2022 Artists / Vendors
Confirmed as of 9/9/2022
Lisa Pickett (Farmington, GA) – Farmington Herbals is focused on providing handcrafted natural soaps and botanical skincare products which are inspired by our naturally grown herb garden. www.farmingtonherbals.com
Meredyth Howard (Athens, Georgia) – Rockdaughter Designs is a three-woman operation producing whimsical handmade custom crochet and knit items, many from original designs. Meredyth specializes in whimsical designs-make sure to check out her creature hats! https://www.etsy.com/shop/RockdaughterDesign/
Darlene Bink (Jefferson, Georgia) - Handmade jewelry using semi-precious gemstones, crystals, pearls, sterling silver, brass, copper, and wood. Hand-painted abstract acrylic paintings
Carolyn Dalusky (Athens, Georgia) – casual jewelry made from sterling silver, copper, and beads
Theresa Gorman (Watkinsville, Georgia) – Fun and quirky folk art – hand painted on reclaimed wood with a focus on cats, owls and dogs.
Chet and Gail Karwoski (Athens, Georgia) - Gail will have her children's books for sale. Chet makes jewelry from the rare mineral "lazulite". Lazulite is found at a few sites around the world, but the only site that produces pieces big enough to make good-sized cabs for jewelry is Graves Mountain, Georgia. www.gailkarwoski.com
Bronson Lott (Athens, Georgia) - Hand-crafted items made from Leather and other natural materials
Mary Wooten (Hull, Georgia)
Allen Gee (Primrose, Georgia) – Wheel thrown and hand-built pottery; high-fired stoneware that includes local clay and minerals for glazes.
Camren Gober (Athens, Georgia)
Todd McGlaun (Athens, Georgia) – Functional vessels with accents applied with objects found in nature. Muted earth tones with the occasional splash of color.
Sue Lawrence (Athens, Georgia) – Hand built ceramics often using plant impressions and other various textural materials.
Kathy Miller (Athens, Georgia)
Mary Mayes (Athens, Georgia) - Wheel thrown functional pottery made from Georgia-sourced clay and glaze materials.
Caroline Montague (Athens, Georgia) - Fascination with clay began at an early age in the pasture creek, Roanoke, Virginia. In 1965, Caroline received and MFA in ceramics from Instituto Alleuder, Mexico. Now she enjoys throwing high fire porcelain and stoneware pots and formulating glazes for the gas kiln in her Athens studio.
Sandrine Zawacki (Athens, Georgia) - wheel-thrown and decorated pieces.