Susan Haas Glass

Blown Glass

Hometown: Leesburg, VA

Artist Website

Susan Haas’ glass blown vessels are accented with bubbles, waves and sea foam, vivid reminders of water in motion and a reflection of Susan’s innate love of water. Amidst a predominant blue palate, she works in streaks of the rose, purples and golds of sunset.

The playful titles of her pieces are inspired by her other career as a copywriter.

Her work is held by private collectors in the United States, London and Australia. It is also featured at an art-inspired hotel in Davenport, Iowa and at galleries in Douglas, MI and Nashville, TN.

Sierra Hack

Fine Arts

Hometown: Orlando, FL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michelle Haden / Berkshire Bags

Textiles / Fabric Bags

Hometown: Scottsdale, AZ

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Amanda Hagerman / Amanda Hagerman Jewelry

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Crofton, MD

Artist Website

This former high school art teacher makes jewelry out of her home studio in Crofton, MD. Her designs are inspired by nature’s patterns which she observed growing up in rural Pennsylvania. She cherishes the slow paced aspect of handmade work and aspires to leave her unique imprint on every piece.

Amanda begins each piece by mixing and matching geometric shapes on paper. Once she has established the final design, she uses the Old World technique of lost wax casting which allows her to maintain the organic texture she desires.

She uses ethically-sourced metals such argentium silver, 14K gold vermeil and solid 14K gold. All items are nickel-free. She uses vermeil more than solid gold to ensure her jewelry is affordable. If requested, she can also melt down solid gold to create new jewelry pieces.

Her stunning one-of-a-kind designs have been featured in Washingtonian Magazine and several jewelry magazines. Meet her at Sugarloaf Craft Festivals and pick out (or design!) your perfect piece. 

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Jack Hahn / The Marble Man

wood / wood toys & puzzles

Hometown: Woodford, VA

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Douglas Hain / Old Town Wind Bells

Metal

Hometown: Myersville, PA

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Trisa & William Haisma / Natural Renaissance

Wood boxes

Hometown: Mechanicsburg, PA

Artist Website

Natural Renaissance is a family wood crafting business which utilizes family members’ combined talents in painting, design, illustration, sculpture, theater, construction and business. Their woodworking business arose out of a desire to use their skills towards personally satisfying and creatively fulfilling ends.

They make impeccably patterned wooden boxes, such as eyeglass boxes and valet boxes, as well as  magnetic key racks, refrigerator and wall caddies. All items are made using non-toxic methods and materials out of concern for the artist and customer alike.

Natural Renaissance uses a layering and slicing process similar to “murrini” (used in glass work) and millifiori (used in clay work). Their techniques allow them to make use of wood scraps that might otherwise be wasted.

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Tatev Hakobyan / Kool Kombz

misc / accessories 

Hometown: Mays Landing, NJ

Artist Website

Super chic hair accessories!

Kool Kombz meets the decorative and functional requirements many woman are looking for in a hair accessory. This multi-functional accessory holds hair in place (all day) while adding a chic decorative element. Unlike other hair clips and ties that cause breakage and damage to your locks, Kool Kombz is designed to gently hold the hair in place, preventing hair loss. The secret is in the design — an elastic cord helps gather the hair into various styles, while rubber combs interlock to secure hair into place. They are much softer than metal, plastic or wooden combs. Decorated with various elements such as Swarovski crystals and beads, Kool Kombz are elevated from your standard hair clip to hair art. Tatev Hakobyan is the designer behind Kool Kombz and hand makes each piece. She is always busy designing new looks to add to her casual, luxury, teen and beach collections and loves connecting with people at various fine arts and crafts fairs throughout the East Coast.

Kevin & Suzette Hallman / Hallman Millinery Studio

Textiles / Hats

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

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David Hallmark / Imagination Counts,  LLC

Wood - Functional

Hometown: Portsmouth, NH

Artist Website

David Hallmark is a woodworker based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire who specializes in live edge wood art pieces. Operating under the name Imagination Counts, Hallmark creates each piece by hand in his own garage.

