04.26.16

Check out the vendors at First Sunday Arts on Sunday May 1, 2016

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 11:29 pm by Administrator

First Sunday Arts
West Street
Space Vendor Vendor type

0 Deborah Hines River Rock Glass Studios Glass Art
1 Sean Simmons Cleor Elite Photography Photograpgy
2 Sarah Taylor Framing of the Shoe paintings/cards/prints
3 Kristina Huddle Bozie’s Bags n Wags Bags and Dog Acces
4 Diane Rison Grace at Work Jewelry
5 Jeffery Oh Tree to Art Serving Boards
6 Bridgette Hamilton 1429 MFG Furniture
7 Trish Doty Trish Doty Brush and Watercolor paintings
8 Roberta Manly Mystic Silver and Glass Design Jewelry
9 Raymond Rouse The Red Tile Chess Sets
10 Pat McDuffie Perfectly Bazaar Stained glass
11 Jessica Michael Rhine Costal home and Body Soap/Candles/Towels
12 Ruth McGovern By the Bay Creations Driftwood / Nautical
13 Laura Moore Laura Moore Designs Jewelry
14 el toro bravo
15 el toro bravo
16 el toro bravo
17 Mitchell Dickinson Painted Sky Alpaca Farm Alpaca Clothes,Soaps Acc
18 Ellen Robinson Ejay Art Pottery
19 Joanne Tew Joanne Woodward Tew paintings on glass/Jewelry
20 David Folio Folio Art Glass Glass Art
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22 Nikki Hutchison Vino Chateau Wine Boxes
23 Hallie Farley Graystone Handcrafted Jewelry Jewelry
24 William Phillips Kool Crabs Clay Crabs
25 TBA
26 Tom Anderson Old Dog Sewing Bags/ Wallets
27 Dianne Hirach Dos Gatos Artisen Jewelry Jewelry
28 Alice Faber Alice Faber fine Art Paintings and Prints
29 Roberta Manly Mystic Silver and Glass Design Jewelry
30 Anthony Trusso Sleeping Dragon woodworks Cutting Boards
31 Leaf Fitter Sponsor
32 Nevon & Douglas Wise Printemps Pottery Pottery
33 Adiante Franszoon Fine Woodcarvings and Furniture Furniture
34 Amelia Cityshapes Photograpgy
35 Chelsea Market Designs Jackie Skarzynski Jewelry
36 April Alayne April Alayne Illustrations
37 Sheri Weinhold SLM Gifts Metal Art
38 Sheri Weinhold SLM Gifts Metal Art
39 Sheri Weinhold SLM Gifts Metal Art
40 Bernie Houston Sea Drift Sculptures driptwood sculptures
41 Julio San Jose Naktru prints
42 Carlos Zepeda Cozaana Jewelry
43 Gilbert Carey Gilbert’s Woodcrafts Wood Sculptures
44 April Conley A Eliz Photography Photograpgy
45 Mary Shultz Unique and Just right for you Jewelry
46 Catherine Dolch Arts and Carafes Original Art / Prints
47 Jackie Handley Jacqueline Handley Designs Clothes/Jewelry
48 Jeffery Avent-Garden Pottery Pottery
49 Mary de la Requera Tempo Group wide variety
50 Gina Seebachan Be with the Playseum Floral/Butterfly Art
51 Nocole White Girl Scouts Art Project
52 Emily Pearson Pear Tree Goods Cookies/Cupcakes
53 Picture Architect Photography
54 Deana Williams Handmade by Deana Purses Handbags
55 Susan Whitehouse Tres Jolie Designs Jewelry
56 Alison Shriver Alison Shriver Designs papercutting/Silhouettes
57 Heather Reichard Blue Eyed Dragonfly Salvaged Mix Media Art
58 Barclay McCauley Barclay Soaps Soaps/ Balms Acc
59 Claire Guerra Twinkle Candle Company Candles
60 Scott American Design and Build sponsor
61 Alice Kimball Lost Marbles Jewelry
62 Dave Hyde Dave Hyde Photography Photography
63 Patricia De Los Rios Peruvian Trend Peruvian
64 Renee Green Le Chic Chapeau Hats
65 Candace Port-Hull Silk Reincarnations Scarves
66 Mary Jo Light Happy Metal Art Metal Art
67 Anne Taylor Parker Place rugs
68 Stacy Duvall Soy Love Candles Candles
69 Margaret Barnes Divine Planet Jewelry
70 Shannon Sterner/ Eric Roberge Sterner Art Company Face Painting / Painted Oysters
busking shannon Oliver Gypsy Queen balloon Busker
47.5 Nathaniel Baddrer 36 Letters Photo Letter Art
39.5 Avner Ofer Avner Ofer Photography Photography

