We are two days into the Holiday Bazaar at the Rochester Museum & Science Center. Lots of fun so far, and some new friends, like the guys at MonkeyBizniz who make the most fascinating, decorated boxes. Their work inspired Elizabeth to make the following. (Although we must be honest: this does NOT do justice to their work!)
Elizabeth made some lovely originals for this show, all Christmas themed. I will leave you with a sample, and the hope that you were able to make it to the show!
In just 10 days, Elizabeth will be returning to Rochester, New York, where she will once again take part in the 41st Annual Holiday Bazaar & Crafts Sale at the Rochester Museum & Science Center. Here is how they describe it:
Featuring nearly 200 fine artists and craftspeople, making this the largest sale in its history, the Holiday Bazaar's unique items include ceramics, jewelry, glass, woodwork, photography, painting, printmaking, sculpture, fiber arts, floral crafts and more!
The times and dates are:
Friday, November 18: 5-9pm
Saturday, November 19: 9:30am-5pm
Sunday, November 20: 11am-4pm
The RMSC is such a fantastic place to hold a show, because there is so much to see there even if you are not looking at the artists and craftspeople!
Elizabeth Wolff Designs will be on the Mezzanine level. If you come up the elevator, when the doors open, you will be looking directly at her booth. We hope to see you there!
Elizabeth seems to be making western New York State her second home: she's doing TWO shows there in the same month, and the Women's Council has invited her back to their November Holiday Bazaar at the Rochester Museum and Science Center.
The Corn Hill Arts Festival takes place in one of the oldest sections of Rochester, filled with impressive old architecture, nice new buildings, and (in our experience) friendly people. Perhaps 200,000 people attended last weekend, and lots of people stopped in Elizabeth's booth (see the pictures below for her setup) to ooh and aah over her artwork.
She had a fun time talking to everyone who came through, as well as to her neighboring artists. She was surrounded by painting and prints, jewelry, and photography. And the food at Corn Hill wasn't bad, either! She's looking forward to the last weekend in July, when she'll come back to the area to do the Waterfront Arts Festival at the north end of Canandaigua Lake. See you there!
Elizabeth is just back from her "professional debut" at the Rochester Museum & Science Center in Rochester, NY. She has visited friends near there before, but this was the first time she spent much time in the city itself. She saw a lot of East Avenue and its magnificent houses.
The museum show was a lot of fun. She enjoyed meeting the ladies of the Women's Council, who were very gracious and supportive. She brought back pictures of her booth. I've included one of them below.
The space was on the Mezzanine, right outside the elevator. Good thing, too! Her helpers didn't have to haul everything up and down the stairs every time!
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My name is Arthur. I live in a very comfortable home in Woodville, and have a very large family. I try to keep track of all of Elizabeth's comings and goings so that I can keep you all up-to-date!