Visual Artists

The CenterFest 2019 Visual Artist Application has now closed. We are delighted to welcome the following artists to exhibit at CenterFest!


CENTERFEST 2019 EXHIBITING ARTISTS:

Wendy Allen of Durham, NC makes hand-felted Merino wool hats and other accessories using professional millinery techniques. All designs are vintage and fantasy inspired.

NC Artist

Tracy Anderson of Norfolk, VA paints with acrylics to create abstract backgrounds, color and texture to help portray animal personalities and celebrate what makes each animal unique.

Gary Baird of Carolina Shores, NC is a photographer who looks for the art in nature waiting to be discovered. Many of his images are of birds in all their glory.

NC Artist

Amy Barnard of Raleigh, NC makes handbags and accessories using cruelty-free, eco-friendly materials, such as recycled vinyl, washable paper, or South American textiles.

NC Artist

Sean Barry of Atlanta, GA is inspired by modern gallery art as well as street art to create works that explore themes of pop and counterculture by using a variety of techniques such as transfers, transfers, serigraph, collage, stencil and paints.

Bob Batura of Raleigh, NC makes contemporary wood furniture and accent pieces that are often constructed from locally-grown or salvaged hardwoods, burls, and figured woods.

NC Artist

Paula Baumann of Apex, NC creates vessels from cotton cord, paper yarn & wire. The vessels are stitched then hand-dyed using natural materials such as turmeric, Himalayan rhubarb, indigo or pomegranate. Recycled buttons and hand dyed yarns are added to embellish each piece.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Baskets For Everything & More!
  • Media: Fiber
  • Booth: A24

Suzanne Bellows of Valrico, FL creates art-to-wear jewelry from her hand painted fabrics and found objects.

  • Business Name: Blue Palms Fiber Art
  • Media: Jewelry
  • Booth: B21

Veronica and David Bennett of Meadows of Dan, VA are a team specializing in lamp-working, kiln forming, and casting their own glass. They construct their sculptures by soldering and welding glass with semiprecious stones, fossils, and historical objects.

Hallie Bertling of Greenville, SC creates a fairy tale feet series using vibrant gouache and ink that allow the viewer to step into the stories for themselves and reflect on what it might be like in another’s adventure.

  • Business Name: halthegal
  • Media: Painting
  • Booth: C16

Mark Bickett of Raleigh, NC hand crafts flutes starting from a block of wood. He uses high quality sound woods such as sepele, sitka spruce, and aromatic cedar, and then tunes each flute meticulously.

NC Artist

Vivian Blanco of Cary, NC takes silver and 14K gold and uses a 3D bent wire technique to create Unpredictable Jewlery.

NC Artist

Angela Bond of Decatur, GA works freehand with acrylics and various acrylic mediums on canvas to visually deconstruct a reference image while using large plains of bold color as an independent structural element.

  • Business Name: Angela Bond
  • Media: Painting
  • Booth: B20

Tracy Booth of Floyd, VA paints in oils and acrylics using brush, painting knife and pouring techniques to create continuity in two mediums in use of color and texture.

Richard Borden and Patricia Disantis of East Haddam, CT create silk scarves with water marbling. Acrylic paints are floated upon a liquid medium, manipulated into design with stylus and comb, and captured instantly upon habotai silk. The artists conduct demonstrations in their booth, and encourage show patrons to participate in the creation.

Rae Brown and Julie Rogers of Ayden, NC use mid-range white stoneware to handcraft functional pottery with distinctive, dynamic coloring achieved by using a unique firing schedule.

NC Artist

Theresa Brown of Franklinton, NC designs, sews and creates hand painted and ecoprinted wearable art and accessories in silk and wool.

NC Artist

Jean Brylowe of Carthage, NC creates abstract pieces using enamels, acrylics, oil sticks, palette knives, rollers and various texture tools.

NC Artist

  • Media: Painting
  • Booth: A14

John Buchanan of Amherst, VA uses fine domestic hardwoods, with traditional joinery to make functional objects to enhance the user’s everyday life.

Lynn Burcher of Hillsborough, NC creates whimsical, nature-themed jewelry by using glass beads and combining them with enamel and fused glass components.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Lily Glass
  • Media: Jewelry
  • Booth: A31

Kit Burke-Smith of Beacon, NY creates jewelry inspired by everyday shapes and textures in the world around her, including shadows, sand, feathers, and leaves. Materials used are silver, 18k gold, neoprene rubber, and the occasional Peruvian opal and Tahitian pearl.  

