Events

Dec
12
Wed
Gifts From the Heart of Nature @ Warren H. Corning Visitor Center
Dec 12 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists. This year’s artists include:

  • Kara Aquila – Lake Erie glass jewelry
  • Anthony Binkowski – Fruitful Woodworks – handcrafted wood items
  • Marc Blackman – wood art
  • Karen Burrows – wool needle felting, rug hooking, welt felting and embroidery
  • Erin Carlson – whimsical notecards
  • Christine Cassella – Light Footsteps – herbal teas, bath and body products
  • Chalet Supply – handmade leather items
  • Julie Cook – Wall Expressions by Julie – original paintings, card sets
  • Cole DiFabio – nature photography, note cards
  • Lorna Dobre – original drawings nad paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
  • Mike Dougherty – Silent Light Photography – nature photography, prints
  • Alan Dulka – wooden bowls from local fallen timber
  • Bette Drake – functional stoneware pottery with nature designs
  • Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand knit and designed capes, scarves, hats and cowls
  • Merrily Edgecombe – Raku fired ceramics
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art
  • Mark Gifford – wood intarsia pieces
  • Lori Hilton – rock and wood earrings, necklaces, and hand-forged wood boxes
  • Michelle Ishida – Starfish Earth – bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
  • Andi Jahnke – artwork incorporating found objects from Geauga County
  • Lillian Kinder – hand-crocheted children’s owl hats and hand-painted onesies
  • Beth Martin – jewelry designed with Lake Erie beach glass
  • Arlene Mayhugh – handcrafted stoneware and porcelain pottery
  • Lauren Mlack – etched and laser cut metal jewelry and vintage tea tin jewelry
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
  • Old Nankin Road Photo & Forge -unique photography and forged and hand sculpted metal
  • Kelly Sakacs –Damselfly Studios – copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
  • Kym Shippe – Just Winging It – handcrafted fairy houses, bird houses, doll houses
  • Amy Tardio – driftwood Christmas trees
  • Emily Ulm – Emu Tile – handmade ceramic tiles depicting local flora and fauna
  • Mary Alice Valvoda – Original framed photo art on canvas and fine art paper
  • Brent Wells – The Grumpy Woodchuck – Award-winning turned wood items
  • Kate Wells – Crooked River Jewelry – unique jewelry using metal-smithing techniques, glass enamel, wire wrapping and metal clay processes.
  • Patti Zebrowski – alpaca boot inserts, yarn, scarves and shawls
  • Ray Thurston – wood carved birds
  • Gerry & Missy Tresler – Zim Woodworking – cutting boards, bread knives, decorative wood items
  • Lynn Abbey-Zukowski – Blue Lake Botanicals – botanical skin care, soaps and herbal teas
Dec
13
Thu
Gifts From the Heart of Nature @ Warren H. Corning Visitor Center
Dec 13 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists. This year’s artists include:

  • Kara Aquila – Lake Erie glass jewelry
  • Anthony Binkowski – Fruitful Woodworks – handcrafted wood items
  • Marc Blackman – wood art
  • Karen Burrows – wool needle felting, rug hooking, welt felting and embroidery
  • Erin Carlson – whimsical notecards
  • Christine Cassella – Light Footsteps – herbal teas, bath and body products
  • Chalet Supply – handmade leather items
  • Julie Cook – Wall Expressions by Julie – original paintings, card sets
  • Cole DiFabio – nature photography, note cards
  • Lorna Dobre – original drawings nad paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
  • Mike Dougherty – Silent Light Photography – nature photography, prints
  • Alan Dulka – wooden bowls from local fallen timber
  • Bette Drake – functional stoneware pottery with nature designs
  • Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand knit and designed capes, scarves, hats and cowls
  • Merrily Edgecombe – Raku fired ceramics
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art
  • Mark Gifford – wood intarsia pieces
