Open Studio Day - May 2, 2015

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Schedule of Events

  1. Bill Stanton

 2nd Floor of Ames Mill, 307 Front St, Richmond

9am-3pm.  Come visit Bill while he works and explore his studio, located in a historic mill building on the Kennebec River.

 

  1. Lobster Buoy Birdhouses

760 White Road  (Please park on grass along driveway near barn.)

10am-3pm.  The barn shop will be open for tours and kids are welcome to paint their own small cedar buoy to take with them. They’ll also be offering an event special -

Birdhouses - $34 (retail price $42)
Suet Feeders - $18 (retail price $24)

 

  1. Mortimer LaPointe Woodworks

1191 River Road

10-am-3:30pm.  You’re invited to explore Mortimer’s shop and see his woodworking projects.

 

  1. Kate Cutko

555 Browns Point Road

1-4pm.  Visitors are welcomed to Kate’s “Barn of Opportunity,” projects include canvas floor cloths, Mother’s Day cards, and handmade journals. Guests may make-and-take their own upcycled apron, made from recycled materials.

 

  1. Jane Page-Conway

13 Wildes Road

10am-4pm.  Jane will be displaying and   both her photography and encaustic wax work, as well as demonstrating how to clean and restore negatives.          

 

  1. Bowdoinham Historical Society

1 Browns Point Road

10am-3pm.  Visit this historic Meeting House and view historic photographs and negatives in celebration of the Historical Society’s Year of Photography.

 

  1. Scott Libby Woodworking

112 Pond Road

9am-2pm.  Stop by and visit Scott’s facility. There will be live woodworking demonstrations at 10am, 11am &12pm.  They will also have both current and past projects available to view.

 

  1. Steven Thomas Bunn Furnituremaker

Hedge Hill Farm, 22 Center St

9am-4pm.  Enjoy a cup of coffee while you tour Steve’s woodshop, watch a demonstration of his Windsor chair-making and view Blue Iris Gallery's paintings by Phyllis Hartzler.

 

  1. Catmint Garden & Gallery

16 School St

9am-2pm.  Come explore Sarah’s gallery of paintings, cards and children's books, along with her beautiful perennial gardens.

 

  1.  Cathance Place

            9 Main St

 Watersong Music

10am-3pm.  Come see Earl’s music studio (where all the magic happens) with live music from 2-3pm.

 Merrymeeting Arts Center

10am-3pm.  The Arts Center’s Annual Youth Show, “Ferns and Fiddleheads” will be open.   Come see all the wonderful artwork created by emerging artists, along with the ecological information provided by the Friends of Merrymeeting Bay.  The Arts Center is also hosting:

Bloom

This is a great opportunity to  learn about Laurel’s all-natural  body care products, (which make great gifts for Mom).

Fun Fascinators For Fabulous Females

Have fun with Kaleele and her fabulous fun fascinators.

H. Monique Designs

Come meet Heather and learn how she makes her beautiful silver, bronze and copper jewelry.

Morphee Creations

Manon will have her small press with her to show how she makes her creations, along with a variety of her unique items from paper products and home decor to clothing.

Salt Wood Design

Liam’s impressive collection of crafts from furniture, sculpture and wall hangings  will be on display.

Winding Rose Studio

Wendy will be displaying her beautiful fiber arts,  and demonstrating a unique method of applique quilting that magically makes the stitches disappear.

 

  1.  Pottery Project

6 Main St

10am-3pm.  Delilah Pottery, Jeffrey Lipton, Stephanie Austen and Matt Ahlers  will be showcasing  their pottery and demonstrating how it’s made.

 

Other Happenings:

The  Bowdoinham Community School will be having their 15th Annual Rummage Sale at Town Hall from 9am to 1pm.  Stop by the Bowdoinham Trading Post  to check out their eclectic selection of this, that and something else.  Then enjoy a home-cooked meal at the Town Landing Restaurant.

 

Thank you to Rebecca Conley, Boco Video Productions for creating this video of Open Studio Day 2014 for the Town!