Hailey Adela Escobar-Leswell
Bespoke artificial and real floral arrangements and wreaths
David W Henion has been an active ceramic artist for twenty years and has been growing South African Succulents from seed, and other species from cuttings for years. You may have seen David and his succulents I in front of our his bakery in Amherst, “The Henion Bakery”. Now retired from baking, David joins the greenfield Market with hand make porcelain ceramics, rare plants, and succulents.
Gifted peace is a brand who’s purpose is to bring peace to people in need in the most convenient and efficient way, we do this by bringing familiar smells using only natural wax’s with multiple health benefits.
Every piece from Hannon Made is individually and methodically crafted in his Greenfield, MA workshop. Quality and durability are just as important as the aesthetics of each piece created. Using a blend of domestic and exotic woods, each board is hand-selected from local lumberyards by Josh, then brought to his shop, milled, and worked to create the pieces. Although some pieces may have a twin, no two pieces are exactly the same.
Unique items inspired by nature and crafted by hand
Custom home products with environmental and food related themes. Some locally themed products (plants and animals associated with the CT River Valley, Montague Plains). Unique, personally designed notebooks, tote bags, coasters, tea towels, stickers, wrapping paper, water bottles.
Handprinted fabric, useful art. Susie Secco designs and carves printing blocks and then print on fabric or paper. Her handprinted fabric items include table linens, kitchen accessories, bags, pillows and clothing. Most recently she has begun printing cards.
''I make botanical jewelry with plants I forage and grow in my garden. Once dried, I use resin to preserve them and freeze nature in time. I also create dried flowers arrangements and home decor/objects (with or without resin).''
Bring your knives to the market to be sharpened by Sharper Harper! Harper is a traveling knife sharpener serving thousands of customers in the northeast. He can sharpen all kitchen knives (including serrated knives), scissors, and some garden tools. The price is $1.25/ inch of blade length. (So, for example, a 4” paring knife costs $5, and an 8” chef’s knife costs $10.) Your knives will come back to you sharper than when you first bought them! If you have anything you would like to have sharpened, please rubber band everything in a large dish towel and label the outside with your name and a contact number. Please visit sharperharper.com for more information or to get in touch directly.
Shir Glassworks brings elegant and playful artwork into the everyday areas of your life and home! Ori and Madeline combine their two styles to create a wide range of whimsical and intricate glassware. Madeline is primarily a flameworker, sculpting molten glass at a torch. Her work ranges from themed sculptural jewelry and figurines to espresso/tea cups, pipes, marbles and conceptual, interactive installations. She has been making, teaching and demonstrating glass processes for the past 10 years. Ori’s work is primarily functional blown glass, ranging from cups and bowls to pitchers, soap dispensers, candelabras, lighting and sculpture. He began working with glass in factories, apprenticing with local furnace glass masters for the past 4 years. Shir Glassworks is excited to bring their creations to their hometown market in Greenfield this year!
Eveline MacDougall creates unique paper crafts and textile arts using both new and recycled materials. Her handcrafted cards and envelopes are treasured by many who send and receive them. MacDougall creates woolen hearts of various sizes, some with inspirational messages, and offers sock and woolen repair through her venture known as
Fiber Artist Adele Smith-Penniman of Wendell delights in the play between color and texture. Her weavings range from items to wear to wall hangings that incorporate found objects. She also creates unique fabric note cards and batiks silk or cotton scarves.