First Sunday Arts Festival Artist Vendors for May 7, 2017

Posted in First Sunday Arts Vendors at 7:53 pm by Administrator

Check out all the great vendors coming to First Sunday Arts, plus be sure to check back here closer to the festival because we will be adding even more great artists and crafters to the festival. If you are an artist or know an artist or crafter that should be part of the First Sunday Arts festivals please have them visit the website to get a vendor application at www.firstsundayarts.com

West Street    
Name Vendor Type
Linda Dickinson Painted Sky Alpaca Farm & Fiber Mill Alpaca Items
Debbie Mattes Resin8 Studio Contemporary Paintings
Jackie Skarzynski Chelsea Market Designs Jewelry
Tom Anderson Old Dog Recycled Sail Cloth Bags, Wallets
Joyce Anigo Puppylicious Gourmet Dog Treats
Julie Obrien Frosted Trash Jewelry & Shell Art
Julia Sclar Julia Sclar Pottery Pottery
Deanna Williams
 Handmade by Deanna
 Bags, Aprons, Acc
Yunzhi Sun Frog Music Art Wind Spinners
Marilyn Dimarco Resouled Maps
Stacey Duvall Soy Love Candles Candles
Mwanatumu Mbwana Bosa Modest Wear Clothing
Michael & Jessica Rhine Coastal Home & Body Towels, Soaps, Candles
Laura Moore Laura Moore Designs Jewelry
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Ruth McGovern By the Bay Creations Driftwood Sailboats & Nautical
Amelia Arria Cityshapes Photography Photography
Susanne Jett Annapolis Brand kids cloths
Maggie Lewis Miniature Inspirations Felted Sculptures
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Jimmy Mann Mann Made Designs Wall Art
Michael Privic Ashley Garland Returning Tide Wood Turnings, Home décor, Paintings, Jewelry
Holly Deutsch Blue Holly Jewelry Jewelry
Bernie Houston Sea Drift Sculptures Driftwood Sculptures
David Folio Folio Glass Art Fused Glass
Nevan & Douglas Wise Printemps Pottery Pottery
Dianne Hilsch Dos Gatos Artisan Jewelry Jewelry
Samantha Yeager Salazon Chocolate Co Chocolate
Trish Doty Trish Doty Brush & Watercolor Paintings
  Leaf Fitter Sponsor
Tracey Paez Board Mama Designs Pallet Home Decor
Hallie Farley Graystone Handcrafted Jewelry Jewelry
Gilbert Carey Gilberts Woodcraft Wood Sculptures
Alexandra Porter Bow Wow Designs Dog Acc
Lori Hawkins Glasscraft Designs Glass Sculpture
Sheri Weinhold SLM Gifts Metal Art
Sheri Weinhold SLM Gifts Metal Art
Sheri Weinhold SLM Gifts Metal Art
Jon and Renee Nordstrom Sometimes Sleep Paintings & Books
Adrien Hruska Green Bands Headbands
Ryan Herbstomer Autumn Summer Wood Art
Lizzie Bowersox Simply Bold Jewelry
Pam Garrett Paul Litell Mango Bay Design Scarves & Belts
Qingwei Sun Y and S Handcraft Metal Art
Sue Whitehouse-Evenson Tres Jolie Designs by Sue Jewelry
Cem Ozkok Old World Jewelry
Jacqueline Handley Jacqueline Handley Designs Clothing Acc Jewelry
Barclay McCauley Barclay Soap Soap
Claire Guerra Twinkle Candle Company Candles
Ross Swope Antique Repurpose ArtCraft Handmade Lamps and Tables
Mary de la Reguera Tembo Group Various Artists
Jeffery Stambaugh Avent-Garden Pottery
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Christine Cots Annapolis Henna Henna & Glitter Tattoos
Mary Hatfield Mary’s Ceramic Tiles and Coasters Tiles
Alice Kimball Lost Marbles Jewelry
Patricia De Los Rios Peruvian Trend Alpaca Art
  American Design & Build Sponsor
Sue Posey Poseys by the Sea Jewelry & Home Décor
Davrill Nash Nash’s Fine Woodworking Furniture
Kristina Huddle Bozies Bags-n-Wags  Dog Collars and Acc
Janice Brock Janice’s Table Linens
Mary Jo Light Happy Medal Art Metal Art
Anne Taylor Cool Stuff at Parker Place Rugs
Seth Cranford Calvert Pallet Co Pallet Signs & Pens
 Tybar Middlekauff  Wycked Rabyt
Shannon Sterner / Eric Roberge Sterner Art Company Face Painting / Painted Oysters
2nd Block West Street    
Joyce Anigo Puppylicious Gourmet Dog Treats
Brenda Evans Let it be Boutique Jewelry
Kathy Mebus Two Sisters Sea Shells Designs Shell Décor
Veleria Battle Sophisticated Letter Designs by Vee Letter Art
Kim Pernia Kimmings Jewelry Jewelry
Tish Coale Kitchen Savers Sponsor
Louise Windsor Moondance Cookies cookies
Mariko Iwata Miks Letterpress Cards, Mugs etc
Marcy Friedman Pillow Salon Handbags Pillows Acc
April Goodman Legasea Jewelry
Dani and Mike Brass Brass Crafted woodworking
Renee Green Le Chic Chapeau Hats
Robin Conroy Heartfelt Mixed Media
Tricia Eddis The Wooden Wolf Paintings, Mosaics
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Carolie Noyes Fun Fonts by Mimi Letter Art
Anthony Marcias / Larry Moore Potomac Candles Candle
Carolyn Sewer Cheyenne Coastal by MUB 3D Shell Wall Art
James Crawford Yesteryear Crafts Home Acc
Elizabeth Fortunato Scent Science Candles & Soaps
Chavela Bell Velarae Designs Paintings and Drawings
Whitmore Park    
Emily Lane Em’s Handcrafted of Maryland Soaps
Autumn Krebs Bayside Lotus Jewelry & Prints
Heather Brice Tropic of Capricorn Jewelry
Dina Jolley Dishar Designs Necklaces for Woman
Tamika Peters & Kenyatta Boilton Bolton Body Adornments Jewelry & Leather
Bryan Costello Words Among Friends Art with Words
Anette Caslano Aroma by Anette Bath and Body Care
Shirley Kirby Bleecker and Pacific Designs Hair Acc and Jewelry
Stephen Cimino Third Eye Supply Tibetan Art
Wayne Evans Dorway Designs Reclaimed Wood & Test Tube Vases
Bob Paulding Bob Paulding Photography Photography
Mathew Neady Jan Rugs Rugs


