More Displays from the Garrison Craft Fair
This stunning display belongs to GaryYatteau, who constructs sailboat models of wood, copper, and antique brass. I so admire the skill of this clever and talented artist, who not only makes one of a kind yacht sculptures, but also built these neat pilings, shelves and a nautical box to show them off. His customers must feel like they’ve entered a seaside village in Newport or Nantucket.
Artist April DeMarco avoids the stuffy formality of woolly Propanels and had the excellent idea of showing her original artwork attached to wooden planks that she then ties to her tent. It matches the outdoorsy, rustic feel of her equine paintings and looks great!
Virginia Piazza Hand Thrown Porcelain has such a pure, sophisticated simplicity to her work and her display. Two tables with complementary tablecloth colors, a simple wooden hutch, a few clear plexiglass stands, and a vase of flowers makes up her river’s edge display. See how the aqua sets off her white and yellow glazes.
Beautiful and irresistible!
Be sure to keep checking the HVNY Blog for our latest posts. Later this month is I will attend the Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, NY. This is a major high end fair and I will be sure to share with you what these craftspeople do to make their work stand out for the crowds.
Jody Lee from astudiobythesea.etsy.com