Featured Artists

Three festivals have been canceled.   Below are artists that would have been at one of our canceled shows.   
We are planning to be back in December 2021.   Until then, support hand made art ... shop often!

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Eye Candy Abstract Art
Eye Candy Abstract Art
Phoenix, AZ
Eye Candy Abstract Art offers a collection of single- and multi-canvas acrylic paintings by emerging Phoenix-based artist Candy Parker.

A self-taught artist initially inspired by the work of French abstract painter John Beckley, Parker is an intuitive artist who specializes in creating colorful abstract works. Since starting her artistic journey in July 2020, Parker has created hundreds of paintings, selling 150+ works to clients both around the Valley and across the United States, including numerous commissions.

Parker’s work continues to evolve, but her love of color remains evident spanning the full breadth of her work to date.
Art By Ashley Lane
Art By Ashley Lane
Phoenix, AZ
Striving to bring focus to the beauty that surrounds us in nature, Phoenix-based artist Ashley Lane intertwines realism and abstraction to capture the spirit of our perfectly imperfect world.
Bello Caramels
Bello Caramels
Queen Creek Arizona
I make handcrafted caramels in 23 different flavors, caramel apples, toffees, nut brittles, handmade marshmallow crispy bars and marshmallow bombs. We stride for a huge variety of flavors and great customer service.
You can find us at the Gilbert Farmers Market every Saturday. We also offer free local East Valley delivery.
Sterling Echoes
Sterling Echoes
Bend, Oregon
My distinctive process uses photography combined with traditional printmaking and metalsmithing techniques to create textural pieces of jewelry that tell a story and hold memories. My multi-step process which includes acid etching, lost wax casting, fabrication, stone setting & handmade chains gives me the opportunity to solidify my memories (or those of my customers) in jewelry; capturing memories of travel, architecture, finger prints and even our pets. Using these traditional metalsmithing techniques; I am able to capture intriguing textures in silver and gold.
Glenn Lewis Photography
Glenn Lewis Photography
Greeley, Colorado
I lived abroad from 2008 to 2015, traveling extensively and taking photos. I returned home in 2015 to roll the dice as a full-time photographer. Since then, I've split my time traveling the country to participate in art shows - it's gone better than I could have dreamed! - and taking photos domestically and abroad. My objective is to create classic, realistic images that stand the test of time. I specialize in large images and panoramas, in sizes up to 6 by 24 feet, and small edition numbers.
L&H Fine Art and Mosaic
L&H Fine Art and Mosaic
Phoenix
I discovered my love of glass many years ago when planning my wedding. In the process of the “registering for gifts” part, I was continually drawn to the beauty of the crystal bowls, candle holders and hand-blown wine glasses. They were elegant, smooth and cool to the touch. It made me feel special. It took me away from my regular life.

As we moved on in our lives, I spent my time working in a structured environment and letting that rule my everyday existence. Dean spent his time sketching, creating and painting. He tried to help me see and appreciate art to no avail.

It was my mother that, unwittingly, brought me back to my love of glass. After she sent me on a journey to find something creative, I started by doing tile mosaics. It was then I started to discover my creative side. I moved from tiles to glass mosaics and then I came across fused glass. Once again, I was brought back to my original love of its elegance and beauty. I was drawn to the structure but also the fluidity. Only this time, I realized I could make it myself. I could pick the colors, the shapes and the patterns.

I decided that functional, contemporary art was the direction I would go. I began creating pieces that could be used on the dinner table, hand washed and then put out on display.

Opening the kiln after the firing of a piece is like that anticipation on Christmas morning. Sometimes it is just as I imagined and sometimes it doesn’t. Either way, the magic of the glass is still there.

