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Big Fun at Tonight’s First Friday at The Hungerford

Rie Mayway October Guest Artist with text

I have a colorful shop with 4 artist friends at The Hungerford, in suite 240. It’s an old factory, which was used to make syrup, now turned into 5 floors of artist studios and businesses. Some studios are the workplaces of artists and are open regular hours. Some, like our shop, are retail spaces only. We’re open First Fridays, Second Saturdays and by appointment 7 days/week.

Origamist Rie Maywar is our guest artist in Suite 240 on October First Friday and Second Saturday.

Origamist Rie Maywar is our guest artist in Suite 240 on October First Friday and Second Saturday.

Rie Maywar Framed Butterflies

My partners in art are:

Beautiful Bag
Jean Keane makes fabric accessories for you and your pet. I call her the best fabric picker-outer ever!

Copper Earrings
Lori Prince makes artisan jewelry in a variety of media. She has some really cool new stuff in copper.

Sunburst Bowl
Mary Terziani is a fused glass artist, who loves to make bright, colorful, often floral, vessels.

Colorful Windchimes
Tom Zachman makes decorative glass pieces, stained glass & fused glass. He’s well known for his windchimes, made with new glass and recycled wine bottles too.

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I’m a paper artist, specializing in hand stitched designs, designed on a computer. I make framed art, notepads, paper jewelry and greeting cards. I’ve started dabbling in Origami and have big flowers made from the pages of church hymnals.

09-29-15 Paper Flowers

Black Cat Magnet

Haunted Hungerford

Art isn’t Dead, it’s Undead.

Friday & Saturday night.

Explore a dozen delightfully-disturbing studios at the Hungerford including The Night Gallery, a creepy cool group show, costume contest, and studio raffles!

Donate toiletries for Sample Soap. Even the undead like to look good & smell good!

Springtime in the Vineyard Arts & Crafts Show – Thursday, May 7

4-Collage

May 7
10:00 – 7:00
Spring in the Vineyard

Casa Larga
2287 Turk Hill Road
Fairport, NY 14450

The Bent Utensil
Cherie Carter Designs
Hope in Art Studio
Culinary Designs/Joanne Andrews
Mary Terziani Glass1st Place in Glass, 2014 Brockport Arts Festival
Purple Hippo Crafts

Hungerford 318 Hosts 1st Guest Artist – Jen Born

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First Friday, March 6, 6-9pm

Hungerford 318
Door 2
1115 East Main Street
Rochester, NY 14609

This Friday, March 6, you’ll get even more bang for your art buck at Hungerford 318 as we host our first guest artist, super awesome mixed media artist, Jen Born, of ps enjoy your life.

Jen can do more with black Sharpies and acrylic paint than anyone I know. Look at the detail in this thing!

Jen can do more with black Sharpies and acrylic paint than anyone I know.
Look at the detail in this thing!

Jen will be selling her coasters and other small items on First Friday.

Jen will be selling her coasters and other small items on First Friday.

She'll have her signature Enjoyablocks too!

She’ll have her signature Enjoyablocks too!

Have Sharpie, will travel! Jen now teaches her style at painting parties right in your home.

Have Sharpie, will travel! Jen now teaches her style at painting parties right in your home.

And we five resident artists of Hungerford 318 will have fresh new handcrafted goods too!

Jean Keane – Fabric accessories for you & your pet.
Lori Prince – Artisan made sterling silver, copper, polymer clay and resin jewelry.
Stefani Tadio – Hand stitched paper art; notepads, framed art, paper jewelry.
Mary Terziani – Fused glass plates, bowls, platters and vases.
Tom Zachman – Glass art

New! Holiday Guide – from Sweet Whimsy Designs!

Holiday Guide 2014

Leandra Sweet is an amazing woman I met at Rochester Brainery in 2013. I’ve watched her peg dolls get more refined and creative than you could ever believe possible for a peg doll. Such detail on tiny pieces of wood!

I saw a mention from her in social media a few weeks ago, that she was putting together a holiday guide. It caught my eye because that is something I specifically wanted to search out this year, for the four entities that I passionately promote:

My own paper art business, Pine Tree Designs.

My actual steady-paying job, the manager of the gift department of Fairport Pharmacy.

My beloved community of artists, Rochester Artisans.

My newest venture, Hungerford 318, a shop in The Hungerford that I co-own with Jean Keane, Lori Prince, Mary Terziani and Tom Zachman.

