The event will continue on Sunday, Dec. 6 from noon to 5 p.m.
Lux, a weaver, will showcase a new collection of tiny beaded and textured party purses in addition to her gem stone and beaded ball necklaces, and will debut her mixed media sculptures of extinct herons.
Foster, a potter, has a new series of small plates that she has drawn on, inspired by her chickens and other birds. There will also be a new assortment of coffee cups "hot out of the kiln."
Doug Stowe, woodworker and 2009 Arkansas Living Treasure, will sign copies of his newest book, Rustic Furniture.
Across the street at 21 White St., Mary Tait will open her studio for the weekend to show her latest one-of-a-kind ready-made curtains and bedding and pillows made of linen, silk and even paper.
For details, call 253-9639. The shows are free and open to the public, Refreshments will be served.