First Sunday Art Festival Artists for July 3 2016

Posted in First Sunday Arts Vendors at 10:27 am by Administrator

First Sunday Arts Vendor list for July 3,2016

Shop for original handmade gifts and artwork at the areas premier arts festival

West Street
Name Vendor type

Carlos Zepeda Cozaana Jewelry
Susan Whitehouse Tres Jolie Designs Jewelry
Dave Hyde Dave Hyde Photography Photography
Mitchell Dickinson Painted Sky Alpaca Farm Alpaca Clothes,Soaps Acc
April Alayne April Alayne Illustrations
Julia Sclar Julia Sclar Pottery Pottery
Jeffery Oh Tree to Art Serving Boards
Ruth McGovern By the Bay Creations Driftwood/Nautical
Roberta Manly Mystic Silver and Glass Design Jewelry
Deborah Hines River Rock Glass Studos Glass Art
Jessica Michael Rhine Costal home and Body Soap/Candles/Towels
Laura Moore Laura Moore Designs Jewelry
el toro bravo
el toro bravo
el toro bravo
Diane Rison Grace at Work Jewelry
David Folio Folio Art Glass Glass Art
Amelia Arria Cityshapes Photograpgy
Steve Ulrich CR Stuff hats
Avner Ofer Avner Ofer Photography Photography
Joanne Tew Joanne Woodward Tew paintings on glass/Jewelry
Jennifer Roros Seaside Designs Dritwood / Pattet Art
Unique and Just right for you Jewelry
Marjorie Samero Step by Stepping Stones Stepping Stones / Tables
Neil Vosters Randalia Bee Hives Honey Beswax Products
Anthony Trusso Sleeping Dragon woodworks Cutting Boards
Suzanne Basta The Vintage Punk Jewelry
Trish Doty Trish Doty Brush and Watercolor paintings
Leaf Fitter
Rosemary Flood Paxis Place Pottery Pottery
Adiante Franszoon Fine Woodcarvings and Furniture Furniture
Ralph Daniel/Jean Downing Sungold Crafts Glass Art and Jewelry
William Phillips Kool Crabs Clay Crabs
Sarah Taylor Framing of the Shoe paintings/cards/prints
Chelsea Market Designs Jackie Skarzynski Jewelry
Ryan Herbstomer Autumn Summer wood art
Christopher Woods Waters Woods Wood Boat Sculpture
Manny Zeevi Painted Coins Jewelry
Nevan & Douglas Wise Printemps Pottery Pottery
Bill Wierzalis Italy in Color photograpy
Pete Carlson Olney Quality Woodcrafts Wood Art
Jon and Renee Nordstrom Sometimes Sleep Childrens Books
Samantha Zippilli Litle Lovely Life Baby Clothes Acc
Hallie Farley Graystone Handcrafted Jewelry Jewelry
Jackie Handley Jacqueline Handley Designs Clothes/Jewelry
Margaret Lewis Miniature Inspirations Felted Sculptures
Jeffery Avent-Garden Pottery Pottery
Lisa Kovatch Lisa Kovatch Pottery

Mary de la Requera Tempo Group wide variety
Elizabeth Ramirez Wimsey Cove Maps Maps
Hold New Business
Yandong Wong Yan’s Art Studio Metal Art
Alison Shriver Alison Shriver Designs papercutting/Silhouettes
Claire Guerra Twinkle Candle Company Candles
Barclay McCauley Barclay Soaps Soaps/ Balms Acc
Mary Donadoni Ogringo Originals Jewelry
Scott American Design and Build sponsor
Carey Yancey Precious Carlos Frames Frames
April Conley A Eliz Photography Photograpgy
Patricia De Los Rios Peruvian Trend Peruvian
Nathaniel Baddrer 36 Letters Photo Letter Art
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
Nikki Hutchison Vino Chateau Wine Boxes
Cedarwood botanicals
Silky Creations scarves

