The final Door County Wearable Art Show of the season will be held at the Sister Bay Village Hall on Oct. 4 and 5. Contemporary, handcrafted women’s clothing, jewelry, handbags and other fashion accessories will be featured.
Facets Fashions and Affluere Yoga Wear by Mary Mendla emphasizes graceful lines with flowing silhouettes that move with the body.
Angela Lensch, jeweler and Egg Harbor gallery owner, has woven precious metals, gemstones and pearls to complement any garment.
The Door County autumn leaves are reflected in Pat Kroth’s sun-printed silk scarves.
Barb Geurink will show hand-woven scarves and wraps. Marcy Farber of Cousin’s Walk Gallery in Ellison Bay will also show scarves with pockets, along with her collection of folk art garments.
Ilze Heider uses her Latvian heritage to hand paint traditional textile designs on her handbags and accessories.
Pat Rued begins her jackets, tops and scarves with white silk or cotton and dyes the fabric.
Textured fabrics, unique buttons and impeccable detailing are the hallmark of Ann Gainey’s jackets and scarves.
Amy Taylor has a distinct collection of 14K and 18K gold and sterling jewelry constructed of unique hinge work and juxtaposed gemstones.
Sue Donohoo of Soo Hoo Artwear combines new and recycled textiles for jackets, tunics, scarves and shawls.
The Door County Wearable Art Show is open Oct. 4 from 9 am to 5 pm and Oct. 5 from 10 am – 4 pm inside the Sister Bay Village Hall. Admission is free. For more information, call or text Sue at 920.421.0449 or visit doorcountywearableartshow.com.