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Holiday Artist Market
City Hall Park

 

 

The 2021 BCA Holiday Artist Market takes place Saturday-Sunday, December 11-12, in Burlington's City Hall Park. The market offers a unique, contemporary, and diverse shopping experience that supports local artists.

 

With support from Love Burlington.

 


Participating Artists:

 

Forest City Designs, Todd Cummings

todd@forestcitydesigns.com 

https://www.forestcitydesigns.com/ 

IG: @forest_city_designs 

Forest City Designs creates travel prints, cards, and apparel using drawings and photographs created by the artist/owner Todd Cummings. These prints are inspired by Cumming’s favorite Vermont natural sights, eliciting warm, nostalgic memories for the state’s beauty, and the iconic Green Mountains. 

 

MJH Ayurvedic Body Oils, Marisa Hall 

marisa@mjhyanda.com 

www.mjhyanda.com 

IG: @mjhyogaveda 

MJH Ayurvedic Body Oils + Ritual Elixirs represent a unique offering to the Vermont community. Drawing from the owner’s background in Ayurvedic studies and herbology, they have crafted a line of nutrient-rich, nourishing body oils and topical elixirs that demonstrates a cross-cultural blend of Western and Eastern plant therapeutics. 

 

Edie & Glo, Kelly Hickey

edieandglo@gmail.com 

www.edieandglo.etsy.com 

FB: Edie & Glo  

IG: @edieandglo 

Edie & Glo makes upcycled clothing and accessories from vintage fabrics. Creating their own patterns, each hand-sewn creation is unique and well-made. With a range of 26 different types of items for sale, there is a wide selection of choices for shoppers. 

 

Cedar Tree Pottery, Jessica LaBonte 

cedartreepottery@gmail.com 

www.cedartreepotteryvt.com 

IG: @CedarTreePotteryVT 

Cedar Tree Pottery creates functional, wheel-thrown stoneware pieces including mugs, serving bowls, spoon rests, and vases. With hand-brushed glazes adorning the surface, these exceptionally crafted works that make excellent additions to any home. 
 

A Revolutionary Press, John Vincent  

arevolutionarypress@gmail.com 

Revolutionary Press creates original prints and cards that draw upon historical and contemporary thoughts, quotes, and poems and using a variety of traditional and experimental relief printing techniques. Pairing text with visual imagery on handmade paper, the artist creates each message with individual, hand-set type from 19th and 20th century typeface. Revolution Press rejects quick, contemporary digital imagery to embrace the rich detail and art of traditional typography.   
 

Rory Pots, Rory Shamlian 

roryshamlian@gmail.com 

www.rorypots.com 

IG & FB: @Rorypots 

Rory Pots is a small-batch ceramics business inspired by the human experience.  Evoking memories and everyday living, Rory Pots creates relatable pieces that invite individuals to hold, touch, drink, or eat from their finely crafted forms.  Consumers instantly connect with their simple, clean lines and stylish design. 
 

GB Fused Glass, Gabriele Baumann 

gamabaumann@burlingtontelecom.net 

www.gbfusedglass.com 

IG & FB: @gbfusedglass 

GB Fused Glass offers handmade glassware that contains bright, decorative patterns and colors culminating in clean modern designs. Baumann is inspired by her European heritage, nature, textiles, photography, geometric patterns, and re-occurring color themes. The result is both functional and beautiful, with glass bowls, plates, and votives in a variety of styles. 

 

Adler Ceramics, Adler Chris 

addie.chris@gmail.com 

IG & FB: @adlerceramics 

Adler Ceramics creates wearable and decorative ceramics that are entirely hand-built.  Based out of Burlington, VT, the artist enjoys using bright colors, soft textures, and impressions that represent spirit, joy, and creativity. Adler Ceramics aims to instill hope and positivity in buyers and the world with her work. 
 

Olivia Stone Jewelry, Olivia Glascoe 

oglascoe@gmail.com 

oliviastonejewelry.com 

IG & FB: @oliviastonejewelry 

Olivia Stone Jewelry makes hand-crafted botanical jewelry using pressed flowers and forest finds from Vermont. Using a press, the artist prepares the botanicals with a non-toxic epoxy resin that preserves the organic material while giving the work functional strength and durability. Metals including brass and 14K gold-filled wire, are used to form earrings and wall hangings that capture a preserved moment from nature.  

 

Cravn59 Jewelry, Meredith White 

cravn59@gmail.com 

etsy.com/shop/Cravn59 

IG & FB: @cravn59 

Cravn59 creates lightweight jewelry comprised of leather remnants and mixed metals. Using die cuts on a press or roller, Cravn59 cuts the leather into geometric shapes and individual patterns The artist combines the leather pieces with mixed metal such as brass, to create a finished product that is naturally beautiful. 

 

Stain Studio, Lindsay Damici 

stainstudioco@gmail.com 

IG & FB: @thestainstudio 

Stain Studio makes hand-dyed tie-dye apparel and accessories in a large array of sizes and styles. Focusing on an eco-conscious mentality, many raw materials are sourced from the manufacturer Allmade - an environmentally friendly company that manufactures their shirts from partially recycled plastic bottles. These shirts help lower our impact on the planet, and are also SUPER soft and cozy for all who wear them! 
 

