Sculpture & Glass

Louise Barco

Infinity Stained Glass Designs

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 065


I design and create stained glass pieces using the Tiffany method.

Marcy Bates

Marcy Bates – Recycled Reads

Location: Street#: 07, Booth#: 201A


My recycled book art is made by hand using no computer generation; from the design to the actual page folding. I use books from my former used book store and library sales. After creating the design by hand, I transcribe it to the book, then fold pages one at a time into an image or typography.

Antoine Birdsong

Faeries from the Swamp by Antoine

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 035


One of a Kind Hand Sculpted Faeries, Gem Encrusted Dragon Eggs, & Enchanted Beings

Mary Catherman

Mary’s Contemporary Creations

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 058


Fused Art Glass, hand cut, fused, slumped and cold worked into functional, food safe items.

Cheryl Cenzi

Two Friends Art

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 001


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.

Loretta Falk

Buffalo Art Glass – Bridget Falk

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 008


I design, hand cut and kiln fuse ornaments, bowls, cheese plates, coasters, wind chimes and framed pieces using 96 coe sheet glass and incorporate related compatible materials (stringers, shards, frit, murrini).

Amalia Flaisher

Sand and Water Creations in Glass

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 005


Functional art. Fused and slumped glass using forms and recycled glass window, and hand painted with glass enamel to create the design.

Ronald Frear

Siox ltd Ronald Frear

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


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

Mike Grau

Mike Grau / Tazza Glass

Location: Street#: 07, Booth#: 199


My glass is both hand blown and solid formed. The blown glass has a heavy Venetian influence. Symmetry, vibrant colors and craftsmanship can be seen throughout my body of work.

Cate Gundlah

Cate Gundlah Glass

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 138


I am a fused glass artist. I use sheet glass, crushed and powdered glass, glass enamel and handmade glass elements in my glass art. My work is functional and decorative. My bowls and plates are kiln formed in molds. The sun catchers, ornaments, plaques and wind chimes are hanging ready.

Donald Handley

Buffalo Beaver Chainsaw Creations Don Handley

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 023/023A


My sculptures are carved from logs using chainsaws, sanders, gouges, and rasps. Pieces are finished with pyrography, stains/paints, and varnish.

Curtis Jenney

Leaves by Jenney

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 062


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

Brenda Killackey-Jones

Mythological Taxidermy

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 112A


Primary medium is 2 part resin clay that shapes creature bodies and faces. Other media, such as faux fur, glass eyes, cloth mache and various paints used to create creatures of various shapes and sizes. I enjoy finding textures and material combinations that evoke mythical creatures of imagination.

Jim Clark And Kim Lucia

Copperman and Woman

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 016


Hand cut and crafted from our own design using all copper, braze together each piece using all copper brazing rods, cleaned in a vinegar bath, hand painted with metal dyes and enamels and clear coated to seal and add shine.

Rebecca Lafountain

Bex Glass

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 049


Blown and fused glass. Make my own color combinations. Some engraving done with a lathe. Fused glass platers painted with glass paint before firing.

Chrissy Lapham

Chrissy Lapham Hand Blown Glass

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 004


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 and Bonnie LeisingnCopper Creations

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 097


We design and make copper, brass and recycled metal sculptures. They are hand or torch cut. Many are hand painted in vibrant colors.

Ancizar Marin

Art by Ancizar

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 053/055


Original sculpture made of wax and casted in bronze, fiberglass and volcano rock using different techniques. Finished with automotive paints, motorcycle paints and translucent resins.

Mark Matthews

Mark Matthews

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 013A


I create 3D metal sculptures using copper, brass, and other metals colored with heat patina, and other processes.I then protect my work with gloss or satin clear coat.My art is nature inspired, with a variety ranging from individual pieces to major wall pieces

Brian Mckee

Mckee ironworks Brian and Staci Mckee

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 002


Same spot as last year

Ursula Perry

Location: Street#: 09L, Booth#: 101/103


Mobiles and stabiles are hand bent and hand balanced. Made with copper and stainless steel, weather resistant and maintenance free. One of a kind kinetic sculptures and are signed by the artist.

Yvonne Phinney

Yvonne Phinney

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 131


The best way to describe what I do is, sculpting with paper. I use a high quality very dense watercolor paper. I cut, shape, layer and mold the paper into detailed intricate works of art. I specialize in wildlife, but enjoy architecture and other subject matter. Most of my pieces are framed relief s

Jaron Reeser

Jaron Reeser

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 018


Working with copper and bronze I make a cattail windchime sculpture that makes a Beautiful sound with a process called metal spinning bronze is also Inc. into the process along with hand manipulation And patina

Mary Terziani

Mary Terziani Glass

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 059


My fused glass art includes both functional and decorative pieces created with a variety of techniques and glass mediums. My creations include glass flowers on copper stakes and other garden art, framed glass art, sculpture and a variety of functional serving dishes. Each piece is designed by the

Bill Townsend

Bakery Belles – Joan & Bill Townsend

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 012


Handsculpted polymer clay figures.Polymer clay is mixed to decorator colors and sculpted into figures.Each a signed original – no molds are used. Size range 3″-9″. Price range $12-$89. Wallhanging and standing figures. Each represents a different interest, occasion, holiday, sport or profession.

Duchoslav Vitek

D&H Vitek

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 044


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

Joanne Wilson

JoAnne Wilson of JWil Studio

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 041


Whimsical fused glass/watercolor mix media wall art. fused glass/driftwood sculpture. fussed glass statement jewelry

Robert Yates

Studio Yates

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 083A


Copper Fire Paintings, one of a kind copper panels colored only with the heat of a torch, some engraving and hammering