SALAMANCA, NY — Sunday is the second and final day of the Tri-County Arts Council's Winter Art Market at the Seneca Iroquois National Museum, 82 W. Hetzel St. The council assembled many of the region’s talented fine artists and artisans for the market. Sunday hours are noon to 5 p.m.
Admission to the museum will be waived for the event. Thus, attendees can peruse the work of local artists for holiday gifts abd also see the museum's new home and visit the gift shop featuring even more work from regional artists and other museum merchandise.
Visitors will find original handmade gifts for their holiday shopping list from among the many booths displaying paintings, prints, photographs, pottery, jewelry, carving, stained-glass, glass, fiber arts and body care products. Visitors will also be supporting local artists and artisans with their purchases!
This year’s participating artists include Keith McKale (carving), Shelia Escobar (glass/cornhusk dolls), Karen Fitzpatrick (glass), Michael Jones (pottery), Pauline Hoffman (Wild Mountain Organics), Myra Johnston (painting, drawing & wood), Rose Nuszkowski (glass), Karen Taverna (Aeress Designs jewelry), Miranda Turner (painting), Eileen Weishan (Fiber), Jennifer Dalimonte (drawing/painting), Michael Weishan (photography), Robin Zefers Clark (watercolor), John Balacki (watercolor), Peter Jones (pottery), Tom Millitello (glass/jewelry), Victoria Swier (drawings/custom orders), and Dave Farnham (carving).