I make a point to create unique pieces so people can be assured that almost every piece I make is one of a kind.
worn[BUT NOT]forgotten
worn[BUT NOT]forgotten
Las Vegas, NV
These old-school pieces of sports art are close-up photographs of perfectly folded & arranged vintage team t-shirts. Artfully done with a retro touch, each piece captures sports past and present in a whole new way. Shot in fine detail and brilliant color, this is something different for the fan that has everything. Over 300 images featuring pro and college teams. 11x14, hand-signed, matted prints and 20x30 poster prints for sale. worn[BUT NOT]forgotten is old-school art for die-hard fans.
Jendala
Jendala
Healdsburg, CA
Inspired by my own need to express myself and connect deeply with people I originated my metal art business nearly 20 years ago. At the time I was firefighting in Tucson, AZ and it was thru this profession that I found my passion for fire, its remarkable beauty and power. I began a personal journey by torching meaningful symbols and language gathered from a variety of cultures, creating a meaningful product line. After years of careful refinement, my product line is now seasoned. As a street artist I love that I provide a platform for others to be creative as my customer chooses the words, designs and colors in assembling their unique gratitude.
Softoys.com
Softoys.com
Shelton, WA
Previous Tempe Festival of the Arts Blue Ribbon winner that has been supplying the world’s finest quality soft sculptured baby toys to The Valley of the Sun for 21 years!
karolina Adams
karolina Adams
Chandler
I’m an introvert by nature so drawing has always been my alternative to verbal expression. I’m not a very graceful speaker, my conversations are messy, I run in circles with my idea and trip over my words. Unlike my chaotic mind, my work is clean, minimal and to the point. It allows me to unload my feelings, and work through the thoughts and emotions and tell my stories. Drawing quiets my scrambled mind.
Usually, I do quick sketches in pencil to get the initial raw emotions out. I go through the emotion while creating the piece. I cry with my pieces, I’m joyful with them and everything in-between. Sharing my art publicly at first was a scary thought, as it leaves me vulnerable and exposed. It’s the ME deep down inside on display for everyone to judge. But showing my work and seeing people react with a cry or laugh because they connected to “My” struggles/triumphs, made me realize “My” stories aren’t unique to me as I had always thought. People find themselves in my stories, which shows that we’re all connected on some level which makes us all uniquely the same.
Featherweight Fabric Pottery
Featherweight Fabric Pottery
Oak Park, CA
I make practical, washable and useable bowls and vases from bright and colorful fabric. Most vases come with a glass insert to hold water for fresh flowers. While most vessels are made from quilting fabric, I also use "rescued" and upcycled textiles.
LeightWorks
LeightWorks
San Diego
David Leight received his formal training from the Pilchuck glass school, founded by Dale Chihuly, in 1999. At 18 years old David studied the art of polishing glass and developed a new unique style of chip sculpting glass crystal pieces, and constructing the pieces into three-dimensional brilliant mosaics.
He began showing his work in local galleries and evolving his style and n 2004, David went back to Pilchuck hone his sculpture techniques and make the pieces more detailed and precise. Later that year David was commissioned to construct a detailed replica of the Google logo, five-feet long, out of his crystalline pieces for the co-founders private offices. This commission enabled him to move to San Diego and open up his own studio.
In San Diego, David focused on smaller sculptures/paperweights and began showing them at local art shows. At a one of shows in May 2005, David was asked to transform one of the custom paperweights into a pendant, and that was it! When she put it on, piece just looked “Wow”.
Now in the 16 year David continues with his unique techniques in the creation of the LeightWorks Crystal Jewelry line.
LeightWorks hand-cuts and polishes the crystal and layers inside different blends of precious metals that were developed by NASA for astronaut shields and the space shuttle.
Each piece is like a diamond or opal which enhances the light and color offering a unique style, simple clean elegance, and eye-catching quality to all who wear them.
Enjoy the LeightWorks Experience!
Larry Young Fine Art Photography
Larry Young Fine Art Photography
Saint George, Utah
I specialize in Ocean, Landscape, and Wildlife Photography. I print all images on aluminum. Each image is individually framed in order to give collectors their own unique frame. All frames are hand made using various materials such as old barn wood, wood stains, paint and at times include barbed wire accents. I print all sizes with some of my larger images up to 6'x4'. As an artist, I am humbled at the opportunity to present my art which has moved and inspired many who now own a part of my passion.
Jennifer Lashbrook
Jennifer Lashbrook
Dallas, TX
I am obsessed with color!!! I am intrigued by an over- examination of my subject matter. I want to dissect the image, survey the hues, values, and saturations and leave for the viewer a schematic of the color palette.

I use individually cut paper paint swatches in a collage form to create pixilated images of landscapes, cityscapes, portraits and famous works of art. From a distance, the colors blend to create a photo realistic quality, with the individual ‘pixels’ becoming more distinguishable the closer the viewer moves to the piece. When viewed up close, the meticulous arrangement of the paper is truly impressive, and the volume of colors used to create each palette is visually mesmerizing. When viewed through a cell phone or at a distance, the images become clear and details seem to jump off of the viewing plane displaying Gestalt psychology and how your brain connects the dots (or squares in this case) based on experience. The cell phone acts as a filter, and this unique way to view my art creates a fun and interactive experience for the viewer.

