Myra Miller of Harrisburg, right, holds one of her “Cell Sox” - a cellphone holder - as painter Marilyn LaDieu, also of Harrisburg, looks on at the Artisan Marketplace at the Perry County Council of the Arts Gallery, 1 S. Second St., Newport. Holiday shoppers can find unique items made by 31 central Pennsylvania artisans and more than 100 PCCA members at the marketplace. Gift items for the holiday season include original paintings, pastels, limited edition prints, photographs, pottery, woodcrafts, mosaics, ornaments, ironwork, stained glass, jewelry, sculpture, hand-woven rugs and textiles, handbags, music and books. Hours are 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday through Dec. 22. The Artisan Marketplace, a project of HACC’s Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, is designed to showcase the work of emerging artists. For more information, go to HACC or Perry County Council of the Arts.
Underwater photographer Bob Gay of Dillsburg, left, and fiber artisan Rebecca Zeigler of Harrisburg talk during a reception at the Artisan Marketplace at the Perry County Council of the Arts Gallery.
Underwater photographer Bob Gay of Dillsburg took this photograph, which is among the works for at the third annual Artisan Marketplace at the PCCA’s Gallery, 1 Second St., Newport.
Fiber artist Rebecca Ziegler’s handbags are among those on display at the Artisan Marketplace.