Field of Artisans
7/7 Shopping Guide
Find the below artists in the Field THIS SATURDAY, July 7th at South Kingstown Town Beach from 11am-4pm. Artists change weekly so don't miss these unique vendors!
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SATURDAY, JULY 7th, 2018
South Kingstown Town Beach
706 Matunuck Beach Road
*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.
Based in California but in Rhode Island for July, Christine of Knotty Ambitions will be selling beautiful macrame and fiber pieces that bring style and warmth into your home. Her designs emerge as she works but she often gravitates towards cotton rope and yarn because of the natural feel. You'll find that she incorporates elements of the sea and hints of gold into her offering!
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!
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!
Ashley hand crafts and wheel throws the most lovely and organic ceramics. She also hand carves into the clay. Her work adds beauty to daily activity. With a variety of clays, white stoneware, speckled low fire, and dark brown stoneware, you'll also find a variety in her offering. Paskov Pottery offers the cutest bud vases, striking signature feather hangings, large bowls with vibrant glazes and 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.
Herbalicious is organic botanical skincare formulated to nourish your skin and simplify your life. Carolyn has perfected formulations that are safe for all skin types. We've been meaning to try her Herbal Facial Steam, so we're happy Carolyn is back!
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!
Mary Beth creates ocean inspired work with handmade clay mermaids and sea creatures. She uses locally found sea glass and seashells and incorporates them into beautiful underwater framed scenes. You feel like you're gazing down into the water when you look at a piece!
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!
RI Sea Glass
Carry a little piece of the sea wherever you go! Brie uses RI found genuine sea glass to create pendants that are wire wrapped, on a delicate chain and with a nautically inspired charm. Truly beautiful and very RI!
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!
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.
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.
Richard Adams Photography
Richard travels the country to take photos. His travel is apparent in his subjects. His focus is a large range of flora, fauna and flight! He has a way of capturing the movement and excitement of a split second moment.
Celie's business is based on traditional Tibetan prayer beads, malas. Each mala consists of 108 beads, knotted in between each one. The beads range from wooden, to seed to genuine stone. Her pieces have a special spirituality to them. She's also added crystal pendants and anklets this year.
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! :)