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The sale features a variety of media, including blown glass, jewelry, aprons, pottery, rugs, ornaments, paintings, mosaics, all affordably priced.

PGM FILE PHOTO: BARB RANDALL  - West Linn artist Ann Munson will host her popular Artists Greenhouse Holiday Sale Dec. 7 and 8, featuring art made by 20 local artists in a wide range of mediums. Munson will also share information about her new 4th Quarter Farm which provides floral bouquets for seniors. She poses inside the greenhouse which will be filled with art during the sale. It's back, and better than ever.

West Linn Artist Ann Munson has reopened her greenhouse to 20 artists, who have in turn cleaned out their studios, meaning the 12th annual Artists Greenhouse Sale will be held from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Dec. 7 and from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Dec. 8.

Munson's greenhouse is located on her property at 1335 S. Woodbine Road, West Linn.

The sale features a variety of media, including blown glass, jewelry, aprons, pottery, rugs, ornaments, paintings, mosaics, all affordably priced.

This year Munson also will offer poinsettias grown by New Leaf Greenhouses, with proceeds benefiting 4th Quarter Farm, Munson's cut flower farm that provides fresh flowers to seniors, caregivers and shut-ins.

Artists showing their work at the Greenhouse Sale include: Nancy Becker (blown glass), Leslee Burtt & Chris Warren (gourds and baskets), Patti Bobonich (dyed and felted goods), Jennii Childs (jewelry), Donna Cooper (fiber art), Mary Dennis (paintings, prints and cards), Laura Dufala (high fire stoneware tiles), Michelle Gallagher (clay garden art and ornaments).

Debra Glanz (paper), Victoria Hammond (one-of-a-kind recycled collage), Michelle Lattanzi (photography, prints and cards). Carol Markt (natural materials on glass), Kathy Marty (woven rugs), Cindy McDougall (arm warmers, uncommon aprons).

Andy Munson (etched glass), Ann Munson (paper collage and prints), Michele Rigert (porcelain and watercolor cards, bead bracelets), Peggy Ross (textiles and paint), Ginger Steel (stoneware), Natalie Warrens (porcelain) and Sandy Visse (ceramics).

Admission is free. To learn more, visit annmunson.com or call 503-936-5708.


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