I’ve barely researched it, know I have to start earlier in the year, but at least holiday guides are on my radar now. I’ve been mainly focusing on navigating the world of press releases and just learning what promotional options are available, outside of Facebook. 2014 has been the year of remembering there is life outside of Facebook. No, really!

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Which brings us to Instagram. When it first arrived on the social media scene, I made a conscious decision to stay away from it, simply because I did not want One More Thing. But during the last few months I’ve noticed more and more usage of it and have heard it’s great for promoting and sharing.

So I opened an account a couple of weeks ago and I love it! Which is maybe what I was afraid of in the first place. 🙂 I, like most artists I guess, am a very visual person. Second only to Pinterest, I love the visual fulfillment I get from Instagram. Like I said, I’m new – only have 10 posts so far.

Back to Leandra Sweet. I love her blog, I love seeing photos of her 3 little Sweets, 2 girls and 1 boy; she homeschools them. I love her enthusiasm and passion. And boy, is she all over Instagram!

When the student is ready, Leandra appears! I am in her {Handmade} Holiday Gift Guide 2014, featuring the gift shop at Fairport Pharmacy, home to 60+ local artisans – and Hungerford 318. Leandra introduced me to the world of giveaway loops on Instagram. I love learning new things! Ours runs through November 6 so I wanted to get this posted ASAP to alert you. You’ll recognize a good number of Rochester Artisans as you loop through the shops. (The instructions are included here.

This giveaway loop heavily features shops which sell stuff for kids, which makes sense since that is the demographic for Leandra’s peg dolls and she has little kids. I finally re-opened my Etsy shop this week and really need to beef that up, and then I can very easily see myself getting into more of these, geared more toward my demographic. I can also see myself running a few of these throughout 2015. (Oops! Was that out loud??)

In the span of the 7 hours this giveaway loop has been up, my followers increased from 72 to 596. See why I need to stock up my Etsy shop?? If only a fraction of those 596 turned into buyers, I’d be happy.

Christmas Tree Card Kit

Ornament Sale to Benefit 3 Area Rescues

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Several Rochester Artisans have hand crafted ornaments in this sale
at Tuxedo’s K9 Training Camp and Day Care!

First Friday at The Hungerford, Oct 3, 6-9pm

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HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE NIGHT INCLUDE:
• Create Art 4 Good (201) is unveiling a new exhibit of new works by artist, Susan Carmen-Duffy
• Quilt artist, Julia Deal is the “Artist of the Month ” in the Main Street Artists’ (452-458)
• Off the Cuff Designs (333) is featuring live music by Jim Lane
• It’s not to late to pick out Halloween beads with Francesca DeCaire (216)
• Stop by Hungerford 318 (318) and shop the new collection of holiday ornaments

Additional parking is available at the Credit Union across Main Street, on the east side of the building, and at Greenovation.

OPEN STUDIOS:
201, Create Art 4 Good
215, Nancy Murty
216, Francesca DeCaire
222, VonBrake Spices
225, Genesee Libby
228, Happy Earth Tea
228, Kumagama Clay Studio & Gallery
234, Airigami
236, Constance Mauro Studio
242, Cat Clay
258, Blue Toucan Studios
258, Creativ Framing & Art
258, Chenille Macabre
318, Hungerford 318
318, Stefani Tadio
318, Tom Zachman Glass
333, Off the Cuff Designs
344, Rituals In Metal & Stone
350, Delish Glass
356, The Group in the Loop
406, HessMess Creations
417, Nomadic Photographic Arts
420, The Tea Pottery
428, Hodaka Pottery
458, Margot Fass
458, Suzi Zefting-Kuhn Artworks
437-439, Rochester Art Club
452-458, Main Street Artists’
Door #9, Warren Phillips Fine Art & Frame

Can’t make it Friday? Join us for Second Saturday, Oct. 11th from 10am–3pm.

Hungerford 318 Launches Holiday Ornaments on First Friday, October 3

2014 Hungerford 318 Ornaments

First they were artists, then they became friends.

We met online a few years ago through Rochester Artisans, a community of artists founded by Stefani Tadio in 2009. Over time we ran into each other at local craft shows – and it didn’t take long for us to become good friends,” says glass artist Tom Zachman.

Jean Keane, JK Stitches, Shortsville, NY, uses whimsical and elegant fabrics to create useful accessories for pets and their humans.

