A collection of quality regional handmade goods.
A collection of quality regional handmade goods.
My work is fueled by my travel and different experiences in completely different countries.
I paint the differences and similarities of people around the globe, their dreams, their beliefs, their races, but mostly there is the need to show the female figure, uniting them even though they seem to have so many different costumes, creeds or races.
Through my eyes I try to bring to the canvas not only real people painted in everyday scenes, mixed with the colors ,shapes and marks of a surreal background, but the essence of what really matters in humans, the ones that unite us and which make us unique at the same time: love, imagination, creativity and faith. Every person who likes people's colors and appreciates art is my audience.
custom from scratch logo design, pottery, 2d original art, made what all natural creativity .
I melt glass rods to transform color into sculpture, beads,and blown ornaments. My work is colorful, whimsical, and wonderful to share with friends.
I am a textile artist and self-taught quilter who finds joy in the expressiveness of improvising colors and shapes. With an eye for transformation, I utilize existing materials to fabricate unique and original pieces. Textiles give me an outlet to express my thoughts and hopes.
I have been making stained glass and mosaic art for over 30 years. My works include window panels, tabletop art and custom commissions. I also teach classes and sell glass to students.
Raeus Jae Cannon is a fiber artist using knitting and pin loom weaving to create one-of-a-kind wearable art pieces. Raeus discovered her mother’s 1930’s pin loom at age seven and quickly was hooked on the little loom that kept her occupied for hours. However, the loom was set aside for more than 40 years until after Raeus was introduced to knitting. Raeus focuses on the back of a garment that’s so often ignored. She wants people to compliment the wearer from the front saying: “you look wonderful today!” from the back she wants them to hear: “your coat/sweater is beautiful!”
Bapo Design is a custom fabrication spot specializing in handmade furniture and interiors.
Our capabilities include: Woodworking - Steel Fabrication - Blacksmithing - Forging - Welding - CNC Fabrication - Metal Casting - Resin Casting - Custom Furniture - Interior Design - Creative Fabrication
I come from a long line of women makers. I sleep under quilts that my grandmother made, my head rests on pillowcases that my aunt embroidered, and my memories are full of time spent watching my mom and grandmother create. I create one of a kind items through embroidery, quilting and other fiber arts. The majority of my sewing and embroidery skills are self-taught, and I’d like to think there is a little bit of genetic love seeping through.
After spending over 20 years as a fulltime mom for three children, I returned to my love of drawing and watercolor in the Fall of 2009. I specialize in drawing and painting flowers, nature and portraits. I’m especially fond of combining animals and flowers in the same piece. I use acid free papers and high-quality pencils and pigments, and all originals are sealed with a museum quality spray. I believe our lives are filled with lovely small moments that can easily be missed, therefore it is always my goal to try and capture them on paper. (At the moment, the best place to see recent work is on my Facebook Art page.)
We specialize in DIY kits. We send everything you need to make memories and experiences together—all in one box! We specialize in sign and tray kits, offering numerous and custom designs!
I am an interior designer by trade and education, but I have been a maker all my life. Over the years I have explored collage, embroidery, quilting, knitting, murals, painting, and drawing, but I am currently focused on drawing and painting with the hope of experimenting and incorporating more 3-D elements.
I use geeky/interesting fabric such as science or comic book related to make all kinds of bags and pouches. I make string art using patterns and sometimes use a comic book collage in the background.
Heather Eggleston, a homegrown Tennessee girl, is a stay at home gypsy who loves her family. A self-taught jewelry maker, Heather has been designing and making jewelry for 13 years. If you love whimsical & rustic, this is your kind of jewelry. Stir in a dash of gypsy with metal and leather, and voila! Drawn to the wanderlust-boho feel? Self-empowerment, love, and peace with quotes for the wandering soul? BlackByrd Jewelry is calling your name. And don’t be afraid to let her create something one of a kind, just for you!
Heather wishes that each piece finds its destiny with the wanderer who wears it.
Fine letterpress art prints and paper goods made on site for over 2 decades are sold in our eclectic gallery. Letterpress studio owned and operated by Julie Belcher - prints and mixed media paintings. Cowboy Phil has curated an impressive high end vintage western wear collection that complements the visuals in the print shop and we also feature a grand selection of turquoise and silver jewelry. Knoxville storefront is open by appointment or check our web site for retail hours or to make an appointment. Shop 24/7 via my etsy shop or my web store. Thanks y'all.
My process involves imagining humorous scenarios of animals reacting with nature and each other. I also enjoy creating witty animal and bird portraits that highlight their wonderful personalities.
I got started doing art 23 years ago. I started painting furniture. Keeping my day jobs at The Great Wall and Sertoma Center I started taking stained glass art classes and oil painting classes. Today I sell in 6 shops and am growing. I am a card artist and canvas artist selling in 6 shops. I give back to Feeding the Orphans in Ghana, Africa. I make art by using canvas, washi tape and oil paint.
I write and draw comics along with standalone illustrations. I graduated summa cum laude from UT after making my own major— Social Justice and Storytelling: Advocating for Human Rights Through Comics. Most of my work is digital art (drawn on an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil using Procreate or Adobe Draw and manipulated in Photoshop on my laptop), but I am versed in traditional media (India ink, pastels, oil paints, Intaglio) as well. My perspective as a feminist activist definitely informs my art.