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FAC Holiday Sales Show opens today

Posted: November 30, 2017 12:51 p.m.
Updated: December 1, 2017 1:00 a.m.
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The Fine Arts Center (FAC) 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  starting today through Wednesday, Dec. 13. This unique holiday shopping experience has become a Camden tradition.

This year, nearly 40 vendors will have one-of-a-kind, handmade items for everyone. Set in the FAC’s historic Douglas-Reed House, the show will feature a selection of fine, handmade pieces in clay, glass, metals and wood. Some of the items shoppers 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 more. 

Local potter and pottery instructor Debra Gregory will act as curator again this year. Shopping hours are 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1:30 to 6 p.m. on Sunday. 

“This is my favorite time of the year -- and I truly do most of my holiday shopping here at the FAC’s Holiday Sales Show,” FAC Director of Marketing Jane Peterson said. “I am never disappointed with the selection of beautiful, original pieces.”

This year’s artisans include: 

Brennan Baker/Fairly Odd Art -- Egg ornaments 

Margaret Bass -- Gourd and egg art 

Craig Bell - Bell Honey -- Honey and candles 

Cindy Berry -- Birch Baskets

Jim Martin/Iron Imagination -- Wrought iron yard

John Brunty/Artisan Specialty Goods -- South Carolina produced specialty foods

The Peanut Man -- Candies and nuts

Susan Ciotti -- Etched glass, tiles, ornaments, signs 

Chuck Klemme -- Wooden bowls, rolling pins, ornaments 

Cat Coulter -- Pottery

Salli Cupstid -- Personalized & handcrafted gift items

Geri Desousa -- Cards

Joyce Dixon -- Aprons, pillowcases

Debra Gregory -- Pottery

E.J. Ham -- Antler spoons, forks, cutting boards, etc. 

Philip Hultgren -- Handmade wooden tables

Knot Board Designs -- Cedar trays, bow ties, ornaments, watches

Harvee Kranz -- Hand-painted glassware

Valerie Lamott -- Hand-crafted jewelry

Julie McCallum -- Woven jute baskets and bags 

Gloria McKay --Woven baskets and ornaments

Iron Brew Coffee -- Specialty coffees

Susan Moore -- Moravian stars

Lisa Murray -- Knitted and felted, hats, scarves

Derek Napper -- Hand-turned pens, wine bottle stoppers

Mitsi Paquette -- Hand-sewn toys

Sallie’s Greatest Jams -- Herbed jams and syrups

Kathy Redner -- Stained glass 

Cheryl Reynolds -- Handmade jewelry 

David Russell -- Blown Glass

Anne Schultz -- Pottery

Becky’s Soap Shoppe -- Handmade soaps, lotions, candles

Kathy Sill -- Felted purses, hats, ornaments, scarves

Diane Smyrl -- Knitted dishcloths

Mike Stegner -- Paintings

Benira Sutphin -- Sterling silver jewelry

Tommy Gunn Glass -- Fused glass jewelry and ornaments

Kristina Truesdale/Truesdale Barkery -- Homemade dog treats

*Subject to change without notice.

For more information, call the FAC Box Office, or visit the FAC website at www.fineartscenter.org to see a video of some of the artists’ work. The FAC is located at 810 Lyttleton St., Camden. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

 

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