As part of my artistic process, there is something about collecting that I love. The trip to the hardware store, to gather my materials whets the appetite to create. The time I spend organizing and cataloguing the swatches is meditative. The exploration of the subject matter and the scrutiny with which i discern the slightest subtleties of color and tone challenges me. Each small piece of paper with an identifier of its color source, specifically cut to create for the viewer a digital-age impressionistic reference to a paint by number - my adult version of a puzzle.
Bali Prema
Bali Prema
Santa Monica
Hi! I am Jen, founder of Bali Prema, a women’s everyday resort lifestyle brand that empowers women by helping build confidence and solve universal aging challenges of wanting to be comfortable, feel effortlessly beautiful and seen. Boho tropical island styles that are romantic and travel inspired, exotic yet functional, with incredible versatility provide many solutions for women of all ages and sizes, pieces that are perfect for travel and living in all summer. Using indigenous dying processes and the lightest and softest of rayons from Bali, we create these convertible lightweight flowing statement pieces and accessories that help women discover their inner goddess.
Pure Intent Fashion
Pure Intent Fashion
La Habra Heights
After working for Corporate America and running my own printing and graphic finishing business for 25+ years, I followed my heart and passion to the creative side of garment decorating.

I use different dyes and preparations for my garments, I strip color out, add color back in, and layer dyes. I use different fabrics and make up styles in darks and lights to achieve the looks I want. I use a variety of banding styles and techniques. Also, I am focused on over-dyeing – starting with a color and dyeing over it multiple times to get beautiful deep rich colors. I have similar styles in different colors because every garment is personalized since every dye batch is unique.

As for my dye process: my garments are tied with bands or string, soaked in a material to help make the fabric color absorbent. Then I mix a color and do a test to make sure it cures and how much shrinkage I am going to get. I add color by dipping it in the dye, or stripping color out and then adding it back in, or applying it in specific areas. The dye gets 24 hours to cure, then it is un-banded and washed in a solution and rinsed until the water runs clear. Everything I make is hung to dry. the testing process takes me a couple of days, and if I use multiple processes it’s a couple of days for each one. Then I have to re-size the patterns for shrinkage before they are cut & sewn.

I do sew myself, but my time is limited so I make sample patterns small to large & do the re-size for the plus patterns XL to 3X myself. I also sew one of a kind pieces and several of my designs have lace patch inserts incorporated in them, some black, some white and some cotton to change to the color I am dyeing in. Moreover, I make a couple of items that have a screen print on them and I am also working on looking for a new design to print on my patch top. I love Rayon fabric and I can’t find it in prints any more – so I am going to make my-own, stay tuned for that one.

What makes my line different from the rest is my use of colors, the fit and the soft fabrics I use. I am currently making sizes Small to 3X. I am flattered to say my styles appeal to a broad age range and I am still having a pleasure making them!
Nelson / Mr. Nelson's Cookies®
Nelson / Mr. Nelson's Cookies®
Gold Canyon, Arizona 85118
"What Perfection Tastes Like!™" Artisan gourmet chocolate chip cookies -- four types of Ghirardelli professional-grade chocolate, a proprietary Tahitian Vanilla, and each cookie weighs approximately 1/4 pound -- individually wrapped to optimize freshness and food safety -- regular and gluten-free.
Tahoe Fire Glass
Tahoe Fire Glass
South Lake Tahoe, CA
Kiln fired dichroic glass and handcrafted dichroic lamp work beads. Each piece I make with my husband Michael and my son Jason. Each piece is wirewrapped by myself or Michael.
Paintpourium
Paintpourium
Mesa, AZ
As someone who struggles with anxiety and depression, I find that art is one of those things that I can control. I can decide which colors or technique I use. However, art also is a way to free myself up. I see each piece as an experiment, removing any pressure to create something "perfect".

I'm a self-taught artist using acrylic paints to create unique artwork. I use acrylic pouring methods along with traditional painting methods to create one of a kind pieces.
Curliosity Metalworks
Curliosity Metalworks
Scottsdale, Arizona
Heirloom quality Christmas ornaments. All original design of copper and brass, shaped by the artist's hands, (no machines or jigs). All are textured & soldered with precision, polished and clear-coated to preserve their shine for generations.
KenarovART
KenarovART
Santa Fe
MIRO'S ART

