The Return of Wearable Art to Sister Bay Village Hall

The Door County Wearable Art Show returns to the Sister Bay Village Hall Oct. 3-4. Amy Taylor and her Kinda Nifty Hinged Jewelry will be shown at this year’s show, featuring her 14K and 18K gold and sterling silver jewelry. Her work is completely constructed (no cast elements) with an emphasis on unique hinge work, gemstone color juxtapositions as well as found objects such as beach glass and rock.

Being born and raised in Evanston, Illinois, it is no surprise that she is influenced by the prominent Chicago architecture, blacksmithed gates and fences that lined her walk to school. Hinges and anything metal are a recurring theme in her art. She is thrilled to return to the peninsula to reconnect with her growing clientele, hike the county with her husband, and join her artist friends for this two-day event.

Hosted by Baileys Harbor fiber artist Sue Donohoo of Soo Hoo Artwear, the event consists of 10 artists and their handcrafted apparel, accessories and jewelry. 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 at Waterfront Park. Admission is free. For more information, visit, or call or text Donohoo at 920.421.0449.


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