Painting/Drawing

Marc Anderson - Booth 34 Marc Anderson is a contemporary, representational painter whose work features still life, figures, and landscapes.

Marc Anderson - Booth 34

Marc Anderson is a contemporary, representational painter whose work features still life, figures, and landscapes.

 Christopher Beebe - Booth 92 I work in oils and attempt to distill the subject down to essential elements creating work that is contemporary and new yet rooted in classical design principles.

 Christopher Beebe - Booth 92

I work in oils and attempt to distill the subject down to essential elements creating work that is contemporary and new yet rooted in classical design principles.

Marilyn Cuellar - Booth 86 Using medium of graphite, white-to-black palette, and light's effect, I create realistic images that are abstract in detail. 

Marilyn Cuellar - Booth 86

Using medium of graphite, white-to-black palette, and light's effect, I create realistic images that are abstract in detail. 

 
Russel Duerksen - Booth 73 I paint wildlife in their natural habitat and landscapes in acrylic on gessoed hardboard. I print my own giclee reproductions and frame my artwork.

Russel Duerksen - Booth 73

I paint wildlife in their natural habitat and landscapes in acrylic on gessoed hardboard. I print my own giclee reproductions and frame my artwork.

 
Art Kenyon - Booth 10 A variety of quality graphite drawing pencils and illustration board with a fine tooth are essential to creating detailed portraits. Oil paint and Walnut oil creates a smooth transition of color and texture in my painting. Woodcuts and linocuts produce the printmaking technique I enjoy.

Art Kenyon - Booth 10

A variety of quality graphite drawing pencils and illustration board with a fine tooth are essential to creating detailed portraits. Oil paint and Walnut oil creates a smooth transition of color and texture in my painting. Woodcuts and linocuts produce the printmaking technique I enjoy.

 
James Zotalis - Booth 29 I use pen and ink and watercolor and a combination of both to create regional drawings/paintings of people and places.

James Zotalis - Booth 29

I use pen and ink and watercolor and a combination of both to create regional drawings/paintings of people and places.

 
Sue Rowe - Booth 95 I use pastels, oils, or acrylics on surfaces ranging from velour mat board to Masonite to canvas to create a world of whimsey and color. "Bears" are a large part of this world, but only a part.

Sue Rowe - Booth 95

I use pastels, oils, or acrylics on surfaces ranging from velour mat board to Masonite to canvas to create a world of whimsey and color. "Bears" are a large part of this world, but only a part.

 
Michelle Fuller - Booth 42 My abstract intaglio prints are made with copper plates and etched to create different textures. I work with a process that uses image-on film emulsion, building up textures and exposing images into the emulsion on the plate. I then force ink onto the plate and wipe the surface so that the ink only.

Michelle Fuller - Booth 42

My abstract intaglio prints are made with copper plates and etched to create different textures. I work with a process that uses image-on film emulsion, building up textures and exposing images into the emulsion on the plate. I then force ink onto the plate and wipe the surface so that the ink only.

 
Timothy Kobs - Booth 102 I use acrylic paint on hardboard. I glaze layer upon layer to create vibrant and detailed paintings.

Timothy Kobs - Booth 102

I use acrylic paint on hardboard. I glaze layer upon layer to create vibrant and detailed paintings.

 
Megan Moore - Booth 80 I paint primarily with oils on wood panel, but I also use watercolor, acrylic, canvas and paper for some projects. My nature themed compositions have elements of magic realism.

Megan Moore - Booth 80

I paint primarily with oils on wood panel, but I also use watercolor, acrylic, canvas and paper for some projects. My nature themed compositions have elements of magic realism.

 
Peggy Simonson - Booth 6 Watercolor on paper or canvas. Some pieces include mixed media. I also will include some oil paintings on canvas

Peggy Simonson - Booth 6

Watercolor on paper or canvas. Some pieces include mixed media. I also will include some oil paintings on canvas

Bradley Hall - Booth 49 Hand watercolored linoleum block prints. Signed & numbered. Framed in Barn wood.

Bradley Hall - Booth 49

Hand watercolored linoleum block prints. Signed & numbered. Framed in Barn wood.

 
Olga Krasovska - Booth 77 Mixed media acrylic painting on canvas with strong linear structures and textural layers, inspired by antique maps, murals, kaleidoscopes and travel journals. And a little bit of insomnia, of course.

Olga Krasovska - Booth 77

Mixed media acrylic painting on canvas with strong linear structures and textural layers, inspired by antique maps, murals, kaleidoscopes and travel journals.
And a little bit of insomnia, of course.

 
Chrissy Mount Kapp - Booth 21 Chrissy Mount-Kapp, specializes in oil and canvas paintings dedicated to her three loves: Americana, people and art. The paintings in her collection are all tied to a story about a real person or place or a personal discovery stumbled across in a cross-country meander.

