PHOTOS: Francestown Recreation Commission hosts arts fair

Hand-carved jewelry boxes by Jim Barker. 

Hand-carved jewelry boxes by Jim Barker.  STAFF PHOTO BY JESSECA TIMMONS

Betsy Hardwick of Francestown poses with her art. 

Betsy Hardwick of Francestown poses with her art.   STAFF PHOTO BY JESSECA TIMMONS

This plein air portrait of Monadnock by Francestown artist Marcy Tripp Graham was rescued after being blown into the wetlands depicted into the foreground. 

This plein air portrait of Monadnock by Francestown artist Marcy Tripp Graham was rescued after being blown into the wetlands depicted into the foreground.  STAFF PHOTO BY JESSECA TIMMONS

Artist Paula Kerouac of Bennington with her paintings. 

Artist Paula Kerouac of Bennington with her paintings.  STAFF PHOTO BY JESSECA TIMMONS

Craft and jewelry display by artist Becky Pellerin at Francestown’s arts festival on Saturday. 

Craft and jewelry display by artist Becky Pellerin at Francestown’s arts festival on Saturday. 

Glass artist Susana Miles of Smiles Glass Art. 

Glass artist Susana Miles of Smiles Glass Art.  STAFF PHOTO BY JESSECA TIMMONS

Photographer Alison Deland Scott displays notecards and photographs. 

Photographer Alison Deland Scott displays notecards and photographs.  STAFF PHOTO BY JESSECA TIMMONS

Crafter Annie Beard with some of her crocheted creations.

Crafter Annie Beard with some of her crocheted creations. STAFF PHOTO BY JESSECA TIMMONS

Published: 06-18-2024 12:06 PM

The Francestown Recreation Commission presented an arts fair Saturday at Town Hall. Local painters, crafts, and artisans displayed their wares as a preview of Francestown’s annual Labor Day event.

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