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Willie’s Market, LLC: biscotti

About Baker's Rack Biscotti Baker's Rack Biscotti is hand made in small batches with quality ingredients. Each batch is rolled and cut by hand and 'twice-baked' the traditional way. Ingredients like; rich cocoa, fresh eggs, real butter, quality chocolate, nuts and liqeurs make this biscotti stand apart from the rest. They can be eaten alone or dunked and are large enough to share (if you choose). Each piece ...

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John Joseph Coffee

Made in Prairie du Sac, WI Current Offerings: Sumatran bean roasted Medium Spanish Roast: colombian bean roasted very dark Black and Tan: colombian blend, very dark mixed with very light Bold Eagle: Sumatra/Colombia blend Decaffinated Peruvian bean ...

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Our Artists

River Arts on Water is a beautiful space on the banks of the Wisconsin River in Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, where people can explore, celebrate, and experience the arts and cultural forms that bond humans and the landscape in which they dwell. Devoted to the cultural and ecological vitality of the community, it is a retail gallery, concert, workshop and gathering place. See what is currently on display at Ri ...

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Darling Chocolatier

Kim Darling received her B.S. in food chemistry at the University of Wisconsin - Madison and is a certified chocolatier. She founded Darling Chocolatier,LLC with the passion of creating delicious high quality and beautiful artisanal chocolates. Her chocolates are made from the finest cacao pods grown in Hawaii and the best Wisconsin cream and butter. These chocolates are truly American made. The first thing ...

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Jane Varda: pastels and oils

Artist Statement I work concurrently as a freelance art director and painter in my office and studio. Trained in a variety of media, I paint primarily in oil and pastels en plein air. During snow season, I work in the studio, either from still life or my own photo references. My subject matter is drawn from the world I see around me and from that to which I am deeply, emotionally connected–the sanctuary of ...

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Judi Werner: jewelry

About the Artist Judi Werner focused her education on Computer Technology rather than the arts. It turns out that corralling all those bites and bytes over the years to make programs that people can use in their business was very creative work, with a lot of logical thinking and problem solving thrown in. It was a very useful foundation for this science-oriented artisan. Many years ago Judi started collecti ...

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Karen Timm: paper and book art

Artist Statement I am a visual artist who loves to create with paper or fabric. After receiving my BFA in Communication Design at the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota, I went into art directing at advertising agencies in the Twin Cities and in Madison. That background has influenced my artwork even today. Working mostly with white paper, I love to create 3D work that has some kind of message fo ...

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Connie Morrison: painting and collage

Artist Statement: I have undergraduate and graduate degrees in Interior Design and Textile Arts from Purdue University.  I've been a student, teacher, traveler, gallery owner and have always made art.  My work is a combination of painting and collage.  I paint, stamp and dye various papers with acrylics.  These papers are cut into shapes and adhered to gessoed birch panel with gel medium and small nails.  M ...

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Kelly Parks Snider: encaustics, sculptures, illustration

About the Artist “I give everything to the creative process. I write and paint to create a character, express a thought or make a connection. I am not concerned about adhering to a specific style, medium or format. This allows me to be fully absorbed in asking: What are all the possibilities here? What I seek is to share a profound connection I feel with a character, an idea or an aspect of my life. My hope ...

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Carrie Scherpelz: mosaics

Artist Statement I can relate to the resourceful pioneer women who made their beautiful quilts using discarded threadbare clothing. To make my art, I use what comes to me. The raw materials for my Second Chance Mosaics arrive when people share the results of their mishaps: . . . a friend drops her grandmother’s dinnerware . . . bowls fall from a shelf at The Kitchen Store . . . a child breaks her china tea ...

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