Thanks to all making
the Holiday Fair "After" the Very Merry
It rained reindeer for most of the morning,
but that did not keep our fans away.
Everybody one walked out of Gollmar Hall
with gifts and cheer to share with their friends and family.
Happy Holidays to all.
Missed The Very Merry?
There's another chance to find the gift on your list at the Holiday Fair "After" the Very Merry!!
Here's a sampling of some of our terrific Artisans. December 15 - 9 AM - 3 PM
The New Gollmar Room
in The Arts Building
at 319 Water Street, Baraboo, WI.
It's all but a memory now!
WOW what a Fair!!!
Thanks to you!
A wonderful time was had by all.
We think it was the best Very Merry ever!
Hundreds of you from all over Wisconsin and beyond.
Shopping, talking, sipping, hugging, chatting, laughing...
You brought your moms and dads, you bought you kids, you came with your spouses.
It was amazing and exhausting.
Thank you! Thank YOU!! THANK YOU!!!
Now ... go out and have a Happy Holiday with the people you love!
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Kae Taylor, went to art school in Nebraska and started out as a metal sculptor. When she and her husband, Bud, moved to Madison she explored Batik, a wax resist dyeing on cloth. She has perfected this ancient art form with her amazing images. She is one the best batik artists we know in the upper Midwest. Kae and Bud have three daughters.
Frank Kudla is a master metal-smith. He loves to garden (especially growing heritage tomatoes) do gourmet cooking, is a history buff and has a passion for working with metal. Frank designs and creates mother's rings, pendants, earrings and is now making a new line of silver bracelets. He lives in Baraboo with his artist wife, Char.
John and Margaret Crahen have shown their exquisite glass work from the fairs beginnings. They love to travel and have done shows all over the US. They have a large studio in the Evergreens near Baraboo. They lived in Panama before coming back to their family in Reedsburg.
The Wild Flour Bakery is one of Milwaukee's beloved bakeries. They sometimes put the bakery on the road and visit shows and fairs throughout Wisconsin. Dolly and Greg, seen here, started the bakery and specialize in Breads, Bagels, Cookies for the Season and More.
Pat Kroth's silk scarves are dyed individually. They use leaves and nature for there inspiration. Pat is from the Madison area and her work is exquisite. She is into exercise and good health has competed in the Madison Iron Man competition. We're glad she is returning to our 6th Very Merry.