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44. Barefoot Guitars 860-429-9572 811 Middle Turnpike

Carla Kelly, Luthier: Fine, hand-crafted “organic” guitars and assorted musical instruments built to order. Barefoot Guitars —a working luthery that smells wonderful and is full of rare and exotic woods and inlay materials. Instruction in lutherie and fine leather working.
Directions : Driveway is .7 miles from Kathy John’s (intersection of Rte. 195 and Rte. 44) on Rte. 44 going E toward Ashford.

45. William Stallman 860-487-1006 102 South Eagleville Road (Rte. 275)

Lyrical, elegant garden sculptures of birds and animals of found metal. Small oil Landscapes of local woodland scenes. Mobiles created from natural materials. [email protected] .
Directions : On Rte. 195, turn right on S Eagleville Rd., right on Westwood Rd. to studio

46. Silk Worm Gallery at the Little Red Barn 860-402-8827 341 Hanks Hill Road 2 nd weekend

Eileen S. Griffin, Photography: I continue to be awed by the land and its magnificence, whether it be a sunset, the crashing waves of the oceans, or a trail through the mountains and woods. I am also captivated by a certain slant of light as it bathes the landscape. The natural world draws me in to a peaceful place, and it is my hope that it accomplishes the same for the viewer. [email protected]
Stringing Them Along - Karen Beattie & Lynn Stanley: An eclectic collection of one-of-a-kind designs, combining beads of many origins including antique, semi-precious stones, metals, glass and acrylics. We have put together an assortment of neckpieces, earrings and bracelets, which go from the funky to the classic.
Feats of Clay - Lisa Krall: Hand built and wheel thrown pottery in stoneware and porcelain. Most pieces are functional pottery. 875-0917.
Mary Alice Neubeck: Unique hand knit scarves and wraps integrating a diversity of yarns in classic and innovative designs. Alpaca, merino, mohair, silk and cashmere, some hand spun and dyed, along with novely yarns, create an artful accessory for everyday or special occasion. 541-302-0183.
Directions: Proceed East on Rte 195, ~1.1 mile past UCONN campus to East Rd (across from Mansfield Firehouse). Turn left on East Road and proceed ~3/4 mile to the red barn where road turns sharp left and becomes Hanks Hill Road. Red Barn is at 341 Hanks Hill Road.

47. Emine Pottery 860-429-8269 53 Old Turnpike Road

Emine Cichowski: Functional stoneware pottery, one of a kind pieces, that are animated and playful. My pots are oven proof and microwave resistant.
Directions: At intersection of Rte. 44 and Rte.195, proceed 0.5 mile E on Rte. 44 and take first right onto Old Turnpike Road. Emine Pottery is 300 yards down Old Turnpike Road, on the left.

48 . Tollef Pottery 429-3445 164 Davis Road

Carol Tollefson Pottery for home and garden -- turtles, whimsical houses, wall hangings, bowls, platters, sculptural pieces and vases (from small to very large). Visit our gallery and separate studio with work in progress. [email protected]
Directions: Davis Road runs between Maple and Spring Hill Roads.

49. Michael Allison S 429-3490 549 Gurleyville Rd.

Wood Turned Art Decorative and functional wood-turned bowls, jars, vases and hollow forms using "found" local hardwoods, featuring brilliant color and dramatic grain. Plus some wooden looking pieces, the famous Bargain Shelf of closeouts, seconds and other pieces that need a good home.
Directions : Take the well marked, long gravel driveway 3 miles E of Rte. 195 and 1/2 mile W of Wormwood Hill Rd.