Early American Artisans Fair

Go West

Woodcut by Gustave Baumann, 1901, courtesy Art Institute of Chicago

Ten minutes west of my house is a line separating Pennsylvania from Ohio and the official Midwest.  I’m looking forward to crossing for a very short jaunt westward at the beginning of November when I’ll be at the Early American Artisans Fair in Millersburg, Ohio.  There, I’ll be demonstrating and talking greenwood carving with whoever feels like joining in, so if you’re in the area, stop by.  I can talk and make chips at the same time.

As you can see at the link above, there will be plenty to see and do.  I’m looking forward to seeing some incredible artisans with diverse skills and backgrounds.  Many who are coming have been featured on the Colonial Homestead Artisans Guild blog recently.  While you’re in Millersburg, you can stop in at Colonial Homestead and drool over the tools.  Dan Raber has created a special place there and now he’s put together what promises to be a fantastic event.



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3 Responses to Early American Artisans Fair

  1. onerubbersoul says:

    Looks like a wonderful event, enjoy the trip across the border : )

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  2. Eric Goodson says:

    Man if this was closer I would definitely go. Have a great time.

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  3. Pingback: Treasures from Millersburg | David Fisher, Carving Explorations

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