Holiday Gift Faire
Celebrating local art
|Address:||3 Bayview Avenue
Belvedere, CA 94920
Holiday Gift Faire
A celebration of local artists & unique gifts galore!
Nibbles, sips & crafts for kids, live music
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
3 Bayview Ave., Belvedere
Saturday, November 10, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sunday, November 11, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Virginia Knepper Doyle
Bethany Eden, watercolors
Jaleh Etemad: As an artist, my objective is to make art that is both revealing and accessible but also acts as a muse for the viewer, one that inspires, creates anticipation, and provides intellectual and visual stimulation. I gather my inspiration from people, books, dreams, and unexpected emotions. I paint and layer many symbols such as fragments of maps, letters, ancient inscriptions, photos both found and self-taken, found objects and mementos, and contemporary poetry onto my canvases. (right)
Joyce Griffin is a Belvedere artist who works in acrylics (right) and has a special love for nature.
Jocelyn Knight, photographs. https://www.jocelynknight.com/
Dyonne Philipott, watercolors on found wood
Graciela Placak, watercolors
Bill Post, oils
Tom Sennett, graphic designs
Shari Young, pencil drawings
Paintings by the late Jim Levorsen, courtesy of Anne Hammer
Three-Dimensional Artists and Artisans
Annelies Atchley, varied crafts
Keith Bartel is a local goldsmith, creating one-of-a-kind jewelry (above) with gold, platinum and gemstones in his atelier on Tiburon's Ark Row. His work is inspired by geometric forms and nature and interpreted in precious metals with a high level of craftmanship. https://keithbartel.com/
Anne Browne, marmalade
Eva Claiborne, lavender skincare products. https://tiburonskincare.com/
Olive DePonte, crocheted toys (right) in a variety of colors
Virginia Knepper Doyle, story baskets and painted socks, shoelaces and aprons
Bethany Eden, prints and cards featuring her watercolor paintings
Carole Engler, CD
Peter Engler, novel, The Unselling of the President, a Ben Coleman thriller
Dana Garrick, wreaths made from cork and straw
Jan Klyce, children's book with CD
Ruchika M. Khanna/Mantra 9, handcrafted jewelry from natural products. www.mantra9.com
Libby Mills, hand-painted ties, scarves, wallhangings and table runners (right)
Anita Ostrom, ceramics
Daria Painter, jewelry (right) www.dariapainterdesigns.com
Leela Pratt: I loved the holidays at my grandparent's house on Cape Cod, so my offerings reflect that gentler time: hand-made, old-fashioned games like "Carnival-style baseball tin-can throw" and roll-up checkerboards, and a sharing game for around the family table or fireplace. I'll also offer Fall/Winter centerpieces and embellished candlesticks that reflect our beautiful natural environment here in Marin County (below).
Ingrid Wheeler, jewelry with semi-precious stones
Judy Wilson, preserves, baked goods & chocolate
Artists will donate a percentage of their sales to a scholarship fund for Marin children from low-income families to attend Camp Create, an arts summer camp at St. Stephen's.