Lark Artists event celebrates 7th year

The Courier-Tribune
By: Judi Brinegar
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ASHEBORO — Start your holiday shopping on Saturday, Dec. 2, at the 7th Annual Lark Artists Handmade Holiday art show and sale!

The sale will be held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the 105Worth Event Centre on Worth Street in uptown Asheboro.

This event is the largest mixed-arts/crafts holiday show in Randolph County. The original works of the 30-plus vendors include pottery, glasswork, paintings, drawings, fine art photography, mixed media art pieces, papercrafts and woodcrafts, jewelry, repurposed and upscaled accessories, yard art, housewares, garden and home décor pieces, birdhouses, handmade soaps and lotions, herbal products, and hand-sewn, knitted and crocheted items.

The artists who will be participating in this holiday shopping event are as follows:

* Brenda Jones of High Meadow Alpaca Farm knits, felts and weaves with her farm’s alpaca fiber and paints in pastels.

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