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Song Dog Studios Brings Artwork from Cherokee to Alpharetta

A sunny Saturday was great, but even the rain on Sunday didn't stop all the customers from visiting the Woodstock artists' booth.

Even the rain on Sunday didn't stop all the customers from stopping by Song Dog Studios' exhibit booth at the nearby Alpharetta Arts Streetfest.

Linda Ingles and Jean Stephens of Woodstock brought their artwork to the weekend arts festival, showing off the wire-wrapped semi-precious stones, shells, coral, fossils, sharks teeth and other natural artifacts handcrafted into pendants, earrings, bracelets, rings and more, all of which were for sale.

The two artists say they were treated right by the Alpharetta event organizers.

This isn't the first time weather has affected their time at a show, though it wasn't nearly so serious as the September 2011 Powers Festival in Newnan, which had shortened hours because of the threat of tornadoes.

Their old website – which now seems defunct – says they developed Song Dog Studios in 2001, transitioning from working with woods to creating jewelry with unique stones from around the world.

These days you can find the artists at festivals around the region when they aren't at their studio on Bells Ferry Road.

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