More vendors! Let’s get right to it:
Reyghan Pierce is a Polish Hill resident and recent graduate from CAPA. She’ll be selling multi-media works, drawings, and paintings.
Sarah Jo Antonucci makes glazed tile coasters from beer labels.
Malcolm Gittins paints old-time movie monsters:
Nicole Bloch makes jewelry and home items from reclaimed materials, including bike chain. She’ll also have soaps and other items.
Cyberpunk Apocalypse will be joining us for the first time, bringing a collection of books and ‘zines.
Joe Holtz has been with the festival every year since it started. Joe creates paintings on glass — an old folk tradition, but updated with pop culture references.
Siren Studio is a group of women, each bringing their own unique artwork.
Jabari Mason will be selling his bookmarks (below), as well as prints, original paintings, and much, much more.
Erin, Lindsay, and Jackie will be selling a great selection of vintage clothes and accessories — at “artist-friendly” prices, they say.
Stephanie Neary’s work includes dense freehand patterns on eggs, light switch plates and more.
And finally, Cheryl Sedlock will be doing tarot card readings, and tabling with Healcrest Farms, who will bring herbal products, teas, and pops.
And that’s our fabulous vendor lineup! See you Sunday!