Celebrate the arts by attending the ninth annual Merrill Artisan Showcase Feb. 11 at Bell Tower Residence, Merrill.
Held in Assisi Hall, the show runs from 1-5 p.m. and includes 20 or more Wisconsin artisans who will display their painting, photography, carving, pottery, fiber arts, quilting, jewelry making and more.
New this year, artisan Shirley Gajewski will display her nature collages.
Her work has been exhibited at the CVA in Wausau and at other shows. She donates all proceeds from her work to charity, and her proceeds from the show will go to Bell Tower Residence.
Admission to the event is $5 and includes wine, cheese, appetizers, and piano music on the hall’s Steinway Grand.
Donated artwork will also be raffled off during the event.
Proceeds from the show go to Bell Tower Residence for debt reduction. Bell Tower Residence Assisted Living is a ministry of the Holy Cross Sisters.
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