Chrissy Mount Kapp - Booth 21

Chrissy Mount-Kapp, specializes in oil and canvas paintings dedicated to her three loves: Americana, people and art. The paintings in her collection are all tied to a story about a real person or place or a personal discovery stumbled across in a cross-country meander.

 
Dan Wiemer -  Booth 54 I combine acrylic and watercolor to create stylized landscapes

Dan Wiemer -  Booth 54

I combine acrylic and watercolor to create stylized landscapes


Ceramics

Eric Anderson - Booth 85 Wheel - thrown forms that are then altered by sculpting, carving, and assembling techniques relating to organic forms. All pieces are finished with glazes made in studio, many with multiple layers.

Eric Anderson - Booth 85

Wheel - thrown forms that are then altered by sculpting, carving, and assembling techniques relating to organic forms. All pieces are finished with glazes made in studio, many with multiple layers.

 
Ingrid Bjerstedt Rogers - Booth 65 I use stoneware clay and high fire glazes to produce a variety of hand built and thrown mugs, vases, plates and wall hangings.

Ingrid Bjerstedt Rogers - Booth 65

I use stoneware clay and high fire glazes to produce a variety of hand built and thrown mugs, vases, plates and wall hangings.

 
 William Kaufmann and Cynthia Mosedale - Booth 27 Thrown porcelain Clay. Background colors in ceramic stains, slips applied with brush and washes. Hand-brushed surface motifs in ceramic stains- clear glazed, high fire, signed work

 William Kaufmann and Cynthia Mosedale - Booth 27

Thrown porcelain Clay. Background colors in ceramic stains, slips applied with brush and washes. Hand-brushed surface motifs in ceramic stains- clear glazed, high fire, signed work

 
Kevin Matthews - Booth 41 I use dipping, spraying and pouring glaze techniques, Porcelain Horsehair pottery, Raku, stoneware clay high-fire processes create functional, decorative pottery.

Kevin Matthews - Booth 41

I use dipping, spraying and pouring glaze techniques, Porcelain Horsehair pottery, Raku, stoneware clay high-fire processes create functional, decorative pottery.

 
Carolina Niebres - Booth 47 Functional thrown or hand-built stoneware high temperature fired with a baking soda mixture added to kiln's ware chamber. Decorated with wax resist patterns and glaze or slips and underglaze lines.

Carolina Niebres - Booth 47

Functional thrown or hand-built stoneware high temperature fired with a baking soda mixture added to kiln's ware chamber. Decorated with wax resist patterns and glaze or slips and underglaze lines.

 
John Steger - Booth 87 The emphasis of my work has stayed constant over the past 19 years; I am a functional potter. I am using cone 6 stoneware clay and glazes that compliment my forms in an oxidation firing environment.

John Steger - Booth 87

The emphasis of my work has stayed constant over the past 19 years; I am a functional potter. I am using cone 6 stoneware clay and glazes that compliment my forms in an oxidation firing environment.

 

Fiber 

Marcia Almquist - Booth 13 I create my original "wee folk" dolls and characters using natural fibers with influences from American and Scandinavian folk art. I'd be sharing a booth with Marlene Meyer again, if both accepted.

Marcia Almquist - Booth 13

I create my original "wee folk" dolls and characters using natural fibers with influences from American and Scandinavian folk art. I'd be sharing a booth with Marlene Meyer again, if both accepted.

 
Cindy Brown - Booth 28 I weave rugs on a floor loom using 100% recycled fabrics (old clothing, blankets, etc.) I use only natural fabrics - cotton or wool. All material is pre-shrunk so the rugs are machine washable.    

Cindy Brown - Booth 28

I weave rugs on a floor loom using 100% recycled fabrics (old clothing, blankets, etc.) I use only natural fabrics - cotton or wool. All material is pre-shrunk so the rugs are machine washable.

 

 

Barbara Geurink - Booth 43 I Handweave textiles for personal fashion and interiors. I also incorporate beading, quilting and various appliqués techniques to embellish my pillows and runners. I focus on color and experiment.

Barbara Geurink - Booth 43

I Handweave textiles for personal fashion and interiors. I also incorporate beading, quilting and various appliqués techniques to embellish my pillows and runners. I focus on color and experiment.

 
Eleanor Potter - Booth 104 Recycled natural fiber sweaters (wool, cashmere, merino, angora) hand-sewn into warm, mittens. All are lined with fleece.

Eleanor Potter - Booth 104

Recycled natural fiber sweaters (wool, cashmere, merino, angora) hand-sewn into warm, mittens. All are lined with fleece.

 
William and Linda Sumner - Booth 71 Using wool, fiber, handmade paper, sticks, stones, metal, sea glass & beads.... The dyed,needle felted wool is layered into nature inspired 2-D textured art.

