There's so much to see here, and even more at our location in Historic Downtown Millersburg, Ohio! So, take your time, look around, and learn a bit about us. We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to tell us what you think!
In 2009 work was slow for Aden, so he quit his job on a mason crew and started working in a sawmill. After seeing all the “trash” lumber being sent through the chipper he began to salvage larger pieces with unique character and began turning pens. After roughly a year of this, Aden started turning wooden bowls on his foot treadle lathe. He has a knack for finding unique burls and character in wood and turning them into beautiful examples of his craft. His pieces now include wood bowls, wooden yarn bowls and pens. His dreams for retirement involve wood turning and cooking maple syrup from his 30 acre sugar bush. Aden resides in Holmes County, Ohio.
Pam Solars has been creating beautiful textile pieces for some time, and now we are fortunate enough to have some of those pieces featured here at New Towne Faire! Rugs, table runners, scarves, cushions, shawls (incredibly soft, beautiful shawls), wall hangings... the list goes on! Stop in and see (and feel!) for yourself. Pam mostly uses wool and cotton for her work. The creativity and talent Pam displays with her pieces is only equaled by the quality of her work. Pam resides with her husband in local Wayne County, Ohio.
Daniel is a wildlife and conservation artist. His artwork is inspired by a fascination with nature going back to his childhood. A graduate of Columbus College of Art & Design, Daniel has been a Ducks Unlimited Sponsor Artist of The Year for Ohio and Alaska, and is the 2018-19 State Duck Stamp Artist for Ohio and the state of Delaware. Daniel says having his artwork used as a tool to conserve wildlife habitat is the highlight of his career. His lifelike representations of waterfowl, with the wonderful way he has of using light in his pieces, puts his work on a level all its own. Daniel resides in central Ohio with his family.
Created by Appalachian Food Artisan Chef Larry Roby, his BBQ Dipping Sauce has a little Southern tang, just enough sweetness, it’s not too hot, and has just a touch of smoky flavor!
When you BBQ, grill, or smoke, you work to achieve that perfect flavor, so it’s best not to smother with sauce during or after cooking. Chef Larry says “Just ENHANCE it at the finish!”
...also there miiight be a secret six-spice blend...
FREE of Gluten, Dairy, and Soy.
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