Sugarloaf Craft Festivals Stops in Somerset, NJ - THIS WEEKEND!

Shop Sugarloaf Craft Festivals THIS WEEKEND in Somerset, NJ

Your Last Chance to Shop Sugarloaf in Somerset - we move to Edison, NJ Fall 2017!

FRIDAY & SATURDAY: 10A - 6P
SUNDAY: 10A - 5P
$8 ONLINE / $10 AT THE DOOR

KIDS 12 & UNDER FREE
FREE PARKING
OPEN RAIN OR SHINE

SUGARLOAF CRAFTS FESTIVAL
MARCH 24, 25, 26, 2017
GARDEN STATE EXHIBIT CENTER
50 ATRIUM DRIVE
SOMERSET, NJ 08873

Welcome the inspirational air of spring with a visit to the Sugarloaf Craft Festival in Somerset, N.J. on March 24, 25 and 26. Take this unique opportunity to be surrounded by established and up-and-coming artists from all over the United States. Browse artisanal products of every kind including paintings, sculptures, metal works, home décor, photography, leather accessories and more.

The Central New Jersey festival will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the 24th and 25th and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the 26th. The event will take place rain or shine and parking is free.

Get your tickets for the Somerset, N.J. Sugarloaf Craft Festival ahead of time online for $8 or at the door for $10.

Self-taught artist, Cyndi Mylynne, specializes in crafting her own paper with which to create her gorgeous works of art. Cyndi aspires to incorporate touchable texture into her artwork in addition to visual appeal. She will be sharing her process in her popular papermaking demonstrations at the Somerset, N.J. festival.

Featured Art Piece – Rachel Smith

Beauty and functionality are perfectly integrated in Rachel Smith’s pottery and ceramics. Check out these charmingly textured and colored decorative ceramic spoons handmade by Rachel Smith of Rachel Smith Pottery at the Somerset, N.J. festival.

 

Past Somerset Feature – Marty Silverman

Marty Silverman of The Fountain and Sculpture Garden strives to capture the beauty of the world while enhancing the natural beauty of his medium with his striking stone sculptures. A Sugarloaf Craft Festival veteran, Marty has given very popular sculpting demonstrations at past festivals in addition to showcasing his artwork.

Coming to Somerset – Howard Field Artisanal Cheeses

Howard Field of Farm Fromage crafts farm-fresh artisan cheeses from organic cow’s, goat’s and sheep’s milk in Lancaster, Pa. Made in small batches, these specialty cheeses are bursting with flavor. Experience the joy of freshly-made handcrafted dairy products at the Somerset, N.J. festival.

 

 

Coming to Somerset – Bruce Garrabrandt

The whimsical drawings of colored pencil artist, Bruce Garrabrandt, are intended to inject a little joy into the world by putting smiles on their viewers’ faces.  These “punny” creations often feature animals that find themselves in nonsensical, comedic situations. Bruce also produces more traditional scenes of the Pennsylvania countryside.





Coming to Somerset – Ossi Rioux Hats

Find handmade designer hats straight from New York City from Ossi Rioux of Ossi Hats, Etc. at the March Sugarloaf Craft Festivals. Ossi’s own unorthodox hat-making technique makes her hats especially unique. In addition to a variety of hats, she also creates scarves, quilts and other textile works of art.

Coming to Somerset – Daniel Riccio

Daniel Riccio has been creating art since the 1970s. Dynamic and creative, he crafts sculptures, paintings, jewelry and metal designs. Some of his most popular works are miniature sculptures from his Artifacts collection. Be sure to visit his booth at the Somerset festival to see his stunning creations in person.