Studio B’s Holiday ‘Bizarre Bazaar’ Returns to Maplewood Dec. 6

by The Village Green
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The following is from Studio B:

abominable_finalMaplewood has claimed well-earned bragging rights for its beautiful downtown, and amazing shops and restaurants. Now, this distinctly artistic town has another thing to be excited about: 40 of the most talented artists, crafters and collectors will gather on December 6 at the Studio B Holiday Bizarre Bazaar.

Chosen from over 80 applications, the artists chosen for the Bazaar this year will be bringing their handmade jewelry, fine art, sewn and knitted textiles, paper goods, amazing vintage finds, tutus for kids, holiday delights, eclectic evening bags, home décor, handmade clothing and a thousand things beyond description. The only thing that all of these items have in common? They are all 100 percent unique.

“This is a chance to see the work of our incredible local artists, and – even better – to take it home with you,” says Jenny Turner Hall, Studio B co-founder and Honcho. “This event is our way of celebrating the work of so many creative people.”

Studio B, which recently became a non-profit organization, has focused on local artists — including performers, musicians, filmmakers, writers — since its inception five years ago. The Holiday Bizarre Bazaar was started three years ago as a way to engage local visual artists with a wider audience. “Every year, we’re amazed at how many applications we receive. There are more working talented artists and crafters here than we ever dreamed,” says Marcy Thompson, Studio B’s other Honcho.

The sale has become a favorite county-wide, bringing in an ever-growing audience – including many residents from Montclair and beyond. Both Turner Hall and Thompson encourage shoppers to spend the day in Maplewood, and make stops at all of this community’s one-of-a-kind stores. “This sale is one stop on a fantastic day of shopping and eating in Maplewood – everyone should come out and see what the fuss is about.” Says Turner Hall.

Studio B's Jenny Turner Hall and Marcy Thompson (and friend)

Studio B’s Jenny Turner Hall and Marcy Thompson (and friend)

Back again this year is the loveable Abominable Snowman, who will gladly let you snap a selfie with him on his Woodland throne – for just a $5 donation to Studio B.

The Holiday Bizarre Bazaar

Sunday, December 6, 10am-4pm

Admission: free

The Woodland (60 Woodland Road)


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