07.16.17

Vendors at First Sunday Arts Festival August 6th 2017

Posted in First Sunday Arts Vendors at 7:03 pm by Administrator

Here is the list of Artists, Crafters and Farmers coming to the First Sunday Arts Festival on August 6th.
We look forward to seeing you, and your friends and family. If you know an artist that should be a part of this monthly festival please refer them to us. More information on the festival can be on on our Facebook page and www.firstsundayarts.com

 

First Sunday Arts Festival  Vendors for
August 2017
1st Block West Street
Name Vendor Type
Steve Miller Steven L Miller Words and Images Photography
Bryce Chamberlin Nauti Designs by Bryce Nautical home décor
Jackie Skarzynski Chelsea Market Designs Jewelry
Bev May Bev May Clay Pottery
Charles Mens Charles Mens Photography Photography
Deborah Hines River Rock Glass Studio Fused Glass
Julie Obrien Frosted Trash Jewelry & Shell Art
Julia Sclar Julia Sclar Pottery Pottery
Pablo Martone Relojearte Art from Watch Parts
Angela Lacey Beltway Merch Belts, Pet Collars, Acc
Jimmy Mann Mann Made Designs Wall Art
Jeffery Oh Jeffery Oh Woodworking Serving Boards
Robin Ogline Smashed Cereal Soaps and Jewelry
Laura Moore Laura Moore Designs Jewelry
Amelia Arria Cityshapes Photography Photography
Charron Letarte Crab Shack Design Laser Cut & Engraved Home Décor
Karina Ferrer A Little Loopy Accessories Bows Clips Headbands
Gilbert Carey Gilberts Woodcraft Wood Sculptures
Maritza Newman Maritza Silk Design Silk scarves and tops
Mary Shultz Unique and Just Right for You Jewelry
Ryan Herbstomer Autumn Summer Wood Art
David Folio Folio Glass Art Fused Glass
Maggie Lewis Miniature Inspirations Felted Sculptures
Davrill Nash Nash’s Fine Woodworking Furniture
Mary Jane O’Loughlin Ruby and Baby Books
Leaf Fitter Sponsor
Rich Kowalewski Island Time Crafts Nautical home décor
Hallie Farley Graystone Handcrafted Jewelry Jewelry
Marilou Burleson Painted Pet Pillows Painted pillows
Janice Brock Janice’s Table Linens
Holly Deutsch Blue Holly Jewelry Jewelry
Nevan & Douglas Wise Printemps Pottery Pottery
Samantha Yeager Salazon Chocolate Co Chocolate
Pete Carlson Olney Quality Woodcrafts Wood Art
April Murphy Always April Illustrations
Manny Zeevi Silver Star Jewelry Painted Coins
Bernie Houston Sea Drift Sculptures Driftwood Sculptures
Linda Dickinson Painted Sky Alpaca Farm & Fiber Mill Alpaca  Items
William Phillips Kool Crabs Pottery
April Goodman LegaSea Jewelry
Dani and Mike Brass Brass Crafted Woodworking
Ray Hart Rayhart Paintings
Jacqueline Handley Jacqueline Handley Designs Clothing Acc Jewelry
Michael Pivec /  Ashley Garland Returning Tide Wood,Homedécor,Paintings,Jewelry
Barclay McCauley Barclay Soap Soap
Claire Guerra Twinkle Candle Company Candles
Lizzie Bowersox Simply Bold Jewelry
Shirley Kirby Bleecker and Pacific Designs Hair Acc and Jewelry
Nathaniel Badder 36 Letters Letter Photo Art
Alison Shriver Designs Alison Shriver Designs Paper Cutting
Mary de la Reguera Tembo Group Various Artists
Ilka Werner Relaxpak Hot/Cold Packs
Neil Vosters Randalia Bee Hives Honey Beeswax Skincare
American Design & Build Sponsor
Cem Ozkok Old World Jewelry
Tybar Middlekauff Wicked Rabyt Candles
Patricia De Los Rios Peruvian Trend Alpaca Art
Dianne Hilsch Dos Gatos Artisan Jewelry Jewelry
Mary Jo Light Happy Medal Art Metal Art
Anne Taylor Cool Stuff at Parker Place Rugs
Seth Cranford Calvert Pallet Co Pallet Signs & Pens
Edward Faine Faine Books Books
Shannon Sterner / Eric Roberge Sterner Art Company Face Painting / Painted Oysters
Jeremy Holm Americorps NCCC
Lisa Khmaladze Maui Wowi Fresh Fruit Smoothies Food Truck – Smoothies
James Brown Buster Da Clown Balloons
2nd Block West Street
Scott James Lucky Bird Tattoo T-shirts, Artwork, Tattoo display
Regen Linn Alloyed Earth Jewelry Jewelry
Kathy Mebus Two Sisters Sea Shells Designs Shell Décor
Jennifer Reynolds The Bathing Raven Candles & Soaps
Kim Pernia Kimmings Jewelry Jewelry
Tish Coale Kitchen Savers Sponsor
Suzanne Basta The Vintage Punk Jewelry
Louise Windsor Moondance Cookies Cookies
Charlene Bell Velarae Designs Paintings and Drawings
Mark Wecht Naptown Fabric Studio Scarves, Quilts, Bags
Brian Ellis Joe Joe’s Hog Shack BBQ Sauce
Kate Gibney Lucid Arts Jewelry
Yunzhi Sun Frog Music Art Wind Spinners
Robin Conroy Heartfelt Mixed Media
Tom Anderson Olde Dog Bags, Wallets Artwork
Mara Balodis A&M Balodis Studio Bags, Hats, Acc
Priscilla Kennedy Taiko Designs Jewelry Jewelry
Cindy Berry Sullivan Cindy Berry Sullivan Paintings
Philip Ringenbach Paint Me! Paint Me! Sand Art, Toys, Clothes
Mary Hatfield Mary’s Ceramic Tiles & Coasters Tiles
Sarah Riffey Sprightly Finesse Gourds & Handbags
Janey Harrington Silk Creations by Janey Silk Art & Wearables
Victoria Lowe A Good Catch Watercolors
Janice Horoschak Abstract Couture Photography,Mixed Media
Mark Cottman Mark Cottman Paintings & Prints
Sherry Nikolich Nature’s Garland Dried & Silk Floral Designs
Whitmore Park
Danielle Powell Chesapeake Birth and Baby Baby Changing Station
Emily Lane Em’s Handcrafted of Maryland Soaps
Andrea Bretz Metal Worx Jewelry Designs Jewelry
Nicole Bracy Jewel Posse Jewelry
Melisa Dent Jewelry Designs by Melisa Jewelry
Kanda Harp Catch of the Day Designs Driftwood art
Kirsten Hines Kirsten Nature & Travel Photography
Michael Strickland M & D Craft Art CD & Vinyl Art
Richard Cermak Northwood Beads Jewelry
Cindy Kippax Kippax Decorative Art Stained glass
Linnette Morales Lau and Lin Designs Jewelry & Acc
Christine Weimer Dog Day Designs Home Goods & Furniture
Heather Brice Tropic of Capricorn Jewelry
Tamika Peters & Kenyatta Bolton Bolton Body Adornments Jewelry & Leather
Sonia Rocha Moon Jelly Bell Custom Mason Jars
Stephen Cimino Third Eye Supply Tibetan Art
Eric and Laura Mahaffey Annapolis Caramel Company Caramel
Casey Reeder C. Reeder Illustration Paper Cutting
Jenna Peterson Calvert Kettle Corn Popcorn
JoAnna Goldberg Freedom Boat Club Sponsor
Edward Heller Chocolate Moonshine Chocolate
Catherine Webb Springfield Farm Farmers Market – Eggs & Meats
Steve Rowlands Lat Long Studio Art Truck
Jean Scherch The Ice Cream Lady Soft Serve Ice Cream
Chris Okieffe Kona Ice Snow Cones – Truck
John Talman Crabtown Curbs Cuisine Food Truck
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07.14.17

