite 328

The Seatery Shop began as a hobby and an interest in antique furniture. After refinishing and reupholstering, chairs, settees, and benches get their chance at a second life. Located in Rochester, NY where antiques and treasures abound, the studio is never short on projects. The Seatery Shop opens every First Friday of the month and by appointment.

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