Anne Brittenham

Burningbus: Anne & Paul Brittenham

Location: Street#: 09L, Booth#: 100


We create all of our fairy cottages, bird feeders, candle holders, picture frames and other rustic art from reclaimed hardwood. The wood is salvaged from sawmill trimmings and landscape waste. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and is handmade by us in our studio. Some pieces feature wood burned images.

William Bullard

BBowls. Solid wood, hand turned bowls

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 103


solid wood hand turned bowlsalso cutting boards

Kim Cheney

Chatterwalls, LLC

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 090


Digital artistry cut from birchwood on a laser.

Ted Greenfield

Bayside Wood Products, Inc.- Ted Greenfield

Location: Street#: 02, Booth#: 006


All pieces are created from rough domestic and exotic hardwoods using traditional methods and original patterns and designs.

Scott Hanley

Hanley’s Wooden Creations

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 029


Handmade wooden, acrylic, and epoxy cheese boards, cutting boards, games, ice cream scoops, lazy susans, salt/pepper mills, wine accessories, pens, boxes, tables, etc. created from exotic and local hardwoods to create unique masterpieces.

Debi Hitter


Location: Street#: 09L, Booth#: 109


Hand made walking sticks . Woodburned and decorated, finished and ready to walk.

Debra Janik

Designs by Janik

Location: Street#: 05, Booth#: 012


Designs are stack laminated from carefully selected hardwoods, which are then turned, shaped and carved into a variety of unique products. They are then sanded and finished with an assortment of hand rubbed oils.

Abram Johnson

Abram Brown – Abram B. Johnson

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 173


The wood I use to build my furniture is reclaimed from barns built in the 1800’s. I design, assemble and paint the steel pieces for the tables, benches, chairs and shelves. I use old nails for the peg boards.

Bill Kent

Bill and Teri Kent

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 036


using original and modified traditional designs we craft toys from assorted hardwoods that conform to all federal standards and are potential heirlooms

Rob Knoebel

Knoebel Woodcrafters

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 049


I use domestic and exotic woods to create beautiful works of art. I have a wide range of products from small vases to large cutting cutting boards. No made the size of the piece it requires alot of cutting, gluing, sanding, and finishing. It’s to use naturally colored woods in many designs.

David Livingston

David Livingston

Location: Street#: 11, Booth#: 007


Products include a variety of wood decorations, including wall plaques of ducks & geese, lawn displays of herons & frogs, log cabin birdhouses & various bird feeder designs. Throughout our product line we try to incorporate a natural theme, displaying wildlife with an emphasis on local flora/fauna.

Tyler Lucas

Trees To Dreams

Location: Street#: 03, Booth#: 008


Kitchen Utilitarian wood worker specializing in cutting boards, pepper grinders, cheese boards, and highly decorative segmented vases.

Joshua Miller

Oak Crafts, Inc

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 027/029


Handcrafted furniture constructed of oak and cherry with dovetailed drawers and steam bent chairs

Ryan Odegard

Ryan Odegard

Location: Street#: 12, Booth#: 057/059


Exotic & domestic woods are laminated to create unique objects of functional artwork. All artwork is made to withstand the different climates found throughout the world.

Michael Read

Pinehill Woodshop

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 042


Hand crafted wood funiture & 3D carving. We use Pine,Cherry,Oak & Maple. Some item are cut by machine all item put together by hand

Philip Rose

Dragon’s Rose Studio – Phil Rose

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 140


Thought-provoking wood-based art that starts on a lathe but may be embellished with pyrography, dye, fused glass, or other techniques. The artist strives to separate the mechanical requirements from the physical results, inspiring views to not only admire the art but also wonder how it was created.

David Sinquefield

D & B Enterprises

Location: Street#: 09, Booth#: 063/065


I hand make very unique, very durable, and very reasonably priced outdoor furniture with the finest materials available

Dennis Stellmach

College View Crafts

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 025/027


Using premium 3/4″ pine we produce practical and decorative furniture. Using our own distress methods many of our pieces have chic primitive feel. After construction of piece, we paint, hand rub/sand, and stain each piece.

Bill Underwood

Taking Turns

Location: Street#: 06, Booth#: 133


Lathe hand turned bowls from hardwoods Hand colored with ordinary food color Black elements of designs via torches and woodburning tools Many coats of foodsafe finish hand applied create functional art pieces

Roy Wegman

Roy Wegman
, Re-Imagined Re-Creations

Location: Street#: 08, Booth#: 056


I recondition antique barn pulleys to create steampunk style chandeliers I use old barnwood to create unique pieces, i also recondition wood sash style winows and frames