Field of Artisans x Salve Regina
Thursday, 11/8 Shopping Guide
Find the below artists in the Field THIS THURSDAY, November 8th at Ochre Court, Salve Regina from 11am-6pm. Don’t miss this beautiful event in the 2nd largest historic mansion in Newport with Cliff Walk views!
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THURSDAY, November 8th, 2018
Ochre Court, Salve Regina
100 Ochre Point Ave
New England based, illustrator, Marc Roulstone creates characters with animal, veggie, monster, and robot graphics. Through clean, colorful design Marc captures the personality and essence often associated with certain species such as a gentle alpaca or an alert chihuahua. There’s a humor incorporated into his illustrations. You may find a pug in a bumblebee costume or a man walking a dinosaur. He’ll be selling matted and clear bagged prints of his original work. Aesthetically pleasing and lending themselves to different interpretations, his graphics make for a unique and fun gift.
Honey + Vine Apothecary products are inspired by the creator's work and travels as an anthropologist, where she studied health and healing systems in many cultures. Barbara creates small batch skin care using natural ingredients like Manuka honey, raw cacao, warming spices, plant oils, and Moroccan clay. These ingredients are paired to work together to cleanse, exfoliate and hydrate all skin types.
Savannah sells handmade and up-cycled work inspired by the eclectic and intimate soul. Her work ranges across embroidery, custom patches, jewelry and housewares. We love her aesthetic and her mission to give nostalgic items a new, updated life representing current trends. We love her detailed sequin embroidery and clear totes filled with lavender, fern and/or gold leaf!
Watercolor artist, Caitlin Bailey illustrates images that take us to a different time or story. She’s inspired by WWII propaganda, circus and other vintage themes. She calls herself an “escape artist”, which seems fitting as her work takes admirers through an escape route to imaginative thoughts.
Madeline lives most the year on a sailboat in the Caribbean. Inspired by her travels and seeing a need for lightweight and location themed jewelry that wasn’t made from the typical seashell materials, she created her own line. She uses nautical charts, vintage beads and other materials found during her adventures. For her nautical line, she takes real nautical maps and scales them down, covers and seals with marine epoxy. She’ll have RI charts in some of the jewelry on 11/8!
Through an intricate and multi stepped process, Liliana uses cotton pulp to create beautiful purses, clutches, pendants and more. Her style is organic, yet elegant. Each piece is full of texture, details and colors that are rich and jewel toned. Truly unique!
Jim takes inspiration from both traditional Venetian and European glassmakers, as well as artists of the modern American studio glass movement. Working in traditional off-hand blown furnace glass, he creates tumblers, bowls, vases and art objects that illuminate with dimension.
Delicate, feminine jewelry by Violet! Each piece is so pretty and made with carefully chosen pearls and semi precious stones. Violet uses traditional stringing methods and wire wrapping techniques. Her pieces can be layered or also stand alone in a striking, luminous way! These pieces are very wearable for a variety of occasions.
Christine creates beautiful, hand built contemporary ceramics. She pays close attention to detail and uses multiple techniques such as screen printing, hand painting and embossing when adding decoration to her sophisticated forms. Her pieces can stand alone but with her distinct style, they can also be paired to create beautiful sets.
Local painter, Vanessa paints her "emotional response to the world around her". Many of her fine art oil paintings reflect the gorgeous scenes that we see on the southern New England coast. Vanessa also offers apparel and totes that are hand screen printed with her artwork.
Maureen describes her work as “steampunk, driven by music”. Her jewelry is fun, industrial and such a statement. Each piece is totally unique and created using guitar strings from the local music scene. She also incorporates coins from around the world.
Working out of her studio at Shady Lee Mill, Nancy hand weaves designs using luxurious hand dyed fibers. She specializes in apparel and pieces for the home such as gorgeous, jewel toned blankets or silk table runners for your Thanksgiving table.
Linda’s appreciation for nature (especially birds) shines crystal clear through her photography. Focusing on New England and capturing the moments that happen in between, her photos truly stand out. Along with being a photographer, Linda is also a birder, so you’ll find incredible shots of flight in her collection. She has a camera with her almost all the time! Her photography is offered in a variety of forms such as printed on metallic, watercolor papers, greeting cards etc.
