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The Allegany Artisan Tour is this Saturday and Sunday


Previewing a few of the stops along the tour

Stop #28! Marsha VanVlack

Marsha’s clay work ranges from Raku to stone-ware. Art pots and wall sculptures for decorative enjoyment and functional pottery for use. The potter’s wheel, hand-building, and sculpture techniques are used to make each piece. Visit her studio so she can share what’s new!!!

You can find Marsha at 678 County Route 19, Whitesville, NY

Stop #1 is Jesse Szalc, with Len Curran and Pat Codispoti

Jesse Szalc is excited to show off his new wooden line of hair accessories this weekend on the Allegany Artisan Tour. He will be showing with Len Curran (jewelry artist) and Pat Codispoti (paper artist). They will be open this Friday 5-8pm, Saturday and Sunday 10-5pm. We look forward to seeing you there.

Located 1.8 miles from downtown Alfred, south on Route 12. Second driveway on right after Snyder Rd(Look for Allegany Artisan sign.)

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Stop # is Robin Castor!

There is absolutely no limit to Robin Caster Howard’s imagination! She has been busy getting her studio ready for the tour this week! She is in the red barn behind 113 North Main Street in Alfred NY and is open all days of the tour.

Next stop is #27, Ken Riechman’s Candle Wizardry!

Ken Reichman is another one of the founding members of the tour. Ken hand sculpts characters in wax with fantasy, seasonal, and animal themes. Hand-dipped tie dyed tapers, scented votive candles, and glow candles are also made in Ken’s studio. Besides candles, stained glass, candle holders, mirrors and other items are also available.

You can head on over to find Ken @ 562 Main Street, Whitesville, NY!

End your tour at the Rosebush in downtown Alfred
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