Lori Prince, L Prince Designs Art Jewelry, Rochester, NY, creates artisan jewelry using copper, sterling silver, polymer clay and resin.

Stefani Tadio, Pine Tree Designs, Fairport, NY, designs symmetrical patterns on a computer, then stitches them by hand on paper, to make framed art, greeting cards and notepads.

Mary Terziani, Mary Terziani Glass, Rochester, NY, kiln fires colorful glass into bowls, plates and coasters in a very painterly style.

Tom Zachman, Tom Zachman Glass, Webster, NY, uses both recycled and new glass to make his one of a kind wind chimes and ornaments, often combined with steel elements.

“Over dinner, we’d talk about having a retail space to use for selling our art, to supplement our art fair income,” adds Lori Prince. “And we knew The Hungerford is where we wanted to be. It’s a four-story former syrup factory turned into artist studios and shops primarily, along with other businesses as well.”

H318 Banner

The five artists opened Hungerford 318 in June 2014. The group has joined HUA (Hungerford Urban Artists) to promote all that goes on in the building. And HUA is a member of both NOTABA (Neighborhood of the Arts Business Association) and The Market District. While all five artists live in the suburbs of Rochester, they are strong supporters of the local art scene everywhere.

“We’re all proud of each other’s work so it’s easy to talk with customers. It’s nice having five people to split the rent and provide coverage during events if some of us are busy with shows on weekends,” says Jean Keane.

Mary Terziani chimes in, “And working with friends is such a nice bonus!”

For October’s First Friday, on October 3 (6-9pm), the artists are launching their 2014 collection of ornaments, perfect for the holidays but beautiful for year-round display too.

The historic Hungerford building is located at 1115 East Main Street in downtown Rochester, near the Public Market. The artists are active participants in the highly popular First Friday (6-9pm) and Second Saturday (10am-3pm) events at The Hungerford, and their shop is also open by appointment.

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FirePaint Studio, Saturday Guest Artist at Hungerford 318

Patty Zachman Collage

Each piece I make has many layers of enamel and color. I start with a piece of copper which I hand saw, drill, file, sand and thoroughly scrub clean of all dirt and oil.

Then I sift a layer of powdered enamel onto copper, fire it in a kiln at 1200-1500 degrees F. I let it cool and scrub it again. This process is repeated over and over for every layer of enamel. Some pieces go through 7 firings. Both sides of the copper are enameled to give the piece stability and allow the wearer to show either side.

I’m so happy to be invited to be a guest artist this Second Saturday at The Hungerford! I’ll be selling my enameled copper jewelry at Hungerford 318, a colorful little shop owned by my husband and 4 other artists. I hope you’ll stop by! ~ Patty Zachman ~

August 9
10:00 – 3:00
Second Saturday at The Hungerford

1115 East Main Street
Rochester, NY

Fire Paint Studio Guest Artist at Hungerford 318
JK Stitches (Suite 318)
L Prince Designs Art Jewelry (Suite 318)
Mary Terziani Glass1st Place in Glass, 2013 Brockport Arts Festival (Suite 318)
Pine Tree Designs 2013 Honorable Mention at Artist Row (Suite 318)
Tom Zachman Fused Glass (Suite 318)

Second Saturday – Shopping at The Hungerford

June 14 Second Saturday
June 14
10:00 – 3:00 pm
Second Saturday

The Hungerford Building
1115 East Main Street
Rochester, NY 14607

Our shop will be open! You also might catch us working on our jewelry & paper projects - bonus!

Our shop will be open! You also might catch us working on our jewelry & paper projects – bonus!

Create Art 4 Good (Suite 201)
JK Stitches (Suite 318)
L Prince Designs Art Jewelry (Suite 318)
Mary Terziani Glass1st Place in Glass, 2013 Brockport Arts Festival (Suite 318)
Pine Tree Designs 2013 RPO Bravo Award Winner; 2013 Honorable Mention at Artist Row (Suite 318)
Rituals in Metal & Stone (Suite 344)
Tom Zachman Fused Glass (Suite 318)
Urban TurningHonorable Mention at 2013 Artist Row (Studio 40)

Jean Keane, JK Stitches, has gorgeous clutches, just like this one - featuring flamework beads by Francesca DeCaire.

Jean Keane, JK Stitches, has gorgeous clutches, just like this one – featuring a flamework bead by Francesca DeCaire. Hungerford 318.

