This show has been a traditional holiday event in Great Falls, Virginia, for about 30 years. It has been held at Hidden Springs Farm since 1991 where each year the artists welcome their guests with an interesting selection of holiday gifts, refreshments and music in a relaxed and festive home environment. Guests are encouraged to linger, chat with the artists and the other guests, and take a walk on the farm. If you would like to receive an invitation to this event, please email Laura@Pigpenpottery.com.
This year the show will be November 18, 19 and 20. Our artists are:
Krista Adams – Potter/ candlemaker
Lois Benson – Weaver
Linda Cameron– Organic Skin Care
Steena Fullmer – Fused Glass buddhakittyglass.com
John Fulwood – Potter riverpots.com
Sally Groom – Card Maker
Bill Hardy – Wood Turner turnstylesonline.com
Foster Holcombe – Glass artist artoffire.com
David Hughes – Rustic Furniture weatherwooddesign.com
Begona Morton – Painter begonamorton.com
Laura Nichols – Potter Pigpenpottery.com
Rosemary Stokes – Jeweler
Eric Zieg – Blacksmith mountvernon.org/digital-encyclopedia/article/blacksmith-shop
Mary Ann Redmond will perform on Friday Evening.
Handwoven scarves and shawls, and this new for this year, knitted socks!
One of a Kind Fused Glass Art
This year, I will be bringing a piece back to its “roots” almost literally, by bringing the outdoor dining table made from a cedar tree that fell at Hidden Springs. I have always been attracted to the thinking that a work of art has more vibrant meaning and spirit when it returns to its birth place, which is what gives me a lot of joy to bring this table to the show and the land that created it.
Homemade pots for everyday use
New designs for my favorite show of the year!