Field of Artisans x Whalers Brewing Company
Sunday, March 3rd Shopping Guide
Find the below artists in the Field THIS COMING SUNDAY, March 3rd in the taproom at Whalers Brewing Company from 11:30am-4:30pm. Scroll to the bottom of the photos for DETAILS on the artist!
SUNDAY, March 3rd, 2019
Whalers Brewing Company
1174 Kingstown Road
South Kingstown, RI
One can’t help but get lost in imaginative thoughts and storytelling when looking at Aaron’s illustrations of nature scenes. Each one having a unique depth that portrays kindness, connection, and fantasy. Aaron starts with an original illustration and then it is silkscreened, making limited handmade editions on various papers and wood.
Bethaney creates a wide variety of jewelry that is dainty enough to wear everyday but eye-catching, color popping and sparkly enough to transition from day to evening. Using quality stones, pearls, wire and suede, each piece is handmade. You’ll have a blast experimenting with layering or mixing and matching Green Valley Jewels.
Sydney paints abstract work using oil paints and sometimes incorporating other media such as pastel, watercolor or collage. She paints intuitively, not letting expectation block creativity, but always takes care and time with each painting. She is inspired by Jackson Pollock and other past expressionists and abstract artists. Her work draws you in with inviting color palettes and images that connect our emotions to experiences and memories.
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!
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.
All of Steve’s work is created using recycled skateboards. Collecting broken boards, he transforms the pieces into functional art. His collection consists of jewelry, key chains, pens, bottle openers and more. Each piece is intricately pieced together and polished so smooth creating patterned pieces you can use and wear!
Decorate your home with floral arrangements that never wilt! Ashley of Blushing Blooms creates handmade wooden bouquets and home decor. Each piece is totally unique, as Ashley makes the flowers herself from start to finish. She hand rolls, cuts and strings wooden flowers from shaved wood from the tapioca tree root. She dyes or paints blooms depending on the effect she's going for.
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.
Amanda’s stationary and paper goods are such works of art, you may be framing over mailing! Luckily, she creates posters along with stationary. Combining the age old craft of letterpress printing with her graphic design talents, Amanda has a signature aesthetic filled with joy, whimsy and sometimes paired with cheeky wording. She designs/draws and hand-prints all letterpress and linoleum cut cards & posters herself.
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.
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.
Using a mix of oil inks, paints and pastels, Chris creates artwork that ignites the mind and soul. He applies the oil ink in an organic way, and then paints or draws the subject matter over it once the ink is dried. We love the use of bright color!
College Collections is an online platform created to allow college students, professors, and alumni to collaborate and share their artwork with the world. Their goal is to facilitate interactions and support amongst artists. They help gain exposure for their members and sell College Collections themed apparel to market their mission! We're excited to have them return to the Field!
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.
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!
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)!
Britney paints mini and intricate works of art on satin ties. This is truly wearable art. Often free handed, she paints with careful detail and small strokes. Many of the designs are nautically inspired, depicting vibrant lobsters or raging ocean waves. No two ties are alike.
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.
Don’t forget to grab your Whalers growlers and apparel. We’re pairing this shopping guide with the limited Pretender, Limited (5.2% abv). “Rich aromas of cocoa and sweet berry animate this deceptively golden colored stout. This medium-bodied ale features light undertones of coffee, chocolate, and raspberry.”
Find different artist vendors every Field of Artisans!
*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! :)