  • Lori Hilton – rock and wood earrings, necklaces, and hand-forged wood boxes
  • Michelle Ishida – Starfish Earth – bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
  • Andi Jahnke – artwork incorporating found objects from Geauga County
  • Lillian Kinder – hand-crocheted children’s owl hats and hand-painted onesies
  • Beth Martin – jewelry designed with Lake Erie beach glass
  • Arlene Mayhugh – handcrafted stoneware and porcelain pottery
  • Lauren Mlack – etched and laser cut metal jewelry and vintage tea tin jewelry
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
  • Old Nankin Road Photo & Forge -unique photography and forged and hand sculpted metal
  • Kelly Sakacs –Damselfly Studios – copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
  • Kym Shippe – Just Winging It – handcrafted fairy houses, bird houses, doll houses
  • Amy Tardio – driftwood Christmas trees
  • Emily Ulm – Emu Tile – handmade ceramic tiles depicting local flora and fauna
  • Mary Alice Valvoda – Original framed photo art on canvas and fine art paper
  • Brent Wells – The Grumpy Woodchuck – Award-winning turned wood items
  • Kate Wells – Crooked River Jewelry – unique jewelry using metal-smithing techniques, glass enamel, wire wrapping and metal clay processes.
  • Patti Zebrowski – alpaca boot inserts, yarn, scarves and shawls
  • Ray Thurston – wood carved birds
  • Gerry & Missy Tresler – Zim Woodworking – cutting boards, bread knives, decorative wood items
  • Lynn Abbey-Zukowski – Blue Lake Botanicals – botanical skin care, soaps and herbal teas
Dec
14
Fri
Gifts From the Heart of Nature @ Warren H. Corning Visitor Center
Dec 14 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists. This year’s artists include:

  • Kara Aquila – Lake Erie glass jewelry
  • Anthony Binkowski – Fruitful Woodworks – handcrafted wood items
  • Marc Blackman – wood art
  • Karen Burrows – wool needle felting, rug hooking, welt felting and embroidery
  • Erin Carlson – whimsical notecards
  • Christine Cassella – Light Footsteps – herbal teas, bath and body products
  • Chalet Supply – handmade leather items
  • Julie Cook – Wall Expressions by Julie – original paintings, card sets
  • Cole DiFabio – nature photography, note cards
  • Lorna Dobre – original drawings nad paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
  • Mike Dougherty – Silent Light Photography – nature photography, prints
  • Alan Dulka – wooden bowls from local fallen timber
  • Bette Drake – functional stoneware pottery with nature designs
  • Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand knit and designed capes, scarves, hats and cowls
  • Merrily Edgecombe – Raku fired ceramics
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art
  • Mark Gifford – wood intarsia pieces
  • Lori Hilton – rock and wood earrings, necklaces, and hand-forged wood boxes
  • Michelle Ishida – Starfish Earth – bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
  • Andi Jahnke – artwork incorporating found objects from Geauga County
  • Lillian Kinder – hand-crocheted children’s owl hats and hand-painted onesies
  • Beth Martin – jewelry designed with Lake Erie beach glass
  • Arlene Mayhugh – handcrafted stoneware and porcelain pottery
  • Lauren Mlack – etched and laser cut metal jewelry and vintage tea tin jewelry
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
  • Old Nankin Road Photo & Forge -unique photography and forged and hand sculpted metal
  • Kelly Sakacs –Damselfly Studios – copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
  • Kym Shippe – Just Winging It – handcrafted fairy houses, bird houses, doll houses
  • Amy Tardio – driftwood Christmas trees
  • Emily Ulm – Emu Tile – handmade ceramic tiles depicting local flora and fauna
  • Mary Alice Valvoda – Original framed photo art on canvas and fine art paper
  • Brent Wells – The Grumpy Woodchuck – Award-winning turned wood items
  • Kate Wells – Crooked River Jewelry – unique jewelry using metal-smithing techniques, glass enamel, wire wrapping and metal clay processes.
