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Sherman Artists Open Studio – This Weekend!



Painters, photographers, mixed media, jewelers, fused glass, and fabric artists will open their home studios

Sherman Artists Open Studio

This weekend is the very first Sherman Artists First Open Studio! Fifteen local Sherman artists are participating in the Sherman Open Studio Tour on Saturday and Sunday, December 4th and 5th, 2021, 10 am – 4 pm. Painters, photographers, mixed media, jewelers, fused glass, and fabric artists will open their home studios or participate in pop-up studios. Guides are available to direct you, plus there will be signs. For more information or to download a Guide, visit their website.
 
There are 6 artists in home studios and 9 in pop-up studios at the Sherman Senior Center, the Sherman Town Hall Meeting Room, the Sacred Grounds Coffee Roasters, and Hair by Susi. The Sherman Artists Open Studio Guide is a brochure containing a map, directions, contact information, an overview with images of each participant's artwork and our sponsors. The brochure is available at various Sherman locations - the Sherman Library, the Sherman Old Store, the IGA, American Pie, the White Silo Winery, and Happy Rainbows, and in New Fairfield at the Barn Gallery.  

Participating artists include: Carolyn Cohen, Renee Collins, Jeff Ginsburg and Lu Li, Muriel Grabe, Lisa Hickey, Sylvia Hierro, Linda Hubbard, Mako Kumano & John Charles, Kenneth Litwak, Mary Jane Magoon, Mae Maimone, Cindy O’Connor, and Ginny Schaeffer.
 
We thank our sponsors Irit Granger Real Estate Broker, White Silo Farm and Winery, Edward M Schaffer Attorney at Law and Keno Graphics plus April Frink, Atelier VGI, Hair by Susi, Sacred Ground Coffee Roasters, Sheila McMahon, Sherman IGA, Sherman Senior Center, Sherman Town Hall, and Sherman Wine & Spirits.

Samples of each artist's work are in the Sherman Library Open Studio Show from November 19, 2021 – January 5, 2022. Stop by to see the artwork and pick up a Guide.
 
This weekend is an opportunity to meet some Sherman artists, learn about their techniques and their passions. We hope you will join us the first weekend of December 4th and 5th from 10 am to 4pm and do some holiday shopping.  Just get a map and follow the signs.  
 
For more information, visit their website.

Images of participating artists…

1.    John Charles - Ruggles and Little Rug at Grand Canyon  Photograph 26x30


 

2.    Mary Jane Magoon –- Dinner Time, Watercolor


 

3.    Kenneth Litwak – Fused Glass Portrait


4.    Linda T Hubbard – Winter Sherman Beach, Photograph 14 x 11




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