Thursday, August 21, 2014

Today's Featured Vendor: Holly Hutchenson Stained Glass!

"Holly Hutchenson crafts in the traditional stained glass technique, using copper foil and lead-free solder. 

Her work references her interests in contemporary art, quilting, American folk art, and the mid-century aesthetic.

 She currently works out of her home studio in Somerville, MA and sells her glass at local craft and flea markets.


See you on September 6th!

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Today's Featured Vendor: Sam Paolini

"Dripping, swirling, purple puke, beasties, intestines, so many eyes, psychedelic nightmares and creatures of catharsis take form in posters, prints, buttons and one-of-a-kind wearable artwork. 

I hand silk screen, dye, and patch onto recycled garments. Each article is unique. 

Look out for mountains with buff arms, skulls with robot cats, devils of all shapes, and a proud goat dog."

Find Sam Paolini's Art Online!

See you on September 6th!

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Today's Featured Vendor: Firelight Pottery

"I am a potter and jewelry maker originally from the mountains of North Carolina where natural clay is found in abundance. 

 I remember as a child digging up clay and forming pots and dishes as I explored the beautiful mountains full of waterfalls and inspiration. 

My work is forever inspired by the beauty of nature."


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Monday, August 18, 2014

Today's Featured Vendor: Cinder & Salt!

"Cinder & Salt was founded in January of 2014 when I decided I needed freedom & transparency to be more than just words. After opening and running a small town boutique for 2 years I decided to close up shop & buy out my dad’s print studio. In order to truly lower the carbon footprint of my product, I wanted to control every aspect of creating it.

The name, Cinder & Salt, was inspired by the residue of a weekend well spent; the scent of campfire on your clothes and the taste of salt on your skin. I always aim to capture the essence of freedom and gratitude in my hand-drawn designs. Cinder & Salt also offers custom screen printing services and strives to serve folks with the same passion for eco-friendly, sustainable, transparent products.

Social enterprise is a guiding principal behind Cinder & Salt and I’m committed to donating 1% of every sale to Evergreen Design Co. EDC is a 501c3 nonprofit organization I founded in 2011. Our mission is to educate the community on, provide means to and promote a sustainable way of life through a focus on design."


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Friday, August 15, 2014

Today's Featured Vendor: Carré Sucré!

"Owned and operated by Belgians, Carré Sucré bakes authentic waffles (yeah, the ones with caramelized pearl sugar!). 

Satisfy your sweet craving with a Belgian treat."

Check out Carré Sucré online!

See you September 6th!

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Today's Featured Vendor: PhotographyMichael

"I enjoy photographing things in nature, both plant and animal.  My basic approach to photography is seeing what is in my mind's eye and transferring that to an actual image in the lens.  

My portfolio contains a wide variety of subjects including landscapes, architecture, macro, and wildlife.  There is beauty all around us in the natural world, we have but to look and see the wonders."

Find PhotographyMichael Online!
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Monday, August 4, 2014

Today's Featured Vendor: Boston General Store!

"Boston General Store has been slowly forming in my mind since I began spending summers with my Nanna in the Berkshires as a child. Most of my memories revolve around the two of us spending our time out in the garden wading our way through thorny bushes of raspberries. Our gear was old long-sleeved chambrays with mason jars tied around our waists.  Every year we used the same jars, ropes, and shirts.

Later we would move into the kitchen and make unbelievable raspberry jam.  She would use the same equipment every time, and seeing those pots and pans became just as much a part of my memory as the raspberries themselves. The idea that well-made products actually could last a lifetime and become stories in themselves always amazed me.

Our goal with the Boston General Store is to provide people with really great products that will last a lifetime and become part of creating happy memories like the ones I have of my Nanna."

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