Bill Baldwin / Bill and Sue Baldwin Leather

leather

Hometown: Lynchburg, VA

For nearly his entire life, Bill Baldwin has been creating beautiful leather garments and accessories. Specializing in belts and masks, Bill and his wife Sue have been perfecting their craft for more than 40 years. Their leather masks are hand-cut and formed from single pieces of leather dyed in vibrant colors and molded while wet, making them perfect for your next costumed gathering or show. If you’re looking for function, their durable belts offer a secure and comfortable fit, coming in a variety of sizes and styles for people of all ages.

After studying art at Lynchburg College in Virginia, Bill spent several years in the mid-1970s plying his trade by selling leather and metal wares in Washington, DC as a street vendor. It was during this time that Sugarloaf Craft Festivals was formed, and Bill and Sue have been regulars at Sugarloaf from the very beginning. Through decades of evolution and growth for one of the nation’s largest craft festivals, Bill and Sue Baldwin Leather has been a constant. After seeing their work in person, you’ll why they’re always invited back.

Melissa Ball Feather Painting

Fine Art

Hometown: Greencastle, PA

Artist Website

Oksana Ball / WoolPictures

Fine Art

Hometown: Hoboken, NJ

Hailey Banda / Hailey Banda Ceramics

pottery / ceramics

Hometown: Brookeville, MD

Artist Website

 

Ihor Barabakh / Severyn

textiles & fashion design

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

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Lee Baratier Toile

textiles / Home DéCor Fiber

Hometown: New York, NY

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Brook Barboza

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Hannibal, NY

Nature is a strong inspiration for upstate New York-based jeweler Brooke Barboza. She hand forges each piece to make unique works of art. Her handcrafting techniques ensure that each piece is truly unique, though it may be part of a series with a theme, such as moths or leaves. With her use of nature themes, Barboza hopes that each piece will make the wearer feel a connection to nature.

Each piece is made with metals such as sterling silver and gold. She also uses gemstones, precious and semi-precious stones to accent her pieces, such as tourmaline, citrine and pearl. Nature is present in many of her pieces such as the wisp of cattails growing in marshes, or the full open wingspan of a moth dotted with stones that shape the body. 

David Barclay

wood / wood turning

Hometown: Bergen, NY

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R. Dean & Gloria Barkley / Michigan Made Metal

Metal Sculptures & Collectibles

Hometown: Hartland, MI

 

 

Heidi Barron / Barron Glass Design

glass / other

Hometown: Ada, MI

Artist Website

 

Amy Barry / Amy Barry Designs

textiles / quilts, comforters & home design

Hometown: Shelburne Falls, MA

 

 

Matthew Bartik / Fork Art

Metal Sculpture & Collectibles

Hometown: Bergen, NY

Artist Website

 

Pamela Bartl / Jesamie Handwovens

textiles & fashion design / weaving & knitting

Hometown: Chambersburg, PA

Artist Website

 

 

 

Randy Bartlett / Randy’s Candies

Specialty Food - Candy

Hometown: Frederick, MD

Artist Website

 

Kali Basi / Kali Basi Designs

textiles & fashion design

Hometown: Yelm, WA

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Barbara Bass

Textiles & Fashion Design / clothing

Hometown: Phoenix, AZ

John Baun / Baun Galleries

wood / sculpture & collectibles

Hometown: Buffalo, NY

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Margaret Barth / Greenbleez

Soft Sculpture

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

 

Roberta & Dan Beason / Love and Lace

Textiles / Clothing

Hometown: Oceanside, CA

Artist Website

 

 

 

Mary Lou Becker / Floating Leaf / Hello Mary Lou

Functional Wood

Hometown: Franklin, TN

 

 

 

 

Kirby Beard / Freestone Millworks, LLC

Functional Wood

Hometown: Norristown, PA

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Patricia Beard / Pat Beard Handwovens

textiles & fashion design / clothing, weaving & knitting

Hometown: Greencastle, PA

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Brian Beckenheimer / Clays of Our Lives

Pottery

Hometown: Baltimore, MD

For nearly 40 years, Brian Beckenheimer has been wowing pottery enthusiasts in Baltimore and all along the East Coast with his ceramic artistry. Using artisan techniques first learned apprenticing in Boston and perfected at Martha’s Vineyard, Brian’s functional stoneware begins simply enough by throwing clay on a pottery wheel. From there, he uses master-level glaze effects to create stunning color and style. From teapots and Saki sets to vases and bowls, any of his pieces will look right at home on your shelf.

