Nell’s pottery is artistic as well as functional. She uses a mid-range Stoneware which is formed the potter’s wheel to produce classic pottery forms that are characterized by clean lines and rich natural glaze colors.
Tom uses found materials that he collects along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. The carving process is a marriage with the work that mother nature has done to the piece through the time and tides and his vision of what is hidden inside each piece.
Stop by Mary’s booth to watch her create beautiful hand painted works of art.
Hand-wrought sterling silver jewelry which incorporates Allison’s love in simplicity.
Bernie travels nationally and internationally collecting driftwood from which he creates unique solid sculptures inspired by the design structures of the wood.
Using domestic wood, exotic wood and driftwood, Zana creates elegant pieces that can be used daily.
Passion, persistence and patience, along with facts of animal behavior are utilized to celebrate the intimate beauty of nature.
Using traditional hand waxed batik methods, Eric creates unique wildlife and landscapes of the Chesapeake and Mid-Atlantic regions.
Angel has developed a unique way of using wire wrap, sculpture and mosaic to create one of a kind wearable art pieces.
Handmade scarves for every occasion.
Eco-chic hand-crafted jewelry created with ancients-to-vintage findings.
Ryan uses argentium silver, solid gold and 14-karat gold filled wire to weave, wrap and tie wearable works of art.
Sterling silver and gold filled wire of varying shapes and tempers form the framework for the pieces and contains the stones (precious and semi-precious) cabochons and found items.
Functional and decorative pottery is created by Ron and then fired either with ash or crystalline glazes.
Using vintage silver plate flatware, Elsa creates jewelry and windchimes.
Each piece Kate creates is not purely from imagination but inspired by her travels. She is drawn to create wearable art mementos that remind her of her travels.
Artist Simon Xianwen Zeng expresses his imagination and love for nature in his art works in oil on canvas and brush,ink color on paper.His works describe the beautiful of human beings and truth which are shown by both traditional and modern style.
These hand-crafted organic products are unlike anything that has ever touched your skin before.
Driftwood sculptures of figures from natural and mythical worlds.
Last year, this was best in show.
Only the finest organic ingredients are used to create their extra-virgin oil infusions.
Drawing his inspiration from life and the surrounding ocean, Bob carves in 3-D, creating the depth and proportions that bring each piece to life.
Bob will be demonstrating at his tent throughout the day.
Using scrap metal and found objects, Pat creates beautiful lamps, bells, wind chimes and sculptures.
Featuring a variety of custom-made items from wood and acrylics to challenge coin holders and engraved glasses.
Features hand-crafted vegan bath and body products made with out chemicals and cruelty free.
Jill creates functional and decorative items for the home from fused glass.
Using old American silver and copper coins, Susan creates custom coin jewelry. Each piece comes with a coin history.
Grabinska Studio specializes in one of a kind hand crafted fine art silver jewelry and hand-dyed scarves.
T-shirs, tunics, dresses and more are creating through a process called “ice dying”–different and unique.
Using traditional and ancient methods of metal fabrication, Michael creates beautiful sculptures. Michael will be demoing his skill throughout the weekend, be sure to stop by to see how he works.
Michael from Expert Metalworks will be demonstrating his skills at the festival. Be sure to stop by and see his amazing creations!
Gerry makes beautiful nautical hand painted window art.
Patricia loves to paint any variety of subjects with animals being one of her favorites.
Mallory uses local and organic ingredients to make her cookie sandwiches and sugar cookies.
When Carl is not appearing on stage in NYC or elsewhere, he designs and crafts silver and gold jewelry.
Bart paints peaceful impressionistic scenes and beautiful flowers that will allow you to escape from a nerve-jangling word.
We are a family business entering its 7th year. We offer a wide array of handmade jewelry items in every price range.
Linda paints detailed watercolors of rural Virginia using soft backgrounds and crisp detailed foregrounds. She likes to take the viewer on a trip viewing beautiful Virginia scenes.
LINDA WAS AN AWARD WINNER LAST YEAR
Pat makes lamps, bells, wind chimes, yard art and sculptures from scuba tanks, fire extinguishers and scrap metal.
All items are hand crafted by Michael using traditional and ancient methods of metal fabrication. Some items are created using “recycled” or old junk parts which are combined into new sculptures and creations. I can take what others have discarded and make it into something creative and give it a new life.