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!
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SATURDAY, September 15th, 2018
Peace Dale Block Party
1227 Kingstown Road
South Kingstown, RI
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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 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!
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!
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”.
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.
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.
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 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!
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.
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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.
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)!
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.
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! :)