William and Linda Sumner - Booth 71

Using wool, fiber, handmade paper, sticks, stones, metal, sea glass & beads.... The dyed,needle felted wool is layered into nature inspired 2-D textured art.

 
Julie Crabtree - Booth 88 Combination of paintings with stitchery and the inclusion of other mediums. Stitching by hand and free motion machine, drawing with a needle and thread. also some felting, distressed fabrics and beads

Julie Crabtree - Booth 88

Combination of paintings with stitchery and the inclusion of other mediums. Stitching by hand and free motion machine, drawing with a needle and thread. also some felting, distressed fabrics and beads

Glass

Douglas Becker - Booth 24 Blown glass with multicolored trails manipulated to create a feathering design, the forms are softly distorted and etched creating an overall softness. Some forms are also copper electrformed

Douglas Becker - Booth 24

Blown glass with multicolored trails manipulated to create a feathering design, the forms are softly distorted and etched creating an overall softness. Some forms are also copper electrformed

 
Jon Offutt - Booth 2 All of my work is created from clear furnace glass with applied glass frits and powders. No paints or cold processes are used in my work.

Jon Offutt - Booth 2

All of my work is created from clear furnace glass with applied glass frits and powders.
No paints or cold processes are used in my work.

 

Jewelry

Sharon Burns - Booth 38 All my jewelry is hand woven using glass beads. I do several different weaves, herringbone,peyote,square, ladder. Original designs.

Sharon Burns - Booth 38

All my jewelry is hand woven using glass beads. I do several different weaves, herringbone,peyote,square, ladder. Original designs.

 
Kelly Cook - Booth 23 Vintage Reclaimed Materials are Hand forged into Environmentally Green Industrial Men & Women's Jewelry. I “Up-cycle” to Reduce Waste and Conserve Resources. All hand cut, forged, riveted & sanded.

Kelly Cook - Booth 23

Vintage Reclaimed Materials are Hand forged into Environmentally Green Industrial Men & Women's Jewelry. I “Up-cycle” to Reduce Waste and Conserve Resources. All hand cut, forged, riveted & sanded.

 
Susan Field - Booth 93 & 94 I enjoy working with the rich textures and colors of bead embroidery, combined with embossed leather and unusual gemstones and fossils. My pieces often have 5000 or more individually stitched beads.

Susan Field - Booth 93 & 94

I enjoy working with the rich textures and colors of bead embroidery, combined with embossed leather and unusual gemstones and fossils. My pieces often have 5000 or more individually stitched beads.

 
Brenda Haack - Booth 60 I make my jewelry the old fashioned metal smith way with sterling and fine silver, copper, torch fired enamel and Lake Superior stones. My jewelry is natural, simple, modern and fun.

Brenda Haack - Booth 60

I make my jewelry the old fashioned metal smith way with sterling and fine silver, copper, torch fired enamel and Lake Superior stones. My jewelry is natural, simple, modern and fun.

 
Tina Lija - Booth 64 My work consists of bead-weaving with glass, Swarovski crystals and pearls. I also do metal-work incorporating the beads I love.

Tina Lija - Booth 64

My work consists of bead-weaving with glass, Swarovski crystals and pearls. I also do metal-work incorporating the beads I love.

 
Kate Qualley Peterson - Booth 31 Powdered metallurgy, primarily, bronze. Each hand sculpted piece is kiln fired twice for a total of over 14 hours. #1 to sinter, #2 for color patina. Other elements added as dictated by the design.

Kate Qualley Peterson - Booth 31

Powdered metallurgy, primarily, bronze. Each hand sculpted piece is kiln fired twice for a total of over 14 hours. #1 to sinter, #2 for color patina. Other elements added as dictated by the design.

April Witzke - Booth 52 Hand picked Lake Superior stones & sea glass are combined with sterling to create one of a kind jewelry designs. With years of practice behind me, I perfectly hand drill each stone and piece of glass.

April Witzke - Booth 52

Hand picked Lake Superior stones & sea glass are combined with sterling to create one of a kind jewelry designs. With years of practice behind me, I perfectly hand drill each stone and piece of glass.

Leather

Nicole Aufderhar - Booth 40 Journals and sketchbooks created using leather, long-stitch binding methods and a variety of papers. Covers feature unique design techniques.. Scraps are processed into mini journal jewelry.

Nicole Aufderhar - Booth 40

Journals and sketchbooks created using leather, long-stitch binding methods and a variety of papers. Covers feature unique design techniques.. Scraps are processed into mini journal jewelry.

 

Mixed Media

Jean Haefele - Booth 76 I work mostly in painting, and collage using a variety of media, papers, pastel, etc. Work has a very positive and lively vibe. Many layers add to the intriguing character of the pieces.

