Here’s the final vendor preview — it’s a long one! First, here’s Bobbi Williams and Chris Tucker (Above, center and right, at the 2011 arts festival). Bobbi and Chris will be selling their inspirational hand-painted t-shirts.
Kevin Graham has been selling his surreal paintings at the festival for a few years. See more of Kevin’s work in his Etsy shop.
Aubrey Halliburton and Kazzy Zeinemann will be selling terrariums and other items. Aubrey and Kazzy are two of the many Polish Hill residents participating in the festival.
Frank and Sarah Cunniff are also Polish Hill residents. Their independent comics company Atomic Samaritan. released it’s first book, “a brush with fame, a brush with death” last year.
David Trenga hand-paints wood cigar boxes to create a unique place for keepsakes.
Joe Holtz has shown at the arts festival every year since it began (here he is at the 2012 festival). He’s also exhibited his unique paintings on glass around Pittsburgh.
The most affordable artwork in the festival: Nils Hanczar will be doing his 25 Cent Caricatures. See more of his work here.
Jason Barkley is another returning artist. His work includes paintings and drawings in ink and watercolor.
Reyghan Pierce is another Polish Hill resident, a returning vendor, an accomplished artist — and she’s still in her teens. Check out more of her work here.
Adam Waddell makes ceramic objects, jewelry, and other objects inspired by and incorporating natural materials. Here are his ceramic sea urchin sculptures. See more of Adam’s work in his Etsy shop, or on his website.
Melissa and Lew of Whimsical Wonders are returning vendors and will be bringing their jewelry, windchimes, and other items made from silverware and other re-purposed items. Check out their website to see more of their work!
A couple other vendors didn’t get images to us — if we get those, we’ll add them here. To see more — much more — please join us on Sunday!