A multi-colored quilt by Cathy Fussell

Eat, drink and buy art!

Join JCSM, as we invite up to 12 artists for a specially curated, one-day seasonal event on Saturday, Dec. 2 from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. Our featured artist is nationally acclaimed quilter, Cathy Fussell. Shop unique, hand-crafted gifts and decorative items. The Museum Cafe will have savory bites, cocktails and mocktails available for purchase as you make your selections. Martha’s Trouble will perform between 12 and 3:00 p.m. Galleries will also be open with special exhibitions from the permanent collections and loaned works from art collectors. Free admission, advance ticket reservations encouraged.

A geometric patterend quilt by Cathy Fussell

A quilter for almost 50 years, Cathy Fussell works out of her home studio in Columbus, Georgia, where she produces both hand-quilted and machine-quilted pieces. She makes traditional quilts, art quilts and modern quilts, and she salvages vintage quilt tops.


Small x-shaped earrings by Stephanie Edstrom

Stephanie Edstrom Jewelry creates original custom jewelry designs, handcrafted in Auburn, Alabama that are modern, timeless and sophisticated.




Stained glass artwork by Deborah Strawn.

In Deborah Strawn’s words, “For many years now I have been in love with glass. It never disappoints when it comes together on the table. And at that moment, as the light passes through the work, it explodes with color.”



Three vases

Tammy Reese has recently worked as an assistant teacher at Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington. She uses a relatively new technique of powder printing in glass.

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