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Holiday Market at Columbus Circle NYC

I will have a selection of handbags and works on paper for sale at Galeria Galou's booth at the Columbus Circle Holiday Market  in NYC from December 3rd to December 24th!  The market features 100+ vendors with a wide selection of unique and handmade gifts. Galeria Galou will feature a collection of affordable artworks starting at $20, perfect for unusual, inspiring and impressive gifts to go under the tree. They will also have textiles from Central Asia, wallets made out of recycled paper containers by Juicy Wallets and artsy toys made from natural fibers by the KOKO Company, among others. If you are in the NYC area stop by the  Columbus Circle Holiday Market and say hello to Patricia, owner and director of Galeria Galou. She is the sweetest person. The market is open daily from 10AM to 8PM. 

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