Hallmark got his start in woodworking by creating wooden game inventions, but when a piece of wood passed by his shop that was too beautiful to cut into pieces, he knew that he wanted to start preserving the natural shape of the wood. Today, he specializes in creating wooden tables, benches and other furniture pieces with the natural curvature of the log maintained on at least one side, which creates a functional table that brings the outdoors inside. Each piece is entirely unique because they are all created from unique pieces of wood, so you can be sure that anything you purchase from Imagination Counts or David Hallmark is truly one of a kind.

Linda Hardy / The Butcher’s Daughter

Textiles / Clothing

Hometown: East Aurora, NY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Colleen Harmon Designs

jewelry / Ceramic

Hometown: Valencia, PA

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Marilyn Handel / Bar Harbor Goldsmith

jewelry / gold & silver 

Hometown: Bowling Green, VA

Artist Website

Founded by jewelry-maker Marilyn Handel, Bar Harbor Goldsmith is a Bowling Green, Va. based jewelry crafter offering a slew of stunning handmade pieces for the discerning jewelry collector. Handel creates a stunning selection of wire and beaded jewelry that offers a statement-making look whether worn with your special occasion or casual attire. Her creations are varied, but she specializes in neat wire-wrapped jewelry that’s delicate and wispy yet comfortable and strong.

Handel creates her one-of-a-kind jewelry to honor the fine-quality gold and silver while adding a trendy, up-to-date appeal. Shop unique cuff bracelets, necklaces, bracelets and much more by Bar Harbor Goldsmith at Sugarloaf. Handel often displays her fine-quality goods at various Sugarloaf Craft Festivals throughout the season, where you can get a close-up look at some of these stunning jewelry pieces. Make sure to explore our complete showcase of jewelry makers for more exceptional work.

Kanda Harp & Dave Feinstein / Catch of the Day Designs

Wood Mixed Media

Hometown: Sparrows Point

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Walter Harper / Sittin' Easy, Inc.

wood / functional wood 

Hometown: Eagle Springs, NC

Artist Website

One look at the selection of furniture from Sittin’ Easy, Inc. by Walter Harper will have you hooked. These beautifully hand-crafted wooden pieces feature minimalist looks that complement both rustic and modern spaces perfectly. White oak hardwood is used to construct each piece of wooden furniture. This wood offers a level of water resistance and durability that makes it ideal for use both indoors and out. And because Harper carefully designs each piece for optimum comfort, the curvature of each chair and bench eliminates the need for cushions.

Harper believes in creating a product built for comfort, durability, beauty and the preservation of the earth's environment. Sittin’ Easy, Inc. offers a selection of wood furniture that is attractive, functional and environmentally sustainable all at once. Check out Harper’s latest designs at an upcoming Sugarloaf Crafts Festival to see just what makes these pieces so special.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Merrilee Harrigan / Joy of Glass

Glass Jewelry

Hometown: Washington, DC

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Christina & Carolyn Harrington / Artistic Creations by Harrington 

Gold & Silver Jewelry

Hometown: East Islip, NY

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Janey Harrington / Silk Creations by Janey, LLC

Textiles / Accessories

Hometown: Annapolis, MD

Artist Website

Janey Harrington’s silk scarf business is sustained by two of her deepest passions: textiles and painting. Though she was creative as a child, she put her artistic activities aside for a while and went to school for business.

After Janey and her husband divorced, she was time to pick up her artistic pursuits again. She found a class in silk painting and began learning about color therapy and different kinds of silk. Her long dormant creative spirit was thriving once again.

Janey paints one-of-a-kind, ethereal designs on scarves, shawls, head wraps and other items. In her work, she concentrates on flowers, dragonflies, ocean scenes, fire and other elements of the natural world.