Jean Haefele - Booth 76

I work mostly in painting, and collage using a variety of media, papers, pastel, etc.
Work has a very positive and lively vibe. Many layers add to the intriguing character of the pieces.

 
Annette Mattingly - Booth 17 Pressed Flower Art- I use pressed flowers, herbs birch bark, and grasses to create geometric, kaleidoscopic pictures. All colors are the natural colors- there are no paints or dyes used.

Annette Mattingly - Booth 17

Pressed Flower Art- I use pressed flowers, herbs birch bark, and grasses to create geometric, kaleidoscopic pictures. All colors are the natural colors- there are no paints or dyes used.

 

Music

Neal and Beth Topliff - Booth 62 Performing original music using finger style guitar and solo piano including songs from his latest CD

Neal and Beth Topliff - Booth 62

Performing original music using finger style guitar and solo piano including songs from his latest CD

 

Metal Works

Mary Felden - Booth 99 & 100 I create garden art from metal, rocks, glass, and re-purposed items.

Mary Felden - Booth 99 & 100

I create garden art from metal, rocks, glass, and re-purposed items.

 
David Sonnek - Booth 57 & 58 Our artwork is made from recycled metal pieces picked up from local scrap yards.Each item is designed and made by various metal working techniques, including: cutting, grinding, forging and welding

David Sonnek - Booth 57 & 58

Our artwork is made from recycled metal pieces picked up from local scrap yards.Each item is designed and made by various metal working techniques, including: cutting, grinding, forging and welding

Photography

Andy Hall - Booth 36 & 37 Landscape and still life photography.I use a digital camera and perform all aspects of my craft including image capture, printing and framing. I offer archival prints on paper, canvas or aluminum.  

Andy Hall - Booth 36 & 37

Landscape and still life photography.I use a digital camera and perform all aspects of my craft including image capture, printing and framing. I offer archival prints on paper, canvas or aluminum.

 

Tony Small - Booth 90 Digital photography and some HDR images. Images are landscape or human interest items. Printed on highest quality papers, canvas, metal and acrylic. Most are prints with certificate of authenticity.

Tony Small - Booth 90

Digital photography and some HDR images. Images are landscape or human interest items. Printed on highest quality papers, canvas, metal and acrylic. Most are prints with certificate of authenticity.

 
Randy Lee and Lisa Larson - Booth 66 A combination of handcrafted frames made from reclaimed materials and encaustic photography make up most of our body of work. This unique combination makes for true one-of-a-kind statement art pieces.

Randy Lee and Lisa Larson - Booth 66

A combination of handcrafted frames made from reclaimed materials and encaustic photography make up most of our body of work. This unique combination makes for true one-of-a-kind statement art pieces.

Wood

Joel and Karma Brokaw - Booth 30 Hardwoods are hand cut and glued to create striped and chevron designs. Food safe mineral oil is applied to cutting boards, a moisture proof finish to chess boards and coasters.  

Joel and Karma Brokaw - Booth 30

Hardwoods are hand cut and glued to create striped and chevron designs. Food safe mineral oil is applied to cutting boards, a moisture proof finish to chess boards and coasters.

 

 
Craig Lossing - Booth 56 I use a woodturning lathe for most of my pieces.The rest of my work created with hand held tools.

Craig Lossing - Booth 56

I use a woodturning lathe for most of my pieces.The rest of my work created with hand held tools.

Benjamin Leatham - Booth 101 I handcraft ergonomically correct, functional artwork for the kitchen by hand using modern and age old techniques. My inspiration comes from the wood itself, its grain and character as well as its working characteristics. The wood used in my creations is salvaged from our local environment.

Benjamin Leatham - Booth 101

I handcraft ergonomically correct, functional artwork for the kitchen by hand using modern and age old techniques. My inspiration comes from the wood itself, its grain and character as well as its working characteristics. The wood used in my creations is salvaged from our local environment.

Yvonne Asp - Grahn - Booth 22 Functional stoneware with strong organic influence/techniques include throwing & hand-building/decoration and texture: sgraffito, torching & stretching on wheel for surface cracking, slip-trailing, etc.

Yvonne Asp - Grahn - Booth 22

Functional stoneware with strong organic influence/techniques include throwing & hand-building/decoration and texture: sgraffito, torching & stretching on wheel for surface cracking, slip-trailing, etc.

 
   Bridget Donahue and Paul Borgeson - Booth 50 I work in red earthenware, thrown and hand building. Mostly non functional, using layers of bright colored slips and glazes to decorate.

 

 Bridget Donahue and Paul Borgeson - Booth 50

I work in red earthenware, thrown and hand building. Mostly non functional, using layers of bright colored slips and glazes to decorate.