Colleen’s jewelry is delicate, sparkly and eye-catching! She designs and creates using materials from fine gemstones to historic sea glass. She’s personally designed for contestants in Miss America and Miss U.S.A. pageants. Her work has also been worn by Hollywood actresses such as Jeri Ryan and Sophina Brown.
Potter, Jan Goodland-Metz creates wood fired pottery that is functional and decorative at the same time. Her style is organic and natural. One might see one of her tea sets in a woodland fairy home. Her glazes are neutral but some also have an iridescent quality to them.
Illustration artist, Alex Ferri uses pen and ink, watercolor, photography and digital techniques to create work that has a fantasy feel. She combines themes such as skulls and florals. Her base is sometimes paper and other times wood. She’ll offer prints, originals and maybe stationary of her unique work.
Husband and wife team, create leather accessories, wire wrap rings, earrings and more. Their leather cuffs are especially dramatic. They hand cut and sew each one, and adorn them with metal, stones and other materials that make them custom and unique. They offer styles that are unisex and for a variety of tastes.
Rosemarie crochets and knits styles for children. Her pieces are sweet and whimsical. The colors are light and pastel. You’ll find the cutest sweaters, dresses and maybe even a hat with reindeer antlers at her booth.
Enhance a simple outfit with a lovely wrap made by Leita. She focuses on shape, texture and the flow of fabric when creating each piece. Her fabrics are beautiful and range from solid color to interesting prints to textures that catch the light. These wraps are a perfect addition to transform an outfit from work to dinner appropriate!
You may recognize John and his work from his art gallery and custom framing shop, Pier Picture, located in the Narragansett Pier Marketplace. John’s photography focuses on the energy of South County and it’s history. Beyond just snapping a surfer’s picture, John captures the feeling of the ocean spray, the turns, twists and excitement of that quick movement and moment on the wave. He offers his photography framed, on canvas, metal, adhesives and more.
Author duo and wives, Elda and Mariellen will be joining forces this Thursday. They both have wonderful published works ranging from children's, young adult to adult. The topics range as well, think mystery, surf, historical fiction and quirky Saturday fun!
Jamestown based artist, Jennifer Weeden-Black creates original, custom and restoration stained glass. Jennifer started her artistic journey as a painter and eventually translated that knowledge and talent into stained glass. Her wide range of creative experience is evident in her light catching, multi dimensional work. Many of her pieces are RI and Newport themed.
We're so excited to have Kate back in the Field! Her sterling silver jewelry is dainty, yet eye catching. She hand makes every detail right down to the clasp and links. Kate is a beach lover and you'll definitely recognize this influence in her booth. She is often incorporating pearls, coral and shells in her pieces.
Vision and designs by Field of Artisans founder, Katrina, Ethereal Daughters consists of bohemian jewelry and hair accessories. She uses repurposed leather and hand cuts, paints and stitches the leather. She often incorporates cruelty free feathers, especially in the headbands and earrings.
Grandmother and granddaughter team, Judy and Grace, Denim and Jewels is a wonderful mashup of denim apparel and wire jewelry. The outfits are made from repurposed denim and given a new life that is so well tailored and sweet. The jewelry is elegant and simple, styles that can be worn everyday with shapes in fun hearts, spirals etc.
Providence based artist, Candida macrames using high quality rope and intricate knotting techniques. Combining, colors, layers, fringe and a variety of knots, she makes plant hangers, wall hangings, tote bags, welcome mats and much more!
Local jeweler, Kelly Jarvis creates a huge variety of beautiful jewelry. There is something for EVERYONE at her booth! She uses really interesting stones like turquoise and quartz that resemble aerial landscapes. She weaves beaded wraps that are perfect for everyday wear (some even double as chokers). She also offers stamped copper bangles with uplifting words on them.
Find different artist vendors every Field of Artisans. Our location rotates by the show, so make sure to mark your calendars with this schedule!
*The above images are a strong representation of the vendor's work. All Field of Artisans vendors hand make what they are selling. Please be aware that there may be variety in the assortment you see on the day of the event! :)