Visit www.KenarovART.com to see different art collections of Miro Kenarov's acrylic paintings on canvas. They vary in sizes and subject matter. The original paintings listed on the website are available for direct purchase online. All of them, including the paintings already sold are available, as limited and open editions on paper or canvas. Contact us by email if you have any questions or need additional information at info@KenarovART.com.
Carla Funk Designs
Carla Funk Designs
Encinitas, CA
Creating in clay is a passion which allows me to expressed many feelings into images. These original sculptures and 2 to 3 dimensional slab shadowboxes contain inspirational wording, hearts, whimsical characters and other images. I love embellishing the clay surface with many objects found from nature, commercial stamps, costume jewelry, and ceramic stamps that I create. Each design is unique made to bring beauty, inspiration, and a sense of identity with the spirit of the peace created. I feel a connection with each work in process. The viewer has their personal experience with my work. Handmade art possesses a certain soul that springs from the fingertips of the creator, and makes a connection with the viewer. When I begin with the clay in my hands and image emerges, and I begin shaping the clay. It is as if this pliable medium is alive and guides me as if we are partners. Whether the end result resembles the first idea I had, it is always a surprising and satisfying journey. I have been making art since early childhood, and with many admirers, I continue my passion.
Carolina's Chocolate
Carolina's Chocolate
Mesa
Carolina’s Chocolate is my creation, chocolate with a Southwest flavor and derived from memories cooking with my grandmother. For instance, Spicy Sonoran is the quintessential cup of hot Mexican Cocoa in a chocolate bite.
%64 cocoa with cinnamon and cayenne pepper, finish like a hot cup of chocolate. Jalisco Jalapeno is truly my memory of Carolina’s rice pudding, flavors of cream, butter, cinnamon with a hint of jalapeno.
There are 6 flavors all depicted by a family members. Each is unique due to the variety of chili used and depth of cocoa.
Suzanne Spaulding Glass Art
Suzanne Spaulding Glass Art
Scottsdale
Hello everyone, so looking forward to seeing your smiling faces in person in the fall, but in the meantime... I hope you'll visit me at the various sites below, and contact me if you have any questions. Stay well, and see you soon.
Lila Clare Jewelry
Lila Clare Jewelry
TUCSON
Jewelry artist Clare Johnston of Lila Clare Jewelry handmakes sterling silver and gemstone
jewelry that interprets nature in graceful and elegant forms.
Alucik
Alucik
Yucca Valley
Creative team Daniel Davis and Claudia Bueno developed this line of acid-etched stainless steel jewelry plated in gold and silver. Inspired by nature and a lifetime of travel, their allusive designs invoke and inspire. Designs are lightweight and strong. Each item custom packaged ready for travel, mail, or gifting.
Gedion Nyanhongo Sculpture
Gedion Nyanhongo Sculpture
Phoenix, AZ
My sculptures are a tribute to enduring life values in enduring stone; I communicate some of life’s softest, most cherished concepts in some of world’s most hardest of materials. I release the spirit inside the stone.”
Candiss Cole Designs
Candiss Cole Designs
Sedona, Arizona
My husband and I create unique limited edition and one of a kind fabrics, then cut and sew women’s tops, jackets and dresses in sizes petite through xxxl. We pride ourselves on great customer service and look forward to seeing you this fall!
Mimi Leiper Glass Art
Mimi Leiper Glass Art
Phoenix
I am a fused glass artist specializig in advanced sfused glass techniques including combed pieces, strip construction, pot melts, pressed glass, coral made with glass powder and tapestry pieces. These pieces include both functional pieces such as plates, bowls and trays and also art pieces in stands or suitable to hang. The pieces on stands will also include hangers to hang them on the wall.

I love the colors of glass and the way the light plays with the glass to provide beautiful art for any home. I am constantly learning new techniques and expanding the art that I am making.

