The PERRELLA GALLERY at FMCC will host the Alumni Art Showcase, opening Friday, July 10th at 6pm.
This is an example of some of Alexandra Higgens of AH Design Solutions work. She can be also found on her facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/alexandra.higgins.39) or her Pinterest Page (https://www.pinterest.com/designwith2/http://alexandrahigginsartist.weebly.com/).
ARTvoice – “Artistic Services, Art School and Arts & Entertainment. My name is Tina Rodriguez! I am an artist and have dedicated my life to my creative endeavors. Art is a place of freedom from me to you. Facebook page: www.facebook.com/artvoicetina Website: https://sites.google.com/site/artvoicetmr/ Etsy store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ARTvoice?ref=hdr_shop_menu&order=price_asc&page=1″
Bailey’s Wings – “Lifting you up through art and energy! I create re-purposed jewelry and art using frozen Charlotte dolls from Germany. They come to me with a little broken. I give Charlotte wings, an empowering word and perhaps a crown, to help her spirit soar! Like each of us, Charlotte is perfect, imperfections and all! My glass art is a groutless mosaic of translucent glass objects and stained glass on old windows or picture frames. Watch the magic happen as the light shines through! I will be offering a glass art sun catcher project at my table for 10 dollars.”
Pamela Curtis of Creative Choice Designs in Niskayuna-NY makes nature-inspired and themed stoneware pottery items that are utilitarian. Her bowls are all food safe and heat resistant. Pam’s multi-use holders are great for business cards, cell phones, kitchen items, and will be on display and sale with other stoneware pieces at Buck Moon.
Artists from Creative Expressions at Lexington-Fulton County Chapter NYSARC, Inc. in Johnstown are seen here at their very successful art opening in May at the Northville Public Library. This artistic showcase is on display in Northville through June. Artwork from the show and other pieces will be for sale at Buck Moon. Stop by their booth and meet some of the artists!
Pottery artist, Rachel Brown of Deep Earth Designs is from NY’s Hudson Valley area and brings to Buck Moon items featuring her array of striking glazes and simple, harmonious forms. Website: http://deepearthdesigns.vpweb.com/
Jessica Van Slyke-Seeley
Photographer John Elliott finds marvelous intricacies, hidden geometries, textures and beauty in his subjects. Water and flowers are his primary fascination, favoring taking images of reflective ponds, waterfalls, blooms and gardens—all of which will be on display for sale at Buck Moon. Website: http://www.johnelliottphotography.com/
Judith Goldstone Designs creates handcrafted, one-of-a-kind jewelry for all ages. I work with eco-friendly, non-animal materials, and natural stones. Website: www.judithgoldstonedesigns.com
Here’s a hand-built stoneware pocket vase with wood handle from potter Kathryn Larsen that is Raku fired and shows a variety of glazes. “My work is both eclectic and functional,” says Larsen from Nassau-NY and she will have many items for display and sale at Buck Moon.
Kim Dolan Designed Jewelry
Kissing Dog Designs
Designer Carol A. McIntosh, owner of Leaning Tree Designs, is a native of Schenectady who lives at Caroga Lake in the Southern Adirondacks of NY. Carol will have for display and sale at Buck Moon her unique collection of hand crafted sterling silver jewelry, created from unusual semi-precious gemstones, freshwater pearls and Swarovski crystals in beautiful color combinations. Website: http://leaningtreedesigns.com/
Liberty ARC Liberty’s THROUGH-THE-ARTS Program has regularly scheduled art classes and a shop selling art created by individuals, including paintings, art-themed calendars, notecards, and more. Stop by their vendor booth at the festival!
Artist Linda Biggers will have a vendor booth at Buck Moon. She creates fine art mosaics using eggshell, as well as stained glass and mixed media mosaics, incorporating a variety of materials including tempered glass, beads, stained glass, slate, pebbles, tile and eggshell. To see more of her work, visit: http://www.eggshellmosaicart.com/
Linda Koller paints with a variety of water soluble media such as watercolors, acrylics, gouache, and ink. I often combine several in the same painting working with a layering technique to create texture and depth of color. You can find her on Facebook at http://facebook.com/linda.kollar.1
Mike Hine Photography
Cheryl Bielli, owner of Mrs. B’s Petite Gallery & Studio in Gloversville, works with pastels, oils, and watercolor. She enjoys making house portraits, like the cottage seen here, and gives presentations at local schools encouraging young artists. Cheryl is bringing a variety of her work to Buck Moon and will also offer sketches and caricatures from her booth all weekend.
Original silkscreening by Eric Melito of One ON 1 Designs will be available at Buck Moon. To see more of his work visit his website at: One On 1 Design or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pinewoods Potters was established in 1977 on Pinewoods Avenue in Troy-NY and owner Mary La Fleur will have her creations at Buck Moon. La Fleur’s educational background is in music and the patterns and designs used in her pottery remind her of the movement and rhythm in music, as seen here in Dancer. To see more of their work visit their website at: www.pinewoodspotters.net or email her at email@example.com.
