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Q & A: Admission tiles to arts festival are works of art in themselves

Working with a press, Linda Ellett of L’esperance Tile Works, creates a clay impression which will eventually be baked in a kiln and made into an ornament.
Photographer: Bruce Squiers
Working with a press, Linda Ellett of L’esperance Tile Works, creates a clay impression which will eventually be baked in a kiln and made into an ornament.
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If you’ve been to SaratogaArtsFest, a small piece of fine art is probably somewhere in your house. Perhaps it’s on display: hanging in a sunny window or dangling from a wooden shelf. For four years, since the first SaratogaArtsFest in 2007, the colorful square ceramic tiles that serve as admission badges for the June arts event have been handmade at L’esperance Tile Works in the Saratoga County hamlet of Rock City Falls. Measuring 2-by-2 1⁄4 ...


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