After spending 27 years running the pottery store As the Wheel Turns and traveling to art shows, Brian took some time offer from the kiln. But artistic passion never truly dies, and in his newest venture, Clays of Our Lives, he continues to craft the same wonderful ceramics he’s always been known for. As a longtime regular at Sugarloaf Crafts Festival, Brian is a welcome part of any show, as his fans and customers flock to his latest creations. With one visit, you’re sure to be a fan as well.

 

 

 

Traci Beden-Tambussi / Mud Alley Pottery

pottery & ceramics

Hometown: Cherry Hill, NJ

Ever since she was in high school, Traci Beden-Tambussi has been working with clay. After being introduced to pottery in 1975, she went on to earn a BFA in clay from Tennessee State University, and has since spent more than 30 years making functional and decorative ceramics while teaching the art at various schools and workshops. She now offers instruction through her studio Mud Alley Pottery, and her work is displayed at museums, galleries and craft shows through the Mid-Atlantic and Midwestern U.S.

Traci’s believes that people’s surroundings have a profound effect on them, and her work is constantly evolving in response to new influences. After many years of porcelain and stoneware that owed their style to the Oriental philosophy of clean and understate simplicity, she began adopting a more textured look, and she has recently incorporated more nature themes. Her bowls, kettles, vases and other pieces feature a number of soothing colors and majestic patterns, and some even use real leaves for an authentically unique design. Come see the beauty and mastery of four decades’ work at a Sugarloaf Crafts Festival near you.

Josef Belchatovski / Exotic Water Sculptures

Metal Sculpture & Collectibles

Hometown: Millersville, VA

 

William Bell / Bell Gallery and Garden, LLC

Photography

Hometown: Floyd, VA

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Suzanne Bellows / Blue Palms Fiber Art

jewelry / non precious

Hometown: Valrico, FL

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Fernando, Melody & Mel Benally

Jewelry / Gold & Silver

Hometown: Santa Fe, NM

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Gary & Michelle Bender / Dixie Bags

Textiles / Fabric Bags

Hometown: Danville, VA

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

Marijke Benedict / Stijfselkissie

textiles & fashion design / silk

Hometown: Allenwood, PA

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Iris Benjamin / BR Blends, Inc.

specialty foods

Hometown: Monkton, MD

Artist Website

As a proud distributor of Gourmet Blends, Iris Benjamin and BR Blends are dedicated to their mission of bringing you the finest balsamic vinegar and infused olive oils known to mankind. Their artisan-made, 100% pure balsamic vinegar is produced and barrel-aged right in its native land of Italy, then imported to the U.S. from the city of Modena. This premium vinegar gets richer and sweeter as it ages, losing its acidity for a delicacy to be enjoyed at any dinner table. Iris has numerous flavors available that will satisfy and palate, from traditional to dark chocolate to sriracha mango.

Their olive oils are to die for as well, infused with herbs and fruits that will delight your taste buds. Whether you’re looking to add something more to your entrée, salad or dessert, oil and vinegar will never be the same. As part of their commitment to your taste sensation, Iris is always releasing new recipes and other great ideas for enjoying your newest discovery. Visit him at Sugarloaf Craft Festivals to try the best balsamic vinegar available or just talk cooking.

