Ten Regional and Local Artists Included in Wearable Art Show

Contemporary women’s apparel, accessories and jewelry will transform the Sister Bay Village Hall into an indoor boutique on Oct. 3 and 4. Meet the 10 regional and local artists and experience their original designs. From the innovative use of recycled materials to elegant high fashion, these artists will present a wide array of distinctive styles, extensive range of sizes and prices for any budget.

The Door County autumn leaves are reflected in Pat Kroth’s sun-printed silk scarves which use darkroom techniques and actual leaves in the dyeing process.

Marcy Farber, artist/owner of Cousin’s Walk Gallery in Ellison Bay, has a new line of hand-painted recycled blouses, needle felted jackets and scarves, collage jewelry and painted collage aprons.

Facets Fashions and Affluere Yoga Wear by Mary Mendla emphasizes graceful lines with flowing silhouettes that move with the body.

Local jeweler Angela Lensch has woven precious metals, gemstones and pearls to complement any garment.

Jacket by Wendy Carpenter.

Jacket by Wendy Carpenter.

Wendy Carpenter, artist/owner of Interfibers Studio Gallery in Fish Creek, will feature jackets patterned off an existing Tibetan coat. White silk or cotton is shibori-dyed, painted and stamped by Pat Rued.

Felted wools and other recycled fibers are used by Kyra Miller for her mittens, bags and Lupus awareness items.

Mary Stock combines semi-precious stones, leather and found objects for her roughed Stock Yard collection of wrap bracelets.

Amy Taylor has a distinct collection of 14K and 18K gold and sterling silver jewelry constructed of unique hinge work and juxtaposed gemstones.

Sue Donohoo of Soo Hoo Artwear combines new and recycled textiles for an ever-changing array of jackets, tunics, scarves and shawls.

The Door County Wearable Art Show is open Oct. 3, 9 am – 5 pm, and Oct. 4, 10 am – 4 pm, inside the Sister Bay Village Hall. Admission is free.


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