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Artwork to be featured at Holly Point Festival


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Award-winning artist Kathleen Noffsinger of Deltaville will be one of 70 artists displaying at the Holly Point Art and Seafood Festival in Deltaville on Saturday, October 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Included in her display will be “Palms, Great Egret” (above), one of her new original watercolors, giclee and offset lithographic reproductions, and her new collection of handcrafted art jewelry, “Art Rocks,” which she has designed using the creative color combinations that she uses in her paintings. 

About 70 artists will be at the Holly Point Art and Seafood Festival in Deltaville on Saturday, October 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The artists include:

Lynn Abrams, glass jewelry; Bill Allen, watercolor; Martha Alliegro, photography; Donna Armento, Bentwood furniture; Linda Armistead, painted glasses, windows, jewelry; Dona Baker, Fireflies Studio, clay and silk; Jan Bean, embroidered quilts/pictures; Raymond Bell, pastel; Duane Berger, photography; Steve Bleinberger, watercolor; Bobby Bridges, rustic furniture w/nautical flair; Susanne Bromfield; and G. Watts Brown, watercolor.

Also, Margorie Buckland; Grover Cantwell, watercolor; Lizzette G. Carter, author; Julie Colby, fiber; Jacquie Colligan, original artwork/jewelry; Herb Consolvo, clay; Mary Coombes, stained glass; Marylin Cotter, watercolor; Matt Cross, mixed media; Harry Croswell, wood; Charlene Crowder, photography, greeting cards; Mark Cunningham, wood; Rita Cutler, fiber/glass mosaics; Judy Dixon, watercolor, pen & ink, painted items; Dixie Doerr, mixed media; and Don and Donna Drew, copper sculpture.

Also, Sandra Finch; Brenda Finley, wheel-thrown, hand-built pottery; Carolyn Fischetti, fiber/paper; Maryanna Fisher, chair massage; Ed Gorham, enamel painting; Barbara and Gary Hansen, pastels/wood; Bev Hardin, beaded jewelry; Hugh T. Harris, acrylic, watercolor; Tonja Harris; Bill and Martha Hayes, clay; Bob Haynes, watercolor; Laura Heyward, ceramics, watercolor; Margaret T. Hill; Susan Hill, wheel-thrown, hand-built pottery; Ron Holden, wood; Wanda Hollberg, fused glass; and HTM Garden and Grasses, plants and grasses.

Also, Kathleen Hutcheson, handmade soap; Stephanie Keifer-Jefferson, functional ceramics; Don Kennedy, watercolor; Stella Jones, watercolor; Linda LaClair, Linda’s Line, handmade glass accessories; John Latell, steel; Burt Leffingwell, photography; Joan Mannell, mixed media; Mary Margaret Designs; Tina McCloud, pastel/jewelry; Betsy McCray, mosaics and paint; Kay Mock, One of a Kind, coastal and nautical items; Paul Mosher, wood; John Murphy Jr., photography; Betsy Newsome, beaded and sterling jewelry; and Kathleen Noffsinger, watercolor.

Also, Jane Partin, watercolor, oil; Dan Powell, vintage home decor; Virginia Price; Carol Ray, watercolor/jewelry; Cynthia D. Ray, mixed media, watercolor, acrylic; Ben Richardson, wood carving; Tony Slavnik, digital photography; Candice Smith, jewelry, crocheted items, painted items; Anne Smith, acrylic; Jerry Spangler, pastel; Amy Michelle Stevens, handmade cards, invitations, bottles; Merrill Strange; Susan Sweder, gourds, glass, screens, etc.; Lynn Trott, stoneware pottery; Mary Lou Troutman, acrylic; Pam Waldron, watercolor/jewelry; David Weller, antiques and collectibles; Anne Goodman Wilcox, oil, acrylic, mixed media; Joyce Williams, mixed media; Gayle Wilson, clay; Jane Winterson, watercolor; and James Ziemer, acrylic.

Community service groups include the Middlesex and Lancaster YMCAs.

posted 10.01.2008

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