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is located at
3530 Tye River Road
Amherst, VA 24521
ph. 434-263-6508
email - Notforgottenfarmwitch@gmail.com

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Monday, November 17, 2014

From Our Hands ... and Hearts ~

The sleepy little town of Peninsula, Ohio
 is as quaint as any one depicted in the Currier & Ives prints from days gone by.

Church steeples reaching towards the heavens...
…charming-ly painted homes with gingerbread trim in
colors of red, mustard, brown & sage  heralded us from both sides of the road ~
both welcoming and guiding us towards the beautifully historic
Boston Township Hall
where we would be gathering for the show.

Friends & Folks were lining up early in the cold sunshine outside the hall,
~ down the sidewalk and around the corner.

{the PSS members were first in line, of course ~ chattering with excitement and anticipation}

Lori Ann & Rebecca were the perfect hostesses 
~ greeting us with their beautiful smiles and personalities...

here are photos of the artisan's booths before the doors opened ~
I'll let them speak for themselves….

Lori Ann Corelis ~ The Spotted Hare

Notforgotten Farm ~ (and Miss Joan)

Marilyn Wilmore ~ Hooked Rugs

Allen Cunningham

Marta Urban ~ Fraktur

Dean Hicks

Orchard Canyon ~ Tinware

Kathy Bonnes ~ Homespun Antiques

Leisa Kirtley

Jane Theobald ~ Nantucket Baskets

Stacy Nash

Lanna Omlor ~ Humble Rugs

Scott Smith ~ Rucus Studio

Nicol Sayre

Schooner Redware & Pottery

Jerry & Darla Arnold

Christine Miller Antiques

Mark Kimball Moulton  ~ Author & Photographer

Rebekah L. Smith ~ Folk Artist

Kelsey A. Smith ~ Fraktur

{{ If I've missed anyone, please forgive }}
I'm sure there are more photos out 'there' on the web ~
I want to thank Lori Ann & Rebekah for all of their hard work & hospitality ~

I would like to thank everyone who came out to the show
for their smiling faces & support of what we do…

* Blessed be * 


HomeSpunPrims said...

Such a great show with so many wonderful artists. Sure wish I could have attended. Thanks for sharing the pics Lori. Hope you did well there. Have a great day. Lori

Pat said...

So that's what it looked like before the "crowd" invaded?!

labfarm22 said...

Love all the pics, so many wonderful booths. Your chalkboard drawing would make a great cross stitch chart too. Just saying.....,

Sarah pauline said...

Delightful, thank you for sharing your photos. What a fun weekend it must have been.

summersundays-jw said...

What a wonderful show! Makes me want to start a project! Jan

NMK said...

Wow....every booth looks so interesting ! Beautiful !!! Love the chalk board behind you too ! Hope you had a great show !

Bobbie said...

Love, love, love all of these artisans!! Looks like it was such a wonderful show. I love your art work on the chalk board..you are such a talent, Lori! And the picture of you is adorable!!

Daniela Bencúrová said...

WOW! Everything so beautiful !!!

marly said...

If my voice wasn't gone I would be whining loudly. Thank you so much for the photos. What a gathering!

Jan said...

It was a great show ~ and so nice meeting you, Lori! I'm so lucky to live just up the street but it would have been worth a much longer trip. You should see us this morning, fully blanketed with a layer of white snow! Too soon, but very pretty.

MoonBeam said...

Thanks for doing a great job of showing it to us.


woolyredrug said...

Thanks for sharing your photos Lori. I so wanted to go to this show, just too far to travel right now.
Glad you had a wonderful time:)

barb said...

I would have loved to have gone to that show. Thanks for the pictures. Wonderful talent.

Three Sheep Studio said...

Wow, what fabulous talent, all in one location !!
You look beautiful in front of the great blackboard art ;)
Thanks for sharing.

Barbara said...

How lucky you are to be a part of that wonderful group. Have seen so many of those artist here in the Northeast at one time or another. Wonder if you sold all your pictures. I would love the folk angel in the green frame.

Barbara Shores ~ Village Folk Art said...

It's times like this that I am saddened to be living the the South West ... We have NO such artists in this area. What a loss for us but for you... WoW! ALL so amazing and talented. Wish I could be there!

Peace to all,

Rugs and Pugs said...

Thanks for sharing your wonderful pictures! Boy, by the time we got there Rebekah's booth was about empty :-( (But good for her!)
Good to see you.
Hugs :)

Carolyn Boutilier said...

what a wonderful show. Thanks for sharing the pictures. I am anxious to see what you came home with from the show.
Carolyn B

coke said...

Thanks for showing the booths. I was at the show but it was so crowded I saw very little. Sandi

Wendy @ Ravenwood Whimzies said...

I so enjoyed looking at all your pictures! So many wonderful goodies!

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