  • Patti Zebrowski – alpaca boot inserts, yarn, scarves and shawls
  • Ray Thurston – wood carved birds
  • Gerry & Missy Tresler – Zim Woodworking – cutting boards, bread knives, decorative wood items
  • Lynn Abbey-Zukowski – Blue Lake Botanicals – botanical skin care, soaps and herbal teas
Dec
15
Sat
Gifts From the Heart of Nature @ Warren H. Corning Visitor Center
Dec 15 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists. This year’s artists include:

  • Kara Aquila – Lake Erie glass jewelry
  • Anthony Binkowski – Fruitful Woodworks – handcrafted wood items
  • Marc Blackman – wood art
  • Karen Burrows – wool needle felting, rug hooking, welt felting and embroidery
  • Erin Carlson – whimsical notecards
  • Christine Cassella – Light Footsteps – herbal teas, bath and body products
  • Chalet Supply – handmade leather items
  • Julie Cook – Wall Expressions by Julie – original paintings, card sets
  • Cole DiFabio – nature photography, note cards
  • Lorna Dobre – original drawings nad paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
  • Mike Dougherty – Silent Light Photography – nature photography, prints
  • Alan Dulka – wooden bowls from local fallen timber
  • Bette Drake – functional stoneware pottery with nature designs
  • Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand knit and designed capes, scarves, hats and cowls
  • Merrily Edgecombe – Raku fired ceramics
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art
  • Mark Gifford – wood intarsia pieces
  • Lori Hilton – rock and wood earrings, necklaces, and hand-forged wood boxes
  • Michelle Ishida – Starfish Earth – bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
  • Andi Jahnke – artwork incorporating found objects from Geauga County
  • Lillian Kinder – hand-crocheted children’s owl hats and hand-painted onesies
  • Beth Martin – jewelry designed with Lake Erie beach glass
  • Arlene Mayhugh – handcrafted stoneware and porcelain pottery
  • Lauren Mlack – etched and laser cut metal jewelry and vintage tea tin jewelry
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
  • Old Nankin Road Photo & Forge -unique photography and forged and hand sculpted metal
  • Kelly Sakacs –Damselfly Studios – copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
  • Kym Shippe – Just Winging It – handcrafted fairy houses, bird houses, doll houses
  • Amy Tardio – driftwood Christmas trees
  • Emily Ulm – Emu Tile – handmade ceramic tiles depicting local flora and fauna
  • Mary Alice Valvoda – Original framed photo art on canvas and fine art paper
  • Brent Wells – The Grumpy Woodchuck – Award-winning turned wood items
  • Kate Wells – Crooked River Jewelry – unique jewelry using metal-smithing techniques, glass enamel, wire wrapping and metal clay processes.
