Saturday, 9/15 Shopping Guide

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Saturday, 9/15 Shopping Guide

Field of Artisans x Peace Dale Block Party

9/15 Shopping Guide

Find the below artists in the Field THIS SATURDAY, September 15th at the Peace Dale Block Party from 2pm-7pm. We’ll be in the parking lot next to Sweet Cakes Bakery! This is our only September event, so don’t miss it!

Scroll to the bottom of the photos for DETAILS on the artist!

SATURDAY, September 15th, 2018

2pm-7pm

Peace Dale Block Party

1227 Kingstown Road

South Kingstown, RI

 

Act Naturally Studios

Intuition connects the creative work of Rebekah. She starts her oil paintings freely and without expectation, letting the process form the image. She usually works in multiple layers of color and sometimes glitter. Her sky and landscape paintings are mystical and breathtaking. They capture those unbelievable fluorescent tones found in nature. Rebekah also reads tarot and applies this same process of trust and intuition to her readings. Tarot cards provide a channel for spiritual messages to come through and help guide us on our life journeys. Along with her paintings, Rebekah will also be offering readings.

The Attic Project

This whimsical, nature inspired line is minimalistic and for the gypsy soul. Made through a lost cast waxing process and with natural stones, feathers, silver and other metals, each piece is unique. We’re especially excited to try on the brass cast Full Moon and Creeping Garden rings. Kacey offers a variety of jewelry but her inspiration is clear and connects the beauty found in her booth.

EveryBitBeautiful

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 like the one above, 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.

3hc Designs

Handstamped spoon jewelry by Lori!  Lori creates a variety of pieces from leather cuffs, to pendants and ornaments.  She uses parts of the prettiest antique spoons in her one of kind pieces.  Necklaces stamped with words like "dream" and "hope" are something we all should be wearing!  Such a fun booth to shop at and a really fun gift to give!

 

The Blank Space Collection

Hallie sketches and stitches color and sarcasm into fun loving images and messages!  Her embroidery pieces will brighten up any mood with an ironic combination of cheeky phrases embroidered into sampler hoops (historically used to test needlework skill).  Hallie also uses pen and ink to illustrate coloring books and printed cards.  

Violet Drury Designs

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.  

lzbth Ponchos

Elizabeth sews fun and flattering ponchos to accent any outfit or to take you from the beach to lunch!  She repurposes vintage clothing and accessories and gives them a new life.  Each poncho is totally unique.  Elizabeth has a talented eye for tailoring fabrics in just the right way so they flow in pattern and movement. She’s also added beautiful, lightweight, hand woven shawls to her line!

Jodi Manca Studios

Jodi sews bags with fun and colorful prints.  They are the perfect size for carrying books, going to the beach or for anyone who constantly needs a day trip bag even to run errands!  Bags aren't her only focus!  She also paints custom pet portraits using acrylics and gouache. All breeds!

Functional Whimsy

Amy must have a lot of fun creating her jewelry line.  Her collection is quirky, cheeky and sometimes nostalgic.  She adheres vintage images to laser cut wood, creating a way for us to wear some of our favorite memories.  She also works with images of butterflies and butterfly wings!  Each piece is detailed and definitely a conversation starter!  

M. Villen Art

Looking for something festive, seasonal, or to add to the top of a children’s gift?! Meghan creates all of the above and hand paints all of her work. Her little wooden peg dolls are the sweetest and range from princesses to Bruins players to Santa Claus! She also paints slate signs and holiday decor with phrases like “Give Thanks” and “Happy Harvest”.

Mantra Candles

Lisa hand pours soy candles and makes reed diffusers for the home.  Her scents are named after important intentions like, "gather" or "relax".  They are a wonderful and meaningful gift for someone with a new home or who may be starting a new chapter in life.  

Sea and Shore Designs

Jessica is a self taught silversmith and her jewelry glows!  All of the sea glass that she uses is genuine and found by her and her two children.  Each piece is hand forged in sterling silver.  Her settings are beautiful and highlight the natural light that shines through the stunning colors of sea glass. 

Soul Hive Art

Shannon creates art with the thought that it should make people think, make people feel and most of all, make the artist come alive in a way they may not be able to verbally or emotionally.  Vibes dictate the start and process of her work.  She works mainly with acrylics on canvas, antique window panes and repurposed wood. Her larges paintings are offered in print as posters. She’s also added mini paintings that piece together to create one image.

Seaside Botanicals

Seaside Botanicals are homegrown, small batch and chemical free herbal offerings from RI.  Sydonia is a farmer who grows, harvests and forages her materials and then creates a line of body care and home care products that are inspired by the ocean state.  Her recipes have been perfected over the years!

Pier Picture

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.

41N 71S RC Woodturning

These pieces are truly one of a kind!  Using a wood lathe, Rex lets the wood tell him which direction to create.  Bring art into your room with housewares that will stand the test of time (in style and quality)! You’ll find bowls, displays, etc made from a variety of wood types.

Yucky Rivah Bee Fahm

Local beekeeper, Kate creates beauty products using ingredients from her hives.  She makes lip balm, healing wound cream, scrubs and more.  Discover the magical properties of honey. Depending on availability, she may be selling some honey jars too! Kate also sells framed photos and notecards depicting local nature scenes.  AND, she's added a bee themed accessory line (with waxed cloth)!