First Sunday Arts Festival – Summer Edition on August 6, 2017

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 7:09 pm by Administrator

 11am to 5pm Free Admission
(Arrive early for the 1st Annual Annapolis Color Run)
Featuring over 130 Local and Regional Artists

On Sunday August 6th, West Street A.K.A. Annapolis Arts District is the perfect place to spend a summer day. The morning starts at 9am with the first annual Annapolis Color Run starting in front of the Loews Annapolis Hotel. This fun run / walk will raise money for several Annapolis non-profits including the Annapolis Arts District and the Boys and Girls Club. This 5k event tours communities along West Street and ends at Whitmore Park on Calvert Street.

The First Sunday Arts festival kicks off at 11am on West Street and Calvert Streets and don’t be surprised to still see runners from the color run event loaded in a rainbow of color walking and shopping at the festival. This festival gives you the opportunity to shop and buy American made from local and regional artisans, listen to great local band and eat at the food trucks and cafes along West and Calvert Streets.

The popular First Sunday Arts festival will not disappoint with 130 artisans providing shopping opportunities to delight everyone.  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 and made in the USA. There is also 2 new fashion boutiques along West Street for you to check out while you are at the festival. The new fashion boutiques are Cindy Loo Hoo’s Boutique located across from the Loews Hotel and Royalty 0.1.9 boutique located just past Nancy Hammond Editions and FinArt Gallery.

Performers throughout the festival will be showcasing live music at four free summer 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 on Calvert Street in Whitmore Park near the food trucks. The bands for August 6th include;

Weisman Park Stage
The Johnny Monet Band featuring John Ebersberger
Doc Pine & The Respect He Deserves

Stan and Joe’s Saloon Stage
The High and Wides
Spice Jazz and R&B

Whitmore Park Stage
Priddy Music Academy Bands

City Gate Park Stage
Gingerwolf

Also another new activity this month is the sinking submarine room at Mission Escape Rooms. This is their second new room added this year. Reserve time at Mission Escape and bring in a group of friends and family and see if you can escape this nautical challenge.

The First Sunday Arts festivals are conveniently located in downtown Annapolis on West Street and Calvert Streets where parking is a breeze. There are several parking garages next to the festival and events including Whitmore Parking Garage and Gott’s Court Parking Garage both located along Calvert Street, and the Loews Hotel Parking Garage and Knighton Parking Garage located on West Street  The Calvert Street Parking Garage located at 19 St Johns Street has free parking all weekend and is located within a two block stroll from the First Sunday Arts Festival. You can also take the new free Circulator Bus from downtown or Park Place to the First Sunday Arts Festival

Admission to the First Sunday Arts festivals is free, so bring your friends and family to spend a day out on the town. First Sunday Arts festivals for the 2017 season are on Sunday , August 6, September 3, October 1, November 5 and a special bonus festival on Sunday December 3rd 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.

The First Sunday Arts Festival is seeking new artist vendors.
Get more information on the festival at www.firstsundayarts.com and on facebook.

 

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