Wearable Art Show at Sister Bay Village Hall

Couture coat by Skye and Peter Ciesla of Bayzli Studio.

The Sister Bay Village Hall at Waterfront Park will be transformed into a wearable art boutique on August 25 and 26. Contemporary, artist-made women’s apparel, accessories and jewelry will fill the hall with a variety of styles, sizes and prices.

Eleven artists from Hendersonville, NC; Chicago; Milwaukee; Madison and Door County will converge for this fiber fest. Skye and Peter Ciesla of Bayzli Studio will feature sculptural neckwear, jewelry and custom couture coat collection. Mona Groban will bring hand-painted sweaters, tunics and accessories. Pat Rued will bring expertly tailored jackets, coats and vests. Hand-painting and dyeing are also components of Kathy Skomsky’s constructions and Pat Kroth’s silk scarves. Ilze Heider’s leather collection includes hand-painted handbags and accessories. Polly Daeger features brass, copper and sterling jewelry and Nancy Krahn’s jewelry includes 14K rose and yellow gold pendants, earrings and rings.

Artists will also use this show to introduce new lines. Mary Mendla of Facets Fashions will introduce her Affluere Dance and Exercise lines. Marcy Farber, owner of Cousin’s Walk Gallery, has a new line of recycled collage jewelry. Event Hostess Sue Donohoo, of Soo Hoo Artwear, has a new line of apparel featuring Door County plants, recycled quality textiles and sculptural scarves.

The show is open from 9 am – 6 pm on August 25 and 10 am – 4 pm on August 26. This event is free and open to the public.

For more information visit or call 920.421.0449.

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