Annapolis Caramel Company Eric and Laura Mahaffey Caramel
Chris Okieffe Kona Ice Snow Cones – Truck
Chris Okieffe Kona Ice Snow Cones – Truck
John Talman Crabtown Curbs Cuisine Food Truck
John Talman Crabtown Curbs Cuisine Food Truck
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First Sunday Arts Festivals Returns May 7th 2017

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 2:59 pm by Administrator

11am to 5pm Free Admission
Featuring over 130 local and regional artists each month

Artists fill the streets starting May 7th as the areas premier arts festival series First Sunday Arts returns to the Annapolis Arts District. The fun starts at 11am on the first Sunday of each month as over 130 artists open their displays filled with art to the public. The day is also filled with free concerts and entertainment so there is something for everyone to enjoy.

The First Sunday Arts festivals bring thousands of locals and visitors to enjoy shopping directly from artisans during each first Sunday event starting on May 7th on West and Calvert Streets in downtown Annapolis, Maryland.  The festival provides shopping opportunities from over 130 local and regional artists and crafters selling their artwork from 11am to 5pm.  You will find  artisans selling handcrafted jewelry, pottery, glass, clothing, handbags, wood-turnings, furniture, sculpture, photography, paintings, garden art, and more.  This is the easiest and largest place to shop in the area for items hand made in the mid-Atlantic area.  Plus with Mother’s Day just a week away, its is the perfect place to find Mom a unique and original gift.

Nearby museums, galleries and shops give you a chance to explore the artsy side of downtown Annapolis. Checkout the Banneker-Douglas Museum, The Annapolis Collection Gallery, 49 West Coffeehouse, Winebar & Gallery, Whitehall Gallery, Nancy Hammond Editions, FinArt Gallery & Studios, Naptown Furniture, Sparrow and more. Take a game room challenge at Mission Escape Rooms or create your own artwork at Wine & Design and ArtFarm. For those looking to explore further into Annapolis stop by the Visitors Center on West Street for maps, tours and guide books.

All the restaurants in the festival area will be setting up outdoor cafes on West Street and food trucks are on hand, 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 Rams Head Tavern, 49 West Coffeehouse and Gallery and Tsunami.

Performers throughout the festival will be showcasing live music, dance, and theater at four free performance stages including, Weisman Park near the Visitors Center which is a good spot to relax in the shade, the main stage next to Stan and Joe’s Saloon, City Gate Park on the second block of West Street, and the Jeremy Ragsdale Sound Studio Stage in Whitmore Park.

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 parking garages including Whitmore and Gott’s Court parking garages located on Calvert Street, and the Loews Hotel garage on West Street all located right next to the festival. The Knighton and Calvert parking garages are located within a two block stroll from the festival. For those looking for a weekend getaway there are three hotels on the street to enjoy (Loews, O’Callaghan and Westin).

Admission to the First Sunday Arts Festivals is free, so bring your friends and family to spend a day out on the town. Free parking is available at the State owned Calvert parking garage located at 19 St John Street. First Sunday Arts Festivals for the 2017 season are on Sunday May 7, June 4, July 2, August 11, September 3, October 1, November 5 and with a special bonus festival on the first Sunday of December called the Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival.

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

For more information and updates visit www.firstsundayarts.com

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