Indian cuisine focusing on Northern India OLD SCHOOL AREA C-6 https://www.5taraleesburg.com/ * This merchant is helping to make Waterford and the planet a little greener by using compostable products at our event. Thank you!
Artisan wood fired baked goods OLD SCHOOL AREA C-6 * This merchant is helping to make Waterford and the planet a little greener by using compostable products at our event. Thank you!
Ice cream, chips, candy, sodas and water OLD MILL & BOND STREET BARN AREA B-2 & OLD SCHOOL AREA C-6 * This merchant is helping to make Waterford and the planet a little greener by using compostable products at our [...]
Yannig Tanguy Artisan wood fired baked goods
John Bailey Watermarble silk scarves
Gary Schlappal Handbuilt and thrown ceramics, underglazes, glazes; wall forms.
Sandy Murray Sandy describes her work as drawing and painting with threads. She begins each piece with a basic pencil sketch of her idea. The design progresses as she works.
Roy Phillips I have been tinsmithing for the past 13 years. My wife and I use all hand tools used in the 18-19th century.
Zeicheng Mary Yang Enamel cloisonne jewelry uniquely designed and handcrafted with 24-karat yellow gold wire and transparent enamels, fired at 1500 degrees F, and set in 14-karat yellow gold with precious stones. [...]
Hot dogs, sausage, pork chop on a stick, sauerkraut, pickles on a stick, dilly bean cones, ginger beer, chips, various condiments and water https://thesweetfarm.com/ OLD SCHOOL AREA C-6
Lebanese cuisine including chicken shawarma, falafel, kafta sandwich, hummus, tabbouleh salad, fries, hot dogs, baklava and drinks OLD SCHOOL AREA C-6
Stan and Sue Jennings We begin with logs, mill them to specific thicknesses, air dry it then bring it to our shop to begin the creation process. We use only WV hardwoods, cherry, maple [...]
Andy Smith I am a full-time watercolor artist for 36 years. I love painting antiques and the 1800's time period and find my subjects by traveling and sightseeing at may historic areas. I love [...]
Kimberly Gladfelter I create whimsical, one-of-a-kind gourd folk art. I study the shape of a gourd to determine what it wants to be...no two are alike. Each piece is individually hand-painted with acrylics giving [...]
Marianne Weitzel Renaissance Lavender is a local lavender farm growing over 50 kinds of lavender. I sell plants, dried lavender bunches, wreaths, aromatherapy products; butters, balms and lotions; oils for skin and hair; natural [...]
My hooked rugs are all my own original designs. Inspirations come from antique quilts, tole trays, weather vanes, photos, geometric patterns and creative imagining. All rugs are hooked on new linen.
The inspiration for all of my work comes from 19th c. examples, designs and motifs and are original adaptations of period styles. Figurative work (dolls, bears, Santas) are created from cloth and clay with vintage materials used as appropriate and [...]
Handmade brooms are constructed of broomcorn and sapling handles or hand-shaped wooden handles. Various sizes of domestic brushes, including kitchen and clothing brushes, are made using only broomcorn and twine. The history of broom-making, including Shaker and Appalachian influences, are [...]
As children of the 60's, we wanted to save the world, or at least leave a small footprint. Wool allows us to design and create without guilt. Our sheep are sustainable, kind to the land, and grow an outstanding fleece [...]
Waterford Weavers In 1973, following a Waterford Foundation sponsored weaving class, several students joined together to form the Waterford Weavers Guild. They wanted to improve their knowledge of weaving and share with others what [...]
I am passionate about fiber arts and particularly enjoy spinning yarns from animals that I have bred, delivered, raised and cared for. Weaving allows my creative needs to explore color and texture, while creating unique items. [contentcards url="http://ewesfulfiberarts.weebly.com/" target="_blank"]
This sculptor focuses on undulating and textural surfaces. Asymmetry and kinetic features lend surprising grace to the larger scale of this narrative work: each piece develops as a tribute to a hero, a meditation on place, a plea for strength [...]
I create natural botanical wearable art through a unique copper electroforming technique, a method I originally developed as a high school science project and have since continually enhanced. My art has been my sole vocation and my passion. Every year, [...]
A Contemporary Adaptation of a Traditional Craft Each porcelain ornament or egg features colorful raised detail, providing both visual and textural elements. I strive to convey an emotion with every piece, the response being unique to each individual. Memories of [...]
We create redware pottery informed by the traditions of the 18th century in Great Britain and the American colonies. Using traditional wheel-throwing techniques mastered over the course of four decades of working in clay, we create everyday wares typical of [...]
Patricia Miller I have been creating stoneware pottery pieces for 12 years, and studied under David Norton for 8 years. I enjoy trying out new shapes and new types of surface decorations, such as [...]