Brandie Butcher of Norfolk, VA uses vintage images of people and places them on layers of ephemera, acrylic paint, inks and mediums to achieve a creative style with textured backgrounds.

Terri Cadman and Martha Cummins of New Market, TN hand-carve, shape, and turn wood to create sculptures and functional art that is inspired by nature.

Alessandro Cagiati of New Bern, NC creates detailed, wheel-thrown functional pieces with hand-pulled handles applied in an unusual style. All pieces are functional and finished with hand-brushed glazes.

NC Artist

Natasha Caine of Wilmington, NC creates Victorian and Postmodern Victorian styled metal collages using vintage and antique parts and a lost wax technique.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Empire Jewelry
  • Media: Mixed Media
  • Booth: A13

Dan Campbell of Morrisville, NC emphasizes texture in his artwork by using acrylics mixed with various gels for differing weights and a slow-drying medium with the acrylics to increase their blending ability.

NC Artist

Alysa Cantor of Cary, NC loves to experiment with texture, layered glazes and various types of decals to create unique, wheel-thrown stoneware pieces.

NC Artist

Adair Carroll of Durham, NC creates digital artwork inspired by music and fashion from the 80’s and 90’s.

NC Artist

  • Media: Digital
  • Booth: D05

Candy Carver of Durham, NC creates bold, abstract, acrylic paintings depicting the human form.

NC Artist

Nell Chandler of Hillsborough, NC creates sterling silver jewelry embellished with precious and semi-precious stones, other metals and mixed media including enamel, polyshrink or resin.

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Randy Chapman of Fuquay-Varina, NC bends, twists, cuts and welds scrap metal to create miscellaneous figures such as characters and careers resulting in welded metal art.

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Kevin Chen of Cary, NC uses brushes freely with ink and colors extracted from natural material to paint on silk and handmade rice paper and applies lines, dots, outlines and gradation of shades to express the essence of connection to nature’s harmony and beauty.

NC Artist

  • Media: Painting
  • Booth: C64

Garry Childs of Rougemont, NC creates wheel thrown, Terra Cotta pottery finished with glazes and carvings.

NC Artist

Pui-Lan Cockman of Asheboro, NC works with ink and bamboo brushes on watercolor paper to create one-of-a-kind watercolor paintings.

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Sarah Cole of Asheville, NC produces beautiful adornments that unveil the connection between the beauty of symmetry, the natural world and the human spirit.

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Tiffany Coley of Durham, NC creates work inspired by textures, movement, and shapes. Her work is created primarily in sterling silver, using traditional metalsmithing techniques and often use one-of-a-kind stones that inspire her.

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Joe Cordaro of Wilmington, NC produces entirely hand-drawn digital artwork using a pressure sensitive stylus and tablet connected to a Mac and creates prints on high resolution, resin coated luster paper.

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Sonya Coulson Rook and Jackey Rook of Raleigh, NC create rustic, organic and whimsical jewelry with pieces that run the gamut of everything from easy-to-wear everyday to one-of-a-kind wearable dioramas.

NC Artists

Kristen Dahms of Williamsburg, VA layers watercolor, paper collage and ink to create mixed media compositions with intricate texture, patterns, words, and hidden images.

Arlene Daniel of Winston Salem, NC works in oils on various surfaces to achieve the feeling of light and atmosphere in landscapes and other subject matter.

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Kathleen Dautel of Raleigh, NC combines passions in architecture and metal-smithing to create modern jewelry in steel. Forms are both architecturally based and drawn from nature.

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Julia Dressler of Clarksville, VA creates artistic “Americana” photography depicting life in the mid 1900s, featuring vintage vehicles, country stores, filling stations & fragments of life during that time period.

Ashley Enders of Angier, NC makes handmade, one-of-a-kind products using irresistible fabric combinations, crafted from original patterns.

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Lorie and David English of New Bern, NC are a husband and wife team who upcycle various items into handbags, guitars, electric kazoos and instrument cases using materials such as antique feed sacks, cigar boxes and license plates.

NC Artists

David Epps of Asheville, NC captures visions foreseen in dreams and travels using long exposures and darkroom edit techniques.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: David Epps
  • Media: Photography
  • Booth: C48

Randie Felts of Clarksville, VA creates handwoven apparel, accessories and garments using natural fibers such as rayon, silk, alpaca/silk blend and cotton.

