THE STEEL YARD ART MARKET
november 6th ARTISTS & MAKERS
Join us this Saturday, November 6th at The Steel Yard for the SECOND TO LAST 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
NOVASART My name is Tatiana, I go by NOVA 💫 / TATISWR7D 🚀👩🏾🚀. I am currently a full-time student at URI studying Computer Science and Chinese, and the CEO of my own art business @novasart. I am a Youtuber/videographer 📹, painter @novasart 👩🏾🎨. Selling some of my original artwork made with acrylic on canvas and/or oil on canvas.
Mollie Flanagan A variety of small cement planters, candle holders, and little trays. Some of the planters will have succulents or air plants in them already.
Brian Dowling Providence – Rhode Island, Sculptor – Fabricator, Metal – Stone – Wood
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 are embellished with hand carved elements and includes dinnerware and planters.
/ Sun Over The Water Desiree Abrahams Handmade dreamcatchers, Native jewelery, corn dolls, glitter bottles, and scented oil.
Emily Quinn Original, colorful, upcycled paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures about feminist, identity, and the environment.
TRYCAPS Provides creative art experiences to members of a diverse group of teens and youth, encourage leadership development and provide problem-solving skills through the use of mentors, apprentice, and real-life experiences.
Ericka Torres hand painted art
Queenbeams Laser engraved accessories and home accents inspired by the magic of nature. Each item is handmade and many are one-of-a-kind! My process is a layering of techniques. I take images of things in nature (moths, cicadas, flowers) and turn them into digital drawings designed for the laser engraving process. I work with a variety of materials, including wood, acrylic, and paint to make functional pieces of art.
Jenny Rachel Sparks Woodfired ceramic pottery, as well as jewelry with handmade ceramic beads. All clay incorporates wild clay, rocks or street glass.
Luminary Designs Luminary Designs is a one-woman owned and operated artisan candle company based in Easthampton, MA. I design and craft unique fragrance experiences intended to bring inspiration in your home. I only use clean burning, U.S. grown soy wax, cotton wicks, premium fragrance oils that are non-toxic and phthalate free, and reusable + recyclable glass jars with metal lids. Every candle top is decorated with genuine gemstones and crystals to add an extra element of natural magic and whimsy to the candle burning experience. Customers can easily wash off and keep the crystals after the wax burns away.
Joss Liao A combination of jewelry, ceramics, and glass, the works I’ll be selling aim to bring sentimental and nuanced aesthetics to everyday life. My business name @_intheblanks_ refers to a Chinese character “间”(meaning the in-between threshold) and my works strive to spark monumentality within liminal spaces. It’s about the hope within ashes, growth under debris, essentially and ultimately, optimism. The body of works I’ll sell will also be documentation of my interdisciplinary material exploration including glass, metal, clay, neon, furniture, prints, and paintings.
Kan’s Art I am an acrylic paint artist. I create paintings using acrylic paint and sometimes oil paint on canvas and paper. So, I will be selling original artwork pieces of my own.
Mary Drake Handmade functional ceramic pieces, intended for the home, kitchen, and daily rituals. This includes tea pots, drinking vessels, small dishes and bowls, as well as small trays, planters, and hand-dyed/embroidered soft goods like tea towels. A selection of hanging & stand-alone planters with plants included will be available.
ODDER MATTER Odder Matter primarily creates and offers limited edition hand-pulled prints using a broad range of non-toxic techniques, including woodcut, etching, monotype, and digital printing. I also produce zines and publications exploring the issues closest to my heart, including climate emergency and social justice. Printmaking has a long and powerful history as a catalyst for change and a method of communication. I feel a deep responsibility to use the power of print to encourage positive action and change throughout my community and beyond. I also recently began working in ceramics again and may offer unique ceramic pieces as well.
Rebecca Ho Mostly functional ware: tumblers, plates, bowls, and mugs. I hope to be able to sell a couple of larger items, including vases, large platters, and moon jars.
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Mike Knives Artist, maker, and SWCAHer. DM for custom screen-printed hoodies and plush creations.
PUBLIC black & latinx owned: a community space, shop & gallery
Ed Fay Steampunk shadow boxes, Hand-lettered signs, and objects
Christine Kelsey Fused glass: ornaments, suncatchers, jewelry and small decorative pieces
SOULITA Natural, vegan products as in skincare, body care, and a beard line.
STAGES OF FREEDOM A Black-owned non-profit working hard to improve the lives of Rhode Island African Americans.
Made by Abigael Paintings For Wearing My work is an interpretation of my experience of the people that I love. With the colors they choose, I paint abstract forms that represent the energy that I feel they currently exude. This can shift with each successive painting just as we change & grow with each new day. My jewelry came out of a desire to make my art more accessible. Framed between a pendant setting and a glass cabochon, these acrylic & ink paintings are one of a kind.
MBK BEAUTY Handmade vegan and cruelty-free cosmetics and bath & body essentials
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.