ArtHive835 presentsThe Handmades Sale
Friday Dec 1, 4:00 to 9:00
Saturday Dec 2, 10:00 to 5:00
Knights of Columbus 264
2200 South Meadowbrook Road, Springfield IL
Mixed-Media Rope Basketry
My sculptural forms are made chiefly from rope using a non-traditional sewing machine method. Along with the rope I may include yarn, string, various threads and fibers, paint, dye, wire, paper, and/or wood branches. The result may be useful, such as a bowl, basket, or handbag. Sometimes it is a purely artful piece for display on the wall , table, or shelf.
whimsical hand built stoneware dishes and sculpture
Shadow boxes with ceramic figures, paint, and found objects, and ceramic jewelry.
Wall Weavings and Blind Contour Portraits. I look at my subject and draw their face with a single line, not looking at the paper until it’s finished. The result is a funky portrait in about 30 seconds.
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Poet James Escher
Poems written on demand
Greg Luttrell, Manhattan Leather Design
Stoneware pottery for the home and garden in a modern yet rustic style, with clean lines and nature-inspired designs. Using both wheel thrown and hand built techniques, we specialize in creating unique miniature pieces for use in the home and garden.
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Reese Art Studios
Handcrafted Sterling Silver Jewelry
fine blank books and Red Ember Forge Jewelry
Hand-bound blank books
Carole Harp, The Quirky Quiller
The Victorian art of Paper Quilling, the fascinating technique of rolling and shaping narrow strips of paper to create beautiful designs.
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Collaged Papers on Glass
Mary Boesdorfer, Written in Wood
Hand-turned pens and other small items out of a variety of materials including wood, acrylic, antler, corn, flower petals, coffee beans, and much more
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Xin Zhao, Old School Garden
Old School Garden strives to create useful, durable and affordable pottery items that will be enjoyed by customers and their descendants for countless generations. We believe pottery is the perfect heirloom. Our studio is powered by solar and wind energy. Can you imagine how special to use our one-of-kind pottery?
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