AUGUSTA – The Kennebec Valley Art Association in partnership with The Marketplace at Augusta are presenting a weekend of fine arts, crafts and more on Saturday, May 2 and Sunday, May 3, 2015. We will be showcasing Maine creatives in the former Coldwater Creek Store (between Dress Barn & Old Navy) at 14 Stephen King Drive in The Marketplace at Augusta from 10am – 4pm each day.
This event is sponsored by The Marketplace at Augusta, and we hear there will be many other special events that weekend in early celebration of Mothers and Mothers Day, including live music, a Zumba-thon, horse and carriage rides, karaoke, and a prize drawing for a shopping spree at the Marketplace at Augusta and more! At the Art, Artisan & Craft Show, we’ll have a prize drawing for five Maine made goods created by some of our participating artists.
Kelli Burnham, Kelli’s Sewing Studio: I will be displaying custom corsets and dresses, including one wedding gown.
Anne E. LeBlanc, Annes Fused Glass: Kiln formed fused glass items
Karen Allen, Allen and Allen Photo and Craft: Nature photos and note cards; nature mandala photos, note cards, bags, cushions for singing bowls or crystals, quilt hangings
Susan Begin, Maine Art: Paintings
Mary Schamling, The Eye of Henna: Henna body art
Jackie Frost, Butting Heads Farm, Goat milk soap and primitives
Kiirsten Adams & Alison Buckley, Maine Made Primitive Decor: Primitive Décor
Carol Mitchell-Cusick, Create With Carol: Paper crafts
Brianna Wing, Photography: I will be displaying photographs printing on canvas, metal, paper etc. Images have a nature/rustic theme.
Jim Decker, Jim Decker Art Work: Paintings
Abby Jordan, Do Re Beads: Handmade jewelry made with sterling silver, swarovski crystals, gemstones, beads
Jlynn Frazier Photography: Jlynn will display and sell a variety of landscape and outdoor photographs captured on adventures in Maine, United States, and abroad.
Sherry Cennamo, SPARKLE PLENTY, Gemstone and leather jewelry, scarf jewelry, bookmarks, keychains, windchimes. These are all made by me and mostly one-of-a-kind.
Mae Billington Contemporary Assemblage Art: Assemblage art, gourd art, jewelry
Gregory Roscoe, Sea Worthy Giclee: Archival prints, photographs
Laurie proctor Lefebvre, Lefebvre’s Art: Displaying paintings, watercolors oils and acrylics
Jeanne Marie Coleman, Photography: Framed & Mat Only Photos; Photo Boxes; Embroidered Pillow Cases; Paracord Bracelets
Gardiner Food Co-op: Locally produced products and locally grown food.
Mary K. Spencer, The Potter’s House: Handmade pottery, stoneware hand painted with floral and nature motifs.
Whitney Gill & Denae Spencer, Alley Cat Studios: Kitchenware, including mugs, tumblers, bowls, pitchers, and tea pots. Whitney also makes wire jewelry with handmade glass or stone beads as well as watercolor paintings
Sonja Fraser: Jewelry
Diane Seiders, Fantasy Glass Designs: Fused glass candleholders, bowls, plates, blown glass necklaces, handmade Lampwork glass beaded silverware, beaded pens, letter openers
Rex Holsapple – Photographer: Silver Gelatin Photographs
Ellen Rhinehart, BeAditudes4U: Handcrafted jewelry
Julie Bernier, Earth Angel Arts: Original mixed media collage paintings with a women’s empowerment theme along with related products.
Sherrie Brann, Out On A Limb Jewelry Design: Handmade necklaces, bracelets, and earrings
Crafts by Debbie Sherman, Fleece lined mittens
Donna Lausier, Fiber Art & Felting
Zoe Yanez, Crafts by Zoe: Hats, miniatures
William & Paula Hutton, Westminster Whimsy: Herbal Dip mix packets and gift sets with herbal dip