  • Patti Zebrowski – alpaca boot inserts, yarn, scarves and shawls
  • Ray Thurston – wood carved birds
  • Gerry & Missy Tresler – Zim Woodworking – cutting boards, bread knives, decorative wood items
  • Lynn Abbey-Zukowski – Blue Lake Botanicals – botanical skin care, soaps and herbal teas
Dec
16
Sun
Gifts From the Heart of Nature @ Warren H. Corning Visitor Center
Dec 16 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists. This year’s artists include:

  • Kara Aquila – Lake Erie glass jewelry
  • Anthony Binkowski – Fruitful Woodworks – handcrafted wood items
  • Marc Blackman – wood art
  • Karen Burrows – wool needle felting, rug hooking, welt felting and embroidery
  • Erin Carlson – whimsical notecards
  • Christine Cassella – Light Footsteps – herbal teas, bath and body products
  • Chalet Supply – handmade leather items
  • Julie Cook – Wall Expressions by Julie – original paintings, card sets
  • Cole DiFabio – nature photography, note cards
  • Lorna Dobre – original drawings nad paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
  • Mike Dougherty – Silent Light Photography – nature photography, prints
  • Alan Dulka – wooden bowls from local fallen timber
  • Bette Drake – functional stoneware pottery with nature designs
  • Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand knit and designed capes, scarves, hats and cowls
  • Merrily Edgecombe – Raku fired ceramics
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art
  • Mark Gifford – wood intarsia pieces
  • Lori Hilton – rock and wood earrings, necklaces, and hand-forged wood boxes
  • Michelle Ishida – Starfish Earth – bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
  • Andi Jahnke – artwork incorporating found objects from Geauga County
  • Lillian Kinder – hand-crocheted children’s owl hats and hand-painted onesies
  • Beth Martin – jewelry designed with Lake Erie beach glass
  • Arlene Mayhugh – handcrafted stoneware and porcelain pottery
  • Lauren Mlack – etched and laser cut metal jewelry and vintage tea tin jewelry
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
  • Old Nankin Road Photo & Forge -unique photography and forged and hand sculpted metal
  • Kelly Sakacs –Damselfly Studios – copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
  • Kym Shippe – Just Winging It – handcrafted fairy houses, bird houses, doll houses
  • Amy Tardio – driftwood Christmas trees
  • Emily Ulm – Emu Tile – handmade ceramic tiles depicting local flora and fauna
  • Mary Alice Valvoda – Original framed photo art on canvas and fine art paper
  • Brent Wells – The Grumpy Woodchuck – Award-winning turned wood items
  • Kate Wells – Crooked River Jewelry – unique jewelry using metal-smithing techniques, glass enamel, wire wrapping and metal clay processes.
  • Patti Zebrowski – alpaca boot inserts, yarn, scarves and shawls
  • Ray Thurston – wood carved birds
  • Gerry & Missy Tresler – Zim Woodworking – cutting boards, bread knives, decorative wood items
  • Lynn Abbey-Zukowski – Blue Lake Botanicals – botanical skin care, soaps and herbal teas
Dec
17
Mon
Gifts From the Heart of Nature @ Warren H. Corning Visitor Center
Dec 17 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists. This year’s artists include:

  • Kara Aquila – Lake Erie glass jewelry
  • Anthony Binkowski – Fruitful Woodworks – handcrafted wood items
  • Marc Blackman – wood art
  • Karen Burrows – wool needle felting, rug hooking, welt felting and embroidery
  • Erin Carlson – whimsical notecards
  • Christine Cassella – Light Footsteps – herbal teas, bath and body products
  • Chalet Supply – handmade leather items
  • Julie Cook – Wall Expressions by Julie – original paintings, card sets
  • Cole DiFabio – nature photography, note cards
  • Lorna Dobre – original drawings nad paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
  • Mike Dougherty – Silent Light Photography – nature photography, prints
  • Alan Dulka – wooden bowls from local fallen timber
  • Bette Drake – functional stoneware pottery with nature designs
  • Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand knit and designed capes, scarves, hats and cowls
  • Merrily Edgecombe – Raku fired ceramics
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art
  • Mark Gifford – wood intarsia pieces
  • Lori Hilton – rock and wood earrings, necklaces, and hand-forged wood boxes
  • Michelle Ishida – Starfish Earth – bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
  • Andi Jahnke – artwork incorporating found objects from Geauga County
  • Lillian Kinder – hand-crocheted children’s owl hats and hand-painted onesies
  • Beth Martin – jewelry designed with Lake Erie beach glass
  • Arlene Mayhugh – handcrafted stoneware and porcelain pottery
  • Lauren Mlack – etched and laser cut metal jewelry and vintage tea tin jewelry
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
  • Old Nankin Road Photo & Forge -unique photography and forged and hand sculpted metal
  • Kelly Sakacs –Damselfly Studios – copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
  • Kym Shippe – Just Winging It – handcrafted fairy houses, bird houses, doll houses
  • Amy Tardio – driftwood Christmas trees
  • Emily Ulm – Emu Tile – handmade ceramic tiles depicting local flora and fauna
  • Mary Alice Valvoda – Original framed photo art on canvas and fine art paper
  • Brent Wells – The Grumpy Woodchuck – Award-winning turned wood items
  • Kate Wells – Crooked River Jewelry – unique jewelry using metal-smithing techniques, glass enamel, wire wrapping and metal clay processes.
