Thursday, June 29, 2023

Westport’s Ledge Hill Studio presents an Art Explosion

Ledge Hill Studio Art Explosion

Westport NY 
Join us on Saturday, July 1st 2023 from 4pm -8pm at Ledge Hill Studio Downtown (6480 Main Street, Westport, NY 12993) for The Art Explosion! We will be revealing the latest mix of eclectic artwork from local artists such as… Ginger Lambert, Debra Kahler, Dennon Waluntrus and Robert Powell, Alison Weld  and of course by LHSD owner, Carolyn ‘Polly’ Vanderhoof.

Live music will be featured by local band, Marie Marie and refreshments will be served.

Ledge Hill Studio Downtown is an eclectic business centered around ART. The atelier has a flowing art show of Carolyn Polly’s art and many other accomplished artists.  We feature four ART OPENINGS a year spotlighting regional art, eclectic art, hand craft and functional art pottery, Adirondack craft, printed and photography cards.

The newest art and the art process is on display at the atelier.  Carolyn Polly or one of the staff are most often making when you stop in.  LHSD functions both as a personal art studio, a classroom space, a gallery and a gift shop.

We hope to cultivate interest, support emerging artists, and keep ART in the hearts of all those who pass through our doors.

Local crafters sell their organic beeswax, soy and vegetable based candles. We have the Soap Guys collection of Chaga and essential oils soaps, lotions and potions. Misfit Farms stocks goat’s milk salves and shampoo bars. Notes of Nature has her collection of  aromatherapy products sourced locally from her own gardens.

Speaking of gardens -Mary Godnick has lovely packages of her own organic seed for Calendula, Wild Flower, and Sunflower seed packs.

Handcrafted jewelry is abundant. Necklaces of sterling silver and turquoise and delicate semi-precious gemstone by Willow Wind Studios,  earrings and ADK bracelets from Julie Biselle. The Westport coaster sets, mugs, cards are by Joanne Mazzotte.

The Pottery is so well crafted and made by 3 excellent crafters years in the business of making – Clarke Pottery, New Moon Pottery, and Sad Radish all keep us well stocked with cups, bowls and vases.

The co-owner Peter Vanderhoof makes darling and rugged wooden toys. Rolling elephants, rolling rabbits, rolling turtles make his shelf with Safari Trucks, Helicopters and planes-a nice gift for the young and young at heart.

At this time all the classes at LHSD are taught by Carolyn Polly Vanderhoof.  One should contact her through this website and set up individually for a single or a session of classes designed for the artist.

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