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Linda Harris / PenCraft

paintings, prints & fine art

Hometown: Poquoson, VA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don Hart / Hart Woodcrafts

Wood Turnings

Hometown: Ledyard, CT

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ryan Blaney Hauck

Fine Art

Hometown: Baltimore, MD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Audrey Hauserman / Hauserman Quilts

Textiles / Quilts & Comforters

Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jean Havet / JM Havet Jewelry

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: San Francisco, CA

Cultures collide in J.M. Havet Jewelry’s handmade metal jewelry for an unbeatable rush of beauty and style. The duo of French-born Jean-Marie Havet and Texas-born Juanita Havet infuse their creations with the spirit of both cultures while working from their San Francisco home. Using modern metalworking and fabrication techniques, the Havets handcraft custom jewelry from fine materials such as 14-karat gold, sterling silver and brass, with a form and design sure to attract any enthusiast.

Specializing in bracelets for both men and women, J.M. Havet Jewelry is always working on new techniques and designs while refining their existing craft. With a mission to create honest jewelry that lasts a lifetime, their skill and creations have drawn admiration from far beyond their San Francisco home base. Traveling all the way to Sugarloaf Craft Festivals on the Eastern seaboard, the Havets offer a unique cultural presence at any show. Try on their fine metal jewelry and feel the magic for yourself!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brett Hay Art

Fused Glass

Hometown: Huntingtown, MD

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Elizabeth Hay / Elizabeth Hay Designs

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Bellefonte, PA

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Billy Healy / Healy Glass Artistry

Carved glass

Hometown: Bethlehem, PA

Artist Website

Over twenty years ago, a young Billy Healy, Jr. left his home in Waterford, Ireland destined for America. He was set to join his father in forging a new path in the American crystal market in Flemington, NJ. Healy soon forged that path and after 17 years of glass carving, engraving, restoration, and design, he was awarded his Master of the Crystal Craft status.

In 2009, Billy and his wife Nichole founded Healy Glass Artistry, and today Healy Glass is blazing a trail as one of the foremost designers in the Celtic Arts Market. The mission of Healy Glass Artistry is to foster the traditional craft of glass and crystal artistry in the United States, and to bring an appreciation of the craft to a new generation. Together, they design and create stemware and barware, family crests, home décor, artwork, ornaments and plenty more, while always honoring the centuries-old tradition of craftsmanship.

Healy’s deep interest in the rich history and beauty of the Celtic Isles led him to follow his passions in creating the Healy Signature Collection, his new line of contemporary glass work featuring images and symbolism from Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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Maureen Hearn / Maureen Hearn Jewelry

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Copper Hill, VA

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Michael Heayn

Photography

Hometown: Ambler, PA

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bonnie Hedden / Bonnie Hedden Designs

jewelry / other

Hometown: Wellsboro, PA

Artist Website

Bonnie Hedden is a central Pennsylvania jewelry maker who makes one of a kind necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings. She pairs colorful stones like purple turquoise, blue peruvian opal and raspberry cabalt calcite druzy with patterned sterling silver to create exquisite jewelry.

She loves learning new skills and mastering new tools. Sometimes her best work emerges from the ashes of an earlier failed project.

She believes that good design grows out of everyday life experiences. In her words, “My jewelry is an extension of my spirit, and I proudly embrace the view that my art is my energy. It will always be a work in progress, as am I.”

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Jeffery Heilman

misc / brooms

Hometown: Lebanon, PA

Jeffrey Heilman only intended to help a friend with some remodeling work on his Pennsylvania mountain cottage. His friend, a veteran broom maker for several decades, had a work area with rows of corn brooms standing upside down, with the reeds of sorghum splayed out like fans.

Jeffrey was struck by the beauty of the scene and remarked to his friend, “You’re living inside the artwork.” The friend invited him to try making a broom of his own. And the rest is history!

At craft shows, he sometimes hears people say they are surprised anyone still uses corn brooms for cleaning. And they apparently don’t realize they’re actually better at cleaning. Jeffrey likes to say his house brooms are so good, “they put dust bunnies on the endangered species list.”

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Victoria Heisler / Victoria Heisler Designs

pottery & ceramics

Hometown: Discovery Bay, CA

Artist Website

Victoria Heisler is a multi-media artist who makes functional ceramics, fused glass wall art, oil and acrylic painting and glass mosaics. Her style is influenced by her travels in southwestern United States and Greece. She loves adobe architecture and the vivid blues and whites of Mediterranean seaside villages.