  • Patti Zebrowski – alpaca boot inserts, yarn, scarves and shawls
  • Ray Thurston – wood carved birds
  • Gerry & Missy Tresler – Zim Woodworking – cutting boards, bread knives, decorative wood items
  • Lynn Abbey-Zukowski – Blue Lake Botanicals – botanical skin care, soaps and herbal teas
Dec
18
Tue
Gifts From the Heart of Nature @ Warren H. Corning Visitor Center
Dec 18 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists. This year’s artists include:

  • Kara Aquila – Lake Erie glass jewelry
  • Anthony Binkowski – Fruitful Woodworks – handcrafted wood items
  • Marc Blackman – wood art
  • Karen Burrows – wool needle felting, rug hooking, welt felting and embroidery
  • Erin Carlson – whimsical notecards
  • Christine Cassella – Light Footsteps – herbal teas, bath and body products
  • Chalet Supply – handmade leather items
  • Julie Cook – Wall Expressions by Julie – original paintings, card sets
  • Cole DiFabio – nature photography, note cards
  • Lorna Dobre – original drawings nad paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
  • Mike Dougherty – Silent Light Photography – nature photography, prints
  • Alan Dulka – wooden bowls from local fallen timber
  • Bette Drake – functional stoneware pottery with nature designs
  • Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand knit and designed capes, scarves, hats and cowls
  • Merrily Edgecombe – Raku fired ceramics
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art
  • Mark Gifford – wood intarsia pieces
  • Lori Hilton – rock and wood earrings, necklaces, and hand-forged wood boxes
  • Michelle Ishida – Starfish Earth – bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
  • Andi Jahnke – artwork incorporating found objects from Geauga County
  • Lillian Kinder – hand-crocheted children’s owl hats and hand-painted onesies
  • Beth Martin – jewelry designed with Lake Erie beach glass
  • Arlene Mayhugh – handcrafted stoneware and porcelain pottery
  • Lauren Mlack – etched and laser cut metal jewelry and vintage tea tin jewelry
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
  • Old Nankin Road Photo & Forge -unique photography and forged and hand sculpted metal
  • Kelly Sakacs –Damselfly Studios – copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
  • Kym Shippe – Just Winging It – handcrafted fairy houses, bird houses, doll houses
  • Amy Tardio – driftwood Christmas trees
  • Emily Ulm – Emu Tile – handmade ceramic tiles depicting local flora and fauna
  • Mary Alice Valvoda – Original framed photo art on canvas and fine art paper
  • Brent Wells – The Grumpy Woodchuck – Award-winning turned wood items
  • Kate Wells – Crooked River Jewelry – unique jewelry using metal-smithing techniques, glass enamel, wire wrapping and metal clay processes.