Kim Fraser of Chapel Hill, NC works with sumptuous materials of millinery to create hats and headpieces that are steamed, blocked and stitched all by hand.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Hatnip
  • Media: Fiber
  • Booth: B18

Brian and Tracy Frerichs of Forked River, NJ are a husband and wife team creating unique pieces of wall art, geometric shelves, frames and furniture pieces out of reclaimed wood. The duo collects all wood local sources, then de-nails and sands the wood to be re-imagined as new art.

Chip Freund of Raleigh, NC is a digital landscape and nature photographer who seeks to engage the viewer with images that capture a moment and evoke emotion.

NC Artist

Amy Friend of Wendell, NC depicts the desire for balance and the dichotomy of life in her work through illustrations of birds using graphite and acrylic on wood.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Amy Friend
  • Media: Mixed Media
  • Booth: C02

Bruce and Christine Green of Micanopy, FL fire paintings in glaze, digitally deconstruct them, and then repaint them on the computer in preparation to be vapor transferred onto layers of metal or glass.

Maggie Grier of Irondale, AL paints layers using oil paint on canvas to create ethereal landscapes. She uses metal leafing instead of frames on the edges.

Luis Enrique Gutierrez of Wake Forest, NC creates fine ceramic sculptures that are a blend of the artist’s Nicoyan Indian Heritage with his contemporary innovations.

NC Artist

  • Media: Sculpture
  • Booth: B32

Eric Hanan of Graham, NC hand carves abstract sculptures using end grain and crotch vessels featuring shell and mineral inlays.

NC Artist

Morgan Harris of High Point, NC creates spectacular crystalline vases in various colors and forms with one-of-a-kind crystal formations.

NC Artist

Erin Hathaway of Holly Springs, NC utilizes a wide variety of material, patterns and designs to create handwoven chainmaille jewelry and accessories

NC Artist

Delores Hayes of Durham, NC creates wheel thrown decorative and functional ceramics using different techniques to provide texture and layers.

NC Artist

Lynn Hedgecock of Cary, NC hand stitches jewelry utilizing seed beads, crystals, gemstones and metals. A variety of bead weaving and bead embroidery techniques are used.

NC Artist

Kelvin Henderson of Suitland, MD uses acrylic paints in bold primary colors to create abstract musical or landscaped themed paintings.

Ian Herdell of Durham, NC creates furniture and wall art from unusual solid wood using traditional and modern tools and techniques.

NC Artist

James and Meredith Hill of Richmond, VA hand-print screen prints of their own illustrations and photographs. Their inks are mixed by hand creating unique colors for each print, and are environmentally friendly and water based.

  • Business Name: Lightbox
  • Media: Printmaking
  • Booth: B34

Chris Hobe of Braselton, GA utilizes acrylic and spray paint on handcrafted framed wood panels to create iconic imagery used that reflects historical pop culture mixed in with current pop culture trends.

  • Business Name: ART REVOLTS
  • Media: Painting
  • Booth: C34

Lorri Honeycutt of Austin, TX captures whimsical and humorous macro photography created by posing miniature figurines in clever settings.

Doreen Jakob of Durham, NC makes ceramics that combine her passion for clay and textiles. She uses textiles as well as other post-consumer products to create unique textures and impressions on clay.

NC Artist

Jenni James of Durham, NC uses classic and unique designs to make bold statement pieces for everyday wear.

NC Artist

Devin Johnson of Northfield, MN is committed to using 100% reclaimed materials and hand-forged findings to create jewelry for men and women.

Kimberly Kearney of Raleigh, NC creates hand-woven beaded jewelry composed of glass seed beads, crystals and pearls. Components are woven together in patterned or free-formed styles.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Wild Woman Jewels
  • Media: Jewelry
  • Booth: C14

Jinsong Kim of Seagrove, NC produces hand-thrown vessels that are cutout, carved or hand-painted with multiple glazes applied.

NC Artist

Richard Kolb of Louisville, KY crafts stempunk/industrial inspired sculptures out of genuinely recycled scrap engine and transmission parts including planetary gears, connecting rods and transmission chains.

  • Business Name: Engine-New-Ity
  • Media: Metal
  • Booth: B28-30

Susan Kopkind of Cary, NC sculpts coiled fabric bowls by applying different Batik fabrics to cotton clothesline and then coiling the bowls using a zig-zag stitch on the sewing machine.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Su-Di Designs
  • Media: Fiber
  • Booth: C04

Curtis Krueger of Wilmington, NC takes photographs with exposures ranging from 30 seconds to 3 hours to produce color printed photos using archival digital techniques.

