Oregon Crafted Sampler - A Fine Arts & Crafts Show

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By Mark Furman

Event Details

Start Date: November 14, 2009 - End Date: November 15, 2009

Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Lane Events Center Auditorium

Link: http://www.oregoncrafted.org

Child Price: FREE

Adult Price: FREE

Organization: Oregon Crafted

Event Description

Oregon Crafted is proud to present its first annual Oregon Crafted Sampler – A Fine Arts and Crafts Show, November 14th and 15th, 2009 at the Lane County Fairgrounds Auditorium. The show features over 50 artists that are participating members of Oregon Crafted, Eugene Glass Guild, Eugene Glass School, Guild of Eugene Metalsmiths (GEM), Clay Space, Local Clay and East Linn Artists (ELA). The Oregon Crafted Sampler will be held for one weekend only, and show hours are: Saturday, November 14th from 10 am – 6 pm, and Sunday, November 15th from 10 am – 5 pm. Admission is free with a suggested donation of canned goods for Food For Lane County. A variety of art mediums will be on display, including: glass, ceramics, jewelry, metal, wood, paintings, fiber, baskets, sculpture, photography, mixed media, and gourd art. Patti Lomont, Art Program Coordinator for Oregon Crafted, says, “Many of the exhibiting artists are in fine arts galleries around the country, and locally do not show their work very often. This is an excellent opportunity to see and purchase their work.” Come to the Oregon Crafted Sampler and help keep art alive by supporting local artists. For more information and a complete list of show artists, visit the Oregon Crafted website at www.oregoncrafted.org.
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