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Shop handcrafted works from small businesses! Meet Aline Sar at the Montclair Village Art Walk on May 21 & 22, 2022, from 10am-5pm. “I hand fabricate a small selection of metal jewelry. My work is light and airy, organic and always whimsical. Clean and pure lines by nature are difficult to achieve. I stray from traditional jewelry to simplify and to allow a design to unfold into its purest form. I use negative space to visually imply more and still clarify the subject. My techniques include forging, shaping and soldering. I make and draw my own wire when needed to assure continuity. Mixing two different metals allows for contrast when working in a metal only medium, making the focus, the design, not a stone setting. Each piece achieves perfect alignment through the least amount of lines built to become the final product.” ~ Aline Sar Get to know the artists and learn the stories behind each piece they make. Visit us at to learn about upcoming events.

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The goal of Pacific Fine Arts Festivals (PFAF) is to present the highest quality Art Festivals and Fairs possible. Several of PFAF’s festivals have been ranked in the top 200 outdoor festivals in the country by Sunshine Artists Magazine. Artists and craftspeople as well as host communities appreciate Pacific Fine Arts Festivals for the high quality of its exhibitors, its integrity, professionalism and efficiency of operation. If you’ve attended a PFAF event, you know first-hand the quality of the work presented. If you haven’t yet had the opportunity, we look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming events. Pacific Fine Arts Festivals' events feature media such as painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, woodwork and leather, and wearable art such as clothing and jewelry.

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