Holiday Craft Show

Our Holiday Craft Show is the Best Yet!

The “From Our Hands” holiday Craft Show is now open at Falling Rivers Gallery. Over 20 crafters have set up booths in the gallery show space offering holiday decor, Christmas ornaments, unique gifts and more.

Check out our holiday decor – hand-painted ornaments, tree skirts, sea shell Christmas trees, Santa under glass, and other creative ideas.

Want to stay warm this winter? Or add some style to your wardrobe? Our crafters have handmade hats, scarves, handbags and other apparel that you will love.

If you have someone that is hard to shop for, we have some unique gifts that they will enjoy. How about a straw basket? Or a wood-turned hummingbird house? We also have music boxes and kaleidoscopes, as well as soaps, lotions, wooden bowls, and bird feeders.

So don’t wait until the last minute and the shelves are bare – many items are one-of-a-kind. Come early for the best selection and plan to spend time browsing just to see what you might find.

2017 SAG Member’s Show

The Stanly Arts Guild Fall Member’s Show is in full swing at Falling Rivers Gallery. This show is open to all Stanly arts Guild members and visual art forms. It is judged in three categories – Photography, 2D Art (e.g. watercolor, acrylics, oils) and 3D Art (pottery, glass, wood, fiber).

Our show this year is sponsored by Roger and Gina Martin. Roger is an Albemarle native and an award-winning bronze sculptor. You can learn more about him and his work at http://www.rogeramartin.com. Thank you Roger and Gina!

The show is open through November 2nd, with a reception and awards presentation on November 2nd at the SAG monthly meeting. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Winners for Photography are:

  • First Place – “House of Mirrors” by Ed Lipe
  • Second Place – “Fix Me Up Please” by Rodney Rock
  • Third Place – “The Wood Worker” by Bill Ferree
  • Judy Ferree and Hannah Cooper also received honorable mentions for their entries

House of Mirrors

Fix Me Up Please

The Wood Worker

Winners for 3-Dimensional Art are:

  • First Place – “A Bowl to Behold” by Dave Arey
  • Second Place – “Dimpled Coffee Pot” by Nancy Lipe
  • Third Place – “Autumn” by Bill Sue Davis
  • Lorrie Hatley and Jane Rogers also received honorable mentions for their entries

A Bowl to Behold

Dimpled Coffee Pot

Autumn

Winners for 2-Dimensional Art are:

  • First Place – “Pears” by Anita Ammerman
  • Second Place – “Looking Inside the Apple Bin” by Dianne Roberts
  • Third Place – “Only the Shadow Knows” by Jackie Layman
  • Carol Poplin and Rhonda Earnhardt also received honorable mentions for their entries

Pears

Looking Inside the Apple Bin

Only the Shadow Knows