Friday, December 12, 2014

Tangletown Art Crawl


Last Saturday about a dozen artists who live in Tangletown, a St. Paul neighborhood, opened their homes to interested buyers for a holiday art crawl.  Paintings, ceramics, photographs, and jewelry were some of the items available for purchase.  The most interesting collection of craftwork was a home filled with unusual Christmas, winter, and holiday wreaths.  This wreath was on the front entrance door, beckoning buyers to enter and enjoy.

14 comments:

  1. A Christmas crawl... sounds like an evening I'd like to partake in. Now a combo art and pub crawl would be the best of both worlds. haha

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  2. I've not ever heard of such a thing, but I'll bet it was fun. I'd get all tangled up in all that art and probably would need to take out a loan when I got home!

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  3. Great idea and I like that name too.

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  4. The wreath is very welcoming. I love anything red!

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  5. what a beautiful door!

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  6. The whole pic is gorgeous!

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  7. A rather unusual wreath, but quite lovely too!

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  8. There were a few Holiday craft shows here last weekend.

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  9. Sounds like something I would enjoy. Love the door and the wreath..but this is when I could be accused of being OCD.....Why didn't they hang that wreath higher on the door?

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  10. The wreath is a festive red! An "art crawl" sounds intriguing.

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  11. I like art crawls and I definitely like this wreath. The art museum in Hartford used to have tree and wreath decorating competitions after Thanksgiving, and one year I bought one of the wreaths. When I go back to West Hartford in nine days, I must go looking for it.

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