League of NH Craftsmen’s 3rd Annual Open Studio Tour: Virtual Reception

Carrie Cahill Mulligan joins woodblock printmaker Matt Brown at his home studio for the League of NH Craftsmen's Open Studio Tour this Veteran's Day Weekend.Let the Open Studio Tour begin!

For the 3rd year, the League of New Hampsire Craftsmen will host an Open Studio Tour at artists’ studios across the state this Veteran’s Day Weekend.

From 10 am to 5 pm, Friday through Sunday, you can get a glimpse into the minds and creative processes of over 60 juried craftsmen around New Hampshire.

And, to help kick off the festivities, several Upper Valley craftsmen will come together at Matt Brown’s printmaking studio for a wine and cheese reception 5 – 7 pm Friday, at 23 Washburn Hill Road, in Lyme, NH.

Join me and Matt, along with metalsmith, Lynn Adams, wood-turner, Dustin Coates, and fellow fiber artist, Sara Goodman, for fellowship and fine craft, along with tasty treats for all.

Don’t think you will be able to attend over the weekend?  Join us here for my Virtual Reception instead…

It’s simple:  just click above on the “# comments” (in blue below the title), and leave a message before midnight on Sunday, November 11, 2007.  Your name will be entered into a drawing for a glossy set of 4 hat notecards, each with a different embroidery design.

Hope to see you at the Open Studio Tour/Virtual Reception this weekend!

UPDATE:  A notecard winner has been selected… please see the comments section for details…

5 thoughts on “League of NH Craftsmen’s 3rd Annual Open Studio Tour: Virtual Reception

  1. Carrie, Jeanne has started wearing that wonderful hat you customized for her. She looks great in it and it keeps her very warm on her walks into DHMC where she is interning in Chaplaincy again this fall/winter. Many thnks and NICE Website! John


  2. Sorry to miss this weekend. I’m Martha McLarney’s mother and spoke with you at Sunapee this summer. Still hoping to see you soon about a hat.


  3. I love the cheery colors of your hats, and look forward to learning how to make them at your League of NH Craftsmen workshop in January. See you at Alumni Gym, in the meantime.


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