Great Frogs winery Wine
2nd Blocks of West Street and City Gate Park
Mark Wardlaw BNV Remodeling Furniture
Emily Lane Em’s Handcrafted of Maryland Soap/ Lotions / Balms
Regen Linn Alloyed Earth Jewelry Jewelry
Katia Baskina Kat Art paintings prints
Tish Mayne Kitchen Savers Sponsor
Judith Wallace Crystal Sage oils soaps
Cynthia Farrell Johnson Cynthia Farrell Johnson Fine Art paintings/cards/prints
Steve Rowlands Lat Long Studio Paintings/ Prints
Karen Forbes Beadquest Jewelry
Paula Schwenk Naptown Oyster Gifts Ornaments/Prints
Bernie Houston Sea Drift Sculptures driftwood sculptures
Alice Faber Alice Faber fine Art Paintings and Prints
Heather Reichard Blue Eyed Dragonfly Salvaged Mix Media Art
Priscilla George Priscilla George Fine Art Fine Art
John Grammer Art John Grammer Art sea life sculpture
Sheryl Schmidt Sheryl Schmidt Art Beach Art and Small Furniture
Marilyn Dimarco Resouled Reclaimed furniture Acc
Lynn McPherson Chesapeake Bay Christmas Santas and Ornaments
Ben May Ben May Clay Pottery
Yasmin Bowers YB Green Jewelry Jewelry
Picture Architect Photography
Brian Ellis Joe Joe’s Chicken Shack BBQ Sauce
Christina Goerner Goerner Gallery Paintings
Cat Dolch Arts & Carafes
Cat Dolch Arts & Carafes
Frank Deangelo LXN Prints and Glassware
Nivia Nutter Express Yourself Tye Dye Clothing
Kathy Mebus Two Sisters Seashell Designs Seashell Wreaths Acc
Bryan Costello Words Among Friends Fine Art

Whitmore Park

Tybar Middlekauf Wicked Rabyt Candles
Judith Rosazzo Sugar Lily Hair Bows Hair Acc
Jennifer Collins Edge Aerial Photography Photography
Laura Wolf Laura Wolf, Artist fine Art
Carla & George Lake Nu Sen La / B More Books Soap / Book covers

Diane Matter Simply D Designs Jewelry
Bart and Cindy Sherman John Barton Custom Crafts music instruments
Rosa Colibri Crafts Variety Handmade Crafts

Angela Lacey Beltway Merchandising Belts Hair Acc
Tim Dempsey The Art of Belle Jewelry/scarves/painted bottles
Tulia Levine Tigersoap Soap/lotions/balms
Alice Kimball Lost Marbles Jewelry

Military Sponsor
Christine Cots Christine Cots Face and Body Painting
Trevor Sitkoff Trevor Sithoff Drawing and Illustrations Drawings
Rachael Kondylas Open Eyes Press Linens
Kathleen Webber Willowbee Studio Fairy Doors Abodes Acc
Hope Shakya Inspired Fashions of Asia Asian Clothing
Beth Lee Sisters Salvage Shed Upcycled Home décor
Erin Kaltrider Erin Kaltrider Art and Design Artwork, Coloring books, soaps
Kari Thompson bird feeders
Stephen Cimino Azul Imports Nepal Crafts
Kemi Dickson Amaze Africa African Inspired Fashion
Katelyn Staubitz Hazel and Blu Stationary
Barhfitter Sponsor
Kristina Huddle Bozie;s Bags-n-Wags purses totes leashes
Mark Port Port Furniture Jewelry Boxes
Shawn Theron Scott Art Truck Paintings
Shawn Theron Scott Art Truck Paintings
Kona Ice snowcones
Eric and Laura MahaffeyAnnapolis Caramel Company Caramels
Jenna Petterson Calvert Kettle Corn popcorn
Chris Mead Salazan Chocolate Co Chocolate
Stephen Norberg Thunder Beast Root Beer
Mark Williams Williams Blacksmithing Blacksmith Shop
Fred Vanderveen Wood is Wonderful Wood Tables, Boxes, Frames
Joan Scherch The Ice Cream Lady Ice Cream
Joan Scherch The Ice Cream Lady Ice Cream

More information on the festivals at www.firstsundayarts.com

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First Sunday Arts Festival presented by Great Frogs Winery is packed with extra entertainment for July 3 2016, 11am-5pm

