While one of the festival’s main highlights, the large Artist Market, can’t happen in person this year, we will be highlighting our artists throughout November.  Links to our vendor’s websites and an online marketplace will make shopping possible from the comfort of home.  Some of our longtime craftswomen will be talking about their work Saturday afternoon via Facebook Live. So you will still be able to get your shopping fix virtually and, more importantly, support these independent artists who offer items such as pottery, glass art, fiber art, paintings and jewelry, personal care products, homemade jellies and jams, books, coffee, women’s music and much more! 


Coming soon! 

A more comphesive guide to reach your favorite festival artists online.  For now, scroll down to check out last years vendors. 

2019 Festival Artists


Adornment by Kate Wilcox-Leigh

Kate Wilcox-Leigh


Classic jewelry with an edge. I use an array of metals and materials including sterling and fine silver, gold, iron as well as leather and various fibers. I apply traditional hand fabrication techniques like cutting, forming, joining and stone setting processes along with fiber techniques to my materials of choice. You will see earrings, pendants bracelets and rings that can be enjoyed casually everyday; along with jewelry that is perfect for that special occasion.





Anna’s Accents

Anna M Pryor, annampryor@hotmail.com

Anna’s Accents has handcrafted, custom-designed costume jewelry featuring: Necklace and earring sets, earrings, wrist bracelets, hand bracelets, ankle bracelets, key chain bracelets, barefoot sandals, purse charms, sun catchers, book marks and eyeglass chains.


AR Mixed Media Art

Angela R. Owen, armixedmedia@gmail.com

Handcrafted one-of-a-kind gift items and artwork from many types of new and recycled materials, as well as antique images I acquire through the public domain or have purchased the rights to use in my own work. I create mixed media original artworks and prints, bookmarks, boxes, greeting cards, journals, albums, jewelry, ornaments and other gift type items.




Bea’s Blends Specialty Coffees

Bea Hardy, Harsdywhs@yahoo.com

Fresh roasted organic coffees, teas, homemade brownies and cookies.


Claudia Ottinger ART

Claudia Ottinger, ottingerart@gmail.com

Acrylic paintings and prints/cards/notecards of those images. Many images are of vintage signs and scenes and Lansing landmarks. Small acrylic painted canvas magnets. Jewelry made using my handmade polymer clay beads.




Dancing Tree

Ruth Barrett and Falcon River, info@dancingtree.org

Handmade leather purses, pouches, belts, key fobs, wooden boxes, CDs and books by Ruth Barrett, an assortment of Goddess jewelry, hair adornments, handmade antler pipes, and 2020 We-Moon date books and wall calendars. dancingtree.org

Dancingmoon Gourds

Diane Brandt, Dancingmoon00@gmail.com

Dancingmoon Gourds began in the garden over 20 years ago. I grew pumpkins and gourds for the neighborhood kids, then I bought a book and a few tools, and the passion ignited. Each Dancingmoon Gourd is created to its own intention, with beauty and good energy in mind.

Dancingmoon Gourds

De-La-Wee Designs

Donna Lake, dllake54@gmail.com

I cut out wooden fish, cats and dogs that I paint in a variety of bright colors. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes. I also paint furniture and will have a small table to display as a sample so that customers can see my work to place special orders. etsy.com/shop/delawee

Downy Tree Art

Sarah Surface-Evans, slsevans@gmail.com

Enjoy original paintings, prints, cards, buttons, patches, and cloth handbags made from fabric I design – all inspired by the beauty of nature. Everything is handcrafted by me in my Lansing home.


Draped in Stone jewelry

Theresa Hubbard, thrshubbard@yahoo.com

An ever-changing variety of carved stone pendants, collars, bracelets and earrings of natural jaspers, agates, fossils, amazonite, lapis, amethyst, Petoskey stone, Michigan kona dolomite. All strung for long-lasting heirloom quality with durable 49 strand wire, sterling, copper, and mixed metals.


Dusty Rose Designs

Chrissy Wilford, glarnerc@yahoo.com

Handmade leather jewelry, tin jewelry and upcycled vintage jewelry.


Earth Wisdom

Minda Hart, earthwisdom80@gmail.com

Laugh out loud, smart, funny tees and some fine art tees. Silk and velvet burnout velvet jackets, metal chime drums.

earthwisdommusicandclothing.com earthwisdommusicandclothing

Eclectic Crow Arts

Inanna Fauver, inannafauver@mac.com

Mixed media 3-D art using paper, items found in nature and old metal embellishments.