 
Abby Lingle - Booth 1 I create primarily wheel thrown and altered vessels from porcelain. I create textures and patterns using only handmade custom tools. Then I finish the pieces with unique, custom, handmade glazes.  

Abby Lingle - Booth 1

I create primarily wheel thrown and altered vessels from porcelain. I create textures and patterns using only handmade custom tools. Then I finish the pieces with unique, custom, handmade glazes.

 

Eileen McDaniel - Booth 96 Relief texture on functional kitchen and garden pieces are created with hand-carved stamps then horizontal bands are incised. Fired at mid-range in oxidation.      

Eileen McDaniel - Booth 96

Relief texture on functional kitchen and garden pieces are created with hand-carved stamps then horizontal bands are incised. Fired at mid-range in oxidation.

 

 

 

Richard and Elizabeth Robertson - Booth 20 I make singular stoneware forms that are turned on the wheel. I carve linear patterns into the clay that grow from and extend the form. Most patterns are based on things I find in nature.    

Richard and Elizabeth Robertson - Booth 20

I make singular stoneware forms that are turned on the wheel. I carve linear patterns into the clay that grow from and extend the form. Most patterns are based on things I find in nature.

 

 

Layl McDill - Booth 91 I use polymer clay to make millefiore canes. These slices are used on my sculptures along with transferred drawings and other materials like glitter, mica (the rock) and found objects. My teapots start with a found teapot are built up with clay.

Layl McDill - Booth 91

I use polymer clay to make millefiore canes. These slices are used on my sculptures along with transferred drawings and other materials like glitter, mica (the rock) and found objects. My teapots start with a found teapot are built up with clay.

 
Julie Arthur - Booth 39 Hand woven pieces created on floor looms or through off-loom techniques. Pieces are made from cotton, rayon or wool. Some of the materials may be hand dyed, hand painted, or hand spun.    

Julie Arthur - Booth 39

Hand woven pieces created on floor looms or through off-loom techniques. Pieces are made from cotton, rayon or wool. Some of the materials may be hand dyed, hand painted, or hand spun.

 

 

Dawnette Davis and Andrew Kringen - Booth 67 Artist designed & created one of a kind hand dyed silk wearables including scarves, shawls, wrist wraps & cover ups using overdyeing techniques with natural & silk dyes along with handmade hats.    

Dawnette Davis and Andrew Kringen - Booth 67

Artist designed & created one of a kind hand dyed silk wearables including scarves, shawls, wrist wraps & cover ups using overdyeing techniques with natural & silk dyes along with handmade hats.

 

 

Gayle Hallin - Booth 48 Nuno-felting is used with fine mesh silk fabric along with silk & wool roving to create scarves in varied designs with a sculpted effect. "Button-flowers" are hand stitched from felted strips.

Gayle Hallin - Booth 48

Nuno-felting is used with fine mesh silk fabric along with silk & wool roving to create scarves in varied designs with a sculpted effect. "Button-flowers" are hand stitched from felted strips.

 
Clare Schuster - Booth 83 In my work, heavy fabrics such as woolens, upholstery, and leather are used. Sewn with industrial machines, my products are constructed to hold up. Utility and beauty is the goal in every piece.

Clare Schuster - Booth 83

In my work, heavy fabrics such as woolens, upholstery, and leather are used. Sewn with industrial machines, my products are constructed to hold up. Utility and beauty is the goal in every piece.

 
Mariella TerBeest-Schladweiler & Char Terbeest-Kudla Booth - 53 Design and create upholstery fabric handbags. I start with a sketch and draft a pattern. Work with color, pattern and blend a combination of fabrics, which develops into a unique look to the handbag.    

Mariella TerBeest-Schladweiler & Char Terbeest-Kudla

Booth - 53

Design and create upholstery fabric handbags. I start with a sketch and draft a pattern. Work with color, pattern and blend a combination of fabrics, which develops into a unique look to the handbag.

 

 

Betsey Harries - Booth 51 I design 6” high art dolls that wear colorful parkas, snow pants, & mukluks. I hand-sew the outfits from wool felt, make the faces of clay, and braid their hair from buffalo, sheep, & alpaca fibers.    

Betsey Harries - Booth 51

I design 6” high art dolls that wear colorful parkas, snow pants, & mukluks. I hand-sew the outfits from wool felt, make the faces of clay, and braid their hair from buffalo, sheep, & alpaca fibers.

 

 

Robin Mueller - Booth 7 Glass on glass mosaic (quilting with glass). Frames/recycled windows, barn wood. Saucers, beads for dimension. Stained and fused glass. Original designs. Vibrant.

Robin Mueller - Booth 7

Glass on glass mosaic (quilting with glass). Frames/recycled windows, barn wood. Saucers, beads for dimension. Stained and fused glass. Original designs. Vibrant.