 

 

 

Pamela & David Berari / Feathers, Fins & Fur, Inc.

misc. / sculpture & collectibles

Hometown: Ortonville, MI

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Fred Berckefeldt / Leonard Mountain, Inc.

specialty foods

Hometown: Leonard, OK

Artist Website

Fred Berckefeldt founded Leonard Mountain in 1992 with the goals of making delicious gourmet food and providing great customer service. For the past 25 years, his business has grown and grown, constantly offering new products that are conceived, created and manufactured at their rural Oklahoma facility. From quality food selection, to customized packaging, to offering employment in an area where many can’t drive to the city for work, Fred has been committed to doing gourmet his way.

Leonard Mountain is best known for their award-winning dry soup mixes that are high in nutrition and low in prep time, along with their hand-stuffed queen olives filled with everything from almonds to bleu cheese. With other delicacies that include chili, fruit and vegetable dips, pasta salads, breads and hot sauces, there’s something for everyone in the Leonard Mountain kitchen. Whether you’re looking to fill your own pantry or choose the perfect gift for a friend, stop by the Leonard Mountain booth at a Sugarloaf craft show to meet Fred and sample some of the finest packaged artisan food.

 

 

 

Barbara Berman / CRAFTIBARB

textiles & fashion design / fabric handbags

Hometown: Sanford, NC

Artist Website

For more than 20 years, Barbara Berman has been crafting handmade, one-of-a-kind handbags for people of all ages. These fashionable purses, totes and packs feature vibrant colors and accessorizing beads that add the perfect amount of flair. The nature-based designs feature a variety of animals and plant life, and whether you want to showcase a mellow or bombastic spirit, Berman has something that fits your personality. Each bag is machine washable and guaranteed for her lifetime.

From her hometown of Sanford, NC, Berman was working as an interior designer when she bought her first sewing machine. With a newly inspired passion, she formed “Craftibarb” in 1995 and is now a regular at Sugarloaf Craft Festivals throughout the region. Her artistic creativity is highlighted by her choice of fabrics, using velour, silk, upholstery fabrics and more for the perfect combination of texture, color and style. Her unique totes are perfect for use as knitting bags, beach bags, baby bags and more. Come meet Barbara at a Sugarloaf festival near you and check out her amazing selection!

 

 

 

Bernardin Shengzhu

Textiles / Mixed Media

Hometown: Torrington, CT

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Nancy Berry / Decorating Impressions

misc. / sculpture & collectibles

Hometown: Lake Worth, FL

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Scott Berry / Berry Goldsmiths

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Ann Arbor, MI

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Tom Billone / Thomas Photography

photography

Hometown: Centreville, VA

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Sue & Ray Binetti / Glass Crafters

glass / leaded

Hometown: Sparrows Point, MD

 

 

 

 

 

Allen Bjorkman / Allen Ye Printmakers

Paintings, prints & fine art

Hometown: Oswego, NY

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

Sherry Blais / Sheryl Blais Studios

Jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Westhampton, MA

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

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Carol Bloomgarden / Poetic Art Micrography

Etched Glass

Hometown: Trumansburg, NY

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Adrienne Blum / Adrienne Blum Enamels

metal / enamels

Hometown: Earlysville, VA

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

Ryan Boase / ReAcoustic

Miscellaneous

Hometown: Greenville, SC

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Susan Bock

Fine Arts

Hometown: Gum Spring, VA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Bodnar / Chef Folio

MISC / mixed medium

Hometown: Sabillasville, MD

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Richard Bond / Richard Bond Artist

glass / mixed medium

Hometown: Ottawa Ontario, Canada

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Ricky Boscarino / Luna Parc

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Sandyston, NJ

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Daniel Bostic / Alli’s Art Corner

Fine Arts

Hometown: Natural Bridge Station, VA

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Judy Ford and Stacie Bourne / Gourmet Creations

specialty foods

Hometown: Whitehouse Station, NJ

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Mary Ann Bowden / Quilts by Mary Ann

textiles & home design / quilts & comforters

Hometown: Crozet, VA

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kelley Bowers / Angels of Heart

paintings, prints & fine art

Hometown: Point Pleasant, NJ

Artist Website

The love of an angel is pure and eternal. That’s why Kelley Bowers’ Angels of Heart wooden angel wings plaques make such incredible gifts for loved ones and inspirational reminders in the home. These beautiful pieces are made from a wooden base with sculpted angel wings added to create striking texture and depth. Many also feature beautiful quotes or inspiring words that bring joy, love or healing to those who need it. Bowers has also crafted specialty angel wings for weddings, new babies and those who are grieving or going through a difficult time.