She paints her ceramic items on white earthenware. It is oven and dishwasher safe and lead free. Her glass work is also handmade and kiln fired.

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Edward Heller / Chocolate Moonshine

specialty foods

Hometown: Potomac, MD

Artist Website

You don’t need any special reason to treat yourself to the decadent sweets from Edward Heller’s Chocolate Moonshine. This company offers a variety of chocolate goods made with delicious, high-quality ingredients and fun flavor combinations. Each of their chocolate bars is made with French and Belgian Chocolate, organic pure can sugar and fresh cream. Some are also infused with a kick of liquor in the form of bourbon, whiskey, champagne or rum. From there, these sweets are painted by hand with French cocoa butter to add an artistic touch.

In addition to Heller’s popular chocolate bars, Chocolate Moonshine also creates a variety of chocolate truffles and chocolate fudge. The smooth and creamy texture of each dessert is made even more delicious thanks to the pure, organic ingredients and beautiful appearance of each piece. Meet Heller and see a full line-up of delicious Chocolate Moonshine treats at upcoming Sugarloaf Craft Festivals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jacques Hemsi / Jewelry of Chardavogne

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Warwick, NY

Artist Website

Jacques Hemsi makes hand wrought gold and silver jewelry accented with precious and semi-precious stones. His designs incorporate filigree, applique, interlocking planes, twisted wire and other techniques.

In school he majored in philosophy and worked as a scientific lab technician. At the suggestion of a friend,

he started making jewelry in 1970. With the simplest tools and limited resources, he taught himself to make marketable pieces. With practice, he feels he has become a ‘real jeweler’.

Jacques finds inspiration for his work everywhere. One day it might be Chinese paper designs or Art Nouveau. Other times a bouquet of flowers or a jewelry display he sees during an afternoon walk will spur new ideas for his own designs.

He reserves January and February for coming up with new designs.

 

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Kelvin Henderson / Fruits of the Spirit Fine Art

Fine Art

Hometown: Suitland, MD

Artist Website

Kelvin Henderson painted as a side hobby for over two decades while also holding a government job in the Justice Department. Since 1995, he has supported himself as a full time artist through art shows, gallery showings and museums.

His fine art acrylic paintings fall into two distinct themes and styles: brightly colored montages of jazz musicians and impressionist style paintings of wildflowers.

Former NFL player Julian Peterson and talk show host Tavis Smiley are two of Kelvin’s most prominent fans. He has won numerous awards for his artwork and been commissioned by many nonprofit and arts organizations.

Kerri Henry

Pottery

Hometown: Springfield, VA

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Michael Heon / R. Michael Heon LLC

Functional Wood

Hometown: Washington, NJ

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amanda Hering / Amanda Hering, Inc

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Weston, FL

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Humberto Hernandez / Humberto's Designs

jewelry / gold & silver

Hometown: Flat Rock, MI

Artist Website

Humberto Hernandez comes from a family of jewelry makers which allowed him to learn the basics at an early age. He went on to study at the Miami Jewelry School and continues learning through formal education and experimentation. He enjoys transforming the raw materials of silver, wire and stone into treasured accessories.

His jewelry items are mostly silver accented with gold, copper and brass and set with the most unusual stones he can find. He hopes each piece will be enjoyed for many years to come.

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Keith Hershberger

Ceramics

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

Artist Website

Keith Hershberger is a potter based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania specializing in wood-fired ceramics made by hand, with care. He has been a working potter for more than 20 years, and his work is shown in galleries throughout the region.

Keith Hershberger says that the goal of his work is to bring people happiness and beauty in a fast-paced world. He chooses to work with wood-firing because it gives the ceramics a unique texture and appearance, building up ash on the exterior of each piece and leaving marks on the sides of the clay where the flames pass by. The result is a collection of mugs, bowls, bottles and vases featuring earthy, neutral colors and a different type of dinosaur on each piece.

