Darrell takes inspiration from the effects of certain glass blowing techniques and creates a style of work all his own on canvas, pendants and apparel. His main focus when it comes to his 2D work is acrylic paint pours with colors and spirals that pull you in. He chooses unexpected frames to pair with these pieces that totally compliment the work. He also hand sews pockets out of fun prints on to tees and sweatshirts, with the aim to offer one of a kind, yet affordable apparel.
Being one of her favorite bands, The Grateful Dead has a lot of influence on the jewelry Sara creates. Her sterling silver, turquoise, crystals and healing gemstones are reminiscent of the the 60s and 70s. Each piece starts as a silver sheet or silver wire and then is forged into beautiful, wearable art in Providence, RI.
James illustrates original tattoo designs and tattoo themed watercolor paintings. His work is typically recognizable by the clean lines and bright colors on a minimal background. Along with his originals, he also sells prints and stickers of his work. Being a tattoo artist, he is open to custom designs.
Beverly creates mixed media mosaics using polymer clay, gems, watch components, Mexican milagros and more. These mosaics are functional pieces in a variety of forms like a mirror, trinket box, picture frame or garden decoration. Her spontaneous and playful approach to color, texture and pattern results in one of a kind, statement pieces for the home. You’ll also find unique crystal and agate jewelry at her booth.
With a strong ocean influence, Christine creates small pieces working with fused glass. Her offering includes sun catchers, pendants, ornaments and other decorative pieces for the home. You’ll see her inspiration in the images and natural pieces that she incorporates, like driftwood or sea glass. Her process is lengthy, starting from handout glass, fusing in the kiln, adjusting times and temperatures and then finishing off with wire wrapping and soldering.
Inspired by mythology and other forms of storytelling, LB creates a wide range of work from illustration to narrative photography. The common thread is her exploration of the themes: nature, death, and folklore. Her goal for her work is for the viewers to gain a deep perspective in how they are connected to nature. Starting with inspiration from a myth or hidden figure in folklore, the work takes a path and life of its own from there!
Annie has the inspirational messages down! She paints uplifting, confident and comforting words, phrases and quotes (with a beautiful hand) on reclaimed wood and slate. Her clean penmanship is enviable and her canvas is one of a kind. Everyone could use more positivity in their lives and Annie provides it with her work!
The Brandon family grows certified organic fruits, vegetables and hemp products right around the corner from Shaidzon in West Kingston. Talk about local (and delicious)! Come stock up!
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.
Local Narragansett photographer, Tracey, captures the essence of summer in New England, with a large focus on South County. Her beach cruiser shots make up one of her most popular series. These images often feature a bright colored vintage bike covered in flowers or parked outside a beach. Her photos of peonies and other flowers are vibrant! We want to enter every beach photo and feel the warm salty breeze beaming through the print. Tracey sells her photos in prints, greeting cards etc.
Elizabeth crochets Amigurumi accessories, fashion accessories, beer coozies, lighter coozies etc. Images of trendy characters, foods and plants are seen in many of her pieces. Amigurumi is the Japanese art of crocheting small stuffed yarn creatures. They can be used as toys but many adults enjoy their aesthetic for decoration. So fun!
Small batch soy candles made by Meghan! She hand pours and formulates the soybean wax. The candles come in mason jars with rustic detailing. We’re especially excited for her fall scents such as such as “Pumpkin Snickerdoodle”, “Maple Gingerbread”, “Hot Baked Apple Pie”, “Blue Spruce”, “Blueberry Pumpkin”, “Balsam & Cedar”, and “Cranberry Apple Spice”.
Wear a piece of the ocean with you wherever you go! Stacy roams the beaches of RI searching for the perfect sea glass to make into beautiful pieces of jewelry. She pairs the glass with sterling silver settings that she creates herself. Find necklaces, earrings, bracelets and even wine charms at her booth!
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*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! :)