Wandering Bird Designs

Inspired by nature and spacious ideas, Bonnie creates jewelry that echoes color palettes that we see in nature.  She aims for each piece to have a profound impact on the mind, body and spirit of the wearer.  Bonnie uses semi precious stones, plated metals and suede leather.

 

Ethereal Daughters

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. 

 

 

 

 

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! :)

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8/25 Shopping Guide!

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8/25 Shopping Guide!

Field of Artisans

8/25 Shopping Guide

Find the below artists in the Field THIS SATURDAY, August 25th at MARINA PARK from 11am-4pm.  Artists change weekly so don't miss these unique vendors! 

Scroll to the bottom of the photos for DETAILS on the artist!

SATURDAY, August 25th, 2018

11am-4pm

Marina Park

214 Salt Pond Road

South Kingstown, RI

 

John Rego Art

John's work resembles the style of surrealism with elements of illustrated narrative. His artwork is inspired by nature, daily surroundings, and imagery portrayed in his dreams. He works in a variety of colored, black and white, and digital media, and typically adds a brief written story to go along with the piece.  He'll be selling originals and limited edition prints.  

 

Moonface NE

Boston based artist, Hannah, creates a vast array of floral inspired mixed media!  Her booth is certain to remind you that there are warmer days ahead!  You'll find floral embroidered caps, hand painted greeting cards, and small abstract paintings (which she incorporates embroidery into as well).   

 

Gypsy's Best Friends

Deanna aims to create "wearable art".  Her jewelry embodies her personal aesthetic- Unconventional. Far out. Wild.  Each piece is handcrafted, one tiny glass seed bead at a time.  The hours that it takes her to weave and string is apparent in the detailed beauty of her work.  Deanna is inspired by nature, history, artistry, expressionism.  You'll find that her pieces have elements of the boldness, color palettes and originality of all of the above!

 

Mack and Hound

Each leather piece is hand cut, hand burnished, hand sewn individually by Ryan O'Keefe.  Mack and Hound offers a variety of leather and dry goods such as wallets, keychains, jewelry, and other everyday carry.  Ryan takes great care in making each piece, admiring the natural folds, colors and grains of the leather.  You may see that he is inspired occasionally by beer and punk.  ;) 

 

Natural Glo Designs

Using crystals, gemstones and mixed metals, Laken creates colorful and eye catching jewelry.  Her pieces are perfect for festive occasions or to dress up a simple black dress.  She offers a range of pieces and always has a variety of color options within her crystals and gemstones.  You'll find unique chains paired with each pendant as well!  

 

Leigh Medeiros

 Leigh is a master of all things creative.  She'll be selling a range of beautiful goodies!  Sometimes it's a photo pack of naturalist treasures. Sometimes it's acrylic landscape paintings. Sometimes it's magnets of deceased artists. Sometimes it's hand-dyed linens. Sometimes it's collages with a feminist twist. All together her work is eclectic and always life-affirming.  We love the variety and creativity she brings to the Field!

 

Seaside Botanicals

Seaside Botanicals are homegrown, small batch and chemical free herbal offerings from RI.  Sydonia is a farmer who grows, harvests and forages her materials and then creates a line of body care and home care products that are inspired by the ocean state.  Her recipes have been perfected over the years!

 

Silver Moon Alchemy

Magickally inspired jewelry by Alisha.  She looks to superstition, ancient lore and otherworldly themes to create adornment that feels truly special and unique.  With a BFA in metalsmithing and jewelry design, Alisha fabricates each piece from the very start.  She uses quality materials and handpicks each stone.  

 

Relic Art and Design

Relic Art and Design is owned and designed by two brothers who have a passion for ocean recovery.  Original designs are hand screen printed onto clothing. Proceeds are donated to projects that help the ocean.  Their goal is to connect communities back to their nearby aquatic systems.  Last year Aiden and his brother planted more than 3500 oysters on Long Island and this year they plan to help Rhode Island plant eel grass back into Narragansett Bay!  We LOVE their designs, especially the placement of them on the tees.  

 

Drea Lin Handcrafts

With a variety of interests and passions, Andrea works on an array of specialities, however she tends to lean towards hand painted decor and leather jewelry.  She loves exploring different aspects of creativity and everything she does is handmade (cut, painted etc).  We're excited to experience her creative journey this weekend.

 

Horned Hare Studios

Fiber artist, Holly creates 2D and 3D pieces from alpaca and sourced wool through the ancient process of wet felting.  The vessels, shapes and sheets, form wool lamps, LED tea light holders, wall hangings, handbags, and more.  You'll find a common theme of nature and whimsy throughout Holly's work.  Along with fiber art, Holly also carves and block prints canvas wall hangings depicting nature and fantasy inspired illustrations.

 

Stevie C Photography

Using advanced techniques and a unique editing style, Stephen takes famous sights and landmarks (like the Newport Bridge or Providence skyline) and creates dramatic landscape pieces!  He specializes in long exposure (Using a tripod, an exposure could last from 1 sec to 3 min!), black and white, and night time photography.  

 

Lily's Fantastic Jewelry

Lily creates vibrant, colorful pieces that add a touch of color to your look.  While her ankle bracelets have been a bestseller at Field of Artisans, her necklaces and earrings are also very popular across all ages.  Lily is constantly coming up with new ideas, styles and finding pretty new charms to create unique pieces!  Her positive spirit shines through each piece.  

