Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News

Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Talents showcased in Port Townsend Arts Guild sale

Artisan James Arrabito discusses his copper and brass work with customer Jenita Hunnicutt of Monroe at the Port Townsend Arts Guild Holiday Craft Sale on Friday.

Arrabito has given out hundreds of cancer survivor bracelets he makes with the metals and decided to branch out into other items.

This was his first time participating in any fair with his work.

With the event in its 28th year, Port Townsend Arts Guild President Donna Harding said she expects to donate $3,000 to the Port Townsend Food Bank, the event’s annual gift.

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