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Down Cellar Clothing

Down Cellar Clothing is mostly hand silkscreened and dyed adult clothing with some shibori thrown in.

I create my images from many cultural sources, the human figure and natural and found objects and like to convey motion and scenes that are ambiguous so people can make up their own stories.

It appears that the urge to embellish clothing is universal and began almost as soon as clothing appeared.

The aim of Down Cellar Clothing is to follow that tradition with appealing, easy care and long lived clothing.

Expressions by Marisa

Celebrate the Connecticut Storytelling Center's 36th Annual Storytelling Festival with Expressions by Marisa!

Marisa Glynn created Expressions by Marisa when she was eleven years old. Now in her 20's, she is in her eleventh year of business.

Expressions by Marisa sells cards of Marisa’s photography and paintings, beaded necklaces, earrings, and bracelets at craft fairs, home parties, and educational conferences. Marisa has taught jewelry making at birthday parties, spoken to Brownie troupes, been accepted by fine craft juries.

From the beginning, Marisa has donated 10% of her profits to charity, including the Connecticut Humane Society, The Red Cross, and The New London Meal Center. She has been a regular vendor at the Connecticut Storytelling Center’s Annual Storytelling Festival for the past five years.

Stop by Expressions by Marisa at the Festival! You won’t be disappointed!

Flavours of Life – The Fair Trade Store

86 Bank Street, New London, CT
860-444-9428
info@flavoursoflife.com

Hours:
Monday - Saturday 11 am - 6 pm;
Sunday 12 pm - 5 pm

A passion for fair trade policies and a desire to showcase quality merchandise from around the world led to the creation of this remarkable store.

Flavours of Life features unique and reasonably-priced fair trade products from Africa, Asia and South America.

Visitors to the retail shop will immediately be captivated by the variety of items for sale, including coffee, tea and chocolate.

Treat yourself and stop in today. Great place to find that special gift.


Proud participant of Friday Nights in The District.

Website: flavoursoflife.com

Jennifer Lee's Native American Bark Baskets

Trees that are shading the garden are debarked in spring before felling.

The bark is sewn with spruce root and rimmed with Arrowwood or Red Osier Dogwood.

The wood is used for lumber or firewood.

All materials are self harvested in the Northern Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts and are made from a single piece of bark, folded to create various shapes.

http://barkbasketsbyjlee.com


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