Field of Artisans
6/16 Shopping Guide
Find the below artists in the Field THIS SATURDAY, June 16th at Marina Park from 11am-4pm. Artists change weekly so don't miss these unique vendors!
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SATURDAY, JUNE 16th, 2018
214 Salt Pond Road
South Kingstown, 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!
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.
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.
Nikki's hand painted wooden signs reflect all of the feelings, smells, sights and tastes of "summertime in the ocean state". She looks to her favorite memories of Narragansett, Newport and Westerly when choosing colors and themes. The wood she uses is repurposed, so no two signs are alike.
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!
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.
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.
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!
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.
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!
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.
Lily's Fantastic Jewelry
Lily brings a refreshing and youthful energy to the Field. Lily's Fantastic Jewelry includes a wide assortment of colorful, handmade jewelry. You will find earrings, anklets, necklaces and bracelets in casual and fancy styles! We're so happy that she's back in the Field!
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!
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. ;)
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! :)