April 1, 2021
Makers Market Vendors
From fine art to unique hand-crafted goods and objects, the Makers Market will showcase the work of artists and artisans from across the Southeast. Visitors will have the opportunity to interact with the makers and purchase their creations. This location is an open air area and we ask that visitors maintain social distance.
Beautifully Simple Soap: Handcrafted herbal beauty/body products. Check out their products here!
Anton & Maxine: Anton & Maxine is a women’s designer label for timeless handmade classics. The style is chic, edgy and minimalistic. Every garment is an original and handmade. View the website here!
Flavia Lovatelli: Recycled Paper nature inspired spores. I recycle magazines, junk mail and thermal receipts for my spores, I start by making a paper mache` pod to which I glue the quills or coils and thorns. I manipulate the coils into domes or cones for some and make some to include a paper cradle or make them with their own legs to stand on. These are delicate looking, yet very strong small fine art sculptures that take several days to make. Learn more about Flavia here!
Johnboy Pottery: Stoneware pottery that features, honey bees, sea turtles, dragonflies, pineapples, tree of life, hummingbirds and sea shells. All items are dishwasher and food safe. Preview items on his Etsy shop here!
SC Fantasy Fibers: All of her products are handmade in some form or fashion from fiber. Her main venture is hand-dyed yarn, but she also sells hand knit items, hand felted garlands, among other things. Click here to see the Facebook page!
HB Decor Design Studio: Woodworking, engraving and CNC carving on reclaim woods, Ceramic, glass, PVC, Corin, to include home decor, wall plagues, furniture, ornaments, pet fobs, clocks, letters, pineapples, anchors, canvas paintings, wooden earrings, glass vases, outside decor, cutting boards, crosses, floral grapevine wreaths, etc. Click here to see their products!
Uniquely MC: Their love of vintage and repurposed materials inspires these eclectic handbags. Made from upholstery fabric and sturdy interlining, these bags are structural and built using an array of hand tools and sewing machines. They feature straps made from military surplus as well as upcycled belts, and a variety of accents, including patches, bronze rivets, waxed canvas and vintage- inspired fabrics. In addition to their aesthetics, interlining is also used on the products as well as nylon thread stitching for durability. Click here for an overview of products!
Melissa Payne Baker / Art For Every Palette: Melissa’s canvas work ranges from 6″ x 6″ to as large as 60″ x 60″, abstracts in mixed media to acrylic. The work is mostly abstracts, but when she does add a subject it is of florals, landscapes and angels. She also offers a line of hand painted glassware. Click here to see her website!
Stoned Beautiful: Artisan jewelry styles for men and women, statement necklaces, leather bracelets, lots of earring styles, plus bone and leather keychains. Sarah Brown has also been crafting leather handbags and small medicine pouches. View the website here!
Vickie J Bradshaw: Small mixed media sculptures of houses/barns (12″-24″ tall), birds and mini houses (7″-10″ tall) all handmade in my studio from raw materials- wood, encaustic, copper, paperclay. Click here to see her work!
Black Wolf: Ethically sourced and Upcycled handmade wearable art. Earrings, necklaces, ring, candles, body butters and room sprays. Check out their page on Instagram here!
Found & Altered: Art, Jewelry and Home-Decor made from found objects. Visit their Facebook page here for a preview!
Art of Sabrina White: Original drawings and paintings, watercolor and oils along with original art wood burned jewelry, art cards, editions, and originals. Click here to learn more about the artist!
Hex Neon: Artist Danielle James offers neon creations as airplanes and other witty sayings. Learn more about Hex Neon here!
Rural Gal Photography: Products are high quality prints, metal prints, and canvas prints. Subject matter includes animals, nature, and landscape photography. Click here to see her work!
Mother’s Blessings by Farrah Johnson: This vendor offers jewelry from a variety of mineral specimens and gemstones in either copper or silver settings. Some pieces include found objects like old marbles, antique coins and even upcycled costume jewelry from estate sales. Check out Farrah’s items here!
Rock n’ Roots Plant Co: Plants & minerals shop popping up and offering specialty houseplants, succulents, cacti, crystals, and gems. Click here to learn more on their Facebook page!