Mixed Media and Other

Natalie Alleyne

Natalie Alleyne

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 026


My recent body of work is mixed media, utilizing wood, canvas or paper as a base, intermixed with collage (hand made and other papers) and acrylic paint. In addition, there is a continuation of works on wood intermixed with collage, metal and nails.

William Bentley

Bill Bentley & Christin Bentley

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 014


Hardwood cutting boards, hand turned rolling pins,ceramics, stoneware pottery, horse hair pottery

Isaac Bidwell

Pickled Punks

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 010


I create artwork based on folklore, cryptozoology,and sideshow culture.

Richard Birkett

Fantasy Clocks by Richard Birkett

Location: Street#: tbd, Booth#: tbd


Fantasy Clocks have a painted wood base and are embellished with dozens of interesting collage items, music boxes, pictures and slides,and discarded but still charming bits and pieces of the post-industrial age. They keep perfect time with a high-quality quartz movement.

Andrea Boccacino

Andrea Boccacino

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 163


Food, places & celebrations inspire my palette, which is bold color. The base is resin and I use a freeform technique at the inception with some refining when the concept is realized. Layering, physical manipulation & the addition of jewelry, pigments, ink, encaustic enhance the final piece.

Karen Bonomo

Karen Bonomo Studios

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 154


I remember spending relentless hours exploring media. Not having formal training in painting, I studied the masters and their techniques, cultivating my skills and pushing media to its breaking point.Yet, I continued to view my work with dissatisfaction. However, knowing that creating is my purpo

Mary Ann Borden


Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 023


I cut dichroic glass and fuse it in my kiln. I combine it with metal frames, wire, and sometimes beads to create one of a kind creations.

Jennifer Born

PS Enjoy Your Life

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 014


I use acrylic paint on wood, with sharpies and various recycled papers to create whimsical, childlike, happy art.

Keisha Bowden

Alexalina Boutique

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 022


Alexalina Boutique makes beautiful & unique tutu dresses,tutus, hair bows,headbands,hair clips, wands, hats & more…

Vicki Brouk

Vicki Brouk

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 02A


I carve my own linoleum blocks and use themTo print on dresses, cardigans, tops, and tunics.

Julie Collier

Bows and Bands by JC- Julie Collier

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 011


Handmade hairbows, headbands, cheer bows & girls accessories. I use various materials including ribbon, vinyl,rhinestones, bottlecaps and glitter to create my products

David Coon

David Coon

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 035


Original artwork by David Coon, hand-screened on garments.

Lorraine Cummings

Lorraine’s Concrete Leaves

Location: Street#: 04, Booth#: 015


Cast leaves over sand,apply dyed concrete to them to make birdbaths.Make toadstools out of dyed concrete.

Sherry Davis

Sherry D Davis

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 026


watercolor, fabric, rice paper,acrylics

Ruth Diamond

Ruth Coates Diamond

Location: Street#: 07, Booth#: 211


I create faerie lights using old bottles and handmade lampshades and wind chimes out of anything old and unusual I can get my hands on (my husband disappears when I am creating),in addition to my own photographs.

Gabriela Diaz Capt


Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 082


“The Dudes” Pant-Planters are made out of recycled/used kids clothes and shoes. The legs are made with wood, each one cut in the shape and the size of that particular “dude”. They come with a plant of your choice. They make you smile and are quite the conversation piece. Absolutely whimsical!

Nick Duvall

Duvall Leatherwork

Location: Street#: 09L, Booth#: 118


Duvall Leatherwork is an artisan based company specializing in handmade leather goods.

Jim Flood

Jim Flood/Bovano

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 035


Metal wall sculptures crafted with welded steel, brass, copper and glass enamels. The glass enameled elements are handmade by sifting glass powders onto copper shapes then fusing at 1600 deg. After firing, I weld the glass enamels into the steel frame.

Nancy Fobert

Nancy & Gary Fobert

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 001


The canvases for our art pieces are rare historical metal ceiling tiles from the late 1800s & early 1900s“ the tiles are hand glazed then cut, sculpted, layered and designed into contemporary pieces of wall art. The histories of where the ceiling tiles began their journeys are noted on the back.

Linda Fox

Books Reborn

Location: Street#: 07, Booth#: 212


I take gently used hard-covered books and, using folded book techniques, transform them into works of art. Each book is recovered using appropriate paper and embellished with ribbon, corners and other items.

