05.22.16

First Sunday Arts Vendors for June 5, 2016

Posted in First Sunday Arts Vendors at 10:24 am by Administrator

This will be the largest First Sunday Arts Festival in our history. For June we are partnering with Paint Annapolis and will have 200 artists and crafters for you to shop. Check out below who all is scheduled for June 5th

West Street
Vendor Vendor type

Rosemary Flood Paxis Place Pottery Pottery
Katie Bellin East Coast Mermaids Glassware
Chelsea Market Designs Jackie Skarzynski Jewelry
April Conley A Eliz Photography Photography
Sallie Oterasek Woodscape Art Wood Wall Sculptures
Tom Anderson Old Dog Sewing Bags/ Wallets
Deborah Hines River Rock Glass Studios Glass Art
Bridgette Hamilton 1429 MFG Furniture
Roberta Manly Mystic Silver and Glass Design Jewelry
Raymond Rouse The Red Tile Chess Sets
Jennifer Roros Seaside Designs Dritwood / Pallet Art
Pat McDuffie Perfectly Bazaar Stained glass
Jessica Michael Rhine Coastal home and Body Soap/Candles/Towels
Laura Moore Laura Moore Designs Jewelry
el toro bravo
el toro bravo
el toro bravo
David Folio Folio Art Glass Glass Art
Dave Hyde Dave Hyde Photography Photography
Steve Ulrich CR Stuff hats
Ruth McGovern By the Bay Creations Driftwood / Nautical
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Nevan & Douglas Wise Printemps Pottery Pottery
Joanne Tew Joanne Woodward Tew paintings on glass/Jewelry
Jennie Quattrocchi The Owl Coves Cards/Ornaments/Prints
Heather Reichard Blue Eyed Dragon Fly Vintage Art
Shelly Winokur Shell’s Formula skincare
Dianne Hirach Dos Gatos Artisan Jewelry Jewelry
Sarah Taylor Framing of the Shoe paintings/cards/prints
Anthony Trusso Sleeping Dragon Woodworks Cutting Boards
Trish Doty Trish Doty Brush and Watercolor paintings
Leaf Fitter
Christoper Waters Waters Woods Wall Boat Sculptures
Adiante Franszoon Fine Woodcarvings and Furniture Furniture
Mary Shultz Unique and Just right for you Jewelry
Janice Gallagher Janice Gallagher Designs Shell and Beach Designs
Neil Vosters Randalia Bee Hives Honey Beswax Products
Ralph Daniel/Jean Downing Sungold Crafts Glass Art and Jewelry
Gilbert Carey Gilbert’s Woodcrafts Wood Sculptures
Christine Bren Schmidt Christine Bren Schmidt Photography Photography
Manny Zeevi Painted Coins Jewelry
Mitchell Dickinson Painted Sky Alpaca Farm Alpaca Clothes,Soaps Acc
Stacy Duvall Soy Love Candles Candles
Sheri Weinhold SLM Gifts Metal Art
Sheri Weinhold SLM Gifts Metal Art
Sheri Weinhold SLM Gifts Metal Art
Sylvia Graf-Jones Simply Prima Popcorn/Jam/Nuts
Jackie Handley Jacqueline Handley Designs Clothes/Jewelry
Yandong Wong Yan’s Art Studio Metal Art
Adrienn Hruska Green Bands Head Bands
Lisa Kovatch Lisa Kovatch Pottery

Nathaniel Baddrer 36 Letters Photo Letter Art

Alexandra Porter Bow Wow Designs Pet Wear
Mary de la Requera Tempo Group wide variety
Alison Shriver Alison Shriver Designs papercutting/Silhouettes
Margaret Barnes Divine Planet Jewelry
Barclay McCauley Barclay Soaps Soaps/ Balms Acc
Claire Guerra Twinkle Candle Company Candles
Scott American Design and Build sponsor
Yvonne Torelli Yvonne Torelli Paintings / Prints
Gina Seebachan Be with the Playseum Floral/Butterfly Art
Patricia De Los Rios Peruvian Trend Peruvian
Sue Posey Poseys by the Sea Jewelry
Jancie Brock Janices Table Linens
Mary Jo Light Happy Metal Art Metal Art
Anne Taylor Parker Place rugs
Shannon Sterner/ Eric Roberge Sterner Art Company Face Painting / Painted Oysters
Hallie Farley Graystone Handcrafted Jewelry Jewelry
little adventure Clothing
Deanna Williams Handmade by Deanna Purses Handbags

Great Frogs winery Wine

Second Blocks of West Street
Mark Wardlaw BNV Remodeling Furniture
Emily Lane Em’s Handcrafted of Maryland Soap/ Lotions / Balms
Regen Linn Alloyed Earth Jewelry Jewelry
Cynthia Farrell Johnson Cynthia Farrell Johnson Fine Art paintings/cards/prints
Robin Beck Pet Wants Pet Treats/items
Katia Baskina Kat Art paintings prints
Ben May Ben May Clay Pottery
Steve Rowlands Lat Long Studio Paintings/ Prints
sprint Sponsor
Val Lucas Bowerbox Press Letterpress/ cards/flags
Catherine Dolch Arts and Carafes Original Art / Prints
Girl Scouts Art Project
Julio San Jose Naktru prints
Kathy Mebus Two Sisters Seashell Designs Seashell Wreaths Acc

