Our Artisans and Vendors
“As a lifelong knitter, Marcia Stone became interested in spinning her own yarn several years ago. Under her Stone Spun label, she sells hand-dyed, hand-spun natural fiber yarns as well as knitted, felted and woven items at markets, on Etsy – and at Handspun in Irvington.
"Scott Kinzie is a Fine Art Nature and Wildlife Photographer. While many of Scott's images are from the midwest, he loves to travel and explore other photographic opportunities as well. Scott is a member of Art IN Hand Gallery in Zionsville. He also is a member of the North American Nature Photography Association and a past president of Photo Venture Camera Club in Indianapolis."
"When it comes to planting beautiful foliage on your property or picking the right additions to your existing greenery, BCS Landscape Design & BCS Soil Testing has a full selection of options on-hand, ready to go. Our extensive plant nursery in Clinton County, IN is filled with perfectly-cultivated flowers, shrubs, bushes and more, ready for their new home on your property. From perennials to seasonal shrubs and more, we stock it all!"
"Bev, The Basket Lady, has been weaving since 1988 and teaching since 1999. She loves to share the joy of basket weaving with those around me and have done so by teaching in Indiana, Illinois, Florida, Kentucky, Michigan, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and the Caribbean on the Basket Weaving Cruises. Making basket weaving fun, relaxing, and inspiring is her goal.
"Welcome to Heavenly Homemade! We’re Kate and Jordan, a mother/daughter team living in Flora, Indiana who have a passion for creating high quality handmade products for all of your pampering needs! Heavenly Homemade has been handcrafting products since 2020!"
"I love to draw and paint. I am a vendor for Kokomo and Russiaville’s farmers market. I am a mom of three and a nana to my favorite little guy. My only grandson. I have pet chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys and one spoiled little dog."
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"After earning a BA in art at IU in Bloomington, IN, Sharon Owens began a long term love affair with glass when she took a flame working class at Purdue in 1979. This led her to study in Florida, Illinois, Seattle, North Carolina , Germany, and Italy. As a Lafayette, IN native, Sharon Owens wanted the opportunity to share her passion, so she opened Inspired Fire Glass Studio and Gallery in 2002. Sharon promotes over 30 local artists and the studio offers an incredible place to work.
"Phil started beekeeping in 2011 after searching for answers with vegetable garden issues. In his search it turned out the problem was lack of pollination and lack of honey bees. Bees did help the garden, but then realized the problem with trying to save the bees from dying. · Now 10 + years late,r beekeeeping is a challenging, needed hobby and Phil maintains aprox 12 colonies, makes nucs for sale, makes new queens year to year and sells raw honey and wax. He also mentors other new beekeepers
"Amy Quinn is a 57 year vintage self taught welder . In her art she hopes inspires people to look past the object and see the true insides of the piece. For there is more to life than just what you first see."