The Clintonville Arts Guild's annual holiday show and sale is just around the corner.

The Clintonville Arts Guild’s annual holiday show and sale is just around the corner.

The event, which is held at the Whetstone Community Center, 3923 N. High St., will run from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 11, 10 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12, and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 13.

“Guild members create artwork for every taste and budget,” according to member and spokeswoman Chris Kramer.

Locally crafted jewelry, paintings of all sizes, limited-edition lithographs, wearable art, carved and turned wood, fiber art, felt sculptures, holiday ornaments, ceramics, fused glass, handpainted silk, fine art photography, handpainted bags, wearable tie-dyed bamboo, fine art and clocks are among the items that will be featured at the show.

The Artist Showcase Gallery will once again be featured on the stage at the center.

Admission is free; door prizes will be donated by the artists.

Each year, 10 percent of sale proceeds benefits the Whetstone Community Center. In 2010, the guild donated $1,877.35 from the sale.

The Clintonville Arts Guild was founded in 1972 to promote the visual arts in the community and to “create a stimulating, encouraging and supportive environment in which local artists and craftspeople can share both their ideas and their passion for the arts,” according to the organization’s website, clintonvillearts.org. Members work in clay, fiber, glass, watercolors, acrylics, oils, photography, ink, precious metals, gemstones, beads, gourds, wood and found materials.

The guild offers monthly programs on topics ranging from art as a business, to creativity, to hands-on exploration of various techniques and materials.

The guild also hosts several member exhibitions each year in area galleries and provides a yearly scholarship for a local high school student going on to major in art.

For more information, contact info@clintonvillearts.org.