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Garden Art Sale

Sunday, June 28, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Delaware Park Lodge

84 Parkside Avenue, Buffalo, NY
Rain or shine

No garden is complete without art. Need something unique or handmade to complete your garden art collection? Visit vendors of nature-themed items or works that can be displayed in a garden setting, in many mediums: sculpture, metalwork, paintings, woodwork, architectural remnants, found art, jewelry, ceramics, planters – anything that looks good in a garden!

 

Avenue of Plant Societies
Representatives from our diverse area plant societies will be on hand to answer your questions about their specialty plants!

 

2015 vendors:

Anne Brierley
Steps and Stones
Hypertufa bird baths

 

Ann Campbell
By Ann
Garden flags, handpainted vases

 

Jim Clark
Copperman
Whimiscal copper garden art/sculptures

Carol Conwall
Buffalo's Mark
Novelty Buffalo card art that capture genre of floral, fauna themed art, natural stone coasters

Lorraine Cummings
Lorraine's Concrete Leaves
Concrete bird baths using real leaves

David Cyr
Creative Copper Wire
Handcrafted garden items-glass and copper, suncatchers

Paula d'Amico
Blessings by Nature
Baskets and sachets made with fresh herbs

 

Bonnie Finkbeiner
Sticks and Stones
Leaf castings, driftwood articles butterfly houses, rock candles

 

Katie Foley
Creekside Art & Pottery
Functional Pottery - bird baths/feeders, pots, vases


Debi Gravell
The Cracked Pot
3-D clay pots with handmade flowers, garden signs, 3-D clay figurines, glass vases

 

Gerald Guenther
Maple View Farm
Handmade wooden garden and yard ornaments and salad bowls

Cynthia Harter
Garden Glass Flowers
Antique colored glass garden art flowers

Constance Krueger
Jewels of the Lake
Repurposed solar sconces, plant markers, seed hull catchers, plant markers from, tablespoons, sea glass jewelry

 

Alan Leising
Copper Creations
Copper/recycled metal garden sculptures, bird feeders, sprinklers


Robin Lenhard
Aremel Soaps
Handcrafted soaps, scrubs, bug repellant spray, garden themed soaps, gardeners soaps

 

James Maloney
Live Art
Uses tufa rock to drill, chisel, hammer to reshape and then insert live plants

 

Barry Nichols
Heart of Franklinville
Concrete garden statuary

 

Mary Paufler
Purple Charity
Repurposed chairs

 

Regina Rexford
Raku pottery and fused glass jewelry

 

Jeanne Schweikhard
SLAP
Handmade garden signs, vegetable prints, reclaimed hanging planters


Deborah Stewart
Salamander Pottery
Ceramic pots, planters, plant-based sculpture

 

Mary Terziani
Mary Terziani Glass
Glass Fused glass flowers, sun catchers, winchimes, ornaments, platters

 

Heather Whitney
Creations by Heather Gillette
Sculpture in stained glass and wire and watercolor paintings

 

Mark Witol
Designer Mailbox
Metal garden art



 
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