Creative Entrepreneurship

“My papier mache birds are caricatures really. I give them poses and faces that remind me of people, using colorful paint as adornment. The hanging ornaments are a bit more conventional and I’m having a ball exploring ways to highlight that individuality.”

“My papier mache birds are caricatures really. I give them poses and faces that remind me of people, using colorful paint as adornment. The hanging ornaments are a bit more conventional and I’m having a ball exploring ways to highlight that individuality.”

The five resident artists of suite 240 at The Hungerford are pleased to present their November 6 First Friday guest artist, mixed media artist Karen Rothfuss. She lives in Waterloo, NY and is eager to share her colorful fabric coil bowls and personality filled papier mache birds.

The Hungerford is 5 stories of open studios & shops, located at 1115 E Main Street, Rochester, NY 14609. It is open to the public First Fridays, 6-9pm, Second Saturdays, 10am-3pm.

The 5 artists sharing suite 240 sell decorative and functional handmade pieces in a variety of media, including fused glass wind chimes and dishes, fabric accessories, hand stitched and folded paper and metalsmith jewelry.

Jean Keane * Lori Prince * Stefani Tadio *
Mary Terziani * Tom Zachman

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