 

Carol's Crafts

Carol crochets the cutest outfits for little ones!  She uses a variety of yarns, materials and colors.  In addition she crochets hand towels, bags and whimsical characters (over everyday tools, like a measuring tape).  You'll want to spend time in her booth!  There's lots to look at and you're sure to find something for anyone with a kitchen to a small child. 

 

Honey and Vine Apothecary

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.

 

Olive Branch Baby

Marcia creates baby goods that double as stylish jewelry for adults!  Moms who are having their pearl necklaces chewed on by their teething babe, will really appreciated a teether necklace made of toxin free beads that resemble marble or pearls!  Her color combos are so pretty, some neutral and some festive!  Babies and parents alike will love a gift from Olive Branch Baby!  

 

ladeDAH Jewelry

Sue makes jewelry for the beach combing, tree hugging, fun loving, free-spirited woman.  Her designs are original, one-of-a-kind pieces that she fabricates by hand in her studio in Westerly, RI. Her techniques include a variety of bead stringing, fine silver fusing, torch-fired enameling, wire working, and soldering. 

 

Philip Picozzi

Using mainly acrylic and paint knives, Philip's work is a visual representation of his thoughts and personal style.  He is inspired by peace, hip hop, his home state and family.  We're looking forward to seeing his distinct style in person.  

 

Legendary Lynn

Magical illustrations by Lynn!  She is largely inspired by fairytales depicting women and animals. Each illustration is created using colored pencil, watercolor and marker.  Lynn will be selling fine art prints and stickers of her work.

 

Ethereal Daughters

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 feathers, especially in the headbands and earrings. 

 

One Earth Air Plants

Richard creates plant arrangements using re-purposed materials and recycled glass.  He is careful in choosing vessels that offer a point of interest and work with the air plant. You may find an arrangement in a glass tear drop container, lotus bowls, glued to driftwood, tupelo wood or rocks.

 

KIT & Co

The team behind KIT and Co helps YOU build your own furniture.  They do the hard work like designing and providing the hardware.  With every kit, you receive unique hardware (designed/manufactured by KIT & Co), instructions and cut sheets.  All you need is the wood!  Concepts and designs are born through 3D modeling programs and prototypes in Newport, RI.  They also sell fun hardware inspired merchandise like the bottle opener above!

 

Bully Bows

Sam created Bully Bows to combat bullying.  In fact, a portion of his sales go to an anti-bullying organization, Rachel's Challenge.  His goal is to change the world "One Bully Bow at a Time."  To create unique bowties, he works with two types of fabric; one pattern is for the two ends of the bow tie and the other pattern is for the little middle part.  Partnering with a talented seamstress, each bow is handcrafted from scratch.  

 

Kristia Designs

Kristin makes handcrafted artisan jewelry inspired mostly by a love for color and earthy natural designs. She works in copper and sterling silver and has a love for weathered patinas, greens, blues and browns. She often finds herself using contrast in color when designing pieces.  Her collection ranges from chunky and bold to small and endearing.  

 

lzbth Ponchos

Elizabeth sews fun and flattering ponchos to accent any outfit or to take you from the beach to lunch!  She repurposes vintage clothing and accessories and gives them a new life.  Each poncho is totally unique.  Elizabeth has a talented eye for tailoring fabrics in just the right way so they flow in pattern and movement. 

 

Kathy Marshall

Kathy has fun with color!  Her pieces range from functional, like painted bottle lights to decorative, like large painted canvases or silk screen sun catchers.  She teaches step by step painting classes and will actually be teaching a painted sun catcher workshop this Saturday!  Check www.fieldofartisans.com/create for details!

 

3hc Designs

Handstamped spoon jewelry by Lori!  Lori creates a variety of pieces from leather cuffs, to pendants and ornaments.  She uses parts of the prettiest antique spoons in her one of kind pieces.  Necklaces stamped with words like "dream" and "hope" are something we all should be wearing!  Such a fun booth to shop at and a really fun gift to give!

 

Apocalyptical Decor

Hollie wants viewers to experience a moment of beauty and emotion in the mind, body and soul when looking at her work.  She creates beautiful abstract paintings, mosaics and some jewelry.  Her work is filled with wonder and cannot be replicated due to the organic and inspired process she uses.  

 

Dancing Bubbles Soap

Created by 3 long time friends who became more and more discouraged in learning what was in your "typical" bar of soap.  They ventured out to make our own! They aim to share the many benefits of a nose-tingling, skin-loving, cleansing experience!  

 

Cristina Jewels

Cristina's jewelry has a garden feel to it!  She uses beautiful materials like Czech glass, crystals, and lampwork beads.  Her handcrafted pieces range from long tear drop shaped pendants to fun dynamic dangly earrings.  We're excited she's back in the field!

 

Bee in Motion

South Kingstown local, Dennis Harvey created Bee In Motion, a mobile movement therapy workshop, as a means for students and young adults of all abilities to explore self-expression and non-verbal communications through movement and music.  He'll be selling the original artwork of his students to raise money for his non profit. 

 

MKindred

Friends and business partners, Melanie and Keri created MKindred to inspire dream manifestation in the wearer.  MKindred jewelry is handmade with semi precious gemstones and sterling silver, pewter or 14K gold. Each piece comes with a card explaining the properties and intentions of the stones and charms.  Positivity and Strength is always present within the MKindred brand!

