Door County’s Wearable Art Show

Coat by Pat Rued

The Sister Bay Village Hall at Waterfront Park will be transformed into a wearable art boutique and show on August 20 and 21. Contemporary, artist-made women’s apparel, accessories and jewelry will fill the hall with a wide range of styles, sizes and price points.

The 10 artists from across the country will converge in the heart of Sister Bay for a fiber fest and sisterhood reunion. Mona! will feature her funky, recycled jackets and sweaters. Mary Mendla of Facets Fashions will take a different tone by emphasizing impeccable fit and flair with her Basic Elements and seasonal line. Pat Rued’s hand-painted and dyed jackets, coats and vests are expertly tailored with many made to order. Hand painting and dyeing are also components of constructions by Gabriele and Kathy Skomsky. Judy Ritter will display her exotic yarns and combinations of yarn, fused glass, semi-precious stones and raku.

Owner of Soo Hoo Artwear, Sue Donohoo, is hosting the show with her own sculptural scarves and versatile accessories. Jewelers Polly Daeger and Hedda Lubin will display their distinct styles using copper, brass and sterling. Door County’s own Angela Lensch will be joining the group for the fashion show and reception at 5:30 pm on Saturday with her woven, sculptural jewelry of precious metal, gemstones, pearls, beads and more.

The two-day event will take place August 20 from 10 am – 7 pm and August 21 from 10 am – 4 pm. The Fashion Show and Reception will take place at 5:30 pm on August 20.

For more information, call 920.421.0449.