Many of the techniques that I use produce art not seen often as it requires specialize equipment and training. I love what I do and I hope that my customers love it as much as I do!
Carla Funk Designs
Carla Funk Designs
Encinitas
Carla Stephenson-Funk………………Artist Statement
Creating in clay is a passion which allows me to express many feelings into images. These original sculptures and 2-3 dimensional slab shadow boxes contain inspirational wording, hearts, whimsical characters and other images. I embellish the clay surface with many objects found from nature, commercial stamps, costume jewelry, and ceramic stamps I make myself. Each design is unique, made to bring beauty, inspiration, and a sense of identity with the spirit of the piece created. I feel a connection with each work in process. The viewer has their personal experience with my work.
Handmade art possesses a certain soul that springs from the fingertips of the creator, and makes a connection with the viewer. When I begin with the clay in my hands; an image emerges, and I begin shaping the clay. It is as if this pliable medium is alive and guides me as if we are partners. Whether the end result resembles the first idea I had, it is always a surprising and satisfying journey. I have been making art since early childhood; and with much enthusiasm and pleasure, I continue my passion. I have done commission pieces as early as my teens; and I also teach art to children and adults.
Artfully Yours, Carla www.ArtTilesbyCarla.com
Got All Your Marbles?
Got All Your Marbles?
Tucson, Arizona
Our original designs, all lost wax cast and finished in our Tucson Studio. Three distinct lines, sterling silver, fine silver plate, and our Luxe line which is vermeil and also sterling with crystals set in the bands of the rings. All work is interchangeable and comes with a selection of marbles, precious and semi precious gems offered additionally. We are a husband & wife team and have been making and selling our patented tension mechanisms for 25 years!
Studio Rynkiewicz
Studio Rynkiewicz
Everett, WA
Color drives my design. All of my work is colorful multilayer blown glass art - vases, bowls, garden decorations. Some of the pieces are hand carved and polished and/or sandblasted.
Cas Jewelry Designs
Cas Jewelry Designs
Somers, MT
My designer jewelry is created of Precious Metals and Stones, with occasional incorporation of Sea Glass, Fossil Ivory, and my own alloys such as Shibuichi & Mokume Gane. I use typical metal smithing tools & processes such as sawing, grinding, soldering & Polishing mostly by hand as it allows the true color distinction of the metals to show. I use tools such as rolling mills, bezel pushers to set stones, and a buffer and grinder to finish my pieces.
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Essential Addictions
Essential Addictions
Valley Center, CA
Our selection of handmade bath and body products only use real ingredients that you can understand and pronounce. Originating from our founder’s need to craft safe, natural, and healthy products for her family, every Essential Addictions item is made to meet the highest standards.
Every product is thoughtfully made by hand, so you can enjoy the feeling of healthy, nurturing self-care items, from shea butter to bath bombs. We use carefully chosen ingredients and pour our care and enthusiasm for natural bath, body, and beauty into each batch.
Our products stem from a desire to take our health, effect on the environment, and exposure to industrial ingredients into our own hands. After empowering ourselves, we’ve worked to bring better choices to you and yours since 1994.
Chaos in Color
Chaos in Color
Chandler, AZ
Chaos in Color, where the cats are alive and the people are not. Indie Art that celebrates our brief time on earth.
#CatArt #SkeletonArt #MementoMori
Dawning Art
Dawning Art
Mesa az
I’m a mixed media crafter, I play with all kinds of art and ideas. Most of my paintings have many many layers of all types of paints and other mediums.
Robert Shields Creations
Robert Shields Creations
Clarkdale, AZ
Each piece is designed, created and hand painted my me in my beautiful studio in the mountains of Northern Arizona. I offer free shipping on my website, and each piece can be personalized if so desired.
Please check out the videos on my website, for I had an extensive career in show business for 48 years. Shields and Yarnell were on literally thousands of national TV shows. We won Emmys, Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year awards, and I have been credited for creating "The Robot." I was the first street mime in San Francisco. Painting, sculpting and designing have always been closest to my heart.
AMY LEINER DESIGNS
AMY LEINER DESIGNS
Ridgway, Colorado
The process starts at Lavendula Farm along the Connecticut countryside with our beloved sheep, Kazoo, Violet, Vanilla and Bianca and our Llama, Mrs. Gingah and Mr. Mateo. These beauties are rescues. Their fleece becomes the fiber for my scarves. These animals certainly pay it forward.
After the sheep are sheared, the fleece is carded, washed and oftentimes , dyed into a myriad of luscious colors. A luxurious blend of hand spun yarn along with found trims and recycled sari silk, are coordinated. Volume and texture is added by braiding, chaining and stacking yarns creating a symphony of extraordinary color. Continuing to spin these artistic yarns, I often dye them creating saturated color ways from audacious brights to warm neutrals. After the fleece is spun , vintage trims and metallic threads are woven in. Many times I will also incorporate natural feathers. adding movement, color and softness--continuing the color story. Finishing wrapping all the dreads with a 3-4" suede wrap. Color, texture shape, sparkle, layers--every found thread, tulle, suede, silk and feather is used. The juxtaposition of these elements create the structure of my aesthetic. I obsessively play with these elements as a fiber design artist making unexpected, over-decorated, art-to-wear statement pieces. I explore how placement effects movement and I am continually fascinated
with the limitlessness of artistic possibilities.
Sacred Spaces & Other Places
Sacred Spaces & Other Places
Centennial, CO
I use photography as a way to document the world around me, both near and far, on my road trip excursions. Often I feel as though I’m a 21st century archeologist, seeking remnants of America’s relatively recent past. The world I grew up in no longer exists and I’m attempting to come to terms with the one I live in through my photography.

My work has progressed since then, in terms of subject matter and more recently I’ve begun to focus my attention on mid-20th century Americana: rusty old automobiles, "roadside attractions" and abandoned or dilapidated buildings. With the advent of digital photography I have been able to experiment and see ideas develop in ways that were not possible, for me, within the traditional darkroom. It has also allowed me to return to the use of color as a design element.

