Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Who Is Your Favorite 2015 American Craftsmen Show Artisan?

2014 American Craftsmen Show Artisan Group Photo
I wish I could tell you mine, but there are too many wonderful artists to choose from.  If you love fine traditional and handmade arts and crafts, it will be tough to decide who you will want to talk to first. The American Craftsmen Show is the perfect place to meet and develop relationships with the finest traditional and handmade artists and craftsmen today.

The 2015 American Craftsmen Show is pleased to announce that the following fine artisans will be returning to this year’s show: Carole Bognar
(gourd pottery), Dan Coble (traditionally inspired painter), Marlene Coble (traditional painting), Mo and Kelly Dallas (Noah’s Arks), Pam Dalton (scherenschnitte or "papercutting"), Barbara Dull (self-taught weaver), Stephen Earp (traditional ceramics), Walt Fleming (tinsmith), Jeannine Happe (fiber arts), Debbie Hartwick (whimsical designs), Karen Hill (jewelry designer), Michele Hollick (floorcoverings), Paige Koosed (painting and woodcarving),  Larry Koosed (American folk carvings), Donna and Ted Kriebel (traditional folk art paintings), Sandy Malamed (applique quilts), Eve Marschark (women’s painted furniture), Leonard Marschark (tall case clocks), Kathy McDonald (chalkware), Diane Louise Paul (self-taught leather artisan), Rick and Denise Pratt (willow furnishings), Debbie and Donnie Rogers (intuitive visual art/sculpture), Greg and Mary Shooner (American redware), Steve Smithers (silversmithing), Peggy Thomas (ceramics), Karen Worthington (fiber artist), and Wendy Wubbels (silhouettes).

The American Craftsmen Show is also excited to announce the following new artisans joining this year’s show: Rob Lehay (Shaker boxes), Susan Daul (fraktur), and Shaari Horowitz (hand-hewn bowls).

Please take a look at our 2015 Participating Artisans Page to learn more about these artists. Also, please join the Facebook group Early American Folk Arts and Trades to follow these artisans and make up your mind which is your favorite. 


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