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The George Eastman House is one of Rochester most treasured landmarks.

George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film combines the world’s leading collections of photography and motion pictures with the National Historic Landmark mansion and gardens of Kodak founder George Eastman. Eastman is heralded as the father of popular photography and motion picture film.

In this age of digital photography, from cell phone cameras to on-demand television and movies in high definition, I am 100% guilty of taking those things for granted.

Thank you Mr. Eastman!

Rochester Artisans is proud to announce our participation in the Eastman House fundraising event, Festival of Trees. This very cool project was brought to my attention by Rochester Artisan Barbara Tuttle, of Glimmer Jewels, who is a docent at the Eastman House.

The Festival of Trees is just one of the annual holiday events held at the Eastman House. The Holiday Wreath Display and Auction will have over 30 wreaths donated by garden clubs and florists available for viewing and bidding.

The Sweet Creations Gingerbread House Display is a perennial favorite that always makes the local news!

The Festival of Trees will feature dozens of decorated trees donated by area groups and businesses.

I feel a Rochester Artisans field trip coming on in December to partake in this visual festivity!

George Eastman House‎
900 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
(585) 271-3361

With apologies to Mr. Eastman for my lackluster photograph skills, here are some photos of the ornaments created by Rochester Artisans, each in our own craft style.

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Ann Campbell: By Ann1st Place in Painting & Drawing at Hilton Apple Festival 2012
Anne Bliss: Bliss Designs
Betsy Murray: Sunshine on Water
Candi Carr: By Cee Cee
Cherie Carter: Cherie Carter Custom Designer Handbags & Accessories2nd Place in Fiber, Brockport Arts Festival 2012
Chrys Callen: A Different View
Diane Fleckenstein: Crafter’s Haven
Irene Grassmann: Treasures of the Ukraine
Jean Keane: JK Stitches
Mary Terziani: Mary Terziani Glass2nd Place in Glass, Brockport Arts Festival, 2012
Pat Embury: The Dizzy Crafter
Patty Zachman: Fire Paint Studio
Stefani Tadio: Pine Tree Designs
Suzanne Martin: Spectacular II Designs
Tom Zachman: Tom Zachman Fused Glass

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Comments on: "George Eastman House Festival of Trees" (2)

  1. Great job everyone! The tree is wonderful.

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