Sacandaga Soetelers: “All of my handwovens are colorful, unique, one-of-a-kind, very durable meant to be worn and used. Many of the items are woven from historical patterns. Stop by Booth #5 & say ‘hello.’”
Sacred Journey Ceramics is hand-thrown pottery with a spiritual twist and mythological roots by artist James Best. Check out his Buck Moon booth for a variety of items such as this mask. Website: http://sacredjourneyceramics.com/
Sandra J.Peters of Photography Creations will have a variety of matted and framed nature images of flowers and landscapes, plus greeting cards, for sale at Buck Moon.
Sister’s Wicked Good Soaps are naturally hand crafted and ‘magically’ blended to be gentle to your skin and harm none. These soaps are easy to use. ~ Just add water. Look for their soaps locally at the Mohawk Harvest Co-Op, 50 N. Main St. Gloversville.
The Crafty Quilter
Gloversville native Warren Greene has taken photos in the Adirondacks for over 30 years. He is widely known for his up close and personal images of birds and says the secret is patience. Co-author of “Birds of the Adirondacks” and honored as Photographer of the Month by the New Jersey Audubon/Cape May Bird Observatory, Greene is bringing his work to Buck Moon for display and sale.
Woodlings‘ Ellen Adamson works in the medium of wood burning. To find out more about her work, visit the Woodlings website at www.woodlings.co.
Made hot & fresh before your eyes, Adirondack Kettle Korn is coming to Buck Moon and bringing fresh-squeezed lemonade, too. Don’t miss it!
Alaska Coffee Roastery:
Chartwells Dining Services provides delicious food for the college all year long and they will be grilling hot sausages & peppers, hot dogs, and corndogs at Buck Moon. You’ll also find homemade chips, water & soft drinks at their booth located just outside the Student Union. Website: http://www.dineoncampus.com/fmcc/
Don Don’s Delights is a home based bakery in Clifton Park specializing in gourmet cookies only. Their motto is “We Bake What You Can’t Buy”. Their website is www.dondonsdelights.com.
Deb Mustico of Ice Delites is bringing all-natural, handmade fruit and flavor blends in packets that, when at home, can be added to wine and blended with ice to make delicious wine slushies. At Buck Moon, taste her non-alcoholic blends of refreshing party mixes and other products.
Ever been to the Annual Johnstown Block Party in August held at Partner’s Pub? Well, the Lanzi FAMILY will be serving up those same Block Party special steak sandwiches and black bean burgers at Buck Moon in mid-July. Come get one hot off the grill!
SARATOGA PEANUT BUTTER CO. owner Jessica Arceri shows their various products that will be for sale at Buck Moon. “We Started at Nuts And Then Went Crazy!!!”
Snappy Dogs LLC:
STEWART’S SHOPS have signed on to scoop delicious ice cream during our Buck Moon weekend. Yum!
Wineries and Tastings:
AMORICI is a New York Farm Winery, engaging in sustainable farming practices. It is located in Southern Washington County; a short drive from the Capital District. Amorici produces handcrafted, naturally processed wines sourced entirely from New York State grown grapes. Amorici grows four varieties of cold, hearty grapes—Aromella, Kay Gray, Fontenac, and Marquette—others are sourced from the Finger Lakes region and Long Island. Come taste some of their wine at Buck Moon July 11th. Website: http://amoricivineyard.com/
“Escape from the Normal”—and they mean it at HUMMINGBIRD HILLS WINERY, mixing many unique blends and flavors to create their products. Situated on a former dairy farm in Fultonville-NY, they are the first active winery in Montgomery County, producing all their wine from their own 22,000 grape vines, and elderberries, apples and dandelions spread over 26 acres while enjoying the company of hummingbirds. Come sample their wine at Buck Moon. Website: http://hummingbirdhillswinery.com/
LAKELAND WINERY, founded in 2005 by Syracuse resident Andy Watkins, was the first custom winemaking facility in New York. In addition to its retail sales, Lakeland sells winemaking kits for individuals or groups to make and bottle their own custom wines on the premises. Taste their wines at Buck Moon and find out how to make your own. Website: http://www.lakelandwinery.com/
Ever tasted hard cider? Named after the 1770s Dutch form of bowling played by Henry Hudson’s sailors while exploring the upstate NY region, NINE PIN CIDERWORKS delivers the crisp refreshing taste of hard cider in the heart of Albany-NY. Using farm fresh apples from the Hudson Valley & Capital Region, including those grown from seed on the del Peral family farm, Alejandro del Peral crafts delicious NY Hard Cider. Nine Pin is offering tastings and product for sale at Buck Moon. Website:http://www.ninepincider.com/
The Thousand Islands Winery was the first winery in the Thousand Islands region and boasts not only multiple acres of vineyards, but also breathtaking scenery, a fun and unique tasting room atmosphere, and of course 22 varieties of our award winning wines! Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and step into a world where wine and laughter are your only priorities. We invite you to taste our hand crafted wines for yourself and Wine Down in the Islands!