NC Artist

Eduardo Lapetina of Chapel Hill, NC creates colorful abstract paintings with interesting textures and surfaces.

NC Artist

Matthew Leavell of Foster, VA makes works made of painted steel, often using salvaged and upcycled components, creating colorful, whimsical, and unique pieces suitable for permanent indoor or outdoor display.

Eric Leland is an illustrator and printmaker from Baltimore, MD, and views his work as artful ephemera. He uses a wide variety of techniques to produce his playfully illustrated paper goods.

Allan Leon of Morrisville, NC creates artwork by cutting adhesive vinyl into irregular shapes then paste them down to create a composition of different stylistic themes.

NC Artist

Andria Linn of Durham, NC paints bright, vibrant paintings using acrylic paint and mediums on canvas.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Andria Linn
  • Media: Painting
  • Booth: A19

Tara Locklear of Raleigh, NC is inspired by social culture materials and uses recycled skateboards because of their unique graphic and color quality to produce jewelry.

NC Artist

Suzanne Love of Raleigh, NC cuts, sands, shapes, and cleans copper shapes, then sifts powdered glass on the surface and fires the piece in a kiln. This starts a multi-step, experimental, process of layering and firing multiple times to obtain the depth and separation of color.

NC Artist

Lauren and Henry Lovejoy of Wendell, NC create nature-inspired glass mosaics by using recycled materials such as hand-cut and broken stained glass, broken wine and beer bottles, sea glass, vintage window sashes and handmade barn wood framing.

NC Artists

Melissa Lowery, of Zebulon, NC, makes handmade copper and brass jewelry oxidized using various patina techniques to achieve unique colors and designs. Organic materials such as wood chips, leaves, salt, vinegar and water are used to create patina formulas and techniques.

NC Artist

Judi Magier of Greensboro, NC custom prints original collage art onto natural fabrics to create colorful, functional products.

NC Artist

Andre Maiwald of East Greenville, PA creates one-of-a-kind handmade unique birdhouses, figure and wood work from natural local wood.

Lara Maples and Erin Whittaker of Carolina Beach, NC recycle leftover fabric from projects completed at boat shops to create durable, weather-resistant bags.

NC Artists

Roberta Marasca of Hillsborough, NC utilizes techniques of chasing, fusing, and forging to set unusual stones and objects in silver, gold, and copper.

NC Artist

Richard McCollum of Bryn Athyn, PA creates wooden kitchenware using cherry and other wood designs that are free form cut on a band saw, drilled, and drum sanded, then finished with bees wax and mineral oil. Both right and left hand utensils are available.

Sunny McGowan of Greenville, SC creates intricately carved relief prints by taking multiple hand-pulled linocuts printed in acrylic on unryu paper and collaging and mounting them to birch panel, which creates unique, repetitive patterns.

Marc Mehrotra of Durham, NC hand-crafts high quality cutting boards made from walnut, oak, cherry and maple that you will want to proudly display on your kitchen counter and never hide in the cabinet.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Labyrinth Woodworks
  • Media: Wood
  • Booth: A40

Bob Mewkill and Chuck Crabb of Wake Forest, NC make hand-crafted cutting boards, trivets and other products. Their wood is sourced rough cut planed smooth and arranged. Once joined, it undergoes a 5-step sanding process then finished with their own blend of beeswax and mineral oil providing a smooth, natural, non-toxic and water-resistant finish.

NC Artists

  • Business Name: B&C Boards
  • Media: Wood
  • Booth: C17

Scott Meyer of Pittsboro, NC creates art boxes and storage vessels using exotic and domestic sustainable hardwood while incorporating metals, glass and resins to compliment the wood.

NC Artist

William Moore of Burlington, NC studies the animal anatomy of the selected creature prior to carving the shape with traditional tools including chisels, gouges, knives and mallets.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Myra Moore
  • Media: Wood
  • Booth: C12

Ashley Mortenson of Greensboro, NC cleans reclaimed fence wood and restores the patina with “ironed vinegar” and tea. The wood is then cut into “canvases”, a pastel ground is applied, and then painted with pastel to create colorful images.