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 10:42 am by Administrator

Art and Entertainment will fill the air in the Annapolis Arts District on Sunday July 3rd from 11am to 5pm as the First Sunday Arts Festival celebrates with over 130 local and regional artists and crafters showcasing a wide range of handcrafted and original items made locally. You will find local artisan vendors on West Street between Church Circle and Lafayette Street and in Whitmore Park on Calvert Street selling handcrafted jewelry, pottery, glass, clothing, purses, cutting-boards, iron-work, wood-turnings, furniture, sculpture, photography, paintings, garden art, gourmet foods and more. This is the perfect place to find new items for your home and gifts for the special people in your lives. Plus buying “Made in America” is a great way to celebrate our nations birthday.

The day will also be packed with a wide variety of music with eight groups performing though out the day, plus face painting and balloon sculptures for the kids. The entertainment schedule includes showcasing some of Annapolis’ newest young talent, international touring bands from Buenos Aires and the best in local jazz, pop, funk and R&B music.

The Entertainment Schedule

Garrett Park Stage in the Great Frogs Wine Garden

11-1 Fast Eddie and the slowpokes 2013 WAMMIE nominated Best Blues/Traditional R&B Duo/Group
2-4 El Caribefunk Currently on tour from Buenos Aires bringing you some international flavor from Brazil

Weisman Park next to the Visitors Center

12-2 Fred Hughes Trio Local jazz trio that has performed at many of the regions top jazz festivals
3-5 Michael K. Pretty Big Deal . Songwriter with a variety of pop, rock, and alternative many of which have been placed in network TV series, MTV series, and premium channel (HBO, ShowTime, etc.) series. Michael K.’s original song “After the Rain” was used in the Tim Disney major motion picture American Violet (2008)

City Gate Park
2-4 Damian Keavney solo acoustic fingerstyle guitarist

Jeremy Ragsdale Voice Studio Stage at Whitmore Park

12-1 Daphne Eckman Annapolis based 14 year old songwriter
1:30-2:30 No Capes A 4 piece funk/indie rock band from Annapolis who love jamming and getting hot and spicy! They are currently promoting their new album, “Open Mind”
3-5 JRVS Presents: The Lead Singer! Student Showcase featuring students ages 12 to 18 from Jeremy Ragsdale Voice Studio. July’s performance will include music by Prince, Alessia Cara, Sara Bareilles, Bob Marley, Major Lazer, Calvin Harris, Adele, and John Lennon.

All the restaurants in the festival area will be setting up cafe dinning 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 during and after the festival including Ramshead Tavern with music on the back patio, 49 West Coffeehouse and Gallery with an art reception, Tsunami with gospel sushi and Reynolds Tavern with their movie night. Also new this year is 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.

There are several art galleries and museums with new exhibits in and around the Annapolis Arts District to check out, including Banneker Douglas Museum, ArtFarm, The Annapolis Collection Gallery, Whitehall Gallery, Nancy Hammond Gallery and Fin Art. Plus a new interactive experience Mission Room Escape that is now appearing on many peoples must do list. Stop in the visitors center on West Street for a map of all the art galleries, museums and attractions in downtown Annapolis.

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

The holiday weekend celebrations continue on West Street and the Annapolis Arts District on Monday the 4th with the July 4th parade starting on West Street at 6:30pm.

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. This years festivals will be on the first Sunday of each month through November with a bonus festival on the first Sunday of December called the Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival. First Sunday Arts Festivals hours are 11am to 5pm on Sundays July 3, August 7, September 4, October 2, November 6 and December 4 from noon to 5pm.

Please note that during the festival there is no vehicle traffic on the first block of West Street. The second block of West Street will be open to 2 way vehicle traffic but no parking on the second block of West Street. Please be patient in this area as we will allow people to drop off handicap persons needing to access the front of Asbury UM Church. There is free parking until 1pm on Sundays in Gott’s Court Garage and free parking all day in the State Garage

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

The Inner West Street Association sponsors additional community focused events and organizations including Sunday Gospel in the Park, Dixie Hotel Thursday Night Jazz, Dinner Under the Stars, Annapolis Fringe Festival, the Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival and the Annapolis Arts District.

For more information and updates visit www.firstsundayarts.com

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