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Heidi Hess

Designer Clothing

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Artist Website

 

Tara Hicks / TaraVista Designs, LLC

Gold & Silver Jewelry

Hometown: Fishers, IN

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Houston Hill / Fallingwood Studio

wood / wood turning

Hometown: Sussex, NJ

When looking at a piece from Houston Hill, it is easy to see how his artwork could find a place in any home in the country. Hill uses classic woodturning methods combined with a modern flare to create stylish and elegant candle holders. He uses several layers of plywood stacked on top of one another to create a perfect accent piece of any table or mantle.

The candle holders include bold cutaways that give the piece that extra little bit of polish. These pieces can find a home in many places, whether it be as a decorate piece of a living room or a bedroom or for a functional candleholder in the bath.

Hill is one of the many artisans showing their work at Sugarloaf Craft Festivals. Come to an upcoming festival and hear about his woodworking process, where he finds inspiration and what pieces he plans to work on next.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Karen Hill / Cinnamon Hill Designs

Sculpture & Collectibles

Hometown: Manassas, VA

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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R. Nemo Hill / Exot Blue Dyers

textiles & fashion design / clothing

Hometown: Massapequa, NY

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Douglas Hockman / Doug Hockman Photography

photography

Hometown: South Windsor, CT

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jacob Hodsdon & Lisa Holt-Hodsdon

Wood

Hometown: Ithaca, NY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lauren Hoffman / Artpoptart

Fine Arts

Hometown: Hagerstown, MD

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kate Holby / Ajiri Tea

pSpecialty Foods

Hometown: Upper Black Eddy, PA

Artist Website

Fine Teas from Kenya

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barry Hollritt / Photographs by Barry

Photography

Hometown: Morristown, NJ

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Felicia Holmes / Palmer House Art

Fine Arts

Hometown: York, PA

 

Rex Holsapple 

Photography

Hometown: Mount Vernon, ME

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cathy Holt / Claymonster Pottery

pottery & ceramics

Hometown: Baltimore, MD

Artist Website

If you’re looking for a way to put the “fun” in “functional stoneware”, then you need to check out Claymonster Pottery. Cathy Audette Holt and Richard Holt have been making pottery with personality since 1998, molding and painting whimsical designs into clay mugs, teapots, plates, bowls and more. As the name suggests their monster vessels are their best known, with three-dimensional creatures furrowing their brow or staring expectantly from the side of your mug or cookie jar – or maybe even peeking out from the lip.

These creature features are always endearing and will brighten up any countertop or dining room table. But don’t let the bulging eyes fool you – Cathy and Richard are expert craftsmen, and teach ceramics at the Columbia Arts Center and Towson University, respectively, when not working on their latest creations. Their more traditional designs are a sight to behold as well, with unique textures and patterns that add character to your home. Check out some of their incredible work online, and then see it in person at the next Sugarloaf Crafts Festival!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Maria Holt / Maria Holt Designs

misc / mixed media

Hometown: Sheffield, MA

Australian-born Maria Holt creates mixed-media art that’s perfect for the lover of rustic goods. Although she hails from across the globe, this decoupage artist crafts with a distinctly American and European spirit. She hand-selects some of the most beautiful and interesting papers to create stunning yet practical home accents, including decoupage tissue holders, boxes, wastebaskets and more. Her paper-covered goods would make any space a bit homier!

All of Holt’s pieces are crafted from her 1835 Sheffield, Mass. farmhouse, where she surrounds herself with plenty of pets and books. Her art is very much inspired by the Northeast and the surrounding beauty of the Berkshires, and it fits in well in country and rustic spaces. Sugarloaf Craft Festivals is happy to host Maria Holt Designs at some of our upcoming juried art and craft shows. Make sure to check the schedule and artist lineup to see her work first-hand.