Chris Galin

Creative Images – Arnold & Chris Galin

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 012


My husband and I create realistic and abstract photographs, that are reproduced on tile, metal, glass, wood, porcelain, fabric. We create functional items, trivets, coasters, cutting boards, mugs, ornaments, key hangers, as well as wall hangings and decorative pieces from our original photographs.

Carrie George

Carrie George Leather

Location: Street#: 011, Booth#: 004


I’ve been making leather purses, clutches, wallets, and earrings for a decade. My accessories are made from start tofinish in Rochester, NY in my studio. I design each pattern, cut the leather and hand or machine sew each piece,using 100% Spanish, Latigo, or Oak Tanned leather.

Jennifer Greatbatch

Hands & Paws Cookies & Treats inc

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 046


All natural gourmet pet cookies and treat made all natural human grade ingredients. Collars and leashes, pet bandannas, cat nip toys embroidered towels and bite me toys are some of the other products we offer. I hand make all items from scratch.

Michele Hacic

Moonlight Garden Floral Designs

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 115


Handmade Halloween Art, sewn cotton muslin figures, wooden cabinets witchy and assortment of halloween florals ,wreath ,boots, hats

Alexandros Hatzigiannidis

Gods N Gladiators

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 026


Hand Screen Printed original art by artist. Work is created to celebrate life and all work is designed and printed in house no 3rd parties involved.

Christopher Hempel

Creative Copper Wire

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 106


Copper wire and glass are hand crafted to create garden items which include bird baths and sun catchers

Rachelle Hendler

Provence Tableware-Rachelle Hendler

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 020


Stain resistant, low maintenance French fabric is used by me to create decorative tablecloths of all sizes.

Karl Henschel

Karl Henschel

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 161


Handturned pens made from exotic woods, acrylics and antler.

Marietta Hojczyk

Doggie Stylz

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 009


I make dog collars, leashes, sweaters and accessories by sewing various fabrics, crocheting with yarn and various types of hardware.

Adam Host

Gary E. Host

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 043/045


I only work with domestic made iron. I use both traditional and original art in my work. Processes I use are forging, saw cut, hand bending, hand twisting and grinding. Also use MIG and TIG welding processes. I finish most of my pieces with a flat black powder coating for years of durability.

Alonzo Hubbard

Art By Al Hubbard

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 111


clay, wood, copper, acrylic, resin, mastic

Debbie Jablonski

Exotic Lucky Bamboo arrangements Debbie Jablonski

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 034


Exotic Lucky Bamboo arrangements utilizing natural materials that are layered in unusual clear vases to match the customers decor. Booth is decorated in bamboo theme- bamboo sidewalls & tablecovers. Bamboo trees overhead. Very eye catching!

Robin Jaeckel

Henna Rising

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 044/046


Henna Rising specializes in both Contemporary and traditional henna. All work is done freehand. We make our paste fresh using all natural ingredients. Henna Powder, Essential oils , water and lemon. We price our henna to be enjoyed by all starting at $5.00 and up to $100.

Linda Johansen

Pawsitively Prrfect

Location: Street#: 07, Booth#: 203A/205


My Mom and I started our business in 2005 making all natural dog treats. It has evolved into us now making numerous other products. Our best seller is our bandannas with buckles. We have a huge customer base in Rochester and hope to show in Corn Hill again this year!

Gail Johnson

GAil’s Art

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 022


The materials used to complete my artwork are soft pastels and paper.

Chris Jones

Historic Houseparts

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 005/007


Historic Houseparts repurposes antique items, giving them a new life. Our collection includes home decor made of old windows, jewelry and garden accessories made of antique flatware, and burlap items made of coffee bean sacks. We also produce our own line of soaps and lotions for our bath shop.

Linda Kays-Biviano


Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 068


Hand sculptured artist characters made from polymer clay, fabrics and antique items. Gnomes, Leprechauns,Fairies,&Steam Punk Characters

Caitlin Kelce

Firefly Henna

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 072


Henna Body Art – Natural dye drawn in intricate patterns to create a temporary tattoo.

Ann Lamb

The Princess Party

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 071


Sewing tulle, hot glue

Dave Leathersich

Madaket Bay Engraving

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 001


Madaket Bay Engraving creates custom engraved stones and bricks from one-time-use computer generated stencils. They are then hand sandblasted and painted with monument quality paint.