Grooves and Grain, Alyssa Guyette 

info@groovesandgrain.com 

www.groovesandgrain.com 

IG: @groovesandgrain 

Grooves and Grain believes in slow fashion and sustainability, shown through their commitment to source leather from surplus supply and remnants from the upholstery industry. Grooves and Grain uses techniques such as patchworking, hand painting, and dying to transform each hide into something entirely new. The collection of work, spanning from bags and backpacks to small clutches and wallets, show a great love for the outdoors as well as for retro fashion. 

 

Amazing Vermont Calendars, Jonathan Hart 

jonathan@amazingvermont.com 

IG: @amazingvermontcalendars 

Amazing Vermont Calendars showcases the natural beauty of Vermont in calendars, plaque prints, and planners. With over 45 years of experience in photography, Jonathan has captured Vermont in all its seasons and colors. 
 

Moontan Creations, Lucy Jermyn 

loosegerm@gmail.com 

www.depop.com/jermyntwins 

Moontan Creations offers a variety of clothing and accessories, including thrifted and upcycled tees, dresses, bags, skirts, and handmade jewelry with a focus on gender and size inclusivity. Upcycled items are reworked through sewing, painting, bleaching, and embroidery to form unique and sustainable designs. 

 

Gosia Meyer Jewelry, Gosia Meyer 

gosiameyer@hotmail.com 

www.gosiameyerjewelry.com 

IG: @gosiameyerjewelry 

Gosia Meyer Jewelry offers delicate jewelry made of sterling silver, 14K Gold-Filled, Rose gold filled and 14K solid gold pieces accented by gemstones and freshwater pearls. All of her one-of-a-kind pieces are designed and made by hand in her Burlington, VT studio. 
 

Zoe Rae 

zobirdpottery@gmail.com 

www.zobirdpottery.com 

IG: @zobirdpottery 

Zoe Rae creates functional, handmade ceramics that bring beauty to your everyday life. Designed and produced by the artist, all creations are wheel-thrown in black, brown, and speckled stoneware that is inspired by the natural world and the artist’s local community. 
 

Dakin Fuller  

Email: karamtorres@gmail.com 

IG: @fine_forager 

Dakin Fuller makes original artwork that is designed to be accessible to our community and to appeal to a wide gamut of art lovers. Colorful work ranging from original paintings, refrigerator magnets, and drawings will be available for purchase in their booth.  
 

Amjed Jumaa Art, Amjed Jumaa 

amje570@yahoo.com 

https://vermontforall.com/amjedjumaa 

IG: @Amjed.Jumaa2185 

Amjed Jumma creates a variety of colorful paintings and prints that tell a dynamic story of the artist’s journey to America from his homeland of Iraq. Using bold, expressionistic brushwork, Jumma conveys themes that are both personal and universal.    

 

Found & Feral, Molly Bosley  

foundandferal@gmail.com 

www.foundandferal.com 

IG: @foundandferal 

Found and Feral makes minimalist brass jewelry inspired both by travel and Turkish metal techniques. The large array of designs and textures are a result of the artist’s love of history, textiles and architecture. Offering necklaces and earrings, this work makes a great gift!  
 

Malas & Mandalas, Laura Neal  

laura@malasmandalas.com 

www.malasmandalas.com 

IG: @malasmandalas 

Malas & Mandalas is a jewelry and wellness brand rooted in bringing mindfulness and intentionality to the forefront of everyday life. Inspired by a trip to India, Laura Neal began making gemstone jewelry such as necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and more.  

 

Hemlock Shop, Gina Glenbowski  

glenbowskig@gmail.com 

etsy.com/shop/thehemlockshop 

IG: @hemlock_shop 

Hemlock Shop offers hand-made stone jewelry made from crystals and precious stones. The creator of Hemlock Shop, Gina Glenbowski, wishes to share the healing powers of nature through her wares. Selling necklaces, earrings, bracelets, hair clips, keychains, magnets, and more, there is a gift for everyone! 

 

Barnes Made, Kaity Barnes  

kaity@barnesmade.com 

barnesmade.com 

IG: @barnesmade 

Barnes Made is the creator of artfully designed, aromatic, and gentle products. They make natural soaps, candles, beard oils, and salves that are great for all occasions.  
 

MTN GRL Studio, Zarabeth Duell  

zarabeth.duell@gmail.com 

www.mtngrlstudio.com 

IG: @mtngrlstudio 

Printmaker and painter Zarabeth Duell is the person behind MTN GRL Studio. Offering original artwork, earrings, ornaments, and postcards inspired by the natural Vermont landscape, this shop gives anyone the chance to take a little of the green mountain state home! 

 

New Century Woodworks, Adam Wager  

adamrwager@gmail.com 

newcenturywoodworks.com 

IG: @newcenturywoodworks 

New Century Woodworks is a company started by woodworker Adam Wager. Wager creates incredible hand-turned bowls, platters, holiday ornaments, bottle stoppers, and vases that look lovely in any home.  

 

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