Each of the pieces in the Angels of Heart collection is handcrafted and numbered by Bowers. No two of these heartfelt works of art are exactly alike, making each one perfectly unique and special. View the complete collection online or see some firsthand by visiting Bowers at a Sugarloaf Crafts fair.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christina Boy / Christina Boy Design

Wood

Hometown: Madison, VA

Artist Website

Christopher Boyd / Boyd’s Cardinal Hollow Winery

Specialty Food

Hometown: North Wales, PA

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John Boyett / Canton Glass Works

glass / blown

Hometown: North Canton, OH

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Julia Brandis / Julia Brandis Glassworks

glass / leaded

Hometown: Westminster, VT

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Joy Brathwaite Photography

Photography

Hometown: Alexandria, VA

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Pat Brazill / Pat Brazill Chain Jewelry llc

Jewelry - Gold & Silver

Hometown: Westwood, MA

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Robin Brickell / Reloved Fabrics

Textiles / Accessories

Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA

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Bill & Claudia Britz

Specialty Food

Hometown: Winchester, VA

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Deborah Brodie / Dor L'Dor

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Rockville, MD

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Colleen Dougherty Bronstein Designs

Metal / Mixed Media

Hometown: Yardley, PA

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Aaron Brown / Aaron T Brown

Metal Mixed Media

Hometown: Lyndeborough, NH

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Karen Brown / Karen Brown Fine Jewelry

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Berkeley, CA

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Larry & Brenda Brown / Larenda Designs

Textiles / Fabric Bags

Hometown: Vacaville, CA

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Sara Brown & Brendon O’Conor

Fine Arts

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

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Suzanne Bruhn / TimbertikiTraditions

textiles & fashion design / clothing

Hometown: Newmanstown, PA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Judith Brumbaugh / Brumbaugh's Delights

Specialty foods

Hometown: Williamsburg, PA

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Carla Bruno / Carli Bruno Leather

leather

Hometown: Norwalk, CT

Artist Website

If you have a funky, creative sense of style, you’ll love the show-stopping jewelry and accessories from Carli Bruno Leather. Based in Norwalk, CT, Bruno crafts each leather piece using a contemporary fusing method. This process involves layering thin sheets of hand-painted glass, which then take on a colorful and exciting look as they are fused in the kiln. Then, those glass pieces are paired with Argentinean leather to create memorable designs. In some cases, additional materials are incorporated as well, such as wood, chamois, metals and stones. The resulting one-of-a-kind pieces are something you’ll cherish for years to come as a standout piece of your wardrobe.

In addition to luxurious Argentinean leather jewelry, Carli Bruno Leather also has a number of fun and practical accessories for sale, such as leather totes, wristlets and sandals. These colorful and artistic items make wonderful gifts for loved ones. See Bruno’s incredible leather pieces firsthand and learn more about her unique creative process by visiting a Sugarloaf Craft festival.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Vicki Byrd / HVQ Byrd

Metal Sculpture & Collectibles

Hometown: Pocono Summit, PA

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George & amy Bulick / Tommy’s Jerky & Smokies

Specialty Foods

Hometown: Negley, OH

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Tom Burns / Tom Burns Jewelry

jewelry / gold & Silver

Hometown: Westminster, VT

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Alan Burslem / Alan Burslem Pottery

pottery & ceramics

Hometown: Fall Oaks, PA

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Joanne Burtaine / KOLDARE Designs

jewelry / other

Hometown: Emmaus, PA

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Deborah Butts / GWC Artwork & DButts Fine Art

jewelry / other

Hometown: Spring Grove, PA

Artist Website