Peter Lysionek

Marie Lysionek

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 119


One of a kind windchimes and functional art made from fifty to hundred year old silverplated flatware and other silverplate items, winecups,coffeepots,and teapots. The metal is cleaned,bent,drilled,hand hammered,burnished and twisted to create the finished piece. The metal is manipulated with common

Raymond Mancini Ii

Artistic Collage by Raymond Mancini

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 043


My Original Art Collages are -Mixed Media Arts ( using my Paintings ,Drawing, Photographs, Abstract, Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor)My Collage’s repertoire includes mixed media art, which depict iconic locales throughout the world

Holly Mathis

Aunt Mary’s Marvelous Creations

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 004


I make quilts. I like to say that it is a old tradition with a new flare. I make queen size as well as baby. I make skull quilts as well as biker quilts and then traditional nine patch. I love fabric and to share my designs and inspiration on quilts is a dream come true. I want my quilts to be used

Cloud Mccleod

BC Clayworks

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 013


Pit fired sculptural clay vessel flutes, hand sculpted/precision tuned. Fire painted clay wall art, framed and mounted. Encaustic prints of digital art on wood.

Pam Mead

The Beachomber, Pam Mead

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 009


I collect beach glass, stones, driftwood, shells,etc, and combine them with picture frames, slate, tiles, and metal plaques to create “coastal” home decor. I use glue, paint, ribbons and my own watercolor backgrounds to produce framed pictures, ornaments, driftwood sculptures, and wall hangings.

Chris Oaks

Twin Oaks Hammocks

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 008/010


Hammocks and Hanging Chairs made from home-milled Virginia white oak wood and home-spun olefin fiber rope. Wood is sawn, dried, planed, moulded, cut, shaped, drilled, bevelled, sanded and finished. Yarn is spun into rope on our giant rope twister, then woven in ancient “Sprang” technique.

Anna Overmoyer

Anna’s Sketch Studio – Anna Overmoyer

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 009


I Illustrate with watercolor and ink. And I create sculptures- often integrating wire, paper, polymer clay, acrylic paint, fiber and found objects. Alongside the original dimensional artwork, I sell staged photographs of my characters in action. The two techniques are unified by theme and style.

Kristiana Parn

Kristiana Parn Art & Illustration

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 020


I mainly work with acrylic, graphite pencil and paper collage on found and recycled wood panels.

John Paul

Fuzzy Ink

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 099


Our t-shirts are all individually hand printed using our manual screen printer. Each design is original and begins as a sketch and is then scanned into a computer where it is manipulated into a print ready file. Each layer is then burned onto a screen where it become a separate color for the design.

Sebastian Perel

The Coaster Mill

Location: Street#: 011, Booth#: 018


My primary product consists of coasters bearing vintage black and white photographs of the local area. I restore these photographs until they are of a very high quality, then sublimate the image onto a specially coated masonite square to create a high-gloss coaster.

Cindy Pinyard

C.I.N. Scarves & Slides
, Cindy & Mike Pinyard

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 013/015


We make all of our scarfs($8 – $24 sold separately) and have designed 2 holders. Hand-formed Ceramic Slides for thin scarfs. Ceramic & Repurposed Wraps for large scarfs instead of knots. Our Wrap findings are our design.

Wendy Pound

Pebble Portraits – Wendy Pound

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 143


Pebble Portraits is unique art made created from natural pebbles, driftwood and seaglass. Materials are used in their natural state, adhered with a special glue and matted in acid free double matting and framed in a classy clean frame!

Robin Ring

Robyn’s Garden

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 025/027


Adorable iron garden art that spins and turns in the wind. Mostly animals )hummingbirds, owls, vulture, etc) that stand 4 – 5 feet tall.

Patrick Sadler

Sadler Garden Collections

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 011


The materials I use are PVC and wood.I create garden products such as planters, lawn signs, birdhouses and feeders, lanterns, mailbox posts, and a flower/herb tower with routers,a deburring tool,a drum sander, bandsaw,drills, and saws

Michael Sage

Sage Designs

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 035


We have developed a proprietary process to dissolve the skin from real tree leaves. We use the leaves in 3-D shadow boxes, Acrylic coasters and a small line of Resin Jewelry.