 

 

 

Find different artist vendors every Saturday starting June 9th through August 25th.  Our location rotates by the month, 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! :)

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Sunday, 8/19 Shopping Guide!

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Sunday, 8/19 Shopping Guide!

Field of Artisans

8/19 Shopping Guide

Find the below artists in the Field for a special event THIS SUNDAY, August 19th at The Village Green from 5pm-8pm.  In collaboration with the SK Concert Series, we'll be setup in the park alongside the John Connors and The Irish Express!

Scroll to the bottom of the photos for DETAILS on the artist!

SUNDAY, August 19th 2018

5pm-8pm

The Village Green

1057 Kingstown Road

South Kingstown, RI

 

Botanical Brass

Working mainly with copper and brass (occasionally silver), Katherine creates jewelry using a roll printing process and real leaves that she's collected!  Each leaf can only be rolled once, so a Botanical Brass piece is special and truly one of a kind!  A Field favorite is her poison ivy ring!

 

Caitlin Creations

Caitlin works between Rhode Island and Hawaii capturing the sights and people in between.  Be sure to ask her about her portrait photography services.  She has a private studio in Richmond and specializes in families, pets and children.  At her booth you'll find travel photography products, including coffee mugs, canvases, greetings cards, matted prints, playing cards, coaster sets, bags, mouse pads, calendars and much more.

 

Yucky Rivah Bee Fahm

Local beekeeper, Kate creates beauty products using ingredients from her hives.  She makes lip balm, healing wound cream, scrubs and more.  Discover the magical properties of honey. Depending on availability, she may be selling some honey jars too! Kate also sells framed photos and notecards depicting local nature scenes.  AND, she's added a bee themed accessory line (with waxed cloth)!

 

Kristin Ells

Kristin creates miniature tea cup fairy landscapes.  When making these little scenes, she aims to create tiny slices of fairy heaven that one can imagine strolling through if they were to suddenly shrink. The tea cups, coffee mugs, demitasse and sake cups, sugar bowls, and creamers are all cast-offs that are given new life! Miniature details include hand molded and painted clay houses, and natural items collected in RI.  

 

Picture.esque

Ghyllian uses a multi stepped process to create art that satisfies her many passions:  environmentalism, geology, photography and drawing.  She takes photos in nature and transfers them onto wood.  She then paints and draws over the photo adding stylized details.  The work is finished with a coat of resin, protecting the wood and the image.  These beautiful wall hangings, coasters and magnets are truly one of a kind.

 

Functional Whimsy

Amy must have a lot of fun creating her jewelry line.  Her collection is quirky, cheeky and sometimes nostalgic.  She adheres vintage images to laser cut wood, creating a way for us to wear some of our favorite memories.  She also works with images of butterflies and butterfly wings!  Each piece is detailed and definitely a conversation starter!  

 

Stevie C Photography

Using advanced techniques and a unique editing style, Stephen takes famous sights and landmarks (like the Newport Bridge or Providence skyline) and creates dramatic landscape pieces!  He specializes in long exposure (Using a tripod, an exposure could last from 1 sec to 3 min!), black and white, and night time photography.  

 

Carol's Crafts

Carol crochets the cutest outfits for little ones!  She uses a variety of yarns, materials and colors.  In addition she crochets hand towels, bags and whimsical characters (over everyday tools, like a measuring tape).  You'll want to spend time in her booth!  There's lots to look at and you're sure to find something for anyone with a kitchen to a small child. 

 

Kate Martin Jewelry

Kate's pieces are inspired by feathers, stonework, shadows, flowers and lots of nature.  She designs earrings, rings, pendants and bracelets with hammered, textured and etched sterling silver and copper.  She also sometimes uses lost wax castings to create her pieces.  Kate's jewelry is organic and beautiful!  

 

Eileen Graphics

It's always good to have a quirky and bright notecard on hand!  Eileen creates lines of greeting cards that are primarily nautical and always super fun.  She uses watercolor and calligraphy for each one.  The cards are printed locally in Newport, RI and her packaging is eco-friendly and compostable.  

 

The Domesticated Wild Child

Corinn of The Domesticaed Wild Child creates organic and ethically wild harvested herbal infusions and combines them in a wide range of products for everyday wellness and topical care. Her facial, baby, and outdoor lines make herbalism accessible to the local community. 

 

lzbth Ponchos

Elizabeth sews fun and flattering ponchos to accent any outfit or to take you from the beach to lunch!  She repurposes vintage clothing and accessories and gives them a new life.  Each poncho is totally unique.  Elizabeth has a talented eye for tailoring fabrics in just the right way so they flow in pattern and movement. 

 

Ethereal Daughters

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 feathers, especially in the headbands and earrings.  

 

 

This is a special Sunday event. Our location rotates by the month, 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! :)
 

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8/18 Shopping Guide!

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8/18 Shopping Guide!

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8/18 Shopping Guide

Find the below artists in the Field THIS SATURDAY, August 18th at MARINA PARK from 11am-4pm.  Artists change weekly so don't miss these unique vendors! 

Scroll to the bottom of the photos for DETAILS on the artist!

