Susan Watson's Midsummer Night's Meadow Farm
at the Page Farm Museum's Holiday Fair

Yesterday I went to the Page Farm Museum with two of my sisters.  The museum was having a holiday/craft sale.  My granddad was a supporter of the museum, so we thought it would be fun to visit and check out the holiday fair. I had never been to the museum and now want to go back with my kids!   The architecture of the barn was amazing and I could see displays like the one above which warrant a closer look.  As I said, we went for the holiday fair.  I wasn't intending on taking pictures, so didn't bring a camera.  I only had my phone camera which I whipped out when I saw these works by Susan Watson.  

I was delighted with the works of Midsummer Night's Meadow Farm, the artist being Susan Watson.  Susan has her own sheep and uses the wool from her sheep for her beautiful creations.  I could tell she loves her farm and the creative process.  She had some traditional striped blankets, which did not come out on my camera.  I loved how her work embraced history but also had a modern spin.  I love art that gives a nod to the past but is current for today.   If you'd like to read more about Susan, she was featured in the Bangor Daily News here and you can read more about Susan here.

Look at these beautiful example of wearable art!

I asked Susan if I could post her contact information and she said that would be fine.  I love artists. 

You can contact her below to schedule an appointment:

Midsummer Night's Meadow Farm
67 McComb Road - Garland, Maine 04939


Jan Conwell said...

Makes me wish I could wear hats. :~)

Dixie Redmond said...

Hi, Jan - I believe there's a hat for everyone! ;-) said...

That wool rug in the picture is beautiful,everything is.phyllis

"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

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