 
Ken Patzoldt & Jo Manbeck - Booth 82 Brazed/fused/foiled objects of coldworked re-purposed glass,metal,self harvested carved wood & stone.

Ken Patzoldt & Jo Manbeck - Booth 82

Brazed/fused/foiled objects of coldworked re-purposed glass,metal,self harvested carved wood & stone.

 
Melissa Carroll - Booth 69 I hand cut and polish each stone and fossil used in my pieces. Artwork is original, digital. Metal is cold-forged, acid etched, and sculpted.  

Melissa Carroll - Booth 69

I hand cut and polish each stone and fossil used in my pieces. Artwork is original, digital. Metal is cold-forged, acid etched, and sculpted.

 

Kim Crocker - Booth 105 Each piece fabricated and individually sculpted by hand. Pieces are rolled, hammered, formed, oxidized, anti-clastic raised, sand-blasted, hydraulic pressed, stones are flush, prong or bezel set.

Kim Crocker - Booth 105

Each piece fabricated and individually sculpted by hand. Pieces are rolled, hammered, formed, oxidized, anti-clastic raised, sand-blasted, hydraulic pressed, stones are flush, prong or bezel set.

 
Sarah Flicek - Booth 55 I create hand forged sterling silver and gold jewelry using traditional metalsmithing techniques often accenting with copper,stones, beads, wood, leather, wool and other found materials.

Sarah Flicek - Booth 55

I create hand forged sterling silver and gold jewelry using traditional metalsmithing techniques often accenting with copper,stones, beads, wood, leather, wool and other found materials.

 
Marlene  Ilecki - Booth 89 I wire wrap natural stones with sterling silver or gold filled wire to create a pendant. I also make earrings, bracelets, and necklaces using natural stones and crystals

Marlene  Ilecki - Booth 89

I wire wrap natural stones with sterling silver or gold filled wire to create a pendant. I also make earrings, bracelets, and necklaces using natural stones and crystals

 
Nadine King - Booth 26 Sterling,18&22kt.gold,precious stones,rare jaspers.  Fused and etched metals. Reticulation, forming, patinas to highlight texture in metals. Stones are bezel,prong or tube set with some inlay.

Nadine King - Booth 26

Sterling,18&22kt.gold,precious stones,rare jaspers. 
Fused and etched metals. Reticulation, forming, patinas to highlight texture in metals.
Stones are bezel,prong or tube set with some inlay.

 
 Michelle Moss - Booth 35 I have developed my own wiring technique for my signature floral themed pieces. I have many of the components custom cut for me so that I can make each design as a true piece of wearable art.

 Michelle Moss - Booth 35

I have developed my own wiring technique for my signature floral themed pieces. I have many of the components custom cut for me so that I can make each design as a true piece of wearable art.

 
 
Faye Fisher-Ward - Booth 3 2016 Award of Merit Inspired by tribal and ancient art I employ both vegetable and chrome tan leathers to create useable works of art in the form of bags and related accessories.

Faye Fisher-Ward - Booth 3

2016 Award of Merit

Inspired by tribal and ancient art I employ both vegetable and chrome tan leathers to create useable works of art in the form of bags and related accessories.

 
Emily Lavalier - Booth 70 Emily is a high-density collage artist using recycled magazines and scraps to create detailed and textured original collages. Each begins as a hand-drawn illustration and grows as paper is added.

Emily Lavalier - Booth 70

Emily is a high-density collage artist using recycled magazines and scraps to create detailed and textured original collages. Each begins as a hand-drawn illustration and grows as paper is added.

 
Brenda Griffin - Wagner - Booth 63 Lighted sculpture of found natural materials; birch, driftwood, stones, handmade paper/beads/wire.

Brenda Griffin - Wagner - Booth 63

Lighted sculpture of found natural materials; birch, driftwood, stones, handmade paper/beads/wire.

 
Sherrie Stockton - Booth 5 Re-use and Amuse! I create whimsical characters out of scrap metal, old tools, and kitchenware using the oxyacetylene method of welding. My sculptures are ecofriendly, unique, and will make you smile.

Sherrie Stockton - Booth 5

Re-use and Amuse! I create whimsical characters out of scrap metal, old tools, and kitchenware using the oxyacetylene method of welding. My sculptures are ecofriendly, unique, and will make you smile.

 
Kit Larson - Booth 44 & 45 Nature photographs I have taken, shown on canvas wraps, some prints and framed prints and note cards.  

Kit Larson - Booth 44 & 45

Nature photographs I have taken, shown on canvas wraps, some prints and framed prints and note cards.

 

Victoria  Walz - Booth 84 This artist uses both classic and contemporary methods to create her fine art images. She is the only one who works directly on the photographs before prints are made.

Victoria  Walz - Booth 84

This artist uses both classic and contemporary methods to create her fine art images. She is the only one who works directly on the photographs before prints are made.

