Meet Our Local Artisans and Vendors
Made By Jane
Jane meticulously creates each glass bead then combines these mini masterpieces into one of a kind pieces of jewelry
Wendy is a dedicated and accomplished weaver who continually explores new ideas and techniques. Wendy enjoys teaching weaving as well
Simply Signs of Granby
Meg Bunz, owner of Simply Signs of Granby, hand paints and stensils beautiful wooden signs on reclaimed wood. In addition, Meg leads workshops to teach others how to make their own personalized signs
CT River Candles was inspired by the beauty of the Connecticut River and a love for creating handmade products. CT River Candles are hand poured using 100% soy wax. The scents are formulated for soy wax using a combination of fragrance and essential oils.
Connecticut River Candles
Sarah Segovia is a Connecticut stained glass artist who has been working with stained glass for over twenty years. Sarah designs, creates and signs each piece of her work
Sue Grise' is a talented textile artist and quilter. Stayed tuned for more information about Sue Grise' and her work
Cheryl Langin, owner of Arts Unique creates imaginative clocks from assorted found items such as books, trays, boxes, picture frames and her own created forms.
Karin LeFranc is a well known local author of numerous children's books as well as well as a craft person who creates jewelry, inspirational cards and more.
Little Bee of Connecticut
The premise behind Little Bee of CT, owned by the Priore family, is a simple one: Provide locally produced, unique products from the hive, while educating their customers on what we can all do to help support honey bee survival. All products are handmade in small batches, and only include simple, minimal ingredients
Nutmeg Naturals is a small, family owned Connecticut company which makes all natural soaps, felted wool goods, laundry soaps, lotions and much more. All goods are handmade in Connecticut from local and American made supplies whenever possible.
"I firmly believe in the power of positivity. By infusing functional objects with a dose of happiness, I hope to bring a little more joy to the user's daily life. I get my ideas for my work through personal experiences and patterns seen in nature; transforming them into happy blobs and colorful dashes and dots. I keep my illustrations simple and immediate to provide a sense of connection."
Julia creates beautiful hand painted signs on reclaimed wood. Her signs have been displayed in the home as well as at special outdoor events such as weddings and reunions.
Julia also makes unique beer coasters using square tiles and sections of popular beer company cartons.
Two Bees Design
The CT-based mother-daughter team of Sally and Becca McBee specializes in greeting and note cards, 8"by 10" matted prints, and screen printed tote bags featuring Sally's hand-drawn watercolor and ink based original artwork.