Union Station - Venue 2017
The annual "marketplace" in Great Hall of the train station features over 30 artists and crafters! Thousands of people come through! ArtSpace Hartford is just across the street in walking distance where you can see dozens of artists, their studios and home to the OSH Group Show ... a "snapshot" of the entire Open Studio tour.
Park in the Union Station lot or Free on the street. In Great Hall (where the artists were located), $5 parking vouchers will be available by exchanging your ticket and paying cash.
SHUTTLE STOP: Corner of Union and Asylum Street across from ArtSpace
2017 OSH Artists at Union Station's Great Hall!
Ceil Rossi Carefree Gourd Gallery, Fine art sculptured gourds
david elliott, Photographys that speak, even with the volume is absent. Images to create change
Dennis Peabody, Explorations using glasses of all sorts, stained, dichroic, fused, and etched.
Elle Fagan Art, Holiday - Original Watercolor on canvas 23x36 unframed 31x44 framed
Emilie Cohen Jewelry, Handmade, contemporary silver and gold jewelry w/semi & precious stones
Fern Street Designs by Cara Stimmel, limited edition, vintage assemblage jewelry and accessories
Gig Lavery, Small clay animal sculptures
Glaze n glory, Functional pottery
Joanna Biskupski, Unique jewelry: silver combined with semi-precious stones, leather & porcelain
Jon Eastman, Clocks, constructions and collages
Junkpot Studio, Hand thrown and sculpted functional ceramic work inspired by the love of junk
Karen Burke Photography, Whimsical animal prints using Photoshop, greeting cards, calendars and magnets
Karen Drazen, Each piece of jewelry is inspired by my vast collection of beads
Karen Rossi Studios, Whimsical designs in metal with mixed media. Artworks celebrates life & friends.
Kelly Mann of Unique Visions, Contemporary, colorful, unique jewelry and objects d'art
Lauren Young, Pottery Inspired By Architecture
Linda Davidson, OOAK jewelry made with artisan components from all over the world
LuLu's Knits & Felts, Contemporary knit & feltwear, hand-spun & hand-dyed fibers
Lynn Ferrari, Lilliputian (little) people made from a mixture of junk and imagination
Michael Toti, Mixed media and paper collage, using watercolor, pastels, inks and paints.
Molly McGuire Ceramics, Decorative and functional ceramic wares
Now and Then, Retro/modern oilcloth designs for personal use and the home
Roffey Woodturning, Wood turned pens, peppermills, bowls
tiny dino, Functional and decorative items and in ceramic and textile
TJV-ann artist, Aquatic exploration - Botanically based - Imaginary wonderings
Virginia Seeley, Historic buildings and monuments of Hartford and NYC made out of clay.