SATURDAY, August 18th, 2018

11am-4pm

Marina Park

214 Salt Pond Road

South Kingstown, RI

 

Silver Moon Alchemy

Magickally inspired jewelry by Alisha.  She looks to superstition, ancient lore and otherworldly themes to create adornment that feels truly special and unique.  With a BFA in metalsmithing and jewelry design, Alisha fabricates each piece from the very start.  She uses quality materials and handpicks each stone.  

 

Pat Gauthier

Pat paints amazing acrylic paintings with a focus on RI beaches and nautical themes.  She is inspired by the very path we setup along at South Kingstown Town Beach. So, don't be surprised if you find yourself reminiscing and day dreaming of your Matunuck days in her booth.  The ocean moves her to create and her paintings move us! 

 

Rhode Island Glassworks

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. 

 

Seaside Botanicals

Seaside Botanicals are homegrown, small batch and chemical free herbal offerings from RI.  Sydonia is a farmer who grows, harvests and forages her materials and then creates a line of body care and home care products that are inspired by the ocean state.  Her recipes have been perfected over the years!

 

Joey & Jack

Joey and Jack is a women owned and operated company based in Providence, RI.  The company started with designer, Jen's desire to help animal shelters.  The hand strung bracelets are often animal themed and created with genuine stones.  Joey and Jack makes for a fun gift as each piece is usually paired with a mantra or meaning

 

Red Fern Reliquary

Specially curated and artistically designed botanical arrangements and hangings by Jennifer. These designs include air plants, succulents, houseplants and terrariums all in unique vessels that are new, natural or vintage! Red Fern Reliquary promotes a connection to the natural world, so along with their botanical arrangements they also offer smudge sticks, fossils and crystals.

 

Kate Simpson Designs

We're so excited to have Kate back in the Field this summer!  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.

 

Stevie C Photography

Using advanced techniques and a unique editing style, Stephen takes famous sights and landmarks (like the Newport Bridge or Providence skyline) and creates dramatic landscape pieces!  He specializes in long exposure (Using a tripod, an exposure could last from 1 sec to 3 min!), black and white, and night time photography.  

 

2 Lucky Tigers Handcrafts

2 Lucky Tigers is a collection of one of a kind, limited edition handbags, totes, and other accessories sewn from nature, sea and science themed fabric.  Melissa teaches biology and marine science at a local university and is an oceanographer in training.  She's combined her many interests to create functional and durable accessories that are also fun!

 

Sarahnaid Designs

Through a process called electro forming, Sarah makes handmade unique copper and gold plated jewelry.  No two pieces are the same, each a statement of the wearer.  The crystals she pairs with metal are eye catching!  Sarah donates a portion of sales to the Hope Lodge in NYC.

 

Leigh Medeiros

 Leigh is a master of all things creative.  She'll be selling a range of beautiful goodies!  Sometimes it's a photo pack of naturalist treasures. Sometimes it's acrylic landscape paintings. Sometimes it's magnets of deceased artists. Sometimes it's hand-dyed linens. Sometimes it's collages with a feminist twist. All together her work is eclectic and always life-affirming.  We love the variety and creativity she brings to the Field!

 

Lily's Fantastic Jewelry

Lily creates vibrant, colorful pieces that add a touch of color to your look.  While her ankle bracelets have been a bestseller at Field of Artisans, her necklaces and earrings are also very popular across all ages.  Lily is constantly coming up with new ideas, styles and finding pretty new charms to create unique pieces!  Her positive spirit shines through each piece.   

 

Backyard Beach

Wendy creates unique one of kind, nautical and beach inspired pieces for the home.  She spends lots of hours collecting, sorting and cleaning shells and stones as this is her main medium.  She aims to preserve and highlight the natural beauty of the shell or stone in her work.  You'll find lighting fixtures, shadow boxes, centerpieces and more at her booth.  

 

Blue i Designs

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.  

 

Sir Milky Quartz

Savannah sells handmade and upcycled 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 and updated life.   We love her detailed sequin embroidery and clear totes filled with lavender!  

 

Carol's Crafts

Carol crochets the cutest outfits for little ones!  She uses a variety of yarns, materials and colors.  In addition she crochets hand towels, bags and whimsical characters (over everyday tools, like a measuring tape).  You'll want to spend time in her booth!  There's lots to look at and you're sure to find something for anyone with a kitchen to a small child. ;) 

 

Violet Drury Designs

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.  

 

Scarlet's Wraps

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!

 

Philip Picozzi

Using mainly acrylic and paint knives, Philip's work is a visual representation of his thoughts and personal style.  He is inspired by peace, hip hop, his home state and family.  We're looking forward to seeing his distinct style in person.  

 

Ethereal Daughters

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 feathers, especially in the headbands and earrings. 

 

Perspective by the Sea

Lexi captures her favorite Rhode Island places in photographs that stimulate awe and wonder in the viewer.  She turns her photographs into photo frames, wall art, metal photos, photo cards, canvas, etc.  The colors are vibrant and her work would definitely make a statement in any home. 

 

Honey and Vine Apothecary

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.

 

RA HA Jewelry

Made by hand in Providence, each unique piece of RA HA Jewelry resembles an abstract line drawing.  Check out the RA HA Instagram for her Picasso earrings in 14K rose gold!  Julia uses gold, silver and brass to hand form original drawings into earrings.  Often a gem or stone is soldered on to add a simple but personal detail. 