David Horner / Drury Design Company

wood / functional wood

Hometown: Latrobe, PA

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Chris Horst / George's Furniture

wood / functional wood

Hometown: Marietta, PA

Artist Website

George’s Furniture, a second-generation family-owned business, is known for its handcrafted pieces. Based in Lancaster County, Pa., the business was founded by George Martin in 1970. His daughter Juanita and son-in-law Chris Horst now carry on the tradition of quality, artisan made furniture. The pieces are built to last – George’s doesn’t use particle board, pressed board, veneers or soft wood – which makes them a worthwhile, not to mention beautiful, investment for your home. Each piece is hand-signed by the craftsman who built it from start to finish. Designs are available in walnut, oak, cherry and hard maple, using an array of different-colored stains. Styles include mission, shaker, country and traditional, so you’re sure to find something that suits your taste. If you’re ever in the Lancaster area, you can tour their workshop and watch the furniture being made. Either way, make sure you check out their booth at Sugarloaf Craft Festivals so you can see their beautiful work for yourself.

Deborah Houser / Personal Etchings, LLC

Miscellaneous

Hometown: Dallastown, PA

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Vonda Howard / Cute Little Crumbsnatchers Handmades

wood / functional wood

Hometown: Ft. Washington, MD

Artist Website

 

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Scott Hronich - Pernicka / Internal Fire Glass

Blown Glass

Hometown: Malta, NY

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ava Hu / avalove

Clothing

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

Yenfen Huang / Iris Artworks

Fine Arts

Hometown: Alfred, NY

 

 

 

 

 

Alonzo Hubbard / Al Hubbard Art

Fine Arts

Hometown: Roanoke, VA

Artist Website

Alonzo Hubbard creates vibrant fine art paintings full of tulips, butterflies and other symbols of joy.

He showed artistic talent from a young age and was given ample opportunity to express it up until high school. As the second oldest of twelve children, his parents were unable to send him to art school. He put his artistic yearnings on hold for many years until he could return to it full time.

He feels great art is not determined by the price but by how it affects the viewer. He feels art should inspire higher emotions such as peacefulness, beauty and contentment.

Corey Hubbel / HubbellArt Glass, Inc.

Blown Glass

Hometown: Decatur, GA

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Elwood Huff / The Stained Glassery

Leaded Glass

Hometown: Dansville, NY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gretchen Hulse / Crescent Moon Clothing

Textiles / Clothing

Hometown: Drexel Hill, PA

Artist Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Susan Humphrey / Rockcrest Glass Studio

GLASS

Hometown: Pikesville, MD

Artist Website

Susan Humphrey makes nature-themed Tiffany copper foil stained glass items as two and three dimensional pieces. Her most popular items are 3D origami butterflies, 3D birds and 2D bird silhouettes.

Around the holidays, she includes snowflakes and a limited edition bird design.

She has been a bird lover and outdoorsy spirit since childhood when she lived near Lake George in NY and the northern PA woods. After many years in an unfulfilling corporate job, she wanted to devote more time to creative activities and also spend time in nature.

She started her stained glass business doing only custom orders and later expanded to art shows. She is still available for custom orders since she loves helping others bring nature’s beauty into their homes.

She donates 10% of the sale of many of her bird pieces to The American Bird Conservancy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Serge Hung / Impression Jewelry

Gold & Silver Jewelry

Hometown: Clermont, FL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Becky Huntington, The Quilting B

Quilts & Comforters

Hometown: Milton, MA

Artist Website

Working out of her home in Milton, MA, Becky Huntington makes cotton quilts, table runners, tree skirts and wall hangings. Her booth is easily recognized amongst all the artists at Sugarloaf Crafts Festivals. It’s the only one with a cart piled high with hay and quilted leaves. Any awesome fabric can inspire a new quilt but she especially loves the colors of autumn. Her quilts are made with only the best quality cotton found in quilt shops all over the northeast.

Becky Huntington came onto the craft show circuit almost by accident, thanks to a good friend’s foresight. Many years ago, her friend signed her up as an exhibitor at a local charity event even though she didn’t have any craft show experience or even any merchandise at first! Once she did her first show, she realized she really enjoyed it, and she just kept going.

Paul Hurwitz / Paul the Wood Guy

Wood / Furniture and home furnishings

Hometown: Rockville, MD

Artist Website