Color woodblock prints made with the Mokuhanga technique. (Japanese Watercolor Woodblock Prints).
Grey Seal Press
Original collagraph printmaking focusing on landscapes and wildlife of Maine.
Landscape paintings in pastel.
H Monique Designs
Handmade silver and bronze lost wax cast jewelry; repurposed copper jewelry
Custom Designs by Betty
I create pendants from natural stones (jasper, agate, pearl and such) and wrap them with sterling silver or gold filled wire.
Mackenzie Rose Designs
MacKenzie Rose Designs' jewelry consists of leather bracelets, hand-stamped brass jewelry, sterling silver earrings, and beautiful resin earrings. Some bracelets are made with flat leather and magnetic clasps, others with braided leather and buckle clasps, among many more.
Two Son Jewelry
I build jewelry with gems, glass & wool felt. Woven together, the beads create clusters rich in color & texture. The felt pieces are more sculptural and follow no precedent. My jewelry is vibrant & subtle, sophisticated & playful. I am most certainly on the whimsy end of the jewelry spectrum!
Handcrafted jewelry from recycled tarnish-resistant Argentium Sterling Silver, often including prong-set gemstones and reticulated silver, using traditional and often unconventional metal smithing techniques. Designed and created in my studio in Eliot, Maine, my work has evolved over the years and now leans toward the melt and fuse style with it’s unexpected results.
Cullen Jewelry Design
Hand crafted sterling silver jewelry and accessories including bracelets, earrings, necklaces, rings, and shawl & hair pins. I incorporate a variety of metals, Maine beach stones & seaglass, gemstones, & beads. My designs feature clean, crisp shapes & smooth flowing lines, which are both contemporary & original yet also have a classic, timeless feel.
Clay N Wire
Clay N Wire sells handmade polymer clay & resin jewelry using bold colors and modern shapes. All stud earrings are made with hypoallergenic titanium for sensitive ears. I also enjoy using high-quality gold-filled metals as well as sterling silver. At craft shows you will find me selling studs, dangle earrings and delicate chain necklaces.
Necklaces, bracelets, and earrings made from a variety of materials: upcycled vintage silverware (cut, shaped, drilled, polished or textured), metal clay (formed, textured, fired), and pearls, gemstones, metal, leather, glass, and more combined by stringing, wrapping, gluing, etc.
Kabyco Designs is a modern collection that combines a rocker edge with a bohemian vibe and where gemstones take center stage. It begins with recycled precious metals and an extra emphasis is placed on luminescent gemstones (Opals, Labradorite, Moonstones,...). Pieces are fabricated & forged by hand. Chasing, bezel making, soldering, wire wrapping and sand casting techniques are used. The metals used are 22K, 18K & 14K gold, gold fill, oxidized sterling silver and sterling silver and often the designs have a mixture of these metals. Styles range from the simple and delicate to intricate statement pieces.
Jill Ross Originals
Necklaces, bracelets, and earrings made from a variety of materials: upcycled vintage silverware (cut, shaped, drilled, polished or textured), metal clay (formed, textured, fired), and pearls, gemstones, metal, leather, glass, and more combined by stringing, wrapping, gluing, etc. Examples may be seen on our websites. The pictures below are of the booth, which your rules said you needed. Pictures of the work are on the websites.
Imaginary Road Jewelry
I make dichroic glass, bronze and silver necklaces and earrings with an occasional bracelet. My designs are inspired by the Maine coast: the water in all of its moods, the rocks and the trees. All of my designs are original and all of my pieces are made by hand by me.
Rocky Neck Designs
Textured jewelry in a variety of metals.
Dried floral design & hand built ceramic dried floral design & hand built ceramics.
My textile art consists of painting & surface design techniques that transform plain cloth into a unique palette of fabrics to create with. I use transparent textile paints to build layers of color, pattern, shape & texture. I create compositions by cutting & collaging the cloth and add a layer of cotton batting & fabric backing. I stitch the layers together using free motion stitching with colorful threads, adding line & dimension.
Travelers and Company
Mixed Media figures ( Walkers, Journey Guides and Bundlers) that inspire safe keeping, present-time thinking, and rich life journeys. Materials : hand painted faces; hand sewn fabric, with seeds, shells, stones, sticks and other items from nature.
Woven Willow Designs
I create original wall pieces, scarves, cards and accessories by applying dye to silk. My work is mostly inspired by the mountains, ocean and the natural world at large.
Resined, vintage chart and map tiles, trivets, coasters, ornaments; map and chart cuffs; hand-painted and fair-trade jewelry.
Origami boxes and mobiles, small sculptures made of origami, shells, stones, and found objects, nightlights with shells and stone.
Fabric and mixed media collaged landscapes and flowers which are threadpainted.
TY Lin Meta Sense Studio
Angela Murry Whimsical Watercolors
One of a kind pen and ink drawings. Inspired by nature with an illustrative quality.
Authentic Maine Seaglass artwork created on antique windowpanes and lamps.
Austill's Beeswax Paintings
Encaustic paintings is an ancient technique using hot pigmented beeswax and a tree sap. Each layer is fused to the next with a torch or heat gun. They are created on wood panels. Her process involves building up layers and also carving back to layers below.
George Banker Art
Landscapes and seascapes in oil. Inspiration comes from my seaside home in Georgetown, Maine as well as Monhegan Island, Maine.
Acrylic on stretched canvas usually of nature.
Kaitie Bubier Art
I enjoy working with vibrant colors and playful subject matter. I work in acrylic paint and airdry clay.
Barbara Chase Acrylics
Acrylic artist specializing in animals, birds and insects as well as landscapes.