  • Patti Zebrowski – alpaca boot inserts, yarn, scarves and shawls
  • Ray Thurston – wood carved birds
  • Gerry & Missy Tresler – Zim Woodworking – cutting boards, bread knives, decorative wood items
  • Lynn Abbey-Zukowski – Blue Lake Botanicals – botanical skin care, soaps and herbal teas
Dec
19
Wed
Gifts From the Heart of Nature @ Warren H. Corning Visitor Center
Dec 19 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists. This year’s artists include:

  • Kara Aquila – Lake Erie glass jewelry
  • Anthony Binkowski – Fruitful Woodworks – handcrafted wood items
  • Marc Blackman – wood art
  • Karen Burrows – wool needle felting, rug hooking, welt felting and embroidery
  • Erin Carlson – whimsical notecards
  • Christine Cassella – Light Footsteps – herbal teas, bath and body products
  • Chalet Supply – handmade leather items
  • Julie Cook – Wall Expressions by Julie – original paintings, card sets
  • Cole DiFabio – nature photography, note cards
  • Lorna Dobre – original drawings nad paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
  • Mike Dougherty – Silent Light Photography – nature photography, prints
  • Alan Dulka – wooden bowls from local fallen timber
  • Bette Drake – functional stoneware pottery with nature designs
  • Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand knit and designed capes, scarves, hats and cowls
  • Merrily Edgecombe – Raku fired ceramics
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art
  • Mark Gifford – wood intarsia pieces
  • Lori Hilton – rock and wood earrings, necklaces, and hand-forged wood boxes
  • Michelle Ishida – Starfish Earth – bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
  • Andi Jahnke – artwork incorporating found objects from Geauga County
  • Lillian Kinder – hand-crocheted children’s owl hats and hand-painted onesies
  • Beth Martin – jewelry designed with Lake Erie beach glass
  • Arlene Mayhugh – handcrafted stoneware and porcelain pottery
  • Lauren Mlack – etched and laser cut metal jewelry and vintage tea tin jewelry
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
  • Old Nankin Road Photo & Forge -unique photography and forged and hand sculpted metal
  • Kelly Sakacs –Damselfly Studios – copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
  • Kym Shippe – Just Winging It – handcrafted fairy houses, bird houses, doll houses
  • Amy Tardio – driftwood Christmas trees
  • Emily Ulm – Emu Tile – handmade ceramic tiles depicting local flora and fauna
  • Mary Alice Valvoda – Original framed photo art on canvas and fine art paper
  • Brent Wells – The Grumpy Woodchuck – Award-winning turned wood items
  • Kate Wells – Crooked River Jewelry – unique jewelry using metal-smithing techniques, glass enamel, wire wrapping and metal clay processes.
  • Patti Zebrowski – alpaca boot inserts, yarn, scarves and shawls
  • Ray Thurston – wood carved birds
  • Gerry & Missy Tresler – Zim Woodworking – cutting boards, bread knives, decorative wood items
  • Lynn Abbey-Zukowski – Blue Lake Botanicals – botanical skin care, soaps and herbal teas
Dec
20
Thu
Gifts From the Heart of Nature @ Warren H. Corning Visitor Center
Dec 20 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists. This year’s artists include:

  • Kara Aquila – Lake Erie glass jewelry
  • Anthony Binkowski – Fruitful Woodworks – handcrafted wood items
  • Marc Blackman – wood art
  • Karen Burrows – wool needle felting, rug hooking, welt felting and embroidery
  • Erin Carlson – whimsical notecards
  • Christine Cassella – Light Footsteps – herbal teas, bath and body products
  • Chalet Supply – handmade leather items
  • Julie Cook – Wall Expressions by Julie – original paintings, card sets
  • Cole DiFabio – nature photography, note cards
  • Lorna Dobre – original drawings nad paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
  • Mike Dougherty – Silent Light Photography – nature photography, prints
  • Alan Dulka – wooden bowls from local fallen timber
  • Bette Drake – functional stoneware pottery with nature designs
  • Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand knit and designed capes, scarves, hats and cowls
  • Merrily Edgecombe – Raku fired ceramics
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art
  • Mark Gifford – wood intarsia pieces
  • Lori Hilton – rock and wood earrings, necklaces, and hand-forged wood boxes
  • Michelle Ishida – Starfish Earth – bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
  • Andi Jahnke – artwork incorporating found objects from Geauga County
  • Lillian Kinder – hand-crocheted children’s owl hats and hand-painted onesies
  • Beth Martin – jewelry designed with Lake Erie beach glass
  • Arlene Mayhugh – handcrafted stoneware and porcelain pottery
  • Lauren Mlack – etched and laser cut metal jewelry and vintage tea tin jewelry
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
  • Old Nankin Road Photo & Forge -unique photography and forged and hand sculpted metal
  • Kelly Sakacs –Damselfly Studios – copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
  • Kym Shippe – Just Winging It – handcrafted fairy houses, bird houses, doll houses
  • Amy Tardio – driftwood Christmas trees
  • Emily Ulm – Emu Tile – handmade ceramic tiles depicting local flora and fauna
  • Mary Alice Valvoda – Original framed photo art on canvas and fine art paper
  • Brent Wells – The Grumpy Woodchuck – Award-winning turned wood items
  • Kate Wells – Crooked River Jewelry – unique jewelry using metal-smithing techniques, glass enamel, wire wrapping and metal clay processes.
