Sarah Brett Ceramics is a one woman show that celebrates the uniqueness and beauty in the female body. Each piece is hand-sculpted, so not one piece is the same as another, accentuating the beauty in each and every one of us.
Pinsporium offers pins for backpacks, jackets, and more. The designs would be of LGBTQ2+ representation, mental health awareness, animals, and modern catchy slogans. All pins are be made by Pinsporium, with many original designs to offer.
Broadstreetboosie is a local artist creating Philly themed merch for Philly fans to bond over. Broadstreetboosie’s merch includes pins, stickers, magnets, keychains, and other apparel.
I love sharing my passion for Philly and its’ legends. My wife and I moved to Jenkintown in 2018 and visited the festival of arts in 2019. That festival inspired me to start this business. Shortly after I bought an iPad and got to drawing. However, 2020 threw a wrench in the works. I leaned heavily on Etsy and Instagram to promote and sell my work, but we are both now excited to have a chance to join this festival. It honestly is a dream ~Mike and Jess Gazzara
Richard Kohn Art is a local artist who teaches resin and glass fusion at his studio (Art in the Pod) located in Churchville, PA. Richard will be displaying some of his finished Acrylic and Resin works in this festival.
The Keswick Experience LLC is a Vintage
Thrift Boutique that sells women’s and men’s clothing, shoes, handbags, accessories, art and some antiques. Our monthly event “Wine Down Wednesday,” is the first Wednesday of every month 5 pm-7 pm.
Complimentary wine and cheese board, featured instrumentalist or vocalist, featured local artist painting live. Hope to see you! More…
Shannon Cronin Art paints watercolor and acrylic representational works–including landscape, still life, and part portrait–that explore and communicate the privacy, clarity, and complexity of interior life. More…
Energy Revealed uses rough cut lumber, accenting the exposed grain with a variety of pigments to show the energy within the wood. It’s a process they have developed and are expanding into making tables.
Michele Stulman of Stulman Fine Arts was born in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania in 1984. She studied at Moore College of Art and Design and The University of the Arts, in Philadelphia.
Stulman is a local artist to the Philadelphia area and the Jersey Shore. She has shown in major galleries and has a work on file in The Philadelphia Free Library, titled “1992”. She is known for her plein air scenic paintings and works on paper using drawing and a variety of print processes, displaying realist studies of human interaction and nature.
She is influenced by the ever-changing beauty of sunsets. Splendid colors that splinter through an azure atmosphere with glowing clouds a top moveless meres of radiance and brilliant colors which lift the human spirit. Stulman reaches to capture and relay a higher feeling of peaceful brilliance in the world around us.
Festival Featured Items:
Michele StulmanStulman Fine Arts
“1992” Etching/Drypoint, The Philadelphia Free Library
“Michele Stulman” Leona P. Kramer Gallery, Elkins Park, PA-2019
“Works on Paper” More Than Old, Philadelphia, PA-2013