 

Erica Baptiste Art

Through art, Erica aims to connect with people and to inspire them by evoking a personal and emotional response. She works with a wide variety of mediums including oil & acrylic paintchalk pastel, watercolor and digital drawing. Themes of dreaming, human relationships and nature are consistent throughout.  She is inspired by random, beautiful moments of waking and dreaming life but more specifically from observing human and animal figures and their relationship to nature.

 

Functional Whimsy

Amy must have a lot of fun creating her jewelry line.  Her collection is quirky, cheeky and sometimes nostalgic.  She adheres vintage images to laser cut wood, creating a way for us to wear some of our favorite memories.  She also works with images of butterflies and butterfly wings!  Each piece is detailed and definitely a conversation starter!  

 

 

Find different artist vendors every Saturday starting June 9th through August 25th.  Our location rotates by the month, 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! :)
 

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7/28 Shopping Guide!

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7/28 Shopping Guide!

Field of Artisans

7/28 Shopping Guide

Find the below artists in the Field THIS SATURDAY, July 28th at South Kingstown Town Beach from 11am-4pm.  Artists change weekly so don't miss these unique vendors! 

Scroll to the bottom of the photos for DETAILS on the artist!

SATURDAY, JULY 21st, 2018

11am-4pm

South Kingstown Town Beach

706 Matunuck Beach Road

Matunuck, RI

*Please note, it is free to walk on the beach but there is a fee to park.  To avoid the fee, you can get dropped off, get here early to try for a street spot down the road or try the $8 lot a short walk away.

 

Erica Baptiste Art

Through art, Erica aims to connect with people and to inspire them by evoking a personal and emotional response. She works with a wide variety of mediums including oil & acrylic paintchalk pastel, watercolor and digital drawing. Themes of dreaming, human relationships and nature are consistent throughout.  She is inspired by random, beautiful moments of waking and dreaming life but more specifically from observing human and animal figures and their relationship to nature.

 

Mack and Hound

Each leather piece is hand cut, hand burnished, hand sewn individually by Ryan O'Keefe.  Mack and Hound offers a variety of leather and dry goods such as wallets, keychains, jewelry, and other everyday carry.  Ryan takes great care in making each piece, admiring the natural folds, colors and grains of the leather.  You may see that he is inspired occasionally by beer and punk.  ;) 

 

Madeline Tavernier

Lovely, simple and inviting housewares designed and made by Madeline.  She creates beautiful, functional pieces that will add comfort and calm to your home space. With a strong focus on color and color relationships, Madeline uses her sewing machine and/or floor loom in her home studio.  All materials used are bought in Rhode Island from small businesses.   We love how she uses her basket creations for everything from flower displays to paint can holders!

 

RA HA Jewelry

Made by hand in Providence, each unique piece of RA HA Jewelry resembles an abstract line drawing.  Check out the RA HA Instagram for her Picasso earrings in 14K rose gold!  Julia uses gold, silver and brass to hand form original drawings into earrings.  Often a gem or stone is soldered on to add a simple but personal detail. 

 

Seaside Botanicals

Seaside Botanicals are homegrown, small batch and chemical free herbal offerings from RI.  Sydonia is a farmer who grows, harvests and forages her materials and then creates a line of body care and home care products that are inspired by the ocean state.  Her recipes have been perfected over the years!

 

Red Fern Reliquary

Specially curated and artistically designed botanical arrangements and hangings by Jennifer. These designs include air plants, succulents, houseplants and terrariums all in unique vessels that are new, natural or vintage! Red Fern Reliquary promotes a connection to the natural world, so along with their botanical arrangements they also offer smudge sticks, fossils and crystals.

 

Kate Martin Jewelry

Kate's pieces are inspired by feathers, stonework, shadows, flowers and lots of nature.  She designs earrings, rings, pendants and bracelets with hammered, textured and etched sterling silver and copper.  She also sometimes uses lost wax castings to create her pieces.  Kate's jewelry is organic and beautiful!  

 

Rarities Bindery

Kelly creates hand bound Journals out of beautiful antique papers and leathers.  You may have seen her Instagram takeover on the Field of Artisans Instagram last season!  This is a perfect gift for newlyweds, new parents, or a friend who writes.  She also makes preservation boxes to store your journal or precious item!

 

Giddy Goat from Galilee

Misti sews drawstring bags, totes and home decor like pillows and chair covers.  The fabrics she uses have nautical and whimsical prints.  You're sure to find the perfect home accent for your beach house or accessory for a summer day trip at her booth. 

 

Blue i Designs

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.  

 

Purring Pottery

Beautiful dinnerware and housewares by Heather!  Each whimsical piece reflects a healing energy.  Part of Heather's process involves charging the clay with reiki energy.  Along with beautiful plates, mugs, bowls etc, Purring Pottery also offers a crystal healing series.  The series consists of clay canisters with crystals on top.  

 

Painting Daisies

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 vibrant, vintage bike covered in flowers or parked outside a beach.  Tracey sells her photos in prints, greeting cards etc. 

 

Sea Uniquely

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!

 

Lily's Fantastic Jewelry

Lily creates vibrant, colorful pieces that add a touch of color to your look.  While her ankle bracelets have been a bestseller at Field of Artisans, her necklaces and earrings are also very popular across all ages.  Lily is constantly coming up with new ideas, styles and finding pretty new charms to create unique pieces!  Her positive spirit shines through each piece.  

