Granby Artists Gift Show at Holcomb Farm Dec. 4-5

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Knitted articles such as these will be available for purchase.

Save the dates and come to Holcomb Farm on Dec. 4 and 5 to shop for original works of art created by local artists. There is no gift supply problem at this show. The Granby Artists Association (GAA) and Granby Recreation and Leisure Services once again bring their holiday marketplaces to Holcomb Farm in time for your holiday shopping. Bring a friend and discover the talents of your neighbors and local businesses.

Sampling of mugs that will be available for sale. Submitted photos

New and long-time members of the GAA will be participating in the Holiday Gift Show. Here are many of the talented Granby artists who will be selling work at the show:

Bill Mcgonagle, one of the newest GAA members, will have beautiful wood lathe-turned items.

Aimee Gilbert, knitter and textile artist, brings her hats, dryer balls, unique note cards and knitted items.

Stu Browning, woodworker and artist, will have utensils made from the Granby Oak, polished cedar slabs that are ideal for trivets or centerpieces, original paintings and greeting cards.

New creations from calligrapher Debby Reelitz include her 2021 ornament, works on birch bark, engraved pitchers, and her line of Fun Organic Shirts.

A master of multiple media, Sally Markey will have sock animals, painted wood items, new decoupage ornaments with all manner of interesting themes, original watercolors, prints and cards.

Laura Eden will reveal her 2021 ornament and have a large collection of original paintings, prints and greeting cards and information about art classes she teaches in town.

Linda Yurasevecz, Avis Cherichetti and Tracy Marlor will have shelves and tables full of original ceramic creations both useful and decorative for that perfect holiday gift.

Sue Canavan will have paper flowers for sale by the stem as well as other paper creations like holiday décor and gift toppers.

Alyssa Coburn will be selling art prints, stickers, tote bags and greeting cards featuring her custom illustrations.

Douglas N. Williams will be selling hand-crafted clocks and Shaker boxes.

New member Bob Grandahl will have works in acrylic on canvas.

Glass artists Annukka Ritalahti and Mark Gottlieb will have a new selection of colorful glass Christmas ornaments. Annukka will also have new jewelry and smaller stained-glass pieces and Mark will have blown glass vases, cups and bowls.

Both the old and new barns at Holcomb Farm will be full of artists and vendors with plenty of inventory. The Gift Show takes place on Saturday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 5, from noon to 4 p.m. Holcomb Farm is located at 113 Simsbury Road in West Granby.