Spring 2013 Vendors
Andria Linn Fine Art offers texturized paintings with images communicating peace and refreshment, inviting the viewer to find echos of places and relationships.
Azurian Caravanserai are creators of herbal body products using only the finest essential oils & essences, organic herbs and base oil.
Broccoli Batiks creates beautiful handmade batiks, clothing and housewares.
Butterfly Bones makes jewelry from an endless supply of found materials including plants, shells, feathers and insect wings.
Clothes For the Soul brings us a complete line of hand-made natural fiber patchwork clothing and accessories.
Colors of Russia offers filigree stainless steel jewelry inspired by Mother Nature.
Deborah Lundgren combines hand made porcelain and stoneware beads with gemstones to create one of a kind wearable art.
For Claudia’s Sayke crafts handmade organic body care, soaps, herbal preparations, massage oils and salves.
Gaia Conceptions specializes in sustainable clothing with a dedication to using local materials, offering an elegant and indulgent option.
Henna Diva brings us henna tattoos and one-of-a-kind festival headdresses and crowns.
Holston Mountain Hat Project creates handmade crocheted, knitted and sewn hats, bags, belts and accessories for children and adults.
Indigenous Crafts Area, located beside the pond, welcomes Native American crafters and artisans to display, demonstrate and sell their art and wares.
Indigo Brown creates off-the-grid woodcarvings and leatherwork using a sweet old treadle sewing machine and hand tools out of reclaimed leather and sustainable wood.
Jewels brings us hula hoops even adults can use! Beautiful, durable handmade hoops in a range of sizes so kids of all ages can happily get their groove on and experience the fun of hoop dance. Come spin a hoop and find the perfect fit for you.
Katzinn Illustrations, from Clio, MI, is a pen and ink artist offering intricate pieces in both black and white and color.
Kenneth Dickson offers finely woodworked eye-catching mobiles and earrings from the mountains of WNC.
Mexica Crafts has beautifully and originally designed leather boots, moccasins and bags.
New World Glass offers flameworked and fused glass jewelry of borosilicate glass.
Owl Cove Designs creates hand cut and hammered jewelry from raw materials.
Planet Love clothing is art for people that speaks to the soul using natural materials and excellent workmanship.
Rachel Smith Pottery offers wheel thrown and slab built pottery with a strong Japanese influence.
Raindrop Ridge Farm is a family owned business specializing in culinary, medicinal and unusual herb bedding plants.
Riverbasin Outfitters, run by a one woman army, makes ecologically and economically friendly clothing and accessories of found and salvaged materials to fit the active and festival-going lifestyle.
Speak Your Peace Clothing is a socially conscious company with designs that spread awareness and give back to organizations that are changing our world.
Tiedyeclothing offers locally-based contemporary tie-dye clothing from right here in Chatham County.
Tom Kat Originals designs one of a kind leather accessories made from reuse materials including wristbands, necklaces, earrings, purses and wallets.
Twisted Bliss Designs is a husband-and-wife team handcrafting unique sterling silver, wire-wrapped jewelry inspired by nature and created to highlight the beauty of natural stones.
Wendy Kowalski offers large scale mixed media paintings inspired by nature, music and this magical waking circus life.
Work Art crafts a range of chainsaw sculptures—look for them around the festival grounds!