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Adornment Craft Center proudly introduces “the Savvy Art Market,” Saturdays & Sundays from 10am to 4pm. The Savvy Art Market features up and coming artists, groups, and guilds displaying their jewelry, paintings, sculpture and various crafts, on a weekly basis. Talk with the artists! Find that special gift! Discover the perfect unique accessory! Or order a custom made piece just for you!

While you’re here, find out more about Adornment’s Classes & Workshops, available workspace, and craft supply store! Now accepting vendor applications. To apply, just go to the Savvy Art Market website or call 410.662.6623.

The Savvy Art Market, at the Adornment Craft Center, located at 3600 Clipper Mill Rd., on the light rail’s Woodberry stop in Hampden! Go to The Adornment Website or TheSavvyArtMarket.com for details!

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