I make images of things that are often overlooked by the casual observation of others. My explorations of the back roads allows for a more intimate engagement with the countryside then if I were blasting down the highway at 75 mph. I have to slow my mind down and observe more carefully. I wander around in fields, in salvage yards, around and behind old buildings. My goal is to draw viewers into personal reflection, emotional connections, nostalgic memories and shared experiences.
Robert Marble Artwork
Robert Marble Artwork
Newport Beach, CA
Humor is around us everyday, in good times and bad. It is what pulls us through embarrassing moments and helps us
through sadness. Humor can make us cry, make us yell, roll our eyes and shake our head. It is a full service emotion . . . for any age. This is what I try to bring forth in my paintings. So, I invite you to take a walk with me through my website to see if there is someone you might know, a time you might remember, or a reason to roll your eyes.
All The Best,

Robert Marble
P.S. Can you find the red bird in every image?
Coyote Country Seasonings
Coyote Country Seasonings
Pinetop, AZ
Gourmet seasonings for Soups, Dips, Chili and more!
Tracy Foltz/Zinnia Sky Studio
Tracy Foltz/Zinnia Sky Studio
Tucson, AZ
Located in the amazing and beautiful desert on the western edge of Tucson, AZ, I’m a transplanted Midwesterner totally and deeply in love with the Sonoran Desert. I’ve always created art, but my husband and I restructured our lives so that art can now create our lives. I create bright, fun and simple paintings inspired by life outside. Using birds, flowers, plants, landscape features and all things from nature, I use my paintbrush to add an extra pop of color and a bit of humor to make walls and people happy. I work primarily in watercolor but in vivid saturation perfectly complemented by black ink to further release the colors.
Retuned Jewelry
Retuned Jewelry
Frederick, CO
Because of the various alloys used to make guitar strings, they are difficult to recycle. Over 700 tons end up in the dump every year. We hand make our jewelry from repurposed, used guitar strings. We work with music shops and musicians to collect strings that would have otherwise been thrown away.
CurtnerArt
CurtnerArt
Cathedral City
Word Collage Artist Richard Curtner
Richard Curtner's artwork writes epic poetry within the visual. For the past two decades, California artist Curtner has created unique artwork for thousands of clients across the country, blending his artistic talents with his passion for the written word. His word collages are created by combining hundreds of cutouts of written text all pertaining to a particular theme. He scours through hundreds of highest quality magazines searching for colors, words, and phrases. Every detail in the collage is an individual cut out. Nothing is painted on or manipulated with a computer. Everything is cut out by hand with an X-Acto knife, glued together carefully, and then varnished. The end result is a distinctive form of artwork in which you can see something different every time you look at it.
David Mosier
David Mosier
Surprise, AZ
I hand cut my copper blades, form each by hand to shape into a compound curve, then I artistically position each blade onto a hand forged, stainless steel framework. My KINETIC WIND SCULPTURES are curvilinear parallelograms appearing to shrink & expand at slower speeds & pulsate at higher speeds. The verdigris on each blade of my sculptures are "perfectly imperfect" which is the beauty of working with copper. My sculptures are truly mesmerizing as they counter rotate in their respective orbits.
Twisted Beeswax Candles
Twisted Beeswax Candles
Peoria
We hand twist and decorate 100% Beeswax Taper Sculptures. Ea candle is hand cut, twisted and decorated. We use and old European Method of Candle making that is very rare to find in the United States, due to the labor intensive time involved to produce each piece. We decorate and paint with beeswax seasonal designs and themes from Holidays, to seasonal.
Water+Ink Studios
Water+Ink Studios
Santa Clarita
My art today isn't what it always has been. When I began teaching myself watercolors, I devoured every book I could find. Books on light, shadow, people, texture, as well as what other artists were doing with various techniques and styles. I set out on a path exploring realism as a style. I found that I enjoyed doing animals and flowers, especially flowers. I became very adept with the style but didn't feel like my work had a voice.

It was at this time that my life was experiencing some turmoil and I completely lost the ability to focus on those details. My husband was sick and I was losing my house.

One day, I needed my art, my anxiety and frustration were through the roof. I threw water on my paper and then dropped pigment into the pool and watched it blossom. As it did this, it also rolled across the paper in a stream, running into other colors along the way. Merging and melting into one another. It ended up being an abstract piece (pictured to the right)