Sheryl Schmidt Sheryl Schmidt Barnwood mobiles/paintings
Michael Pivec/Ashley GarlandReturning Tide Woodturnings/Jewelry
Priscilla George Priscilla George Fine Art Fine Art
Qingwei Sun Y and S Hand Craft Fork/Spoon Garden Art
Diana Dehoff Paintings with Repurpose Repurposed furniture

Whitmore Park
Fay Mauro Anne Arundel County Volunteer Center Non-profit
Tybar Middlekauf Wicked Rabyt Candles
Sherita Collins Mawahh Soap/lotions/balms
Maurizio Eusebi Alessandra Eusebi Jewelry Jewelry
Laura Wolf Laura Wolf, Artist fine Art
Scott Geib Studios Scott Geib Studios Function Art
Scott Geib Studios Scott Geib Studios Function Art
Jennifer Collins Edge Aerial Photography Photography
Mary Hatfield Ceramic Photo tiles
Michael Strickland M & D Gift Art
Tonya Arnold Tuff Swag Shirts Tees Socks
Madhatter Madhatter
Madhatter
Madhatter
Madhatter
Maritza Bhattarai Himalayan Accents Tibiet/Nepal Art
Judith Rosazzo Sugar Lily Hair Bows Hair Acc
Military Sponsor
Christine Cots Christine Cots Face and Body Painting
Terry Pool Terry Pool Design Jewelry
Diane Matter Simply D Designs Jewelry
Diane Matter Simply D Designs Jewelry
Esther Alva Etty’s Silver Jewelry Jewelry
Bathfitter Sponsor
Bob Paulding Bob Paulding Photography Photography
Tulia Levine Tigersoap Soap/lotions/balms
Hope Shakya Inspired Fashions of Asia Asian Clothing
Tish Mayne Kitchen Savers Sponsor
Stephen Cimino Azul Imports Nepal Crafts
John Balacki From the Good Earth Watercolors
Alice Kimball Lost Marbles Jewelry
Kathleen Webber Willowbee Studio Fairy Doors Abodes Acc
Shawn Theron Scott Art Truck Paintings
Shawn Theron Scott Art Truck Paintings
Chris Mead Salazan Chocolate Co Chocolate
Stephen Norberg Thunder Beast Root Beer
Eric and Laura MahaffeyAnnapolis Caramel Company Caramels
Joan Scherch The Ice Cream Lady Ice Cream
Joan Scherch The Ice Cream Lady Ice Cream
Mark Williams Williams Blacksmithing Blacksmith Shop
Fred Vanderveen Wood is Wonderful Wood Tables, Boxes, Frames
Brian Ellis Joe Joes Hog Shack BBQ Sauce
Denise Costello Words Among Friends Fine Art with Words
Crabtown Cuisine Food Truck
Crabtown Cuisine Food Truck
Sean Simmons Clear Elite Photography Photography

Circle Parking Lot behind Visitors Center
will host 80 Plein Air Painters from Paint Annapolis

If you wish to be a vendor at First Sunday Arts…Applications are on our website
For more information visit www.firstsundayarts.com

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05.10.16

First Sunday Arts Festivals presented by Great Frogs Winery June 5 2016

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 11:19 am by Administrator

First Sunday Arts Festivals presented by Great Frogs Winery
Partners with Maryland Federation of Art and Paint Annapolis 2016 for Sunday June 5th

Art will fill the air in Downtown Annapolis Maryland on Sunday June 5th as the First Sunday Arts Festival teams up with the MFA Gallery Paint Annapolis plein air event. Early Sunday morning of June 5th starting around 8:30 am 80 plein air artists will begin setting up their easels and painting throughout downtown Annapolis in a quick draw event. These 80 plein air artists will then gather at the First Sunday Arts Festival starting at 11am and joining the 120 festival artists and crafters to show and sell their just completed works of art to the art loving crowds at the First Sunday Arts Festival. The plien air artists will be set up in Weisman Park on west Street and the Circle parking lot behind the Visit Annapolis Visitors Center.

First Sunday Arts will also be expending starting June 5th into the second block of West Street. The festivals new foot print will expand it further into the Annapolis Arts District putting about 30 artisan vendors spaces in the arts district gives qualifying Maryland Artists the opportunity to apply for state tax credits when selling their art work. The new foot print of the First Sunday Arts festival in downtown Annapolis Maryland will be West Street from Church Circle to Lafayette Street, Whitmore Park on Calvert Street and the bonus area for June of the circle parking Lot behind the visitors center.

The First Sunday Arts festivals combined with the MFA Gallery’s Paint Annapolis event is expected to bring over 10,000 locals and visitors on Sunday June 5th to downtown Annapolis The festival will provide shopping opportunities from over 200 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.

All the restaurants in the festival area will be setting up cafes on West Street, and food trucks are set up by Whitmore Park, 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, Winebar & Gallery, Tsunami Sushi Bar and Loungeand 1747 Pub at Reynolds Tavern. 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 Voice Studio Stage in Whitmore Park. For the kids there is mad-hatter hat making, face painting, a balloon artist and artist demonstrations.

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

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 Annapolis Hotel 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.

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 hours are 11am to 5pm on Sunday’s June 5, July 3, August 7, September 4, October 2, November 6 with a bonus festival on Sunday December 4th called the Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival from noon to 5pm.

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

More information at www.firstsundayarts.com

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