NC Artist

Cecelia Murray of Durham, NC prints linoleum block images on textiles including flour sack towels, cloth napkins, cocktail napkins, handmade tote bags and aprons.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: SeaSaw
  • Media: Printmaking
  • Booth: C10

Karin Neuvirth of Durham, NC uses a palette knife to create textured, expressionistic works inspired by simple scenes in nature that reflect on the beauty of the wonderful planet we all share.

NC Artist

Debbie Noiseux of West Norriton, PA hand fabricates a variety of jewelry using traditional techniques working with gold and silver and semi precious stones.

  • Business Name: dn metalsmith/jeweler
  • Media: Jewelry
  • Booth: B01

Sug O’Shen of Cary NC, uses vials of ocean water from adventurers and travelers around the globe to mix directly with the inks in the paintings. Each piece is identified by GPS coordinates of the water’s origin.

NC Artist

Adrienne Oates of Asheville, NC embraces landscapes by creating watercolor paintings of local scenery. These paintings are sometimes placed onto Adrienne’s handmade ceramics.

NC Artist

Julie Olson of Durham, NC incorporates media such as stained glass, metal-smithing, and lamp-working into her clay works.

NC Artist

Martha Paris of Chapel Hill, NC works with silver that she cuts, shapes, and polishes for design, then bezels stone and assembles all components together to carefully design jewelry

NC Artist

Kyoung-Joa Park of Rochelle Park, NJ creates jewelry from highfire porcelain hand-slab built/cut, bisque fired, glazed and second-fired to cone nine oxidation. The product is handcrafted and finished with sterling silver wiring and hardware.

  • Business Name: KJ Designs
  • Media: Jewelry
  • Booth: C68

Ginnie Parrish of Cary, NC creates intricate millefiori designs formed by layering polymer clay along with other polymer clay techniques and embellishments to create unique artwork.

NC Artist

Molly Pasca of Durham, NC creates both functional and decorative contemporary porcelain that is wheel-thrown and hand-built.

NC Artist

Lanny Pelletier from Cape Cateret, NC’s wheel-thrown pottery combines form and function for decoration or everyday use.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Pelletier Art & Pottery
  • Media: Clay
  • Booth: B09

Brenda Priest of Holly Springs, NC is a pen & ink artist who works from photographs to create illustrations of homes & buildings, completely hand drawn. Each individual line is crafted in a manor to represent form and texture.

NC Artist

Roberto Quintero of Long Pond, PA produces handmade, original shoes and leather bags adorned with a textile called mola. Shoes are handmade 1 by 1, not mass produced.

  • Business Name: Molas4u
  • Media: Fiber
  • Booth: E05

Patrick Robertson of Charlotte, NC creates mixed media sculptures by wrapping a wire armature with paper, then covering them with several layers of paper pulp/clay. They are then air-dried, sanded, painted, sealed and adorned with wire feathers.

NC Artist

  • Media: Mixed Media
  • Booth: A28

Pete Rodrigues of Durham, NC enjoys making creative pieces of furniture by transforming raw wood into beautiful forms of functional art.

NC Artist

  • Media: Wood
  • Booth: B35

Bruce Rosen of Millers Creek, NC furnishes wood for the home using a variety of fine hardwoods and time-tested woodworking techniques to create original designs and achieve a fine satin finish.

NC Artist

  • Media: Wood
  • Booth: D08

Allison Schroeder of Madison Heights, VA makes jewelry with semiprecious stones and clay tiles using traditional metalsmithing techniques such as forming, stamping and soldering.

Cesar Sertzen and Sara Borey of Richmond, VA are forest librarians, capturing a plant’s anatomical accuracy and aura through wax carving, organic casting and 3D sculpting.

Hamidou Sissoko of Pittsboro, NC is a car mechanic turned folk artist who weld scrap metal into outdoor sculptures of flowers, bugs and animals. The scrap metal often comes from oil drums, broken bikes and old cars.

NC Artist

  • Media: Sculpture
  • Booth: C25

Karen Smith of Charlotte, NC handcrafts jewelry using different metalsmithing techniques such as soldering, rolling mill, cold connections and fold forming. The surface is embellished with patinas and enamels.

NC Artist

Nelson Smith of Rocky Mount, NC creates representational, abstract, kinetic, freestanding, wall and garden sculpture. The metals used are steel, stainless steel, bronze, brass, and copper.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Nelson R Smith Metal
  • Media: Metal
  • Booth: B38

Cindy Snow and her husband, James Young, of Youngsville, NC use silver-smithing, cold connections, resin, and enameling to create jewelry from antique watch parts, vintage finds and items found in nature such as dragonfly wings. They have also created sterling silver pieces with semi-precious stones, dinosaur bone, Fordite and other unique finds.

