The work of several artists from Stokes County is being featured in “Deck the Halls” at the Sawtooth School for Visual Art.
Clyde Lassiter and Mary Jane Noah from Walnut Cove along with Carolyn Landreth from King are among the more than 80 artists participating in the Sawtooth’s sale of affordable crafts and fine arts. Admission is free to this annual fundraiser, and the event runs through Dec. 22. The Sawtooth School is located in the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts complex at 251 N. Spring Street in downtown Winston-Salem. For more information, visit www.sawtooth.org or call 336-723-7395.
The arts and crafts show features a unique variety of work from Sawtooth faculty, students and regional artists and craftsmen, all beautifully displayed in a gallery and gift shop setting. Items include ceramics, jewelry, apparel, paintings, ornaments, stained glass, quilts, pillows, baskets, sculptures, wreaths, soaps and more. Sponsored this year by Forsyth Medical Center and Inmar, “Deck the Halls” provides a venue for both established and budding artists and craftsmen to display and sell their work while generating funds to help support the non-profit Sawtooth School’s arts-based programs and operations.