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Cottage Street Studios


May 14-15, 10am – 5pm

Participating Artists

Lynne Adams (Abstract Landscapes), Katherine Ahern (Handmade Lighting) Amanda Barrow (Abstract Prints/Paintings), Linda Batchelor (Printmaking/Collages), Cascata Woodworking, Kate Childs (Oil Paintings), Patricia Czepiel Hayes (Paintings), Kerry Dietz (Mosaic & Stained Glass), Stacy Geryk (Paintings & Photography), William Hewitt (Custom Woodworking), Karen Iglehart (Oil Paintings), LG TALBOT (Abstract Painting), Barbara Johnson (Cityscapes & Still Life), Suzette Alsop Jones (Bird & Flower Paintings), Kaleidoscope Pottery, Ellen Koteen (Fine Art Photography), Laura Radwell (Abstract Landscape Painting), Sage Meadow Farms (Goat Milk Soap), Jenine Shereos (Fiber, Textiles, Sculpture), Eva Shocken (Mosaics & Stained Glass), Matthew Simons (Fine Art Printmaking), Annie Steiner (Hand Painted Silk Scarves), Taylor Ceramics, Janna Ugone & Co (Lighting, Lampshades & Home decor) Sharron Vaillette (Representational Landscapes), Andrea Zax (Weavings & Wedding Gowns)

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Peggy Grose, painting

Laura Radwell, painting

Janna Ugone, lighting

Riverside Arts

Jenine Shereos

Stacy Geryk, painting

Ellen Koteen, photography

Lynne Adams, painting + classes

LaRocque/Levy, ceramic + wood

Elizabeth Brownlow, painting

Ruth LaGue, painting

Sage Meadow, soaps

Patricia Czepiel Hayes, painting

Kaleidoscope Pottery, pottery

Sharon Vaillette, painting

Amanda Barrow, printmaking

Cascata, woodworking

Taylor Ceramics, ceramics

Linda Batchelor, collage/prints

Jenine Shereos, Fiber & Textiles

LG Talbot, painting

Andrea Zax, bridal wear

Kate Childs, painting

Tangle Chocolates

Ruth Sanderson, illustration

John Darby, woodworking

Elizabeth Meyerson, painting

Big Wheel Press

Meet The




About The


ONE COTTAGE STREET, an old historic mill building, is situated on Rt. 141 across from the Nashawanuck Pond and board walk. Five decades ago it enclosed four cavernous acres of empty space. Riverside Industries purchased the building from JP Stevens Textiles, moved its programs in and began renting over three maze- like floors to bookbinders, a fine woodworking school and an ever growing community of artists. One Cottage Street has over 80 studios and is now home to a lively community of regionally, nationally and internationally recognized  designers, crafts people and fine artists many of whom have spent their careers here in good company honing their craft.



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