The Arts Center of Kershaw County is counting down the days until the popular Holiday Sales Show opens in the Douglas-Reed House. This year, the Holiday Sales Show will take place from Friday, December 6 through Saturday, December 14, 2019. This unique holiday shopping experience has become a Kershaw County tradition.
“Coordinating the artists for the Holiday House has given me the opportunity to meet new people and discover lots of beautiful handmade work. This year we will see the return of previous artists and new artists,” says Debbie Gregory.
*This year’s artisans include:
- Margaret Bass – gourd art
- Craig Bell – honey and candles
- Cindy Berry – birch bark baskets
- Ruthann Brasington – felted wool sculptures
- Alice Brooks – hand painted cards, scarves
- John Brunty – specialty foods
- Carole Carberry – stained glass ornaments, prints
- Marsha Chasteen – stuffed toys
- Susan Ciotti – signs, ornaments
- Chuck Klemme – wood working
- Sallie Cupstid – children’s items
- Joyce Dixon – fabric works
- Debra Gregory – pottery
- EJ Ham – wood and antler utinsels
- Knot Board Designs – ornaments, signs, etc.
- Harvee Kranz – painted glass
- Gloria McKay – handmade baskets
- Susan Moore – handmade Moravian stars
- Derek Napper – wood working
- Sallies Greatest Jams – herbed jams
- Susan Robertson – lampwork jewelry
- David Russell – blown glass
- Caroline Sandlin – sterling sliver jewelry
- Greg Sandlin – wrought iron creations
- Anne Schultz – pottery
- Sue Shrader – fused glass jewelry and plates
- Becky’s Soap Shoppe – handmade soaps, lotions, candles
- Diane Smyrl – crochet items
- Truesdale Barkery – Dog and horse treats
*Subject to change without notice.
About the Holiday Sales Show
This year, nearly 40 vendors will have fabulous, one-of-a-kind, handmade items for everyone on your list. Set in the Arts Center’s historic Douglas-Reed House (ca.1812), the show will feature a selection of fine, handmade pieces in clay, glass, metals, and wood. Some of the items you will find include pottery, hand-blown glass, aprons, woodwork, soaps, candles, specialty teas, and coffees, dog treats, herbed jams and syrups, candies and dips, jewelry, stuffed toys, ornaments, wall art, stained glass and so much more! Local potter and pottery instructor Debra Gregory will act as curator again this year. Shopping hours are 10:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1:30-6:00 p.m. on Sunday.