 

NerdyBoy Candles

A different type of candle experience created by "a few self proclaimed nerds" (wording direct from their website :).  Their goal is fun and up-lifting.  All the NerdyBoy candles are soy and small batch in super fun jars.  Scents transport us to relatable experiences like "Falling Over Leaves" or "Saturday Morning Cartoons". 

 

Ethereal Daughters

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 feathers, especially in the headbands and earrings. 

 

 

Find different artist vendors every Saturday starting June 9th through August 25th.  Our location rotates by the month, 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! :)
 

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Sunday, 7/22 Shopping Guide!

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Sunday, 7/22 Shopping Guide!

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7/22 Shopping Guide

Find the below artists in the Field for a special event THIS SUNDAY, July 22nd at The Village Green from 5pm-8pm.  In collaboration with the SK Concert Series, we'll be setup in the park alongside the Illusions Band

Scroll to the bottom of the photos for DETAILS on the artist!

SUNDAY, July 22nd 2018

5pm-8pm

The Village Green

1057 Kingstown Road

South Kingstown, RI

 

 

Sir Milky Quartz

Savannah sells handmade and upcycled 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 and updated life.   We love her detailed sequin embroidery and clear totes filled with lavender!  

 

Stevie C Photography

Using advanced techniques and a unique editing style, Stephen takes famous sights and landmarks (like the Newport Bridge or Providence skyline) and creates dramatic landscape pieces!  He specializes in long exposure (Using a tripod, an exposure could last from 1 sec to 3 min!), black and white, and night time photography.  

 

Gypsy's Best Friends

Deanna aims to create "wearable art".  Her jewelry embodies her personal aesthetic- Unconventional. Far out. Wild.  Each piece is handcrafted, one tiny glass seed bead at a time.  The hours that it takes her to weave and string is apparent in the detailed beauty of her work.  Deanna is inspired by nature, history, artistry, expressionism.  You'll find that her pieces have elements of the boldness, color palettes and originality of all of the above!

 

KIT & Co

The team behind KIT and Co helps YOU build your own furniture.  They do the hard work like designing and providing the hardware.  With every kit, you receive unique hardware (designed/manufactured by KIT & Co), instructions and cut sheets.  All you need is the wood!  Concepts and designs are born through 3D modeling programs and prototypes in Newport, RI.  They also sell fun hardware inspired merchandise like the bottle opener above!

 

Elda Dawber and Mariellen Langworthy

Author duo and wives, Elda and Mariellen will be joining forces this Sunday.  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!

 

Caitlin Creations

Caitlin works between Rhode Island and Hawaii capturing the sights and people in between.  Be sure to ask her about her portrait photography services.  She has a private studio in Richmond and specializes in families, pets and children.  At her booth you'll find travel photography products, including coffee mugs, canvases, greetings cards, matted prints, playing cards, coaster sets, bags, mouse pads, calendars and much more.

 

Carol's Crafts

Carol crochets the cutest outfits for little ones!  She uses a variety of yarns, materials and colors.  In addition she crochets hand towels, bags and whimsical characters (over everyday tools, like a measuring tape).  You'll want to spend time in her booth!  There's lots to look at and you're sure to find something for anyone with a kitchen to a small child. ;) 

 

Kate Martin Jewelry

Kate's pieces are inspired by feathers, stonework, shadows, flowers and lots of nature.  She designs earrings, rings, pendants and bracelets with hammered, textured and etched sterling silver and copper.  She also sometimes uses lost wax castings to create her pieces.  Kate's jewelry is organic and beautiful!  

 

Kristin Ells

Kristin creates miniature tea cup fairy landscapes.  When making these little scenes, she aims to create tiny slices of fairy heaven that one can imagine strolling through if they were to suddenly shrink. The tea cups, coffee mugs, demitasse and sake cups, sugar bowls, and creamers are all cast-offs that are given new life! Miniature details include hand molded and painted clay houses, and natural items collected in RI.  

 

Denim and Jewels

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.  

 

Perspective by the Sea

Lexi captures her favorite Rhode Island places in photographs that stimulate awe and wonder in the viewer.  She turns her photographs into photo frames, wall art, metal photos, photo cards, canvas, etc.  The colors are vibrant and her work would definitely make a statement in any home. 

 

Lily's Fantastic Jewelry

Lily creates vibrant, colorful pieces that add a touch of color to your look.  While her ankle bracelets have been a bestseller at Field of Artisans, her necklaces and earrings are also very popular across all ages.  Lily is constantly coming up with new ideas, styles and finding pretty new charms to create unique pieces!  Her positive spirit shines through each piece.  

 

Relic Art and Design

Relic Art and Design is owned and designed by two brothers who have a passion for ocean recovery.  Original designs are hand screen printed onto clothing. Proceeds are donated to projects that help the ocean.  Their goal is to connect communities back to their nearby aquatic systems.  Last year Aiden and his brother planted more than 3500 oysters on Long Island and this year they plan to help Rhode Island plant eel grass back into Narragansett Bay!  We LOVE their designs, especially the placement of them on the tees.  

