Sherman Artists Open Studio. December 2 & 3, 2023 10 am – 4 pm

Sherman Artists Open Studio. December 2 & 3, 2023 10 am – 4 pm

The third annual Sherman Artists Open Studio is this coming Saturday and Sunday, December 2 & 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Twenty-five local artists are participating in this year’s Open Studio event. Artists will be in their studios, at the Sherman Town Hall, the Sherman Senior Center, and White Silo Winery. The show features local painters, photographers, mixed media, jewelry, fused glass, and fabric artists. This is a chance to meet the artists,  learn about their processes and do some holiday shopping.  For more information, visit

Bright yellow signs throughout Sherman will guide you to the locations.  Pick up a brochure at many local Sherman locations.  The brochure has a map, overviews of the participating artists, and a list of sponsors. The brochure can also be downloaded from the website:

Seven artists are opening their home studios: Virginia Shaffer with guest Bethe Bogues,  Cathlee Kessman, Christy Bonaiuto, Kenny Litwack, Linda Hubbard, MJ Newman and MaryJane Magoon.   At the Sherman Town Hall will be Bonnie Johnson, Carolyn Cohen, Charlene Leichter, Denise Schlesinger, Elizabeth Knowles, Jill Kaplan and Jodi King.  At the Sherman Senior Center will be Christina Maschke, Cynthia O’Connor, Doreen O’Connor, Jeff Ginsburg & Lu Li, John Charles & Mako Kumano, Mae Maimone,  Renee Collins, Susan Grisell and Ted Hollander.  Terry Pasquale will be at the White Silo Farm & Winery.

Samples of the artists’ work are on display at the Sherman Library from November 17 through to January 10, 2024. For more information:

We thank our sponsors:  Ed Schaffer, Clair’s Garden Center, Sherman Wine & Spirits, Sherman IGA, Betsy Duckworth, Irit Granger of William Pitt & Sotheby’s, Eileen Barrett of KW Partners, Jean Flynn of Luks Realty, Amber Vangas, Webster Bank, White Silo Farm & Winery, Keno Graphics and the Sherman Library.

Sherman is the home of many talented artists. This is an opportunity to meet some of them, see their work and support them. Join us the first weekend of December!

For more information, visit the Website:

Author: Harlem Valley News