Flemington Fine Artisans Show – a Highlight of Flemington’s Dynamic Art Scene

The Flemington Fine Artisans Show returns to Stangl Factory, 4 Stangl Road in Flemington on Sunday, November 3rd from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Now in its seventh year, this biannual curated show will feature 36 local artists displaying work in
jewelry, ceramics, glass, home décor, fiber art, one-of-a-kind clothing, photography, painting and more.
The historic Stangl Factory(www.stanglfactory.com) is the prefect venue to bring new and returning artists
together with customers looking to explore the artists’ creations and get a head start on their holiday
shopping.

“Since the very first show, the idea was to support our local professional artists’ community,” said show organizer, Inna Dzhanibekova, owner of Small Joys Studio, “we couldn’t have done it without the support of our past and present sponsors and community partners: Roman Jewelers, Grateful Bites, Unity Bank, and Shoprite of Flemington and the Flemington Community Partnership.”

Flemington’s art scene has become a destination for artists and patrons alike. In addition to hosting the Artisan Show, Stangl Factory is home to Kissimmee River Pottery Studio(riverpots.com), Ken Von Holt Gallery(kenvonholt.com) and the Stangl Stage which host live musical events headlining local, regional
and nationally-celebrated musicians and serves as the backdrop to the opening night of the Central Jersey Jazz Festival(centraljerseyjazzfestival.com).

Another dynamic venue for young artist and musicians is FlemingtonDIY(flemingtondiy.org). This space offers multiple galleries, a performance venue, multi-purpose rooms and work spaces for music recording and production, painting and art, and a media library
stocked with books, zines, and music.

The Fine Artisans Show is dedicated to growing the local arts and crafts scene by featuring high qualityand distinctive value. The show is free and open to the public. Free parking. For more information, visit FlemingtonFineArtisansShow.com or Facebook at Flemington Fine Artisans Show.

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