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The Marshall Handmade Market is something special among holiday shows. This November 19, from 10:00 to 5:00, you can shop your heart out while enjoying a peek into the eclectic Marshall High Studios on Blannahassett Island, touring resident artist studios and taking in the work of local artists, designers and craftspeople handpicked by the artists of MHS.

The renovated high school from 1929 sits in the middle of the French Broad River and has attracted an interesting mix of creative people. For the past eight years MHS artists have come together to organize and present one of the most popular shows in the area. The exhibition showcases over 50 artists and fine craft artisans from Western North Carolina as well as gourmet food artisans, handmade soap and apothecary arts. The organizers take great pride in focusing attention on Madison County artists as well as emerging artists from the surrounding areas.

In the Gallery and Exhibitors sections below you’ll find last year’s fine artists and craftspeople. Check back for an updated list of exhibitors for this year’s market!

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marshall high studios artists

Beth Cefalu, Studio 206, Painting and Drawing

Morgan Santander, Studio 203, Painting and Drawing  morgansantander.com

Hunter Stabler, Studio 110, Multimedia  hunterstabler.com

Francesco Lombardo, Studio 110, Painter  francescolombardo.com

Garius Hill, Studio 100, Musician

Greg Olson, Studio 100, Musician

David Hughes, Sudio 213, Old American Music  oldamericanmusic@gmail.com

Ken McLeskey, Studio 101, Painter  kenmcleskey.com

Julie Covington, Studio 103, Covington Pottery  covingtonpottery.com

Asia Suler, Studio 107, One Willow Apothecaries  onewillowapothecaries.com

Maggie King, Studio 109, Ceramics

Scot King, Studio 109, Leather Design

Rob Pulleyn, Studio 105, Sculpture

Roberta Allen, Studio 202, Printmaking and Mixed Media  rallenart.com

Esther Moriarty, Studio 209, Weaving and Fiber Arts

Miranda Heidler, Studio 209, Weaving and Fiber Arts  etsy.com/shop/wildbergamotcraft

Charity Cimeron, Studio 209, Weaving and Fiber Arts etsy.com/shop/thelongredthread

Amber Jensen, Studio 106, Designer  sketchbookcrafts.com

Duane Gibson, Studio 204, Massage Therapist

Annie Schermer and Channing Showalter, Studio 210, West of Roan ~ Puppetry and Music

 

invited artists

Krista Allison, Canoo Plush Toys  canoo.etsy.com

Jess Ames, Photography  instagram.com/jessamyames

Linda Azar, Metalsmith  lindaazarmetalsmith.com

Victoria Baker, Still Water Deep, Jewelry

Annie Fain Barralon, Painting and Book Arts  afainbooks.com

Anja Bartels, Ceramics, Porcelain  anjapottery.com

Patti Byrd, Leather Craft

Elizabeth Carrington  elizabethcarringtonart.com

Daphne Cohan, The High Fiber Co., Screen Printed Textiles  thehighfiber.etsy.com

Frank Dapkus, Hand Turned Wood Vessels  autumnwoodturner@gmail.com

Nancy Darrell, Woodcut Prints  nancydarrell.net

Katherine Goodson, Dream Silks by Kathy Goodson  kathygoodson.com

Margaret Goodson, Jewelry  gritgoods.etsy.com

Katherine Graham, Katherine Graham Raku  katherinegrahamraku.com

Candice Hensley, Ceramics  candice.hensley@gmail.com

Deb Karash, Jewelry  debkarash.wordpress.com

Brendan Lafferty, Handmade Benches

John Lara and David Trophia Designs, Jewelers/Metalsmiths

Lisa Mandle, Upcycled Clothing Designs  lisamandlestudio.com

Margaret McGinnis, Fork Mountain Handworks, Weaving and Fiber Arts

Barbara McGuire, Encaustic Painting and Jewelry  barbaramcguire.com

Julie Merrill, JL Merrill Metalworks  jlmerrillmetalworks.com

Brooke Metheny, Indigo Brown, Leather Design

Connie Molland, Rose Hollow Connections, Woodworker  rosehollowconnections.com

Josie Mosser, Illustration  abacuscorvus.com

Kristen Necessary, Starfangled Press, Print Making  starfangledpress.com

Sarah Owens, Handmade Dolls

Pegi Pike, Jeweler  etsy.com/shop/pegipikejewelry

Ali Reznikoff, The Silversmith Jewelry  thesilversmithjewelry.com

Luba Sharapan, Darn Pottery, Illustrated Ceramics  darnpottery.com

Melissa Weiss, Ceramics  melissaweisspottery.com

Cre and Brian Willis, Seven Feathers, Wearable Art

Mountain Man Preserves, Jams and Preserves

Wendy Stancil, Rising Flour Bakery

Green River Picklers  grpicklers.com

Ramble and Root  rambleandroot.org/

Tara Jensen, Smoke Signals, Hand Crafted Pies and Breads  smokesignalsbaking.com

Leslie Stillwell, Handmade Soap, Aromatherapy

Katie Vie, River Island Apothecary, Aromatherapy  katievie.com

Buchi Kombucha drinkbuchi.com

Pot Pie facebook.com/pot-pie

 

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We are pleased to invite you to apply as an exhibiting artist for the Marshall Handmade Market on Saturday November 19, 2016. This festive, annual event takes place the Saturday before Thanksgiving in historic, Marshall High Studios. Artists and craftspeople from the WNC area are invited to set up shop for one day in the large auditorium & hallways that make up our beautiful studio space. We sincerely hope you will join us to bring fine art and fine craft to our 8th Annual show!

The deadline to submit applications is August 15; booth preference is considered on a first-come first-serve basis.

Q  How do I apply to be in this show?
A  You can apply here.

Q  How are exhibiting artists selected?
A  There is a Jury process.

Where does my application fee and booth fee go?
100% of exhibition fees go towards advertising and promoting the market, we all work on a completely volunteer basis to put this market together.

Q  When will I know if I have been juried into the show?
A  You will be notified through email by September 1.

Q  What is the total cost of participating in the show?
A  The total cost is the non-refundable $10 application fee, and the booth fee. Booth fees vary from approximately $75-$110 for each artist.

Q  Is there anything new about the Handmade Market this year?
A  Yes, we are expanding our advertising budget to bring out more of a crowd than ever.


Lighting

The auditorium has a high ceiling with several windows, providing plenty of natural light as well as overhead house lights. The hallways have some windows as well as track lights that can be directed toward your display. Electricity is available to only those lucky enough to be near an outlet. Extension cords must NOT cross walkways where people can trip on them. Please do not overload outlets and bring as low-voltage lighting as possible.


By applying to be in our show you agree to the following:

Terms of Marshall Handmade Market

• Artist must be present and the primary seller during the entire duration of the Market. Artists are prohibited from breaking down before 5pm.  

• All art and craft work must be handmade, original and created by the invited Artist only. Seconds, discounted or “sale,” items are not permitted. 

• Artists are responsible for supplying their own display and sales material. 

• Cancellation Policy: In the event that an Artist needs to cancel their participation of MHM, they must do so in writing (to questions@marshallhandmade.com) by October 1, 2016 in order to receive a refund. After October 1, 2013 fees are non-refundable.

Artist agrees to hold Marshall High Studios & Marshall Handmade Market harmless for theft, damage, loss or injury against their property and/or person.