3 Dog Design Studios
A little bit about me….
I am 50 something and I love life. My goal is to have fun every single day of my life – I am in control – I have no excuse not to!
I have been a creator since I was a child. I have painted, sketched, quilted, glued, beaded and sewed almost everything! I even painted …my car once…my dad was not impressed! I am not afraid to try anything and my new passion are these textile bowls. Each one is entirely different from the other. They ‘bloom’ in front of me as I sew them. Wrapping the rope is therapeutic for me…and play time for the cats! The dogs don’t really get it. If you don’t see a color you want – I will build it for you!
Art by Lucille Norella
"Nature is always creating for us flowers of infinite beauty"
~ Lucille Norella
Lucille's original fine artwork is created from flowers hand-picked from her own garden. Flowers are specially pressed in order to retain their rich color and striking detail. They are then thoughtfully arranged and framed to eternalize the beauty of living flowers.
Art by Lucille Norella is exhibited at various art galleries, juried art shows, corporate exhibits and private collections, both in the United States.
Lucille’s artwork has been featured in numerous publications, including:
🌼 April 2012 Cover Artist, Connections Magazine
🌼 2007 Cover Artist, The Wildflower Music Festival Program
🌼 April 2005 Cover Artist, Connections Magazine
🌼 Summer 2004 Cover Artist, Galleries, Gourmets and Theaters
🌼 April 2003 Cover Artist, Connections Magazine
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Bob's Man Cave Art
I started making metal art just as a hobby. I would put the pieces in my yard and people would drive by real slow. When I would have yard sales, people would comment and tell me I should sell the pieces. Then a benefit came up for a young lady from Waverly who was diagnosed with cancer. I made 2 Minions to donate to their Chinese Auction. They each collected over $150.00! I was ecstatic! My whole family loves to donate to various charities. My wife and daughter coupon and donate most of the items to Catholic Charities in Nichols, NY.
I made another Minion and sold it on eBay. That minion is in Missouri! Ever since then, my family and I have been going to craft fairs and flea markets and have had a lot of fun! It's a great way to spend a lot of quality time together as well! I love talking about my pieces just as much as I love building them. It's relaxing to me. Some nights after working 8 to 10 hours a day I go out to my garage until 9 or 10 at night. I am known to stop and pick up metal alongside the road. My motto is Reuse, Repurpose, Recycle so if there's metal that people want to throw out, I'll get it. We also go to auctions and buy stuff people don't want. Tables full of various tools and household supplies like silverware and bakeware. I can turn a washing machine a bunch of various different metal art pieces including a beautiful flower! One that doesn't require any water or care and will never die! It may rust, but that just adds to the beauty!
My animals are the biggest hit of all! I have had numerous special order pieces in remembrance of people's pets that have passed on. I also do the All Paws for a Cause vendor fair in Binghamton in September sponsored by the YWCA that benefits Breast Cancer Prevention. This year will be my 4th year doing it and its the most fun of all fairs we go to!
Bob Stefanik, Sr.
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Binghamton native, Chrissy Lapham discovered her passion for the arts while in highschool where she had the opportunity to experiment with a variety of mediums early on. She studied Fine Arts at Alfred University’s School of Art and Design and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in 2005. With interests in printmaking, woodworking, ceramics and glass, Chrissy was able to create mixed media sculpture throughout her college years.
With her concentration in glassblowing, after graduation she moved to Corning NY where earned many positions at both The Corning Museum of Glass and The Studio. Chrissy enjoys instructing glassworking, working as an independent artist, and assisting as a freelance glassworker. As a glassmaker for 16 years, Chrissy continues to be intrigued with the challenging and rewarding process of working with hot glass. She strives to create unique pieces that showcase the beauty of the material.
Currently she creates a diverse line of home glass decor, that is both functional and adds to the beauty of your everyday surroundings.
Chrissy Lapham Hand Blown Glass can be found at various craftshows, galleries and giftshops.
Mark Detrick Woodworking
As a woodturner, I strive to create new and novel work using a wide variety of techniques and tools, and to continually experiment with new processes and materials to produce unique high quality products. I attempt to maximize the use of natural products in my work however, I realize that natural materials are an imperfect medium. Natural materials have flaws and faults that sometimes make them unusable for many projects however decaying wood, live edges, cracks, knots, voids and other defects can add beauty and character to a piece, especially when you emphasize the defects. Many of my works use colored resin as a design element, a structural element, and as a way to emphasize the defects in the materials. The resin provides both color and textural contrast to the natural materials, that can both surprise and delight the senses. Each piece I create is a unique experience for me and hopefully, for the viewer.
Located in Sayre, Pennsylvania, you can find me at art shows throughout northern Pennsylvania and the Finger Lakes area of New York.
* Best in Class - 2016 Canandaigua Christkindl Market, Canandaigua New York
* Best in Class - 2017 Athens Artsfest, Athens PA
* Best in Class - 2017 Letchworth Arts and Crafts Show, Letchworth State Park, Mount Morris New York
* Best in Class - 2017 Canandaigua Christkindl Market, Canandaigua New York
Donkey Tracks Birdhouses
We make birdhouses out of repurposed materials. Housing homeless birds with yesterday’s materials
Gingersnaps Photography and Custom Artwork by Lisa Belles - lover of light and color, Mother Nature, and everything that makes the world go ‘round!
