Selma Art Guild holds Mini Makers Market

Selma Potter Jo Taylor shows folklorist Amy Milligan of Norfolk, Va. how to make a suncatcher with stained and fused glass at the Selma Art Guild's Mini Makers Market held Saturday, Jan. 4 at the gallery located at 508 Selma Ave.
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By Fred Guarino

The Selma Sun

Scenes from the Selma Art Guild’s Mini Makers Market held Saturday, Jan. 4 at the SAG Gallery located at 508 Selma, Ave. The event featured quilts, felt art, luminaries and fused glass.

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Beth Walker, a Selma needle felt artist, shows Dale Dobbs of Selma how to make needle felt ornaments using a canning lid as a frame.
Mary Margaret Pettway, a quilter from Gees Bend, makes Drunkard’s Path quilt blocks. Born and raised in Gee’s Bend, Pettway is a third-generation quilter, and daughter of Lucy T. Pettway. She is a member of the Gee’s Bend Quilters Collective, founded in 2003 to promote and market quilts from the community of Gee’s Bend. She taught quilting workshops throughout the southeast and is a instructor at Black Belt Treasures Cultural Arts Center in Camden. In 2018 she was named an Alabama Humanities Fellow by the Alabama Humanities Foundation.
Gena Clements, a Selma artist, makes luminaries.