The Door County Wearable Art Show (DCWAS) is almost here. Contemporary, artist-made women’s clothing, accessories and jewelry will transform the Sister Bay Village Hall into a boutique. The show is scheduled for Sept. 30, 9 am – 5 pm, and Oct. 1, 10 am – 4 pm. A wide range of styles, sizes and prices are available for one-of-a-kind women who like original designs.
Ann Gainey returns to DCWAS with AnnLouise Fashions. Gainey specializes in jackets and tops in wool, silk, and cotton. Jacket styles are created in a classic style with a unique design twist and accenting with vintage and designer buttons. Tops are contemporary in style, tapping into styles of today.
New to the show is Lana Vosk from Mequon. Vosk designs and creates one-of-a-kind garments and accessories with natural fibers. Her creations are exclusive, versatile and skillfully hand-made. Each stitch can be felt with fingers and with heart. Her creative process is bursting with improvisation.
Pat Rued returns for her seventh year in a row with her exceptional collection of jackets and tops featuring an interplay of color, texture and pattern. “I frequently combine printed organic forms with more complex manipulated patterning. Several finished fabric pieces are cut and sewn to make a classic garment shape,” said Rued.
Stay cozy with Recycled Warmth as local wearable artist, Shirley Senarighi of Sturgeon Bay, returns with a new collection of upcycled wearables and accessories. Joining her is local artist Maggie Stover, known for her handmade mittens.
There will also be a number of jewelers featured at the show.
The Door County Wearable Art Show thanks Sister Bay’s own Tapuat Kombucha for sponsoring the show this year. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call organizer Angela Lensch at 920.868.5088 or visit doorcountywearableartshow.com.