Holiday art sale featuring a local artist at High Point November 13 | Arts

Local artists from the Triad will come together on Saturday, November 13 for a HOLIDAY ART SALE. Join us from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1104 N Rotary Dr, High Point for the perfect start to holiday shopping.

There will be artwork by local painters Kathryn Cushwa Gerace and Laurie Mendenhall, handmade pottery by Kelly Brooke Pottery, handmade earrings and bracelets by Mary Lyle Frye and Fiddle Leaf Home & Co. Carolina Red Café will also be featured with locally roasted and cooked coffee. goods.

Kathryn Cushwa Gerace is a native of High Point. Kathryn was raised surrounded by creativity with an interior designer turned art teacher as a father and a self-taught dressmaker mother. From an early age, Kathryn never stopped creating. Through years of hard work and formal education, Kathryn is truly becoming a master at her craft. Ethel B Designs specializes in custom watercolors, hand painted family portraits, digital art prints, note cards, and greeting cards. Our main goal is to make art affordable for everyone! “Create art to capture the moments and joy of life while lighting up your home with pops of color. »Https://

Laurie Mendenhall was born in High Point. In 2005, she started her own business, Lulu and Daisy, specializing in hand-painted key chains and wine stoppers. She got national coverage in Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine with hand painted wine corks. Just recently all new keychains debuted on her Etsy site. Her love of watercolor has fueled her passion for painting and she loves the daring of acrylics. Most of his watercolor work is influenced by interior and exterior design. His acrylics are influenced by contemporary cityscapes and pop culture.

Kelly Brooke Howard has lived in High Point for 10 years and has been a professional potter for 23 years. His training began at Converse College and continued at the Penland School of Crafts. All of Kelly’s unique handcrafted pottery is handcrafted and / or handcrafted from a North Carolina porcelain clay body sourced from Asheville, NC. She uses a centuries-old embossed surface decorating style known as sprigging where she applies individually hand-carved dragonflies and flowers to the hardened and baked leather pots with custom glazes. All work is very durable, food safe, microwave and dishwasher safe.

Mollie and Erin from Fiddle Leaf Home & Co will join us with their wood products. Quality, handcrafted and personalized signs, gifts and decorations for all styles and occasions. the owner, Rodney Byerly, is a resident of High Point. Carolina Red Café serves fresh organic and fairtrade coffees roasted locally in small quantities, as well as a variety of teas and baked goods from Beloved Bake Shoppe. “The main purpose is to honor my mother’s life and legacy – a life she has dedicated to providing love, care and laughter to others, especially in times when they have it. No longer needed. Many aspects of this business were devoted to showing her appreciation for the things she loved most like her love for the color red, Christmas and of course coffee. So while you enjoy your next cup , know that your support for Carol in a Red Café is of great importance!

We look forward to seeing you at this fun outdoor event being held at 1104 N Rotary Dr, High Point, NC 27262. Please wear a mask.

Laura J. Boyer