Craft Vendors

Spring 2016 Vendors

ada artAdaArt creates wearable fiber art using macramé, an ancient form of textile-making, and semi-precious stones.

 

Arteries by Stina employs her passion for fashion by creating upcycled garments that are unique with no two creations the same.

 

bass mountain potteryBass Mountain Pottery creates wheel-thrown and hand-built pottery created for every day use using colors inspired by their beautiful surroundings.

 

Bee Happy LifeBee Happy Life specializes in honeybee and honeycomb jewelry made from her own beehives including pendants, rings, earrings and bracelets.

 

 

 

Broccoli Batiks (1)Broccoli Batiks employs a traditional type of batik utilizing tjanting hand tools and brushes, resulting in a brilliant and intricate design complimented by the classic wax crackles of batik.

 

 

Caranvanserai Body Care Apothecary is a traveling nature apothecary of herbal body products using only the finest essential oils & essences, organic herbs and base oils.

Clothes For the Soul offers us hand made patch work clothing and accessories using all original patterns and designs

First Olive brings us soap made with mainly olive oil and loaded with vitamins, antioxidants and minerals in many different scents; everyone can find a scent they like!

For Claudia’s Sayke crafts handmade organic body care, soaps, herbal preparations, massage oils and salves.

Gopi Arts offers all natural henna body art made from the henna plant grown in India and the Middle East.

Howlermano Tintype Photography offers hauntingly beautiful and permanent images especially suitable for heirloom portraits of individuals, families, and bands.

Indigenous Crafts Area, located beside the pond, welcomes Native American crafters and artisans to display, demonstrate and sell their art and wares.

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.

Julie Johnson Pottery uses sgraffito work, unique glaze decoration and atmospheric firings to make functional stoneware pottery, designed to be an inspiring part of everyday life.

Katie Did ItKatie Did It brings us three dimensional stained glass pieces inspired by nature and music.

 

KatzinnKatzinn, from Clio, MI, is a pen-and-ink artist offering fantastic and beautifully intricate pieces in both black & white and color.

 

Kcreatable offers us fine woodworking including starmaze mobiles, twisted twirl earrings, guitar picks and other original creations.

 

K'Owino BatiksK’owino Batiks uses traditional and modern practices of batik, sharing their culture by creating images of the people and animals of Kenya.

 

 

mexica crafts

Mexica Crafts has beautifully and originally designed leather boots, moccasins and bags.

 

 

 

Moon.Flower.Child hopes to please the wanderlust woman and her family tribe using ecologically friendly, organic fabrics and some vintage renewal to make their clothes a one of a kind fashion that is unique and handmade.

Mushpa + Mensa bring you all of their art in a magical mobile art machine, offering amazing screen print designs customized with appliques, eco-fi felt, ribbon, lace, and upcycled fabrics.

My Favorite AuntMy Favorite Aunt brings us of a kind boho chic jewelry using clay, etched metals, and recycled everyday objects including whimsical dog, music and camping themed pieces.

 

New World GlassNew World Glass offers flameworked and fused glass jewelry of borosilicate glass.

 

 

planet lovePlanet Love clothing is art for people that speaks to the soul using natural materials and excellent workmanship.

 

Printemps Pottery offers sensory pleasure with their colorful and creative wheel thrown and hand built pottery glazed with custom glazes.

The Ear Vinery creates handcrafted wire wrapped jewelry featuring EarClimberZ earrings and gemstone pendants.

Twisted Bliss is a husband and wife team handcrafting unique, wire wrapped jewelry, inspired by nature and created to highlight the beauty of natural stones.

WorkArt_©KevinJames_S13Work Art crafts a range of wooden chainsaw sculptures, and has been extracting sawdust from logs of all kinds for over 12 years. Come by and interact with these enchanting characters. Look for the sculptures all around the festival grounds as their creator has generously contributed many to Shakori Hills over the years!

 

 

 

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