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Lark Artists Handmade Holiday Art Show Announces Guest Artists & Activities

Posted on 11/12/2013

Asheboro, NC - Start your holiday shopping on Saturday, December 7, at the Lark Artists Handmade Holiday art show!  This extravaganza of 40+ area artists will be in uptown Asheboro, NC at The Exchange, 204 S. Fayetteville Street (parking located in the city municipal lot behind The Exchange---come in the rear entrance).  This is a free event, open to the public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  The artists who will be participating in this holiday shopping event are as follows: 

Lark Artists:  Laurie Abela, Amy Keith Barney, Robert Crutchfield, Rich Powell, Debra Spinks, Melissa Walker.

Juried Guest Artists:  Eric Abernethy, Brooke Avery, Carey Benson, Kim Brownie, Lynne Cockman, Wanda Cox, Cynthia Craven, Rebecca Craven, Henrietta Cummings, Kelli Delgado, Melanie DeLoach, Sheila Parcell Fisher, Mary Jackson, Sandra Johnson, Brenda Jones, Rick Kondracki , Deborah Marcus, Andrew Melos, Linda Murphy, Chrissy Neelon, Jodi Ohl, Debbie Pike, Chris Richter, REclaim REuse REdo, Mike Shinn, Vanessa Smith, Dawn Tagawa, Allison Thomas, Juan Villa, Jacqueline Vruwink, Charles Wade, Darlene Wells, Melissa Womble, Christina York. 

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, woodwork, hand-poured candles, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, hand-sewn items, hand-stitched fiber wearables, metal sculptures, garden and home décor pieces, homemade honey, handmade soaps, papercrafts and woodcrafts, leatherwork, fine art photography, and much more! 

In addition to this fabulous slate of artisans, BrewBakes Coffee and Cake will be on-site the entire day offering box lunches, sweet treats, and drinks for purchase during your shopping experience. 

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 the 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! 

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