to Peaked Mountain Mandalas and Ru Allen Clay & Camera, formerly
Allen & Allen Photo & Craft. As of January 1, 2020, the
partners of Allen & Allen,
Karen Allen and her daughter, Ru (Evelyn), dissolved that business and formed their own separate businesses.
For the most current information about us, look for us on Facebook at Peaked Mountain Mandalas and Ru Allen Clay & Camera. The Allen & Allen Facebook page is still active as well.
Our arts and crafts are available in several area shops. Karen's work is available at Boothbay Harbor Artisans, which is open from mid-May through the weekend of Indigenous Peoples' Day. The Maine Craft Association's Center for Maine Craft at
the West Gardiner turnpike plaza carries Karen's mandala cards and
drawstring bags. Ru is currently taking a break from pottery
production; however, you may still find some of her work at Monkitree craft and gift shop in Gardiner and The Maine Variety on Route 3 in Palermo. The Maine Variety also carries Karen's cards and crafts, local farm products and
handcrafts, and Maine brand items.
Karen plans to participate in the following events. For the most up-to-date listings, please visit her Facebook page.
**April 29, 2023 Augusta Holistic Mystic Fair at the State Armory, 179 Western Avenue, Augusta, Maine, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
**June 3-4, 2023 Maine Fiber Frolic at the Windsor Fairgrounds, Windsor, Maine, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day
can also stay in touch with us online at our
Etsy shops, Fine Art America, and Facebook. Karen offers an
introduction to her artwork and several mandala videos set to music
on her Youtube channel. If you have any questions please contact Karen.
Please stay well and safe! We look forward to seeing soon.