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Lancaster Fine Craft Fair Sponsored by the PA Guild of Craftsman

The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen is relocating its beloved Holiday Fine Craft Fair to the stunning Lancaster County Convention Center in downtown Lancaster on November 12 & 13.

The annual Lancaster area event was held over the last 3 years at the Manheim Township High School off Lititz Pike. The move allows the craft show to grow from 120 exhibitors to 140 exhibitors, and to be exhibited in one large space as opposed to the three spaces used at the high school. The Guild is also teaming up with the Lancaster Parking Authority to offer $2 all day parking for show patrons at five participating parking garages in downtown Lancaster.

“Our mission is to support fine craftsmen and introduce the public to handcrafted works,’ says Guild executive director Sherrie Boyer. ”The move to the Lancaster Convention Center creates more visibility for our craftsmen and more access for patrons and the public. Buying local and buying handmade serve so many needs; our patrons support the arts and local artists – and our craftsmen are able to meet the public, educate about craft, and earn a living. It’s a positive experience for everyone.”

With such a wide array of fine and talented craftsmen right here in the region, why not give handmade and local this holiday season?

Our show is Saturday from 10 am – 6 pm and Sunday from 10 am – 5 pm. We’ll see you there!

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Artist Statement

I have always been a maker; while creating I am interested in the process of the materials transformation. While creating I try to embrace the process and allow the viewer, with close examination, to see how each piece was created.Nature and the environment are my inspiration. Spending time riding my bike provides the opportunity to witness how light affects the colors of our environment. My weavings are a way to demonstrate to others what I see, however, I encourage each viewer to bring their own experiences and understanding to each piece.I am connected to functionality. My desire is for people to be able to use, touch, and feel what I create. Through experiencing the work of art one can better understand and connect with the maker.

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