 
Marybeth Garmoe - Booth 61 I craft traditional broomcorn brooms, wooden bowls and spoons using methods 100s of years old. I am inspired by items that are artistic and functional and I strive to maintain cultural integrity.  

Marybeth Garmoe - Booth 61

I craft traditional broomcorn brooms, wooden bowls and spoons using methods 100s of years old. I am inspired by items that are artistic and functional and I strive to maintain cultural integrity.

 

 
Steve and Susan Miller - Booth 16 Hand turned bowls, vases, peppermills, etc. With gouges create the shape. Sand & seal to bring out the nature beauty of the wood. Use a variety of woods & sizes. Natural edges add a unique aspect.

Steve and Susan Miller - Booth 16

Hand turned bowls, vases, peppermills, etc. With gouges create the shape. Sand & seal to bring out the nature beauty of the wood. Use a variety of woods & sizes. Natural edges add a unique aspect.

Karen Bell - Booth 33 Hand built, high fire stoneware with multiple glaze firings at successively lower temperatures. Sculptures have inlay of glass eyes, spines or stones.

Karen Bell - Booth 33

Hand built, high fire stoneware with multiple glaze firings at successively lower temperatures. Sculptures have inlay of glass eyes, spines or stones.

 
Bruce Johnson - Booth 11 Wheel thrown in altered with hand-built editions high fire stoneware

Bruce Johnson - Booth 11

Wheel thrown in altered with hand-built editions high fire stoneware

 
Cynthia Linnabary - Booth 103 Hand built clay vessels, textured and embellished with sculpted clay botanical elements. Multiple layered glazes. Cone 5.    

Cynthia Linnabary - Booth 103

Hand built clay vessels, textured and embellished with sculpted clay botanical elements. Multiple layered glazes. Cone 5.

 

 

Stephanie Michaud - Booth 79 Using various types of clay, I sculpt each sculpture and tile, glaze, often w/ terra sigillata or acrylics and use wire, feathers, horsehair and beads in the completion of the piece.

Stephanie Michaud - Booth 79

Using various types of clay, I sculpt each sculpture and tile, glaze, often w/ terra sigillata or acrylics and use wire, feathers, horsehair and beads in the completion of the piece.

 
Steven Showalter - Booth 106 Wheel thrown stoneware, ribbed slip design, multiple sprayed glazes, cone 6 electric

Steven Showalter - Booth 106

Wheel thrown stoneware, ribbed slip design, multiple sprayed glazes, cone 6 electric

 
Patti Berg - Booth 78 Been designing for 45 years. I Design, cut and sew all of my hats. I use every imaginable fabric and I am always creating new ways to manipulate fabric. Using old and new millinery techniques.      

Patti Berg - Booth 78

Been designing for 45 years. I Design, cut and sew all of my hats. I use every imaginable fabric and I am always creating new ways to manipulate fabric. Using old and new millinery techniques.

 

 

 

Parvaneh Eshghieh - Booth 97 Using the finest cotton& rayon yarn, for my knitwear, Hand-painted by thickened dye & fine droppers

Parvaneh Eshghieh - Booth 97

Using the finest cotton& rayon yarn, for my knitwear, Hand-painted by thickened dye & fine droppers

 
Marlene Meyer - Booth 13 I call my work sometimes functional art forms. The technique is all my own designs with natural materials woven in to create wonderful sculptures and functional art you can actually use.

Marlene Meyer - Booth 13

I call my work sometimes functional art forms.
The technique is all my own designs with natural materials woven in to create wonderful sculptures and functional art you can actually use.

 
Sue Soenen - Booth 25 Weaving with rattan reed since 1992, I use techniques of twining, twill, lashing, and three rod wale to create designs of useful and decorative baskets.

Sue Soenen - Booth 25

Weaving with rattan reed since 1992, I use techniques of twining, twill, lashing, and three rod wale to create designs of useful and decorative baskets.

 
Jeanne Weymouth - Booth 18 I deconstruct, then reconstruct recycled clothing in order to create one-of-a-kind garments ranging from shirts, sweaters, coats, to pants, capes and skirts.

Jeanne Weymouth - Booth 18

I deconstruct, then reconstruct recycled clothing in order to create one-of-a-kind garments ranging from shirts, sweaters, coats, to pants, capes and skirts.

 
 
Tom Nedobeck - Booth 59 Stained and leaded glass windows, made with stained glass, bevels, glass jewels and clear glass.

Tom Nedobeck - Booth 59

Stained and leaded glass windows, made with stained glass, bevels, glass jewels and clear glass.

 
Teresa Soriano - Booth 32 I create kiln formed glass art using advanced techniques including layering, slumping, draping, and combing. My pieces are fused multiple times to create dimension and maintain texture.

