Field of Artisans
SATURDAY, June 15th
214 Salt Pond Road
South Kingstown, RI
There will be a different mix every Saturday all summer long. Don’t miss this unique mix!
A super fun array of enamel pins, stickers, and other accessories all designed and illustrated by Nicky in her studio on the West End of Providence. With a focus on animal lovers, party people, mischief makers and everything in between, an emotional connection is guaranteed when shopping her work.
Christine creates beautiful, hand built contemporary ceramics. She pays close attention to detail and uses multiple techniques such as screen printing, hand painting and embossing when adding decoration to her sophisticated forms. Her pieces can stand alone but with her distinct style, they can also be paired to create beautiful sets.
Finding inspiration in personal talisman and world travel, Carrie creates special adornment from recycled silver. With detailed cutouts and a hint of mystique, these special, one of a kind amulets provide us with feelings of protection, magic and power.
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. Aaron designed the Field of Artisans mermaid image that you’ve been seeing in this summer’s promotion. We love his artistic intuition!
Taking inspiration from classic techniques and aesthetics, Dave creates birdhouses, wooden gifts and furniture, for the deck, garden and home. Each item is designed and handcrafted by him in his Rhode Island home studio. His work offers a quality finishing touch to any home.
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. Every market, she has a new product, she is an extremely innovative and thorough maker.
Kelly is a self taught metalsmith & all of her jewelry is hand forged using traditional metalsmithing techniques! Her jewelry incorporates sterling silver, fine silver, natural stones, locally harvested sea glass, freshwater pearls and so much more! She has an eye for selecting super unique turquoise, quartz etc that sometimes resemble aerial landscapes, abstract paintings and starry skies. Pairing each stone with a setting that highlights its beauty, each piece is totally one of a kind.
Local beekeeper, Kate creates beauty and home products using ingredients from her hives. She makes lip balm, healing wound cream, scrubs and more. She's added a bee themed accessory line including hats, totes and waxed cloth to preserve fruits/veggies. 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 taken by her photographer and daughter Sarah Hummel.
Through collaboration, Maggie and Alla create glowing, one of a kind lamps. Maggie hand builds and throws ceramic bases, while Alla pieces together glass and seashells to make a lampshade to pair with the one of a kind base. These lamps are truly unique and will light up your home while also highlighting the natural beauty in seashells. Maggie will also be offering some separate ceramic pieces for the home.
A lover and teacher of art, Heather has created a jewelry line that is funky and full of fun. She uses real leather, vegan leather and hardware such as washers to create unique and wearable patterns and geometric shapes. Her pieces are intricate in shape yet universal when it comes to the color palette. Great day to day jewelry!
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 bright colored vintage bike covered in flowers or parked outside a beach. Her photos of peonies and other flowers are vibrant! We want to enter every beach photo and feel the warm salty breeze beaming through the print. Tracey sells her photos in prints, greeting cards etc.
Kelly creates hand bound Journals out of beautiful antique papers and leathers. This is a perfect gift for newlyweds, new parents, or a friend who writes. You’ll find blank paged, lined journals and also journals that are catered towards beer/wine lovers. She also makes preservation boxes to store your journal or precious item! Kelly also restores antique books! Have a family heirloom that needs a little love? Bring it by for a quote and insight from Kelly!
Linda and Carla carefully piece together little magical homes for garden fairies and gnomes. Using vintage teacups, planters, and other whimsical vessels, they plant succulents and other low maintenance greenery and then build doors, fences and walkways using natural and recycled materials. They’ll also be offering DIY kits for fellow friends of the fairies.
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.
At first glance, you see a stylish bracelet that can be worn with any outfit. But Liz creates these accessories to go beyond style. They are cycle and pregnancy tracking bracelets and made to aid one in tracking the weeks, months, and trimesters of pregnancy. Made with earth-friendly açai seeds and movable sterling silver charms, these bracelets are made to fit any size wrist. Each bracelet comes thoughtfully wrapped and includes a tracking guide that Liz created herself.
With a strong ocean influence, Christine creates small pieces working with fused glass. Her offering includes sun catchers, pendants, ornaments and other decorative pieces for the home. You’ll see her inspiration in the images and natural pieces that she incorporates, like driftwood or sea glass. Her process is lengthy, starting from handout glass, fusing in the kiln, adjusting times and temperatures and then finishing off with wire wrapping and soldering.
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. Browsing her offering opens minds to alternative self care.
Bill is a painter with a wide range of aesthetics including, landscape and abstract. He primarily works with acrylics and lately has been painting more abstractly with a focus on optical illusions and puzzled paintings. He’ll be offering these original mesmerizing pieces in magnet form and commission. Bill also makes his own frames which really completes the piece with his touch and ready to hang.
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. Along with vintage characters, she also creates using some relevant faces of today. She also works with images of butterflies and butterfly wings! Amy has also been creating collages that facilitate conversation about a variety of topics. She’ll be selling originals and prints.
Crystal hand paints and screen prints words, sayings and images that are inspired by the Rhode Island lifestyle, nursing career and seasonal holidays onto tees, tanks and other apparel. She designs the graphics and prints right in her home. Super relatable and sure to give some a chuckle.
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!
A bohemian and gilded nature collection designed by Katrina (also the founder of Field of Artisans). Katrina hand paints repurposed leather and sews it together with feathers from cruelty free farms, creating headbands, earrings, bracelets and more. She also is a prop/event designer with an organic, natural aesthetic that has touch of glamour and gold. She’ll be selling home decor props and seasonal centerpieces.
Field of Artisans canvas totes will be for sale at this market (limited quantities). This bag is a great size for shoppers and artists alike. The illustration was designed by Field of Artisans vendor, Aaron Powers. He will be selling his work with Field of Artisans on June 15th.
Find different artist vendors every Saturday starting June 8th through August 31st. 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! :)