  • Patti Zebrowski – alpaca boot inserts, yarn, scarves and shawls
  • Ray Thurston – wood carved birds
  • Gerry & Missy Tresler – Zim Woodworking – cutting boards, bread knives, decorative wood items
  • Lynn Abbey-Zukowski – Blue Lake Botanicals – botanical skin care, soaps and herbal teas
Dec
21
Fri
Gifts From the Heart of Nature @ Warren H. Corning Visitor Center
Dec 21 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists. This year’s artists include:

  • Kara Aquila – Lake Erie glass jewelry
  • Anthony Binkowski – Fruitful Woodworks – handcrafted wood items
  • Marc Blackman – wood art
  • Karen Burrows – wool needle felting, rug hooking, welt felting and embroidery
  • Erin Carlson – whimsical notecards
  • Christine Cassella – Light Footsteps – herbal teas, bath and body products
  • Chalet Supply – handmade leather items
  • Julie Cook – Wall Expressions by Julie – original paintings, card sets
  • Cole DiFabio – nature photography, note cards
  • Lorna Dobre – original drawings nad paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
  • Mike Dougherty – Silent Light Photography – nature photography, prints
  • Alan Dulka – wooden bowls from local fallen timber
  • Bette Drake – functional stoneware pottery with nature designs
  • Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand knit and designed capes, scarves, hats and cowls
  • Merrily Edgecombe – Raku fired ceramics
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art
  • Mark Gifford – wood intarsia pieces
  • Lori Hilton – rock and wood earrings, necklaces, and hand-forged wood boxes
  • Michelle Ishida – Starfish Earth – bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
  • Andi Jahnke – artwork incorporating found objects from Geauga County
  • Lillian Kinder – hand-crocheted children’s owl hats and hand-painted onesies
  • Beth Martin – jewelry designed with Lake Erie beach glass
  • Arlene Mayhugh – handcrafted stoneware and porcelain pottery
  • Lauren Mlack – etched and laser cut metal jewelry and vintage tea tin jewelry
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
  • Old Nankin Road Photo & Forge -unique photography and forged and hand sculpted metal
  • Kelly Sakacs –Damselfly Studios – copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
  • Kym Shippe – Just Winging It – handcrafted fairy houses, bird houses, doll houses
  • Amy Tardio – driftwood Christmas trees
  • Emily Ulm – Emu Tile – handmade ceramic tiles depicting local flora and fauna
  • Mary Alice Valvoda – Original framed photo art on canvas and fine art paper
  • Brent Wells – The Grumpy Woodchuck – Award-winning turned wood items
  • Kate Wells – Crooked River Jewelry – unique jewelry using metal-smithing techniques, glass enamel, wire wrapping and metal clay processes.
  • Patti Zebrowski – alpaca boot inserts, yarn, scarves and shawls
  • Ray Thurston – wood carved birds
  • Gerry & Missy Tresler – Zim Woodworking – cutting boards, bread knives, decorative wood items
  • Lynn Abbey-Zukowski – Blue Lake Botanicals – botanical skin care, soaps and herbal teas