Shop for unique art, gifts at Oracle Holiday Market through Dec. 22

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‘White Flowers & Fern’ fabric art by Carol Ann Small


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Playing card and postcard origami boxes by Val Bembenek

All the elements of an exceptional holiday gift-shopping experience – fired clay work, stitched and knitted fabrics, molded paper mache objects, fused glass art, turned wood sculpture, nature art, and metalwork – are in place at Oracle’s seventh annual Gifts & Art Market, which is open through Dec. 22.

The market-gallery, located at 1880 W. American Ave., in Oracle, is open Wednesdays-Sundays from 10AM-5PM. It showcases creations of the 15 participating local artists and artisans.

Shoppers will also find imaginative jewelry crafted with glass, stones, metals, beads, and sculpted silver; handmade holiday and home décor objects; as well as distinctive art notecards, holiday cards, handmade paper stationeries, and blank journals. In keeping with the spirit of friendly pricing, many items are less than ten dollars.

Oracle is on Hwy. 77; just past mile marker 100, turn onto American Ave. For information, visit www.oracletown.com or call 520-896-2464.

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‘Helen’ clay sculpture by Carol Mahoney

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