Asheboro, NC - Start your holiday shopping on Saturday, December 6, at the Fourth Annual Lark Artists Handmade Holiday art show and sale!  This extravaganza of 30+ area artists will be in uptown Asheboro, NC at 105 Worth Event Centre, Worth Street.  This is a free event, open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  The artists who will be participating in this holiday shopping event are as follows: 

Lark Artists:  Laurie Abela of Abela Bodycare, Amy Keith Barney, Robert Crutchfield of Primitive Knife Artworks/Old Cop Artworks, The Art and Illustration of Rich Powell, and Debra Spinks Art. 

Juried Guest Artists:  Eric Abernethy Photography, Carol Bick of Bead Works, Hillary Bryan of the Addison Bryan Foundation, John Bryan of John's Custom Wood Working, Kimberly Cheek of Knot Only Crochet, Lynne Cockman of Lynne's Lavender, Henrietta Cummings of Edge of the World Farm, Mary Davis of So Madly Quaint, Kelli Delgado of Organic Jewelry, Nicole Elliott of Motley Me Designs, Sheila Parcell Fisher of Sweet Girl Studio's, Evie Forrest of HempWorks Jewelers, Danielle Forrest of Forrest Photography, Barbara Fuller of The Brown Eyed Suzy, Brenda Jones of High Meadow Alpaca Farm, Dana LeBlanc Designs, Deborah Marcus of Visions of Song Photography, Andrew Melos of Razz Custom Woodworking, Linda Murphy of Saturday’s Child, Debbie Pike of Mittie Wren, REclaim REuse REdo, Mike Shinn, Jessa Smith of Plume, Juan Villa of Villa Photography, and Christina York. 

In addition to this fabulous slate of artisans,  Carriage House Teas invites you to join them for a free tea tasting of their Christmas Blend Black Tea, and something different cateringwill offer box lunches, sweet treats, and drinks for purchase throughout the day during your shopping experience. 

This event is the largest mixed-arts/crafts holiday show in Randolph County.  The original works of the vendors include such things as: Pottery, glasswork, paintings, drawings, fine art photography, and mixed media art pieces, papercrafts and woodcrafts, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, decorative knives, hand-sewn, knitted, and crocheted items, hand-stitched fiber wearables, fedoras, upscaled handbags, clothing, and housewares, things for kids and dolls for young and old, garden and home décor pieces, birdhouses,  handmade soaps and lotions, herbal and lavender products, and much, much more! 

There will also be a silent auction at the Handmade Holiday of donated items from participating artists.  Proceeds from this silent auction will be given to the Christians United Outreach Center (CUOC) in an effort to give back to an organization that gives so much to our community all year long. 

Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind one-day event filled with original handiwork and scrumptious food!  Your holiday season will be complete after spending the day at the Handmade Holiday.