TAG, They're It: Telluride High School Starting 12/4

Everything old is new again. Turns out the Telluride Artisans Guild (TAG) is right in step with the times. According to The New York Times, (Home section, 11/26): "The human touch rules this year."  TAG, under the auspices of the Telluride Council for the Arts and Humanities, hosts its annual holiday bazaar featuring homegrown work by popular regional artists. Over 30 booths are set up for irritainment-free shopping in the Telluride High School cafeteria. The event takes place Friday, December 4, 5 –8 p.m., Saturday, December 5, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., and Sunday, December 6,11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

The TAG bazaar, now close to 40 years old, offers one of the best places around to find gifts more from the heart than from the wallet. Clint's iMovie offers a sneak peak at the wide variety of items for sale.

The following is a list of participating artists and craftspeople.

Ornaments/Stocking stuffers

Pine cone candle wreaths (Jody’s Kitchen Plus)
Handmade picture frames  (MoMo Designs)              
Handmade cards (Carmen Tucker)  
Treasure boxes for memories and moments to hold (Teresa Lauterbach)
Journals and giclee prints of paintings (Ally Krilly)
Cookbooks (Ah Haa School for the Arts)
Watercolor greeting cards of Telluride area (Lucy Boody)
 2009 TCAH calendar, highlighting local landscape paintings by San Miguel County artists Bruce Gomez, Meredith Nemirov, Roger Mason, and Wayne Mackenzie. Images all of the Telluride region or inspired by the Telluride region.

Clothing/Knits:

Handknits/crochet (Carole Rychtark)
Dyed silk (KG Designs)
Handknits (Carmen Tucker)
Handmade mountain fashion for adults (Permakoff Designs)
Functionally elegant clothing for women (July*Five)
Felted scarves (Lucy Boody)
Silk-dyed scarves (Shea McWilliams)
Women’s fashions made from recycled menswear (Recycled Haberdashery)
Knitwear (Kittkebgoods)
 
Children and Baby Items
  

Fairy and angel wings, head pieces and more (Wings by Sara)
Dolls by Anjali Sawant
Needle felted animals (Lucy Boody)
Handmade mountain fashions for children (Permakoff Designs)
Functionally elegant clothing for kids (July*Five)
Crocheted toys (Lazy Bee)
Children’s Books. The latest winner of BEST Children’s Picture Book by US News (Kittkebgoods)
Whimsical toys and mysteries (Beth Bailis)
Personalized children’s clothing and accessories (Nine Telluride)

Jewelry:

Brigitte Bagrielle
Jenn Dewey 
Lisa Issenberg
Beads (KG Designs)
Customized photographic jewelry and charms (Thinkit_ jewel)
Handmade ceramic jewelry (Emily Willbert Pottery)
Paper beads made by women in Uganda, Africa (We Bead Connected)
Beaded earrings (Shea McWilliams)
Macrame jewelry (Forever Young)
 
Body Products:

Tomboy Soap Company (J. Newens)
 Black Horse Essentials
Spa items (Anjali Sawant)
 
Metalwork/Ceramics/Glass/Wood:

Carole Rychtark (Glass)
Handmade pottery (emily willbert pottery)
Lisa Issenberg (metalwork)
John Hopkins (Glass)
Candlesticks (KG Designs)
Painted Glass –  bottles, mugs, vases. (Marie Goodwin)
Ceramics (Ah Haa Open Studio Artists)
 
Gourmet foods/Houseware items

Telluride Truffle                             
Jody’s Kitchen Plus
Glass cheese plates (John Hopkins)
Hand-painted wine glasses, gourmet sweets and chutney, pot holders (Anjali Sawant)
Handmade Pillows (Lazy Bee)
Baskets made by women in Uganda Africa (We Bead Connected)
Habitat Build Blend Coffee and Handmade Cookie Boxes (Habitat for Humanity of Telluride Region)
One of a Kind Fine Linen (Forever Young)
 

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