Choose from a gallery of over 6,000 photos, then choose your finishing style to customize your artwork to fit your space! Or pick from a variety of ready-to-hang art or notecards.
Book a fun photo shoot for a girls’ day or a Sweet 16...or maybe pics with your car or pet...or just because! I love being creative and expressing myself through my camera lens!
I love my family, hiking, kayaking, gardening, yoga, and photography! I grew up in this area and truly appreciate the beauty of the universe. I’m married, have 3 kids, 6 grandkids, 2 dogs, and work full time at Guthrie.
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Kurt's Making Whoopie
With a love of baking, a corny joke and an impish smile, Kurt's Making Whoopie was born in 2011. Originally a way for a father and son to have some bonding time, it has become a staple of craft fairs and events around the Valley area. Kurt likes to make whoopie everywhere!
The business started out of my home kitchen with the help of my dad and the goal of being an online business. Little by little, the word spread locally and I was invited to join small craft fairs. As the whoopie spread, I added a commercial kitchen to back of my house in 2013 and became the officially licensed and inspected Kurt's Making Whoopie. More shows, bigger shows, lots of orders and now small fundraisers now keep us baking night and day. Although Dad no longer helps with baking, he checks in to ensure it is being done to his standards. With a group of loyal elves and many long nights, we have been continuing to expand the line of whoopie offerings and whoopie availability.
In the future, we plan on total world whoopie domination! Join the Whoopie-Nation, become a Whoopster and "Make WHOOPIE everyday!"
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Miller's Homemade Soaps
Barb Miller, the owner of Miller's Homemade Soaps has been in the business of making soaps since 2006. It all started as a way to fill her table in early spring at the local farmers' market, before the vegetables came in. She enjoyed making soap so much that when the market closed down for the season she continued to refine her craft, perfecting recipes and adding to her list of products for sale. Her latest offerings include soaps, lip balms, lotions, pH balanced shampoo bars and natural deodorants. For our 4-legged friends, she sells a dog hot spot salve, paw balm and a shampoo bar made especially for them.
Mill Street Popcorn & Coffee
Mo Songs for Kerry
I started making children's jewelry when my first granddaughter was born, 15 years ago. I immediately expended into adult jewelry.
I sell most of my jewelry at art shows, though I do have a web site, an Etsy shop and I display at a gift shop in Williamsport.
What sets me apart from other jewelers is my unconditional guarantee. I never charge for repairs. I also resize the children's jewelry as they grow.
In addition to bracelets, necklaces and earrings, I do Mommy & Me sets, name bracelets, Mother bracelets, grandmother bracelets, faith
bracelets, medicinal ID bracelets and tea pot jewelry.
Come see me at Athens Arts4All and see all I have. I would love to help you find something for yourself or for that perfect gift.
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Richie Bear’s Emporium
Look for Richie Bear’s Emporium in Hallway B, spots 61 & 62.
We will be featuring Richard’s new book, MY VERY FIRST MOTHER GOOSE PUZZLE BOOK, VOLUME 1. This is an exciting book of challenges for ages 2 and up and is available in soft and hard cover. Mother Goose is a six-book series with #2 being available in a few months. The NYS Teachers have labeled the series as text books. A family fun challenge!
Schweigarts Sugar Shack
We have been making syrup for over 20 years, adding new products often! We have a 100 acre farm, 7000 taps, and over 25 maple PRODUCTS!
You can find us all over NY, PA, Md and DE throughout the year at various vendor shows as well as over 20 local markets/stores. Also we have a store on our farm where we are dealers for maple equipment as well.
Thank you for supporting small business farmers!
SHEA Creations launched on January 2, we create a hand crafted line of all natural bath and beauty products.
SHEA Creations is owned by Sarah Brackel, the business name is a combination of her 4 children. As a mother, Sarah thinks it is so important to know what is going into and on your families bodies.
All the products are dye free and use 100% therapeutic grade oils. A sampling of our scrubs are "Wake Me Up" a coffee scrub, "Bee Calm" made with lavender and honey and "Lime in the Coconut." In addition to body scrubs we offer lotion bars, bath bombs, lip balms as well as poison ivy relief and more!
This is SHEA Creations first juried show. Make sure to stop by our booth at Athens Arts4All and check us out at www.facebook.com/sheacreationsbysarah
Sheena's Custom Creations
Every item found in my shop has been 100% handmade by myself and husband. We take great pride in creating, designing and putting our items together with the same care and attention to detail as if we were making it for our own home. We are especially careful in selecting quality materials from local business. Our wood is bought from local mills or wood that has been reclaimed locally.
Sheena's Custom Creations was started 2014 to allow myself to stay home with our children. Since 2014 my hobby has turned into a wonderful business opportunity! In the last few months I have returned to teaching, joining a preschool class as well as continuing to run my business.
