Beekman 1802 to recognize local artists


Since its beginning 10 years ago, Beekman 1802 has championed the work of artists in the region and across New York State.
To celebrate this decade of fine details, the original artisans—and even a few new ones—were asked to make a “special delivery” to Sharon Springs, creating a one-of-a-kind piece that represented the best of what they can do or that pushed their craft to the next level.
This holiday season, the second floor of the Beekman 1802 Mercantile has been turned into the “Special Delivery Heirloom Collection,” an exhibit featuring more than 35 exceptional pieces.
The public is invited to an opening celebration of the Special Delivery Heirloom Collection exhibit on November 2 from 6:30- 10pm.
The exhibit will run through the first week of January 2020.
Participating are: Cackie Trippe McCarty, Normandy Alden, Jasmine Crowe, Rabbit Goody, Michael McCarthy, Richard Saja, Adelphi Paper Hangings, The Farm House Project – Shawn and Kris, Facture Goods – Aron Fischer, Michelle Corbett, Beverly Cornelius, Rita Seiko Payne, Bobby Sharp.
Megan Irving, October Design – Stephanie Reppas, Robert Hite, Tim Giblin, Travis Schlaft, Carol Lew, Jessica Hernandez, Darla Jackson, Bob Cerney, Betty Fikes Pillsbury, Roger Wood, Marcie Schwartzman, Mary LeFleur, Maude White, Kate Howard, Amber Cowan, Andrew Hughes, Klein Reid, Joseph Kurhajec, Diana Hall.