Buckhannon, West Virginia natives Sarah Brown, Meghan Reed Gordon, and Laura Baisden will be returning to their hometown to team up for a one day pop-up shop on May 19, 2017!
Sarah Brown is the printer and artist behind Questionable Press. She, along with her 1948 Heidelberg Windmill named D, creates masks, cards, prints, and other stationary using antiquated, classical methods of image production like wood engraving, wood cuts, and linoleum cuts.
Meghan Reed Gordon is the jeweler known best as Square Peg Meg. Using midcentury European glass, deadstock brass components, vintage crystal appliques, and other repurposed antiquities, Meghan creates jewelry and millinery accented by hand-painted patina finishes and bespoke detailing.
Laura Baisden has been in Tennessee for the last 10 years learning how to be a letterpress printer. Currently, she runs a letterpress shop in Knoxville, TN called Camp Nevernice. She carves illustrations primarily from linoleum blocks, using antique wood and metal type for the text. All the images are hand carved, hand set and hand cranked.
The Hometown Pop-Up & Art Sale will be from 11am-7pm in the first floor storefront of the Hymes and Coonts Building on Main Street!