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Rolling Pin Art

Local Artists are at it again at Sweetie Pies

Honoring our trusty rolling pin!

This is the fifth year of asking local artists to honor the rolling with their creativity.

We have 5 artists who have contributed so far and we are asking our customers to get involved too.
On your next visit to Sweetie Pies, look for their display and cast your vote for the pin of your choice!
There is a silent auction going on at the same time, if you would like to try to bring one home.
Help us celebrate our 16th year in business in beautiful, creative Fish Creek!
We will announce the winners and present fabulous prizes at our Labor Day Picnic at Sweetie Pies, 9/5/11 at 6:00.
Click the pictures to get a better look, then use the back button. Click the pie lady to get back home.

Final Rusults! We had a great Labor Day Party! Thanks to all who came!

And The Winners Are:
First Place: Gerald Richter with "An August Day Sail"
Second Place: Abigail Holzschuh with "Complex Square Abstraction" and
Third Place: Janine Morse with "Rock n Roll'in"

Congratulations to all our artists!!!

Auction continues til October. Note: some of the "bids" are actually the minimum asking bid.

1 Eyes Sculpture
By Lory Birr
Votes: 32
Minimum bid: $35.00

2 Rock n Roll'in
By Janine Morse
Votes: 85
Current bid: $35.00

3 An August Day Sail
By Gerald Richter
Votes: 251
Current bid $85.00

4 Complex Square Abstraction
By Abigail Holzschuh
Votes: 93
Not for sale

5 Cardinal & Bridalwreath in Door County
By Charlene Schinktgen
Votes: 65
Current bid:$35.00

Here are our 2010 Highroller Art Contest Winners:

First Prize
Peter Sherrill
"No Really, It's
Just a Rolling Pin"

Second Prize
Abigail Holzschuh
"Puzzled"

Third Prize
By Gerald Richter
At The Shore
(Jerry couldn't attend picnic)

Renny Lea presents awards.
With Peter and Abigail
is Linda Anderson,
honorable mention.

To see what some of our earlier contestants came up with click here.

It's too late to sign up, but to see what it takes, for next year, go here.

There's no place like home.