 

Yucky Rivah Bee Fahm

Local beekeeper, Kate creates beauty products using ingredients from her hives.  She makes lip balm, healing wound cream, scrubs and more.  Discover the magical properties of honey. Depending on availability, she may be selling some honey jars too! Kate also sells framed photos and notecards depicting local nature scenes.  AND, she's added a bee themed accessory line (with waxed cloth)!

 

 

This is a special Sunday event. Our location rotates by the month, 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! :)
 

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7/21 Shopping Guide!

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7/21 Shopping Guide!

Field of Artisans

7/21 Shopping Guide

Find the below artists in the Field THIS SATURDAY, July 21st at South Kingstown Town Beach from 11am-4pm.  Artists change weekly so don't miss these unique vendors! 

Scroll to the bottom of the photos for DETAILS on the artist!

SATURDAY, JULY 21st, 2018

11am-4pm

South Kingstown Town Beach

706 Matunuck Beach Road

Matunuck, RI

*Please note, it is free to walk on the beach but there is a fee to park.  To avoid the fee, you can get dropped off, get here early to try for a street spot down the road or try the $8 lot a short walk away.

 

 

 

Hannah Loves Flowers

Hannah has a nature inspired, folk art drawing style and designs calendars, greeting cards, stationary, wallhangings and more!  The phrases she comes up with for her greeting cards are so relatable but always have a positive spin. Her smile radiates throughout her work.

 

Stacey Messier

Geometric abstract painter, Stacey starts each piece with a phrase, quote or combination of words.  She then translates the words into shapes, lines and colors.  She paints on a variety of surfaces from canvas to wood discs to vintage bingo cards.  We love the vibrant color palette and thought process behind her work.  

 

Sarahnaid Designs

Through a process called electro forming, Sarah makes handmade unique copper and gold plated jewelry.  No two pieces are the same, each a statement of the wearer.  The crystals she pairs with metal are eye catching!  Sarah donates a portion of sales to the Hope Lodge in NYC.

 

Olive Branch Baby

Marcia creates baby goods that double as stylish jewelry for adults!  Moms who are having their pearl necklaces chewed on by their teething babe, will really appreciated a teether necklace made of toxin free beads that resemble marble or pearls!  Her color combos are so pretty, some neutral and some festive!  Babies and parents alike will love a gift from Olive Branch Baby!  

 

Sea Uniquely

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!

 

Yucky Rivah Bee Fahm

Local beekeeper, Kate creates beauty products using ingredients from her hives.  She makes lip balm, healing wound cream, scrubs and more.  Discover the magical properties of honey. Depending on availability, she may be selling some honey jars too! Kate also sells framed photos and notecards depicting local nature scenes.  AND, she's added a bee themed accessory line (with waxed cloth)!

 

Relic Art and Design

Relic Art and Design is owned and designed by two brothers who have a passion for ocean recovery.  Original designs are hand screen printed onto clothing. Proceeds are donated to projects that help the ocean.  Their goal is to connect communities back to their nearby aquatic systems.  Last year Aiden and his brother planted more than 3500 oysters on Long Island and this year they plan to help Rhode Island plant eel grass back into Narragansett Bay!  We LOVE their designs, especially the placement of them on the tees.  

 

Soul Hive Art

Shannon creates art with the thought that it should make people think, make people feel and most of all, make the artist come alive in a way they may not be able to verbally or emotionally.  Vibes dictate the start and process of her work.  She works mainly with acrylics on canvas, antique window panes and repurposed wood.

 

Shoreward Studio

Tanya collects sea glass, stones and other beach treasures to create scenes of flowers, fairies, animals etc.  Her images have a sense of whimsy and sweetness to them.  They are framed and ready to hang!

 

MKindred

Friends and business partners, Melanie and Keri created MKindred to inspire dream manifestation in the wearer.  MKindred jewelry is handmade with semi precious gemstones and sterling silver, pewter or 14K gold. Each piece comes with a card explaining the properties and intentions of the stones and charms.  Positivity and Strength is always present within the MKindred brand!

 

Purring Pottery

Beautiful dinnerware and housewares by Heather!  Each whimsical piece reflects a healing energy.  Part of Heather's process involves charging the clay with reiki energy.  Along with beautiful plates, mugs, bowls etc, Purring Pottery also offers a crystal healing series.  The series consists of clay canisters with crystals on top.  

 

Scarlet's Wraps

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!

 

Philip Picozzi

Using mainly acrylic and paint knives, Philip's work is a visual representation of his thoughts and personal style.  He is inspired by peace, hip hop, his home state and family.  We're looking forward to seeing his distinct style in person.  

 

Blue i Designs

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.  

 

Vanessa Piche

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.  

 

41N 71S RC Woodturning

These pieces are truly one of a kind!  Using a wood lathe, Rex lets the wood tell him which direction to create.  Bring art into your room with housewares that will stand the test of time (in style and quality)!

 

Pastels and Parcels

Oindrila, creates with a desire to blend tradition and heritage into a soulful concoction that transcends cultural, religion and ethnic boundaries.  Her art incorporates a wide variety of mediums, like acrylic, watercolor, alcohol inks, resin.  She also experiments with art on wood, ceramics, canvas and paper.  Always looking for ways to make her painting 3D she uses gemstones, crystals and different techniques.  

 

Ethereal Daughters

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 feathers, especially in the headbands and earrings. 

 

 

Find different artist vendors every Saturday starting June 9th through August 25th.  Our location rotates by the month, 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! :)
 

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