NC Artists

  • Business Name: CinTinque
  • Media: Jewelry
  • Booth: A16

Jason Stoddart of Cookeville, TN documents “America’s Leftovers”; finding forgotten objects that tell a story. Stroddart uses modern techniques to achieve the traditional sepia tone, hand tinted style using museum archival materials in his studio.

Susan Stone of Cookeville, TN creates hand-thrown white stoneware inspired by summer gardens, fields of wildflowers and color.

Nataliya Strumila of Greensboro, NC brings the Lost Art of Filigree to life when she uses stainless steel wires, electric spot & arc welders, rollers, pliers and dental equipment to sculpt jewelry inspired by nature. Each piece is an original design that incorporates semi-precious gems to create flower & berry patterns.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Art Island
  • Media: Jewelry
  • Booth: D06

Darcelle Szeremi of Chapel Hill, NC fabricates sterling silver jewelry with sheet and wire using a variety of techniques including forging, piercing, chasing and forming, resulting in exclusive jewelry.

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Matt Tomko of Durham, NC begins each painting on a canvas primed in acrylic burnt sienna that is colorfully layered to create strong contrasts in light, dark, foreground and background in his nature and wildlife paintings.

NC Artist

David Underwood of Durham, NC is a skilled acrylic artist who paints abstract works on both canvas and glass.

NC Artist

  • Media: Painting
  • Booth: B31

Alissa Van Atta of Chapel Hill, NC has a running theme of “The Other” in her artwork and enjoys taking an “accident” and highlighting it in her paintings, often playing with texture for that distinction.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: ava arts
  • Media: Painting
  • Booth: C70

Jill Wagoner of Fuquay-Varina, NC creates silk clothing and accessories using paint and water with unique prints that are impossible to duplicate.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Wagoner Studios
  • Media: Fiber
  • Booth: B06

L Jamal Walton of Durham, NC creates pop art work primarily using a computer to draw and print images on archival paper using a giclée processes. Walton uses a combination of vector and raster programs to achieve the line and color precision.

NC Artist

Henry Warner of Atlanta, GA morphs a mix of painting and texture methods with assemblage of sculpture and debris using primarily a concrete grinder, dremel, scroll and miter to make mixed media artwork.

Heather Washburn and Erin Bartlett of Chapel Hill, NC repurposes materials and turns them into accessories that are unique, using a combination of hand cutting, punching, stringing, sewing, and printing. Most folks wouldn’t make jewelry from dental chairs, but they aren’t most folks!

NC Artists

Angela Welti of Okemos, MI hand knots, crochets, wraps, and sews her designs. She uses cord, stones, repurposed silver, wood, and crystals. All her pieces are one of a kind and created by hand with needle nose pliers, nail board (for intricate knot patterns), and various dowels (for wrapping).

  • Business Name: BJ Creations
  • Media: Jewelry
  • Booth: B33

Sarah West of Raleigh, NC creates jewelry inspired by the magic of geometry and the latticework of bridges and electric towers. She creates unique architectural sculptures using steel wire that is joined with molten brass. The pieces are finished in natural steel gray, black patina, or plated with 18k gold plate.

NC Artist

Annie Grimes Williams of Winston-Salem, NC uses traditional metalsmithing techniques such as shell forming and enameling, but with a contemporary organic style. Her influence comes from her love for the natural world, and she enjoys pushing the limits of techniques and materials to create one-of-a-kind jewelry.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: CopperTide
  • Media: Jewelry
  • Booth: B08

Marie Wright of Pittsboro, NC creates beautiful, crystalline glazed porcelain pottery.

NC Artist

Stacey Wright of Gainesville, GA uses a variety of different ceramic pieces to create colorful, whimsical paintings.

Hsiang-Ting Yen of Raleigh, NC creates jewelry inspired by the endless possibility of the triangle form and electro-formed enamel designs.

NC Artist

Anabella Zagura of Durham NC creates hand-forged jewelry using primarily the anticlastic raising technique, and uses sterling silver, gold, and gemstones.

NC Artist

  • Business Name: Art and Play Jewelry
  • Media: Jewelry
  • Booth: C11