Sculpture & Glass


Antoine Birdsong

Faeries from the Swamp by Antoine

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 035

About:

One of a kind, hand sculpted, polymer clay, faeries and enchanted beings.


Sean Brady

Wire People Here

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 108

About:

Wire sculptures in mostly human forms.


Mary Catherman

Mary’s Contemporary Creations

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 058

About:

Fused art glass. Food safe fusible glass is hand cut, fused, slumped and cold worked into functional dishes and wall art.


Cheryl Cenzi

Two Friends Art

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 001

About:

Each piece is an original signed, named and dated. The two dimensional sculptures are made of wood, we add other elements such as acrylic paints, rare woods, glass, wire, metal leaf foils, etc.


Joan Cofield-Bridges

L&J Creations

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 011

About:

We specialize in beautiful hand painted glassware collections featuring: wine glasses, plates, bowls, cake servers, candle holders and more.


John Denis

John Denis

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 006

About:

First I sculpt in clay and plaster. I then hand carve forms from the work. Finally I layer the forms with glass and acrylic by heating and cooling the surface.


Loretta Falk

Buffalo Art Glass

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 008

About:

I design, hand cut and kiln fuse glass ornaments, bowls, cheese plates, and framed pieces using 96 coe art glass and related materials (i, e. stringers, shards, frit, murrini). My work has been described as whimsical and happy.


Robert Fragale

All Forked Up Art

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 038

About:

All my sculptures are made from repurposed stainless steel flatware. I start by selecting out the pieces that conform to the object that I will be creating. From there I cut into shapes, deburr, hand bend, then weld them together. After cleaning off the welds I will give the piece a high luster shin


Ronald Frear

Ronald C Frear

Location: Street#: 09L, Booth#: 108

About:

Glass designed with powdered enamels fused and slumped on hand crafted bases to create decorative and functional pieces of art.


Mark Groaning

Mark Groaning Studio

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 146

About:

I create wall scenes as screens and three dimensional sculptures depicting themed landscapes using steel, glass and paint. Welding to connect metal components.


Elwood Huff

stained glass, Elwood Huff

Location: Street#: 011, Booth#: 001

About:

I use the copper foil technique in the making of my stained glass panels, suncatchers and kaleidoscopes. I use stained and beveled glass,metal piping, repurposed antiques and natural elements in my panels and kaleidoscopes.


Curtis Jenney

Leaves by Jenney

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 062

About:

3 Tier Hand Sculptured fossil-like leaf shaped waterfalls sitting on different height pedestals, made from clay, granite dust ,glass fibers & 2 curatives without any resins, Each leaf signed & dated.


John Kavosick

perfect pleasures

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 041

About:

copper, brass and silverware parts are hand cut, welded or soldered together to form images.The final product is air brushed with car paint. then a poly finish is sprayed on.


Jim Clark And Kim Lucia

Copperman and Woman

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 016

About:

Each piece is hand cut and crafted from our original design using all copper, brazed together, cleaned and hand painted using metal dyes and enamels, clear coated to seal and add shine.


Chrissy Lapham

Chrissy Lapham Hand Blown Glass

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 004

About:

Within a hotshop or glassblowing studio, I use furnace working techniques to create glass. A stainless steel iron is used to gather 2100 degree molten glass. Torches, air, gravity, and wood or metal tools shape the clear glass. Color can be applied. Annealing cools glass slowly to room temperature.


Alan Leising

Alan Leising/Copper Creations

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 097

About:

Sculptures made of Copper,brass and recycled metal. Torch and hand cut, hand painted in vibrant colors.


Don Mccullough

Don McCullough, Pewter Sculptor

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 002

About:

Hand built sculpture in fine lead free pewter one drop at a time using soldering irons to build the sculpture.


Brian Mckee

McKee Ironworks

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 002

About:

Steel and stainless steel sculptures and flat work cad/cnc plasma cut welded or forged .


Syd Milliken

Malabar Glass- Syd Milliken

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 050

About:

fused glass-multiple layers of compatible glasses and inclusions kiln fired to become one. Piece may then be slumped, manipulated, painted with ground glass, precious metals, or mica powders, and/or cold worked and fire polished,


Kimberly Preston

Glass by Kimberly

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 131

About:

Stained glass windows and panels


Michael Radigan

Eileen & Michael Radigan

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 003

About:

We produce fused glass objects using several processes, such as Tapestry, Mosaic, Strip Construction, to produce high quality glass bowls, plates, and sculptures.


William Sampson

Sampson Metal Works

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 028

About:

Unique, rustic metal decor for the home and garden produced by a combination of welding, and plasma cutting.


Elijiah Smith

Esmithglass

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 008

About:

Using a wide variety of glass blowing techniques I create many different unique pieces of art. Creating molten glass into art. I have a wide variety of artists pices from functional to decorative.


Robin Strauss

Glasswork

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 051

About:

Original design, fused glass wall art done using a layering and multiple firing technique


Mary Terziani

Mary Terziani

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 059

About:

My fused glass art includes functional, decorative and garden art pieces that are created by combining hand cut glass, glass powders & frit and enamels. They are kiln fired at controlled temperatures to achieve texture & effect, cold worked and slumped or draped over a form for the desired shape.


Bill Townsend

Bakery Belles – Joan & Bill Townsend

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 012

About:

Handsculpted polymer clay figures. No molds are used. Each is a signed original. Price range $12 to $89 Size range 4″ to 9″ tall. Both wallhanging and standing figures. Each figure represents a different hobby, interest, profession, sport, holiday, occasion or general decor. Custom orders welcome.


Duchoslav Vitek

D&H Vitek

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 044

About:

Sculpture constructed from brass, copper, and mixed metals. Brazed together and accented with oil painting.


Robert Yates

Studio Yates

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 083

About:

Copper Fire Paintings- one of a kind, flame painted copper panels