Art Market August



Join us this Saturday, August 7th at The Steel Yard for the third Art Market of the season featuring local artists and artisans! The market is free to attend and open to the public between 10 AM – 3 PM. The Steel Yard is located at 27 Sims Avenue Providence, RI 02909

Stacey Johnson / Carbon Fang Studios
Mixed media/linocut prints, textile art (embroidery and stitched pieces)
Isabel Hajian
I make clothes from repurposed materials that I transform through silk-screen printing and dyeing. I will probably be selling a line of dresses, leggings, tops, and sleeves, and some one-offs of more experimental garments. I also will be selling leather bracelets and anklets that I’ve been making using the scrap leather from the trash can at Lotuff Leather, where I work as a sewist, and some original leather bags!
Kate Martin Jewelry
 I sell one-of-a-kind hand-crafted earrings, bracelets, pendants, and rings. My primary medium is sterling silver, and I also incorporate copper, bronze, and brass for accents. I love creating sterling silver ear wires, hammering and forming mixed metal earrings, bracelets, and necklace pieces to achieve high-end designs. I use many techniques including etching, lost wax casting, and roller-pressed textures. Some of my best sellers are enameled avocado earrings/pendants and butterflies, mixed-metal cairns and taco earrings as well as reversible enamel earrings.
Tom Hubbard
Rum cups, flasks, old-timey cans, slab sculptures
Melanie dai Medeiros
Handmade paper sculptures, Paintings, Etchings, Drawings
TurtleBeatsRabbit / Chungsil Gwon
I will be selling environmentally friendly handmade drink sleeves/carriers that fit most if not all common coffee cups. Sleeves are re-usable, with a removable insulated insert that keeps drinks hot or cold longer in style. I use various fabrics and patterns for the sleeves and some are hand embroidered on solid color fabric.
Sandra MacDonald/ The Collaborative
We’re a non-profit arts organization and gallery in Warren. In our gallery, we represent 13 different artist members but for this event, we will only be showing a handful of works. There’s a variety of screen prints, original pen, and ink, archival prints, laser wood cuts & original paintings.
Kristen Angelos
 I will be selling handmade ceramic goods including mugs, vases, teapots, tea bowls, and planters.
Jenny Rachel Sparks
Handmade woodfired ceramic pottery and jewelry.
Marita Torbick
Sculpture, paintings, and drawings.

Derek Mirabilio
I make handcrafted, boho-luxe jewelry. My entire collection is focused on: “Helping people look inward and find [a] deeper meaning.

Corley Metal Works
I will be selling original artwork on canvas. I work abstractly with colors and shapes to create vibrant pieces of art. I will also be selling pots, vases, and glass wear hand-painted by me.

Harry Cassell
A variety of functional home goods including wall hooks, copper boxes, and pottery. The wall hooks are copper or steel and are made using both traditional blacksmithing and modern metal fabrication techniques. The wheel-thrown pottery is embellished with hand-carved elements and includes dinnerware and planters. I will also be selling gouache paintings and paintings on wood.

Mike Knives
Screen printed glow in the dark hoodies, cloaks, T-shirts, masks, and plush sculptures

Henry Robinson
I will be selling limited series and one-of-a-kind ceramic pieces including pottery and sculpture. I will also be selling hand-carved wooden spoons and bowls.

Reforged Finds
We take vintage silverware and turn it into rings and necklaces as well as bracelets

Aleksandra Azbel
We will be selling handmade one-of-a-kind ceramics, prints, textiles, and welded steel sculptures.

Jane Dillon Ceramics
I’ll be selling candlesticks, bowls, cups, plates, baskets, jars, tulipieres, tablecloths, flowerpots, and drawings.
From red terracotta through white porcelain through toasty stoneware, fired in the Steel Yard kiln.

The Felted Grove
I am a local needle-felt artist that makes handcrafted figures of wizards, witches, fairies, fairy houses, and more! Thank you for your consideration!

Ashley Schwebel
I make handmade concrete jewelry in a variety of styles, shapes and colors, some with embedded semi-precious stones for truly unique pieces. In addition, in 2020 I started making and selling a new line of laser cut acrylic jewelry and accessories.

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