Bits and shapes of color then turned into suggestions of images like the turtle in the adjacent column. Eventually what started out as a place of anger, frustration and anxiety evolved into a happy and whimsical style that sometimes tip toes over into the downright silly.
Bernadette's Handmade Jewelry
Bernadette's Handmade Jewelry
Bozeman, Montana
Bernadette's Handmade Jewelry is designed and fabricated by Artist, Hunter, Gardener, and Beekeeper, Alison B. Sweeney in her hometown of Bozeman Montana. Much of her inspiration comes from travels abroad. A piece might be inspired by the architecture of a thousand year old mosque in Turkey, or an Art Nouveau building in Prague, or a silver temple in Chiang Mai. She uses some semi precious stones, carefully sourced, but leans toward incorporating Czechoslovakian glass cabochons made before the press molding technique died out in WW2. Every piece has a history and a story to tell. She creates new heirlooms that embody the tradition of hand craftsmanship over many generations. A sentiment rendered more sacred because of its rarity in our mass-produced world.
One Dream Design
One Dream Design
Palm Springs
Wheel thrown and sculpturally organic Ceramics
meg harper art
meg harper art
Mesa
Meg harper paints with a fun stylized brush stroke branding her animals and landscapes as "Contemporary Western Impressionism." Her canvases are repurposed signs, corrugated tin, cabinets and more. Her colors and images are uplifting and for the young at heart!
Jewelry for the Soul
Jewelry for the Soul
Phoenix, Arizona
I have been a silversmith for 19 years...Time flies!! My work is contemporary, thoughtful and positive! Custom work is always welcome.
SERGEANT PEPPER / Senor Campos Salsa
SERGEANT PEPPER / Senor Campos Salsa
Buckeye, AZ 85396
I a U.S. Army service disables combat veteran who served in the Vietnam War and published author of "Charlie Doesn't Live Here Anymore" and sixteen books.. I am own Senor Campos Salsa and sell Premium restaurant style salsa, hot sauce, spices and tortilla chips. My books are available on amazon.com / stephen paul campos
Lee Hendrickson/Photography of Crystals
Lee Hendrickson/Photography of Crystals
Goodyear, AZ
Art and science allow us an opportunity to experience the joy of exploration and discovery. By combining these two disciplines, my new and imaginative art form allows artist and viewer alike to explore the microscopic world of crystals.

My background as both a research scientist and my degree in biomedical photography has led me to develop specialized techniques for growing, then photographing crystals through the microscope. Magnified thousands of times the infinite crystalline patterns that result are both fragile and transient, but capable of creating brilliant rainbows of color as the illuminating white light is refracted through their facets.

My images create a subconscious and highly personal connection with their fractal beauty, enlightening our inner creative artist through the joy of their discovery.
Art Creations by Carly
Art Creations by Carly
Surprise, Arizona
Art Creations by Carly features a variety of pieces of art. A specialty area includes glass cascades in a variety of translucent colors and a range of sizes.
Light transmits throughout the glass to create a cascade of colors. The glass is vitrofused to temperatures as high as 1400 degrees and then at the desired point the melting is stopped by the artist and allowed to slowly cool. Light penetrates and moves through the sculpture and exits by being refracted by tiny bubbles in the glass to fill your environment with delightful colorful rays of light.
Daisy G's
Daisy G's
Buckeye
Daisy G's offers handcrafted soap, lotion and skincare products made in Buckeye, Arizona. All of our products are designed with our dry desert environment in mind so our soaps will clean without drying, our lotions will leave skin soft and moisturized, and our deodorants really work in the hot Arizona summers. Our ingredients are selected to be safe, effective and as natural as possible.
Don Schimmel Photography
Don Schimmel Photography
Orange, California
Award Winning Western and Landscape Photography:
Hand Printed, Signed and Numbered Limited Edition photos, matted, framed; but most imagery produced in my studio on high gloss aluminum for a very contemporary look! The aluminum are printed on sizes from 8x10-30x40 specialized sheets. The digital image is printed onto a transfer paper and then with the use of a heat press, the paper is pressed onto the surface of the aluminum sheet at 400 degrees. The inks are transferred onto a special poly-based coating in the form of a gas. The image is then FUSED INTO the metal for a long-lasting, archival footprint.
The Gourmet Potter
The Gourmet Potter
Angels Camp, CA
I have been a professional potter since 1978. My work is all functional and is primarily used for preparing and serving food. I Hand-Throw each piece on the potters wheel. My clay body is a combination of porcelain and stoneware which is very durable. After the pot is dry I glaze it in one of 5 different formulas that have been developed over the years. Some of my work is decorated with my Hand-Painted motifs. Other pots are glazed in solid art glazes that stand alone. After glazing, the piece is fired to 2200f in my kilns. After the pot is cooled I sand the base and stamp my name with “Handmade in the USA”. Next my work gets packaged and is ready to travel to my next art show. I sell each piece individually or as a 6 pc. Set in a gift box. I call my set The Party Set which consists of: Dip Chiller/Warmer, 16” Platter, Wine Chiller, Napkin Holder and serving plates. My other food preparing items are the Egg Cooker, Bacon Cooker and butter keeper. My work sells for $30 - $100.Each piece is sold in a gift box with instructions and a handle attached. I have been blessed to do what I love for a living for over 40 years. My line has evolved to combine form and function making my work extremely popular. I sell at the top Art Fairs throughout the country and have thousands of loyal customers.
Thank You,

