It’s that time of year

The trees have hardly lost their leaves here in Ohio and we’re already gearing up for Christmas. Polymer artists like Sharon Sahl hold their annual sales this time of year. Sharon, like so many other fine artists, has no website and rarely enters juried shows. Instead she holds one open house and exhibits at three Ohio shows in October and November. Her works are collected and sought after. I’ll feature more of her works in the coming months. Her craftsmanship and attention to detail are remarkable.

If you know of other artists who, like Sharon, prefer to work out of the mainstream and the glare of the internet, let me know. They deserve some recognition and I’d like to give it to them.

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  • reply Jeanine ,

    just an FYI for Sharon Sahl fans that may not have received her mailing this year: she will have a website up and running by October 1st, http://www.sosornaments.com. She and her family have moved to Seattle, WA, so no open house or shows in OH this year.

    • reply Donna Fellmy ,

      Trying to access the new site. I’m from Ohio and have collected the ornaments for years

      • reply Dee Ann Martin ,

        Am anxiously awaiting the ornaments for 2006.Sharon does a supherb job of creating such detailed characters.

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