Stan&Joes Great Frogs winery Wine
City Gate
2 Robin Beck Pet Wants Pet Treats/items
3 Regen Linn Alloyed Earh Jewelry Jewelry
4 Karen Danelle Ceadarwood Botanicals Soaps/ Oils / Body Butter
5 Cynthia Farrell Johnson Cynthia Farrell Johnson Fine Art paintings/cards/prints
6 Wendy Dean The Omnibus Publishing Childrens Books
7 Katia Baskina Kat Art paintings prints
8 Emily Lane Em’s Handcrafted of Maryland Soap/ Lotions / Balms
Whitmore Park
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3 Sherita Collins Mawahh Soap/lotions/balms
4 Jennifer Collins Edge Aerial Photography Photography
5 Maurizio Eusebi Alessandra Eusebi Jewelry Jewelry
6 TBA leather
7 Diane Matter Simply D Designs Jewelry
8 Tulia Levine Tigersoap Soap/lotions/balms
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13 Maritza Bhattarai Himalayan Accents Tibiet/Nepal Art
14 Sue Posey Poseys by the Sea Jewelry
15 Janice Gallagher Janice Gallagher Designs Shell and Beach Designs
16 Stephen Norberg Thunder Beast Root Beer
17 Bob Paulding Bob Paulding Photography Photography
18 Terry Pool Terry Pool Design Jewelry
19 Chris Mead Salazan Chocolate Co Chocolate
20 Denise Costello Words Among Friends Fine Art with Words
21 Kathleen Webber Willowbee Studio Fairy Doors Abodes Acc
22 Samantha Khalil The Shepherds of Bethlehem olive tree art
23 Esther Alva Etty’s Silver Jewelry Jewelry
24 Ryan Herbstomer Autumn Summer wood art
25 Rosemary Flood Paxis Place Pottery Pottery
26 Tybar Middlekauf Wicked Rabyt Candles
27 Carla & George Lake Nu Sen La / B More Books Soap / Book covers
28 Tish Mayne Kitchen Savers Sponsor
29 Stephen Cimino Azul Imports Nepal Crafts
30 Eric and Laura MahaffeyAnnapolis Caramel Company Caramels
31 Christoper Waters Waters Woods Wall Boat Sculptures
32 Barhfitter Sponsor
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40 Mark Williams Williams Blacksmithing Blacksmith Shop
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42 kona Ice Shaved Ice
43 Kona Ice Shaved Ice
44 Crabtowne Cuisine Food Truck
45 Crabtowne Cuisine Food Truck

more info at www.firstsundayarts.com

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04.14.16

First Sunday Arts presented by Great Frogs Winery – May 1, 2016

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 2:13 am by Administrator

Sunday May1st is your chance to kick off spring celebrations in Annapolis Maryland. The City will be celebrating May Day and it is the first day of the areas premier art festival, First Sunday Arts. This is your chance to work on your photography skills and photograph the many May Day flower baskets. They are on display from the merchants, vendors and residents throughout downtown Annapolis taking part in the May Day festivities. It will be a friendly competition where the winners of the best May Day flower baskets when ribbons and bragging rights.

The First Sunday Arts festivals is expected to bring over 7,000 locals and visitors on May 1st to West and Calvert Streets in downtown Annapolis The festival provides shopping opportunities from over 100 local and regional artists and crafters selling their artwork. You will find vendors selling handcrafted jewelry, pottery, glass, clothing, purses, wood-turnings, furniture, sculpture, photography, paintings, garden art, and more. You will find food trucks and even a blacksmith demonstration in Whitmore Park. Plus with Mother’s Day just a week away, its is the perfect place to find mom a unique and original gift.

All the restaurants in the festival area will be setting up cafes on West Street, so its easy to take a break and enjoy some good food at the festival. Several of the restaurants also host entertainment indoors during and after the festival including Ramshead Tavern, 49 West Coffeehouse and Gallery and Tsunami. Also new this year will be the Great Frogs Wine Garden located next to Stan and Joe’s Saloon. Here you will be able to sample wines made in Annapolis and purchase wine by the glass or bottle.

Performers throughout the festival will be showcasing live music, dance, theater in 4 free performance stages including, Weisman Park near the Visitors Center which is s a good spot to relax in the shade, the Garrett Park Guitars Stage in the wine garden next to Stan and Joe’s Saloon, City Gate Park and the Jeremy Ragsdale Sound Studio Stage in Whitmore Park. For the kids there is face painting and a balloon artist.

Plus there are several galleries with new exhibits in the Annapolis Arts and Entertainment District to check out, including Nancy Hammond Gallery, Fin Art, Whitehall Gallery, The Annapolis Collection Gallery and Art Farm. Stop in the visitors center on West Street for a map of all the art galleries.

The First Sunday Arts festivals are conveniently located in downtown Annapolis on West Street and Calvert Streets where parking is a breeze. There is 5 parking garages including Whitmore and Gott’s parking garages located on the festival grounds and Knighton, Loews and the State Parking Garage within a 1 to 3 block stroll from the festival. Plus with so many Annapolis’ locals attending the festival, many just walk or bike in from the surrounding downtown Annapolis communities of the Historic District, Murray Hill, Presidents Hill and Clay Street. The high numbers of locals attending also means you will find a lot of friendly pets joining their families at the First Sunday Arts Festivals.

To accommodate the ever growing festival attendance the festival will again start this year at 11am instead of noon. This years festivals will be on the first Sunday of each month from May to November with a bonus festival on the first Sunday of December called the Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival.

Admission to the First Sunday Arts Festivals is always free, so bring your friends and family to spend a day out on the town. Free parking is available at the State Parking Garage located at 19 St John Street. First Sunday Arts Festivals will be Sunday May 1, June 5, July 3, August 7, September 4, October 2, November 6 and December 4 from 11am to 5pm.

The First Sunday Arts festivals are sponsored by the Inner West Street Association, Great Frogs Winery and managed by Evans Management LLC

For more information and updates visit www.firstsundayarts.com

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