Wearable Art Show at Sister Bay Village Hall

Flamenco Fern scarf by Laura Kochevar.

The third annual wearable art show will fill the Sister Bay Village Hall with contemporary, artist-made apparel, accessories and jewelry. Hosted by Sue Donohoo of Soo Hoo Artwear, the show will offer a wide range of styles and visitors can meet the artists and see their original designs.

Artists and their wares include: fiber artist Rosemarie Mellenberger and her fall line of sweaters and hats; Marcy Farber will exhibit her needle felted and folk art apparel and jewelry; hand-painted coats, jackets and tops, expertly tailored by Pat Rued; Mary Mendla will show Affluere, her dance fitness apparel line, and Facets Fashions, basics and seasonal clothing; Barb Geurink with hand-woven scarves and shawls; Laura Kochevar’s felted scarves and accessories; handbags and other leather accessories by Ilze Heider; jeweler Polly Daeger will show silver and copper pieces; Egg Harbor jeweler Angela Lensch will show precious metal wire pieces with gemstones and pearls; and Donohoo will show her eco-conscious clothing designs.

The Barn Quilts of Door County will also participate in the two-day event as a fundraiser for future projects. All proceeds from the sale of their work will benefit the 4-H project.

The Door County Wearable Art Show is Aug. 24, 9 am – 5 pm, and Aug. 25, 10 am – 4 pm. The Sister Bay Village Hall is located at 10693 N. Bay Shore Drive at Waterfront Park. Admission is free. For more information, call 920.421.0449 or go to