Allegany Artisans Studio Tour 2016

Preview in select studios, Friday, October 14 5-8 pm, and in all studios, October 15 & 16, 2016 - Saturday and Sunday - 10 am to 5 pm

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Rebecca Lindamood, Betsy Orlando, Ken Reichman, Steve Rennie, Mary Warner


Ken Reichman

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Candle Wizardry" - Hand sculpted wax characters - fantasy, seasonal and animal themes. Candles, pillars, votives, hand-dipped tapers and glow candles. Stained glass candleholders and mirrors.
Ken Reichman, 562 Main Street, Whitesville, NY 14897
(607) 356-3193
Directions: The old feed mill, Main Street Whitesville.


Rebecca Lindamood

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Rebecca Lindamood" - Not your Mama's Canning Book gives the old-fashioned art of canning a modern, global twist without sacrificing safe canning practices. Because all the beautiful canned goods in the world aren't any good without knowing what to do with them, it also includes 40 recipes to make with your canned gold.
Rebecca Lindamood, Belfast, NY 14711

Directions: Showing at 3 Clay Sisters Studio at 23 West Main Street, Angelica Exit 31 from I-86. Turn towards village, take 2nd left onto East Main Street. Go around park circle to West Main Street. We are located in the 5th building up from the post office. Look for the sunflower.


Betsy Orlando

"Stitchery" - Original, one-of-a-kind Art Dolls, Handmade paper items and Altered Books, Woolen Penny Rugs, and felted and knitted items.
Betsy Orlando, 5456A Ackerman Hill Road, P.O. Box 37, Belmont, NY 14813
(585) 268-7383
Directions: From traffic light in Belmont, turn onto South St. About 6/10 of a mile past the old school building, turn right on Ackerman Hill Rd. The studio driveway is on the right, approximately one mile up the road at crest of a steep incline. It is the first Y intersection on the road. Signs will be located at key points.

Mary Warner

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"Angelica Ink Letterpress" - Using handset type, polymer plates, vintage platen presses, ink and softpapers, I create cards, and stationery and squibs for mailing or display. The presses I use are treadle or hand-operated and are from the mid 1800s to the early 1900s.
Mary Warner, 20 Allegany Avenue, Angelica, NY 14709
(585) 466-7040
Directions: From Exit 31 on I-86 head North. Take a left onto Railroad Avenue. From the Village, head South on Center Street and left onto Railroad Avenue. Lat 42.30181 long 78,018373

Stained Glass

Steve Rennie

Also open for Friday's pre-tour reception.
"River's Edge Stained Glass" - I create stained glass jewelry, plates, bowls and decorative items including stained glass panels. I work with stained glass to fuse jewelry, plates, bowls and fun items. I have also made a number of stained glass window panels using the copper and foil method.
Steve Rennie, 63 South Genesee Street, Fillmore, NY 14735
(585) 610-7813 or (585) 567-8564
Directions: Showing at Auntie's Place with Sarah G. Phillips: At the junction of State Route 19 and 243 in Caneadea, take Route 243 to VanDusen Road (the third right). Travel a little over 1 mile to the first right, Pinewoods Road. Go another mile to 8143, AUNTIE'S PLACE, a grey and white house on the right.

On Route 19 N into Fillmore. Third house on right past DeRock's restaurant - yellow house with burgundy trim.