When thinking of Vaillancourt Folk Art, thousands of families think of the memories that were made at their 1800’s farm house located in Sutton. For twenty years, people would start their traditions in the home-like setting with the retail store on the main floor, artists rooms on the second floor and offices within the other buildings on the property.
In 2007, Vaillancourt Folk Art relocated 6-miles down the road into a historic stone textile mill. The new location provided a more efficient environment for the company and a more pleasant experience for the customers. Spread across 12,000 sq/ft, the new location offers a Gallery, decorated with all the splendor of the holidays, where customers are able to enjoy shopping (and leather couches with WIFI access for those just tagging along), a Vaillancourt Christmas Museum for those looking to see the transformation from the 1984 pieces to today, the Artists’ Studios where we offer guided tours throughout the year, and Blaxton Hall where Vaillancourt Folk Art hosts an annual performance of A Christmas Carol and other functions throughout the year.
Whether you have fond memories of the old location or just looking for a memorable experience, Vaillancourt Folk Art is the place to come to enjoy the magic of the holidays throughout the year.
- About Vaillancourt Folk Art of Sutton, Massachusetts
- Our Studios
- Gerald Charles Dickens
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- The Chalkware Tradition by Vaillancourt Folk Art in Sutton, MA
- It’s hard to tell when a tradition begins…
- A Fine Art Collectible, Made in Massachusetts
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- Sutton Chain of Lights
- A Classic Christmas Shopping Experience in Massachusetts
- Collector’s Weekend 2017
- #DickensWeekend: Live Performances by Gerald Charles Dickens