Whether you're shopping for the perfect gift or a unique piece for your home, Made in Chenango is the place for you.
Made in Chenango Gallery, Inc. is a Gift Shop
and Gallery that was established in 1997 as a small business owned
and operated by local artist's and craftsmen in the Chenango County,
New York area. The Gallery/Gift Shop offers a unique array of original
handcrafted products and creations in several styles, mediums,
and materials, including hand made soaps, soy candles, wooden toys, along with other wood accessories for the home, stained glass, pottery, jewelry, hand knit items, felted wool, cross stitch, quilting, sculptures, local history books, music CD’s as well as seasonal gifts and decorative items.
The Gallery area features original paintings in oil, watercolor, notecards, fine photographs, sculpture, pen and ink drawings; and quality reproductions, including several of local scenes and landmark buildings. Commissions are welcomed, especially portraits of your home or pet.
July-August guest artist:
Kathleen S. Walker Cameron - Snafufarms, North Pitcher,NY
I was born (1946) and brought up in California; my father was part of that select band of Aerospace geniuses who looked heavenward to the moon and stars, and then used their collective genius to design air and space craft to enable Man to reach such extraordinary goals. My mother was a gifted jewelry designer and sculptor in stone.
The family passion however was the World of the Horse. I was in the show ring from the age of five, and when I wasn't riding, I was drawing any of our animals who would stay still long enough. Dogs, cats and horses were endlessly stalked by a small, tousled child armed with pencils and pads.
I majored In Fine Art at California State University, Long Beach (Drawing, Painting and Sculpture) taking minors in my other two passions, History and English Literature. In 1968, I attended the internationally renowned Porlock Vale School, where I attained my teaching credentials (Riding Instructor) from the British Horse Society. I met my future husband whilst in England, and in 1970, we married and moved first to Ireland, then back to England where we trained race (steeplechase) horses and show horses for many years.
During these years, my art took something of a back seat whilst I raised my family, and saw them all safely through University.
After a hiatus of more than three decades, I took a deep breath and picked up my paints and sculpting tools again. My, but I was rusty, but it all came back I became a member of the Society of Equestrian Artists, and was delighted to have my work juried in to their Annual SEA Exhibition in London.
Family commitments have brought me to New York, where I have been juggling my art with the complete renovation of father's old family farm, to which he retired in 1969.
My work reflects the live I have lived; in the glorious English and Irish countryside, surrounded by horses, hounds, hares , foxes and the timeless style and panache of the Old World.
Help Fund the Norwich Canal Boat Mural by Deborah Whitman
Limited Edition Matted Prints Available at Made In Chenango --$25.00
All Proceeds from print sales go to the Mural Fund
We are located at
25-27 No.Broad St
Norwich, New York, 13815
Tues-Wed 11-5 Thurs-Fri 10-6 Sat. 10-3 Closed Sun-Mon
"Special Hours" Thursdays July 2 -Aug 13 10AM-8PM