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With just five days left until Christmas, gift givers who still have recipients to buy for may need a little help finding gifts that don’t require last-minute shipping during this hectic time for delivery services and the United State Postal Service. With no need to hope that gifts arrive on time, givers might want to consider stopping by the Suwanee Arts Center to peruse the Artisan Holiday Market and small WORKS exhibition, especially if a recipient on that gift list enjoys art and items that are uniquely one- of-a-kind.

“This exhibition encompasses 2D and 3D art in a variety of media and themes, from paintings, photography, pottery, jewelry, mixed media, woodworking, and sculpture,” said Aggie Nivilinszky, Suwanee Arts Center director. “All artwork is for sale at gift-giving prices and available for customers to take home at the time of purchase.”

Gift cards are also available for purchase and can be used toward classes and workshops, as well as merchandise.

The Suwanee Arts Center will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 21-23, and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, Christmas Eve.

“Stop by for some holiday cheer and visit us during gallery hours,” Nivilinszky said. “See the Holiday Exhibit and check out the Suwanee Welcome Center. We have brand new Suwanee swag available such as the high pony hat and the 2022 Mr. Eggwards calendar.”

For more information on the Suwanee Arts Center, click here.

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