Craftboston Holiday Show 2012
Artist Mike Libby showed off his work and posed with a sculpture that he had sold hours before.
Caro-Gray Bosca and Mary Hughes of Hughes-Bosca 18K in Gloucester showed their jewelry.
Jewelry from Hughes-Bosca 18K.
Jim Rosenau of This Into That posed with his work, functional items made from books.
Books made into keychain holders from This Into That.
Deb Kracht of Arthead Studio created these items, which she calls “reTweets,” combining her art with humorous 140-character-or-less messages found on Twitter.
Deb Kracht of Palmer, from Arthead Studio, at her booth.
Robin L. Bergman of Robin Originals, right, discussed her work with Craftboston attendees Barb Madrid of Braintree and and Kevin Hannon of Roslindale.
Designs from Robin Originals, based in Concord.
Tim Christensen displayed his fine drawings on porcelain.
Christensen’s “Box Turtle Box,” with a piece entitled “Waiting For An Ark” in the background.
Gay Smith of Gertrude Graham Smith Pottery, a company she named after her grandmother, displayed her work at Craftboston.
Works by Ann Williamson Designs of Portland, Oregon.
Mirela Baric of Brandon, Vt.’s Swan & Stone Millinery, left, helped Nancy Hughes of Winthrop try on her hats.
Laurel Ford, left, of Rowley, purchased black pearl earrings from Maureen Banner, center, of Michael & Maureen Banner Silversmiths, with her friend Cheryl Brolin, right, of Randolph.
Handfelted items from Miss Fitt & Co., designed by Wendy Allen.
Furniture designed by Paula Garbarino.