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Scenes from Art on Palm

Nov 10, 2015

IMG_5083Tucked away at the end of the street, down a steep hill and into the canyon of Wildwood Park is the location of Art on Palm.

We attended with our parents, where our mother subsequently emptied her coffers on Christmas ornaments, cards, some ceramics, and invested in a handmade skirt by Louise Wannier of Louis Jane Studio. Here’s what we saw…

Lys Wilcox’s Dot’s Daughter Designs (right and below), which we fell for hard—wanted to purchase almost everything…

 

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Stunning bowls and cutting boards by Daniel Taylor of Paddle Wood Designs…

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Very bright, busy glassworks by Stephen Woodruff…

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Debbie Lawrence’s Floradora Hats

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Fiber artist Randy Meaney spins local yarn on a wooden spinning wheel. She sells skeins of yarn, patterns, and finished goods…

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We especially like the fruit and vegetable still lifes by Kathleen Swaydan

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Barbara Lamb Ceramics

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Whimsical, fun, silly, lovely tiles by Tracy and Soozee of Ramona Paloma Tile

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Hand woven placemats and clothes by Hitomi Yamamuro…

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From the Ron Lawrenz Studio…

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Ceramic works by Cathy Reichel-Clark…

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Leaf Motif‘s candles, collages and prints at the entrance and exit…

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The view just as we’re about to climb a steep, but thankfully short hill to our car…

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Art on Palm

 

 




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