Peggy Clark Lumpkins
Oil paintings of Maine's beautiful places, and her flora and birds.
200 Faces Jeanelle Demers
I create portraits of people, pets, birds and other wildlife. I work with acrylic paint on canvas, using vivid colors and realistic details.
My paintings are done with alcohol ink on Yupo paper or on glazed tiles, and I also paint with watercolor on watercolor paper. My images reflect my love of nature, animals, and the places I've been.
Lisa Kyle Art
Oil painter, painting the landscapes of Maine.
I use a mix of both basswood panels and stretch canvas in both oil and acrylic mediums to paint landscapes and conceptual work. Lately I will incorporate cold wax into many of my recent oil work as well as oil sticks using a combination of brushwork, rollers, scrape edges, cloth damping, and pallette knives depending on what the work and composition dictates in terms of layering and drying time to achieve the desired effect. My early work is heavily influenced by hard-edge mid-century abstraction but recently I have branched out in the past year to explore opacity, relationships with color theory and movement within the composition. My goal is to capture the energy, sound, and activity within each composition.
Nikki Pilgrim Art
Unconventional watercolor artist. Hand framed, heirloom artworks, featuring large to small paintings on dynamic canvases, full of opulent color, pattern & movement. Inspired by the beauty we are surrounded by here in Maine. Also selling a line of products from stickers, earrings, dish towels, stationary, to limited edition prints.
Previte Fine Art
Original paintings of traditional as well as urban/industrial and contemporary themes.
Karl Saila Art
Acrylic and watercolor art, prints and notecards. My view of the world around me As a self taught artist my work attempts to depict the world around all of us, people, places and things. I am continually trying to vary my subjects but alas, certain things catch my eye more than others. See my world in art presented here; hope you enjoy the visit.
I find endless inspiration in all that nature has to offer in Maine. My paintings record passages in time, while examining how sunlight illuminates the landscape. Maine's varied scenery is brought into focus by intensifying the natural colors and using bold brush strokes in my work. Maine landscapes and still life paintings in oil and watercolor.
Colorful and fun original watercolor and ink paintings on paper and acrylic on wood featuring cartography, nature inspired images and mythology/lore.
Cottage by the C
Welcome to a World of My Art. I am C.K. Higgison painter of whimsical worlds, designer of clothing infused with great karma and my own original designs, retired art teacher of elementary school kids, mother, grandmother, wife and Maine resident for over 48 years. This is my website. Curious about Cottage by the C ? Origins of my site name stem from the fact that for over 16 years nearly all my paintings had small houses or cottages in them, and C is the first letter of my first name. I secured the domain name way back in the early 2000's and the name has stuck. Painting created using matte acrylics and chalk paint and most are on stretched canvas. I coat them with a buffed wax to protect the surface and give each a soft lustrous appearance. Some images are available as prints on wrapped canvas.
Original watercolor painting, landscape, seascape, florals.
When I began as a art student, I wasn't entirely sure of what my goals may be. I knew I was inspired by Andrew Wyeth and several other painters, but I had no definite ideas. I wasn't long into my classes at the Art Students' League before my true path as a painter became apparent. The Art Students' League is an excellent place to learn the art of painting. It's a place you go to paint. It surprised me how quickly I became enthralled with color. Not just color for color's sake, but how color existed in nature. Color with a little form expresses everything in the visual world. When I started getting good results from my nature sketches, I knew I was hooked. I have been painting from life ever since. Everything in my painting revolves around natural color. I think it's the common ground from which a visual person gets involved. If a viewer is involved with one of my paintings for some time, I know that painting is a success. But what can someone get form one of my paintings? I can only answer that by explaining what I'm trying to do. I'm a little hesitant to put it this way, but I'm really trying to create something beautiful. I am trying in a very sincere way to capture the essence of a moment in nature. If you color, composition, or overall execution is off, the painting won't work. It's a very fine line. It is so hard to capture a windy day or feeling of cold, but that's the challenge. It's mostly about color with me, but I feel very strongly that the end result should be something special: a work of art.
Doug Hockman Photography
Nature and abstract photography mounted on wood panels and reclaimed barn boards.
Maine Made Photos
Iconic Maine Landscape photography we print on canvas (Gallery Wraps) and also photo paper in mats.
I create pieces of art with the concept of less is more. I shoot things of beauty that use color, shape, form and visualization to create work that takes the viewer to a place of peace and tranquility.
Michael James Murray Photography
360 degree panoramic photographs made from multiple images to create Spherescapes. The images are printed onto metal and wood.
James O'Reilly Photography
Local landscape photography.
Scott Perry Photography
Landscape photography of Maine. The Next Best thing to Being There For many years I worked throughout Maine as a freelance photographer primarily for the Associated Press and the Maine Times. My photos appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world including Newsweek, the New York Times, USA Today, and National Geographic Magazine. I enjoyed capturing bits of history on film and sharing it with others through the news media. However, I often found myself wanting to get more into my pictures than the normal window of view regular 35mm cameras could provide. I now work with digital cameras making as wide a view as I want by stitching images together. I also create digital “paintings” when the subject calls for it. They are available for purchase online and and at selected art shows and galleries. My goal is to create views within the confines of a picture frame that are so expansive and magnificent, they will make you feel you are at the place the picture was taken. I hope my photography will rekindle your memories of a special place and help you share the beauty of that special place with others.
Richard Snow Photography
Photography of the state of Maine. Let a little bit of Maine brighten your personal space. Items available for purchase include: Post Cards Greeting Cards Metal Prints Custom orders/Gifts