Don't see something that your looking for? Have a special saying or quote for your family? We LOVE custom orders!!!
Stimson Woodworking is a privately owned business that resides in Shunk, Pennsylvania. We make custom Hardwood cutting boards, cheese slicer‘s, items custom-made to order such as bookshelves, cabinetry, and other custom made items. We also sell repurposed solar glass lights, flowers, and bird feeders.
Stones By Stalkers
We are Stones By Stalkers, a marriage of two mediums, metal and stones. Paul cuts rough gemstones into cabochons and Cathy creates one of a kind heirloom pieces.
Our fossils are unique and perfect for gift giving. We also tumble a variety of stones for the collector.
Our goal is to educate and enlighten the public about the natural wonders of the lapidary world with amazing stones that mother nature can only create!
We are excited to welcome more than a dozen Student Artisans, of all ages, who will be selling their work during Athens Arts4All.
Our Student Artisans include:
🔸 Evans Wand Shop - "Harry Potter" wands created from wood blanks. Also potions, spell books and quill pens.
🔸 Doodles for and of You! - Cartoon portraits drawn while you wait.
🔸 NatCat Toys - Kitty cat toys made with organic catnip and toys that stimulate active cats.
Other art for sale will include: duct tape crafts, rice heating pads, comics, essential oil diffuser bracelets, novels, wire figurines, jewelry, pencil sketches and drawings.
Born and raised in small town of Ulster, graduated at SRU. Got my LPN at BCAVTS and now work as a Clinical Assistant in Guthrie's Cancer Center. Life is full of bright beautiful things, let me tell you a little bit about my Garden Flower art (I could go on about me all day).
These beautiful flowers are hand-crafted and some hand-painted especially for you! Using three (3) to six (6) layers of glassware, these free-spirited flowers will dance amidst the other blooms in your garden as the beautiful colors catch the rays of the sun. These beauty's overall dimension are 10"W x 5"H. Each Garden Flower will complement your garden or flower pot beautifully or add a stunning conversation piece in your home.
Summers Sunshine looks forward to seeing each and everyone of you at the Athens Arts 4 All.
The Country Easel
Hello, my name is Donna S. Miller and I am a self-taught artist. My love of art started at a very young age. I remember dabbling in various forms as a child and teenager over the years. It wasn’t until after I was newly married and stated that “I’ve always wanted to learn how to paint” and my husband replied “what’s stopping you”, that i picked up a paint brush and painted my first painting. I have not put my paint brush down for any length of time since. I have been painting for 26+ years. I paint mainly in acrylics on watercolor paper and canvas. I also enjoy working with mixed media that includes pen, ink, colored pencils and hand painted paper. Wood burning and painting gourds are also something I enjoy.
My work can be found for sale in Owego NY at the Gallery 41 on Lake Street. I also open my house the weekend following Thanksgiving through the middle of December offering my artwork for sale. You can also find my work throughout the year selling at various art shows and through my Facebook page The Country Easel. Each July my artwork can be found entered at the Troy Fair, Alparon Park in Troy Pa. through the Fine Arts Council of Troy.
When not painting or creating I enjoy traveling, camping with my husband while watching and photographing any one of our six grandchildren playing sports year round. I also enjoy sitting on my back porch on the porch swing reading or listening to the sounds of nature.
I hold to the concept that God holds us responsible for our lives and what we do with them. He has given us a multitude of gifts and endless resources…therefore let not your talents be hidden.
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Ear Cuff Girl
Hi I’m Kathy, affectionately known as “The Ear Cuff Girl”, circa 1998. Hand-turning Silver and Gold wire into Affordable ,No Piercing Ear Adornment .
Styles range from a “Conservative “ pair of No Pierce “Earrings/Ear Cuffs”, to very “Eclectic” Steampunk Designs.
In more recent years I have also created “The Special Bracelet”. The Bracelet converts to a “Necklace or an “Anklet”. Real neat product! There is even a “Toe Ring” to match.
Here I am pictured with a “Large No Pierce “ Turquoise,Swarovski Crystal and Silver Ear Cuff. Photos below include “Small Ear Cuff Sets”, Steampunk Designs and One of the many “Special Bracelets” available .
What Goes Around, Comes Around
In 2003 Ms Lindstedt began to study glass fusion with well known Pocono artist Angelo Keith. Her work has progressed from utilizing purchased Art Glass to exclusively utilizing recycled glass as the name of her endeavor implies: “What Goes Around, Comes Around”. She creates functional and decorative art such as beautiful platters, bowls and plates, as well as mirrors framed in intricate glass patterns and wall hangings. Unique and whimsical birdbaths and garden tables are crafted from recycled wine and beer bottles or window glass. Sculptures marry recycled glass with salvaged metal and wood to create highly unusual and striking images.
Ms Lindstedt is the recipient of awards for her participation in the Pocono Mountain Arts Council shows, the Allentown, PA. West Park Civic Association Shows, the New Hope, Bucks County PA. Fine arts show, the Havre de Grace, MD. Fine arts show as well as others.