Rail Arts District (RAD) holiday market

The Rail Arts District will hold its first holiday market at Copia Dec. 2 and 3 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

It offers handmade pottery, textiles, jewelry and other objects created by more than 20 artists from Napa and Sonoma counties and nearby. The work of these artists will be showcased:

• Ceramics by Jeff Nebeker and Marc Lancet. Nebeker, a pastry chef and cake decorator, creates small ceramic sculptures of baked goods using wet clay squeezed from traditional pastry tools. Lancet has been making and teaching ceramics for 40 years. He is known for his Japanese tea bowls, ceramic paintings and sculptures. • Jewelry from Michelle Hoting, who makes jewelry inspired by nature – a falling leaf, the curve of a nautilus shell or the sweep of an owl’s wing. • Tana Soderman will offer cards and photographs of the farm animals she rescues during her day job as the founder and director of Sonoma Chicks. • Textiles by Merle Axelrod and Abby Bard. Axelrod’s silk scarves are images of landscapes that she creates from found fabric. Handwoven blankets, scarves and hats by Abby Bard highlight her use of a backstrap loom, a technique she learned in Guatemala from a Guatemalan woman of Mayan descent. The Rail Arts District (RAD) begins in the Oxbow District and continues northward for almost two miles along the Napa Valley Vine Trail bike and pedestrian path and the Napa Valley Wine Train tracks, with murals, sculptures and landscaping.

See www.radnapa.org, Facebook.com/radnapa and Instagram.com/radnapa.


December 02 - Dec 03

11: 00 am 6: 00 pm

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