Jill Schiller

Jes Designz

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 021


Original pen & ink geometric designs, hand drawn with gel pen, executed as paintings, drawings, pendants, bracelets, coasters, etc. Also hand embroidered blankets, table runners, stockings, and more using the Swedish weaving embroidery technique.

Patricia Schmitt


Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 034



Todd Schultz

Unique Spice Wreaths

Location: Street#: 09L, Booth#: 116


Our unique handcrafted spice wreaths are made with the freshest and highest quality whole spices from around the world: including Star Anise from (Japan & Vietnam), Cinnamon from (Sri Lanka), Nutmeg from (Indonesia), Ginger from (India), Bay Leaves from the (Mediterranean) and Sweet Gum Pods from (T

Kevin Serwacki

Blue Toucan Studios – Fairy Doors

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 073


Our fairy doors use traditional wood working techniques without wood. We use Komatex,acrylic paint, poured resins, and other materials to create our original designs for inside or outside display.Fairy Doors range in size from 4 to 11 inches. Priced between $12 and $120.

Meghan Shaw

Ella Rae Bowtique

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 085


Handmade hair accessories, tutus , tutu dresses , and clips holders , some materials that I use for my tutu dresses are tulle , Satin ribbon , bling . And Handmade flowers. Depending on the size it can take up to two and a half hours just to make one dress .

Kevin Sprague

the Hippie Chicken

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 028


Cigar box guitars. primitive, functional musical instruments crafted from recycled material and found objects. Information on playing is also provided. This year I have added original cartoon prints and t-shirts inspired by Grateful Dead culture.

James Staples

Jim’s Bonsai

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 024/026


bonsai and lucky bamboo and accessories

Nicole Stedman


Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 060


I have utilized a pointillism inspired technique to create work that is unique to my point of view. I apply this technique to various media including repurpose matierials and traditional canvas panels. A large part of my work this year has been around the subject matter of birds.

Eric Sturtevant

Eric Sturtevant Illustrations

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


Watercolor/ink/colored pencil original children’s illustrations hand painted on Arches Aquarelle cold press paper.

Caroline Tauxe

Caroline Tauxe, EAR CANDY

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 096


By collaging fabric onto both sides of sheets of archival-quality watercolor paper using layers of transparent acrylic polymer medium, I create a durable, flexible, weather-proof, and lightweight material. Shapes are hand-cut, edges colored, and additional decorative materials added.

Erin Unz

The Hair Jeweler Inc.

Location: Street#: 04, Booth#: 016


I make functional, comfortable and beautiful hair accessories for women. The body of my work includes hand bent stainless steel wire combs featuring hand strung beaded elastic. I make them in 4 sizes for fine-thick hair. I also hand cut, sew and singe fabric flower headwraps, hairbands and clips.

William Valavanis

William N. Valavanis

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 118


Bonsai art, artistically trained dwarf potted trees.

Heather Whitney


Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 068


I am a professional artist and muralist and have been working at my style for over 20 years. The artwork combines a variety of techniques that I have studied over the course of years working with clients and whatever interested me at the time.For the small illustrations and paintings, I have studie

Lori Wilkinson

Lori Wilkinson-The Oak Guy & Mosaic Lady

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 005


Mosaics are created with stained glass,tiles,beads,mirror,handcut vintage dishware. Pieces are cut 1 at a time and then adhered to surface in design,allowed to dry 24hrs. Mosaic is grouted and then buffed twice to reveal the design. Then after 24 more hrs it is sealed for protection.

Kim Wisotzke

Out of Mind / Kim Wisotzke

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 034


Whimsically painted wood items. Using acrylics,latex paint and poly acrylics

Mark Witul

Mark Witul

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 015/017


Rusty metal crafts

Eugen Zah

Zah Crystal Files

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 098


We specialize in painting and decorating motifs on crystal files. Paint of choice is Pebeo Vitrea, acrylic for glass. Artwork is cured and heat treated, thus becoming permanent.

Peggy Zorn

Diapers By The Dozen

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 053


A variety of baby items. Adjustable waterproof diaper covers and wet bags made out of PUL material w/cotton inserts. Bibs made out of terry cloth. Cotton woven baby blankets. Fleece and flannel blankets. Fleece swaddle wraps.Silicone beads and pendants for teething.Pacifier holders made of ribbon