Artisans from the Eastern Shore and surrounding areas continue their five-year tradition of supporting Hospice of Queen Anne’s at the Kent Narrows Art Fair on Saturday, July 19. The group will be selling their handmade original creations from 10:00 am to 4:00pm at Fisherman’s Inn in Grasonville. The last Kent Narrows Art Fair of the summer will be held on Saturday, August 16, 10:00 am to 4:00pm, at Fisherman’s Inn.
Founded by the late Stanley Galkin, a former member of the Hospice of Queen Anne’s board, the group includes jewelry makers, glass artists, potters, wood workers, photographers and painters. Each artist donates 10 percent of sales from each Kent Narrows Art Fair to Hospice of Queen Anne’s.
Photo: Kenda Leager, (far left) development officer for Hospice of Queen Anne’s, and Heather Guerieri, (far right) executive director for Hospice of Queen Anne’s, got a sneak preview of the art that will be featured at the July 19 Kent Narrows Art Fair at Fisherman’s Inn in Grasonville. Visiting Hospice of Queen Anne’s are artisans (left to right) John Fitchett, Nancy O’Brien and Dave Murphy.