Elizabeth Cutts

Elizabeth Cutts, massagetx@voyager.net

Crochet and quilted items.

Elsie Publishing
(Lesbian Connection)

Lisy Harmon, lc@lconline.org

Lesbian Connection – The free worldwide forum of news & ideas for, by and about lesbians, and What Helen Heard – What’s Happening for Michigan Lesbians



Enviro-Mental Art

Cecilia Garcia-Linz, enviromentalartinformation@gmail.com

Mixed media and sculptures from repurposed and found materials.



Everybody Reads Books

Diane Krantz,


Books with a focus on women and artists, especially those written and/or illustrated by women. Buttons and stickers that reflect inclusion and pride.


Family Spirits Homestead

Cynthia”Cindi” Swartz, fspirits1@yahoo.com

Locally grown/homemade spreadables and condiments. Made the way grandma used to cook, with fresh produce and love. Handcrafted goods from the Louisville Knitting Guild.

God’s Bath & Body Anointed Gifts

DARLENE HARDY, contact@godsbathandbodyanointedgifts.com

Bath products & accessories: shower gels, body lotions, bath powders, designer fragrance body oils, large candles, bubble bath and Shea butter soap.


goldenrod music

susan frazier, sales@goldenrod.com

Women’s music cds, dvds and books plus festival performer goodies.


Goldenrod Music

Jessie Blume

Jessica Lawson, jessieblumebags@gmail.com

Handmade bags made from genuine leather.


Jhaan Studios

Julie Haan, jhaanstudios@gmail.com

Kiln-formed art glass combined with stained glass and printing techniques to create pieces that are inspiring, beautiful and functional.

jhaanstudios jhaanstudios.com


Linda Appicelli, Lkappice@hotmail.com

I create brooches and necklaces from vintage and broken jewelry and metal findings. I have made a number of custom pieces that include personal items that are meaningful to the recipient.


Michelle Smithers, m3lake@gmail.com

Fun, unique wood creations that bring a touch of whimsy to any home.


Lincoln Street Art

Chris Cypher, chrislcypher@gmail.com

Acrylic painting on wood, glass and canvas. Also watercolor.

Lincoln Street Art

Lucy Synk Fantasy Art

Lucy Synk, lucy@lucysynkfantasyart.com

Two series of paintings. One is very detailed acrylics on stretched canvas, see “Halloween in Oak Park” for example. The other is acrylic and mixed media on wood panels, using a wide variety of techniques. In many cases, there are layers of panels to create a 3D effect, and several are round rather than the traditional rectangular art.



Lychens Art Studio

Erin Simonson, Lychens.art@gmail.com

I paint and draw original art, with a penchant for 80s nostalgia subject matters. I also have sublimation prints of my work on coffee cups, coasters, magnets, etc.



Madness & Magic

Melissa Yurashus, myurashus@sbcglobal.net

Observations and affirmations from the other side, hand-lettered on abstract backgrounds, for your musing.

Mayan Women’s Cooperative of Guatemala

Carol BrunDelRe and Vilma Garcia Garcia, carol.brundelre@gmail.com

We will sell boldly colored items of woven and bead work made by Mayan Women in Guatemala. These may include, but are not limited to, scarves, purses, quilts, toys, and jewelry. All profits will go directly to the artisans. Many of the Mayan women depend on the craft to support their families. The stores only pay them a pittance for their work, but it is dangerous to sell in the streets. Street crime makes it risky and the police can also confiscate their work.

Me, Myself & I
Handmade Jewelry

Jessica Timm, luckysqueaker@gmail.com

Handmade semi-precious stone jewelry and original designs.


Melissa Sterenberg
Artistic Designs

Melissa Sterenberg, Verndale2@juno.com

One-of-a-kind mosaics — including mirrors, crosses, Michigan’s, inspirational words, owls, arrows, pendants. Also matted and framed original “ink mosaics” of Michigan, cats, dogs, angels.


Michelle Detering Art

Michelle Detering, deteringm@gmail.com

Nature inspired watercolor paintings. I have an assortment of original watercolors, limited edition giclee prints and greeting cards for sale. michelledeteringart.com

Moon Goddess Creations

Cynthia Ricks, cynthia.s.ricks@gmail.com

Discover my one-of-a-kind handcrafted silver jewelry designed especially for you! All created with powerful healing crystals and stunning stones that will provide a feeling of grounding and protection. This jewelry is intentionally constructed to align and balance your Chakras. In addition to the spiritual jewelry, you will find rare crystals, minerals and rocks for your alter, protection pouch or to enhance a space.

Ok Art & