Union Station - Venue 2019

Weekend #2 - November 16 & 17

The annual "marketplace" in Great Hall of the train station features over 30 artists and crafters! Thousands of people come through! ArtSpace Hartford is just across the street in walking distance where you can see dozens of artists, their studios and home to the OSH Group Show ... a "snapshot" of the entire Open Studio tour.

Park in the Union Station lot (the back lot near the buses) is $5. Bring your ticket and $5 cash to Great Hall to be validated. Or, park free on the street.

SHUTTLE STOP: Corner of Union and Asylum Street across from ArtSpace alternately across Asylum in front of ArtSpace

2019 OSH Artists at Union Station's Great Hall!

Ben Dworski-Riggs, High voltage is utilized to burn fractal patterns into wood slabs

Ceil Rossi Carefree Gourd Gallery, Earthy 3-dimensional artwork carved and painted on hard gourds

Comfort Crochet Haven, Crochet blankets, hats, scarves. baby sweaters, tablecloths, crop tops

david elliott, A collection of international photographs, prints and crafts

Dennis Peabody, Jewelry and Objets d'art

Elle Fagan Art, Works in water media in all sizes and formats

Fern Street Designs by Cara Stimmel, Limited edition, vintage assemblage jewelry and accessories

Gig Lavery, Small, animal clay sculptures

Joanna Biskupski, Statement jewelry pieces with silver, leather and semi precious stones

K&H Leatherworks, Handmade and handstitched leather goods such as wallets, belts, tote bags, etc

Knot Right Knitting, Custom hand knit accessories and toys, always different and always fun!

Kyle Gallaway Clay, Vases, bowls and airplant pods, ornaments wall tiles, photographs and paintings

LuLu's Knits & Felts, Contemporary knitwear and felted wearables

Lynn Ferrari, Mixed media characters made from antique tins, boxes, gears, tinware, etc

Matthew Ginsberg, Pottery for the dinner table and home

Mountain Tree Studios, Unique and modern, hand-formed copper, steel and mixed media jewelry

reARTcycle, Artwork created from recycled metal

Sandra Van Vooren, Wire wrapped jewelry with semiprecious stones and fossils, fabric art dolls

Suzanne Levy, Abstract image of trees is vibrant & powerful, with bold composition & style

Virginia Seeley, Miniature clay teapot and ornament replicas of Hartford and NYC buildings



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