2021 Festival Exhibitors

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April 10 – 11, 2021

August 14 – 15, 2021

Saturdays: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Sundays: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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As the global pandemic is still sparking cancellations of large public gatherings we decided that we must cancel the 2020 Spotsy Arts Festival for the safety of everyone. The good news is that in 2021 we will host two Art Festivals! The first festival will be on April 10th and 11th and the second festival will be on August 14th and 15th. Please mark your calendars as we know you will want to see your favorite artists and artisans at both Festivals.

Exhibitor Categories

Bath and Body

Candles

Ceramics & Glass

Digital Art

Fiber

Fine Arts / Graphics

Furniture

Gourmet Food

Jewelry

Metal

Mixed Media

Photography

Pottery

Toys

Wood

Miscellaneous

Bath and Body

Naturally Silky Soap

Handmade natural vegan bath soaps and body products.

Ceramics and Glass

Living in Glass Houses

Jill creates functional and decorative items for the home from fused glass.

Fiber

Handwoven by Design

Handmade baskets from pine needles and palm leaves, and oak basket reeds. Pendants and other jewelry made of pine needles.

Living Water Quilter, LLC

Handmade baskets, trays and coasters. Each made with cotton or nylon rope accented nylon cord, batik fabrics and Kraft-tex.

Fine Arts / Graphics

Bart Levy Art

Bart paints peaceful impressionistic scenes and beautiful flowers that will allow you to escape from a nerve-jangling word.

Faith Gailotte Art

Original pen and ink drawings.

Laurie Elder

Fine Art — 2D mixed media; watercolor, pastel, colored pencils.

Mary Ann Vessey Art

Stop by Mary’s booth to watch her create beautiful hand painted works of art.

Your Door and More

Brenda creates sketches, of homes, colleges, landmarks, etc., from photographs which are perfect to grace the walls of your home to to give as a gift!

Furniture

Locust Farm Windsors

William Jenkins creates artistry in the construction of Windsor chairs — Philadelphia low-backs, New York bow-backs, Boston and Nantucket fan-backs, comb-backs, continuous-arms and sack-backs. His work has been featured on television and in Windsor Castle.

Jewelry

Mint Springs Designs

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.

Phineas Rose Jewelry Studio

Ninika creates her jewelry by weaving/knitting sterling silver wire into stunning original works of art.

R&R Legacy Jewelry Studio

Jarrett works with recycled metals and re-purposed materials to create unique one of a kind finely crafted adornments in many styles and genres.

Sugar Grove Studio, Nell Fredericksen

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.

Metal

Expert MetalWorks

All items are hand crafted by Michael Gillespie 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.

Jack of All Creative

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Metheny Knives

Most of the knife blades are crafted from 440C stainless steel with handles made from stabilized/dyed fancy burled wood for the handles. These beautiful hand-crafted hunting knives are housed in sheaths made from vegetable tanned leather.

Mixed Media

Designs by Gerry

Gerry makes beautiful nautical hand painted window art.

Antique Lady

Using “found objects” and collected treasures Joan creates one of a kind Mosaic and Assemblage Art pieces.

Photography

iPhotoBirds

Passion, persistence and patience, along with facts of animal behavior are utilized to celebrate the intimate beauty of nature.

Rich Hobson Photography

Nature and Fine Art Photography.

Pottery

Sugar Grove Studio, Nell Fredericksen

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.

Wood

Applegrove Woodcrafts

Creating a wide variety of wooden crafts.

Seashore Carvings

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.

Turtlepoint Driftwood Sculptures

Driftwood sculptures of figures from natural and mythical worlds.