The following artisans participated in our 2011 Event. 

Cattail Woodcrafts (Booth 107)

Masks by Deatherage (Booth 112)
Mixed Media
Local artist Ann Deatherage creates unique, one-of-a-kind masks featuring intricate handpainted designs with beautiful and unexpected embellishments.

Mary’s Clay (Booth 113)
Polymer Clay Creations

Cinsations in Glass (Booth 114)
Featuring the work of local artisan Cindy Hughes.

At First Glance (Booth 204)
Artist Harry Gray shares his Florida paintings.

Photography by: MJ Schaub (Booth 206)
Photographer Mary Schaub also creates beadwork (Florida Icicle).
Visit the MJ Schaub Photography Website

Collectible Kaleidoscopes (Booth 208)
Glass / Multimedia
One of a Kind kaleidoscopes from Leesburg artist Bette Harrison.

Clay & Jewelry Designs by Karen (Booth 209)
Polymer Clay & Jewelry

Dodge Designs (Booth 210)
Talented designer Marilyn Dodge creates a wide variety of jewelry, including antique bracelets.

Lynn Herrick (Booth 211)
Painting (Oils)
Having studied with Florida Highwayman R.L. Lewis, Herrick paints landscapes with vibrant colors and simple black and white.
“The Florida I attempt to capture is disappearing exponentially with rampant development and I am dedicated to preserving this vanishing landscape in my own artistic way.”
Visit Lynn Herrick’s website

Jo Leyte-Vidal (Booth 212)
Mixed Media / Fiber Arts
An experienced fabric artist, Jo also creates watercolor and colored pencil images in small, detailed works.

Louise’s Designs (Booth 213)
Jewelry / Mixed Media
Louise McFarland designs everything from high-end gemstone jewelry to affordable beaded crafts and paintings.

Katherine Schumm (Booth 306)
Glass / Jewelry / Mosaics

Decoys for Use (Booth 307)
Artist Tom Haller shows off his practical but decorative duck decoys.

Newy Fagan Studios (Booth 314)
Nationally-recognized artist Newy Fagan travels the country, sharing her knowledge with her peers by teaching creative workshops on kiln formed glass techniques.  She is perhaps best known for her equine art which allows her to demonstrate that the horse is a wonderful metaphor for freedom.
Visit Newy Fagan’s Website

All Things Heavenly (Booth 315)
Jewelry by Sharon Courtier

Bottle Art Lights by Diane (Booth 317)
Glass Work

Lew Clayton Illustration (Booth 406)
Drawing / Illustration

Barbara Maxwell SISU Stuff (Booth 407)
Painting / Drawing

Paintings by Pat (Booth 415)

Local artist Pat Lawson creates works in acrylic.

Grandma Coyote (Booth 417)
Native American Inspired Art

Ronda Miller Jewelry (Booth 514)

Celebrations in Glass (Booth 515)
Local artist Diane Bixler specializes in reverse-painted glass and photography.

Carpet Art / Wood Art (Booth 517)
Woodworking / Fiber
Norma & Gary Walker, Tampa-area artists, create art from wood and carpet.
Visit their website

Mary Ziegengeist’s Watercolors (Booth 614)
Painting (Watercolor)
Local artist and acclaimed art supporter Mary Ziegengeist shares her watercolor creations.

Jerry Behlmann (Booth 615)
Local Artisan Jerry Behlmann turns beautiful bowls, vases and other forms with a lathe.  His precise handiwork often features intricate patterns, achieved by combining several wood varieties.

Sparkle Farkle Knits (Booth 617)
Fiber Arts

Rich’s Almost Famous Foods (Booth 704)
Food Vendor

Designs by Dolores (Booth 706)

Handmade Cards by Carol (Booth 707)

Herbal Kitchen Creations (Booth 714)
Visit their website

Peggi’s Uniques (Booth 717)

Coach’s Seafood (Booth 804)
Food Vendor

Larry Hollandsworth (Booth 807)

 Janet Crane Jewelry (Booth 814)

Olivia’s Coffeehouse (Booth 904)
Food Vendor

Fantasy Florida (Booth 907)

Rik’s Wood Art (Booth 914)

Go Green with June Bug (Booth 1007)
Handmade Paper / Tie-Dye Clothing

“As I See It” Photography (Booth 1013)
Nature Photography
Branelli Bei (Booth 1014)

Patricia Dailey (Booth 1106)

Martha Cohen (Booth 1107)
Mixed Media

Winter Park Soap (Booth 1112)
Soaps, Etc.
Visit them online at www.winterparksoapcompany.com

John Woerner
(Booth 1113)

Mixed Media / Woodworking

All Things Heavenly

Cattail Woodcrafts
Woodworking / Painting

SISU Stuff by Barbara Maxwell
Painting / Drawing

The following organizations have confirmed for the March 26, 2011 Market.

Eustis Historical Museum & Preservation Society (Booth 110)
Visit their website
Founded in 1983, the group works to preserve the history of Eustis and Lake County.

Eustis Art League (Booth 414)
Visit their website
The object of the Eustis Art League is to provide an atmosphere for learning, sharing, promoting Fine Arts for members and the community.

Lake Eustis Museum of Art (Booth 606)
Visit their website
Representatives of the Art Museum will be on hand to share their history, preview their upcoming exhibits and sell tickets for their annual event, the Wine-A-Fare, which takes place March 31, 2011.

Lake Eustis Area Chamber of Commerce (Booth 607)
Visit their website

Bay Street Players (Booth 1006)
Visit their website
This community theatre will be previewing the shows in their upcoming 37th Season.

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