Shellburst Greeting Card Kit, $7. Make your own Father's Day card!

Shellburst Greeting Card Kit, $7. Make your own Father’s Day card! by Stefani Tadio, Hungerford 318.

Lori will have a great selection of polymer clay beads for bracelets.

Lori will have a great selection of polymer clay beads for bracelets at Hungerford 318.

Fused glass artist Mary Terziani has several of her black and white check style pieces for sale at Hungerford 318 .

Fused glass artist Mary Terziani has several of her black and white check style pieces for sale at Hungerford 318.

Windchimes by Tom Zachman. Trains by CSX. (You'll be amazed by the artful graffiti on some of the cars!) Hungerford 318.

Windchimes by Tom Zachman. Trains by CSX. (You’ll be amazed by the artful graffiti on some of the cars!) Hungerford 318.

Introducing: Hungerford 318

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I’d heard of The Hungerford for a quite a while before I visited the former fruit syrup factory. It sounded so exotic and chichi! (That’s pronounced she-she.) While a volunteer at Rochester Contemporary Art Center, I had an opportunity to visit, to deliver postcards.

As I walked the halls of the 5 stories, I got actual goosebumps. I kid you not. “This is where I want to be.”

(It turns out there is nothing exotic & chichi about the old building with a wonky freight elevator, uneven floors, oddly patched ceilings, no two spaces alike. Quirky, urban and fun? Yes. I love old buildings put to new uses!)

To me, it was a dormitory of artists – what could be better? I didn’t really want to work out of there because I like working out of my home studio because it’s super convenient, obviously. And if I did have a working studio there, I feared I’d spend all my time socializing with other artists and never get any work done.

But I have wanted a permanent space for Rochester Artisans – to meet, hold classes, have exhibits. I couldn’t justify the expense but I couldn’t let go of the idea, either. It sat simmering in my brain for a couple of years.

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And then, at the right time, with the right people, the idea morphed into a different kind of reality and I could not be happier. Five of us artist friends have partnered to form Hungerford 318, a retail space in which we sell our hand created goods. We are all Rochester Artisans – that’s how we met. I do want to hold RA events in the space in the future. It’s only 300 square feet so uses will be limited. Still thinking on this part.

Jean Keane, of JK Stitches, makes fabric accessories for you and your pet.

Jean Keane, of JK Stitches

Lori Prince, of L Prince Designs Art Jewelry

Lori Prince, of L Prince Designs Art Jewelry

Stefani Tadio, of Pine Tree Designs

Stefani Tadio, of Pine Tree Designs

Mary Terziani, of Mary Terziani Glass

Mary Terziani, of Mary Terziani Glass

Tom Zachman, of Tom Zachman Fused Glass

Tom Zachman, of Tom Zachman Fused Glass

Our grand opening is this Friday, June 6, 5:00 – 9:00. Please visit us and also take time to say hello to other Rochester Artisans participating in First Friday events in the building and around town. (First Friday is officially 6:00 – 9:00, but we’re opening a little early, at least on this Friday.)

June 6
6:00 – 9:00 pm
First Friday

The Hungerford Building
1115 East Main Street
Rochester, NY 14607

Cat Clay (Suite 225) Transcending Schisms: Hamsa-inspired ceramics by Gayle A. Erwin
Create Art 4 Good (Suite 201)
Francesca DeCaire (Suite 216)
JK Stitches (Suite 318)
L Prince Designs Art Jewelry (Suite 318)
Mary Terziani Glass1st Place in Glass, 2013 Brockport Arts Festival (Suite 318)
Pine Tree Designs 2013 RPO Bravo Award Winner; 2013 Honorable Mention at Artist Row (Suite 318)
Rituals in Metal & Stone (Suite 344)
Tom Zachman Fused Glass (Suite 318)
Urban TurningHonorable Mention at 2013 Artist Row (Studio 40)
VonBrake Spices (Suite 222)

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June 6
6:00 – 10:00
First Friday
RoCo Upstairs Open Studios

137 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604

Beachcomber Designs

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Ongoing, we will be open First Fridays 6:00 – 9:00 (exception: July 4) and Second Saturdays 10:00 – 3:00 and by appointment. There will be special holiday hours between Thanksgiving & Christmas. We might have additional regular hours but honestly, having put the space together in just 1 week, we just want to get through our 1st First Friday , take a breath and then figure more things out from there.

See you Friday!

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