Patrick Tutt
Martin Trailer Fine Art Photography
Martin Trailer Fine Art Photography
San Diego, California
Original photography with a vintage look and feel.
Inky Binky Bonky
Inky Binky Bonky
Mesa AZ
I design/create award winning childrens clothing for 25 years. My canvas is blank/plain white clothing. I First HAND DYE in a washing machine and HAND BLOCK PRINT each piece individually using linoleum/wood/foam cuts that are etched by hand using my own ORIGINAL designs. I embellish w/some free hand techniques, brushes to insure that each piece is a one of a kind work of art. I also upcycle/repurpose clothing that is landfill bound using anything that I can to give a new life to thru recycling
Art by Udy
Art by Udy
Tucson, AZ
I emphasize the female form to evoke feelings of fantasy and evoke contemplation, revelation, or solace. My work is primarily in oils, but I also have used watercolors and alcohol ink. I see my art as suggesting affirmation and harmony. The canvases evoke the mystery of an ephemeral moment. I have drawn inspiration from Alphonse Mucha, Gustav Klimt and other artists who celebrate the female form and the eternal mystery it evokes. My work searches for beauty in settings that present women at peace, in thought, and with hope.
Dave Dilli
Dave Dilli
PHOENIX
Dave's photographic journey began when he saw the magic of a photograph emerge from a darkroom print while he was a photographer in high school. Since then he has experimented with his photographic style, which has evolved to a unique perspective on the beauty of the American Southwest. Dave strives to capture the essence of what he felt when the image was taken, from the softness of a sunset to the drama of a desert monsoon storm.
Artistic Beadwear
Artistic Beadwear
San Tan Valley AZ
Carolyn Henderson
Artistic Beadwear
Artist Information Statement

I have been creating colorful, fun-to-wear jewelry since 1986 when I established
Artistic Beadwear. Participating in art shows made me realize how much people enjoy buying jewelry that is unique and individual – things that aren't in every department store. I love to work with color and texture and my colorful pieces bring joy to those that see it. Anodized aluminum is my favorite metal to work with. It is strong, durable, versatile & light! These combined characteristics of aluminum make it an ideal medium for me as an artist. Aluminum is lighter than steel, copper & brass. It is corrosion resistant, highly reflective, non-toxic & can be readily recycled. Aluminum is made even more practical & attractive with the anodizing process. Anodizing is an electro-chemical process which strengthens aluminum while allowing the integration of color into the metal substrate resulting in a more lustrous & decorative finish. The possibilities are endless for colorful fun creations I envision! Enjoy!
The High Thai
The High Thai
San Diego, CA
Fun, Funky, and Free-Flowing clothing for All!
Mike Dwyer Sculptures
Mike Dwyer Sculptures
Loveland, Colorado
Living in Loveland, Colorado has enabled Mike to learn the fine art bronze casting process. Mike is now involved completing each new wildlife bronze or bronze door knocker from pouring the wax from the rubber mold to completing the bronze metal chasing and patina.
Mike's works in bronze can be found at fine art shows, select Colorado galleries and his web site.
Miss K Studio
Miss K Studio
Phoenix, AZ
We are here to empower our community 1 artist at a time! Your one-stop shop for all things small. This studio has been my dream since I was in high school spending my evenings with my face in a book and her heart in the clouds. This boutique is to highlight local + global emerging artists, making it easier for consumers to shop smart and support small. We are focused on artists + community. Open mic nights. Game nights. Study days/nights (how does a 24/7 quiet place with coffee/tea/water and free wifi sound?). Galleries. Library. Education. Mentorship programs. Amphitheaters + live concerts. Community meals.
What are your dreams? What do you want to build? Let's do it!
Let's build our community, our people, + our world up. It's time.
#CuratedWithLove
Viz Art Ink
Viz Art Ink
Kingston, Idaho
Hand drawn artwork with hidden pictures and words creating each theme. Average piece takes about 40-80 hours to create and the more you look the more you find.
www.arleekasselman.com
www.arleekasselman.com
SCOTTSDALE
Since establishing her jewelry design and manufacturing business in 1996, Scottsdale, Arizona designer Arlee Kasselman has been dedicated to creating designs that inspire women to ‘own their uniqueness.’ Through the perfection of handcrafted signature metal works of contemporary design, Arlee’s creations portray distinctive beauty that is both timeless and meaningful.

Drawing inspiration from the shapes found in ancient and contemporary architecture, Arlee’s passion is working with geometrics that inspire her to ‘draw outside the lines.’ Bringing together artistry and authenticity each handcrafted design is often referred to as a miniature work of art. Her distinctive collections convey meanings that celebrate the art of self-expression; more than jewelry, an individual connection to the design.

Using fine silver (.980), 22K gold vermeil and fine gemstones demonstrates Arlee’s devotion to creating quality work. Her decision not to automate her process is her commitment to maintain the integrity of jewelry as art. All designs are proudly handcrafted in America.
Sweet & Saucy
Sweet & Saucy
Rio Rancho, NM
Delicious buttery Caramel sauces, rich decadent Chocolate sauces and unique savory delicious mustard sauces.