Teresa Soriano - Booth 32

I create kiln formed glass art using advanced techniques including layering, slumping, draping, and combing. My pieces are fused multiple times to create dimension and maintain texture.

 
Theresa Cleven - Booth 46 My jewelry designs are like gesture drawings. I use multiple techniques like wire weaving, etching, riveting & torch fired enamel. The pieces are made mostly from sterling silver.  

Theresa Cleven - Booth 46

My jewelry designs are like gesture drawings. I use multiple techniques like wire weaving, etching, riveting & torch fired enamel. The pieces are made mostly from sterling silver.

 

Gary Erickson - Booth 9 Fabricated Sterling Silver Jewelry with a wide variety of natural gemstones.

Gary Erickson - Booth 9

Fabricated Sterling Silver Jewelry with a wide variety of natural gemstones.

 
Mary Gohman - Booth 98 I carve wax, cast and fabricated pieces in sterling and 14k gold with natural gemstones. I use both traditional faceted and cabochon stones and also uncut crystalline shapes.

Mary Gohman - Booth 98

I carve wax, cast and fabricated pieces in sterling and 14k gold with natural gemstones. I use both traditional faceted and cabochon stones and also uncut crystalline shapes.

 
Ginny Jenson - Booth 81 My jewelry is crafted using the metal techniques of hammering, etching, riveting and roller printing accented with pearls, semiprecious stones and crystals while focusing on shape, texture and color.

Ginny Jenson - Booth 81

My jewelry is crafted using the metal techniques of hammering, etching, riveting and roller printing accented with pearls, semiprecious stones and crystals while focusing on shape, texture and color.

 
Camille Knutson - Booth 72 My work is hand fabricated using traditional metal-smithing techniques. I use sterling silver, high karat golds, semi and precious gems and natural pearls. My textures and patterns are all applied manually.

Camille Knutson - Booth 72

My work is hand fabricated using traditional metal-smithing techniques. I use sterling silver, high karat golds, semi and precious gems and natural pearls. My textures and patterns are all applied manually.

 
Kerri Norman - Booth 19 I use traditional jewelry metal smithing techniques with gems, stones, mixed metals and pearls to make hand-fabricated, one of a kind pieces.

Kerri Norman - Booth 19

I use traditional jewelry metal smithing techniques with gems, stones, mixed metals and pearls to make hand-fabricated, one of a kind pieces.

 
Ann Ringness - Booth 14 & 15 Cowhide, hand cut. Surface designed with burnt images and embellishments, backed, stitched & lined. 

Ann Ringness - Booth 14 & 15

Cowhide, hand cut. Surface designed with burnt images and embellishments, backed, stitched & lined. 

 
Andrea Martin - Booth 12 Hand-cut paper designs with multiple paper colors, ink or paint.

Andrea Martin - Booth 12

Hand-cut paper designs with multiple paper colors, ink or paint.

 
Demetra Saloutos - Booth 75 Hand forged copper bird bathes,garden topiary's plant stands,and trellis's All hand woven by hand with bands of steel and accented with copper.

Demetra Saloutos - Booth 75

Hand forged copper bird bathes,garden topiary's plant stands,and trellis's All hand woven by hand with bands of steel and accented with copper.

 
Sue Mooney - Booth 4 I create fun and bright artwork by taking the photos of the animals, then I utilize a software, Pixelmator, to create the final artwork.

Sue Mooney - Booth 4

I create fun and bright artwork by taking the photos of the animals, then I utilize a software, Pixelmator, to create the final artwork.

Steve Wewerka - Booth 74 2016 Award of Merit My photography is a form of storytelling, leading viewers through images in a narrative process built upon suggestions, connections, and impressions. Archival prints are presented in hand made frames.

Steve Wewerka - Booth 74

2016 Award of Merit

My photography is a form of storytelling, leading viewers through images in a narrative process built upon suggestions, connections, and impressions. Archival prints are presented in hand made frames.

 
Marc Lamm - Booth 8 2016 Best of Show I join boards along curves, insert wood strips into curved and circular cuts and create designs of pegs. Then I carve the surface to create a wall sculpture.    

Marc Lamm - Booth 8

2016 Best of Show

I join boards along curves, insert wood strips into curved and circular cuts and create designs of pegs. Then I carve the surface to create a wall sculpture.

 

 

David and Kathy Towley - Booth 68 Handturned functional, artistic, original pieces of work from fine northern hardwoods, finished with natural finish of mineral oil/beeswax, handbuffed to a satin sheen, pleasing to the eye and touch.

David and Kathy Towley - Booth 68

Handturned functional, artistic, original pieces of work from fine northern hardwoods, finished with natural finish of mineral oil/beeswax, handbuffed to a satin sheen, pleasing to the eye and touch.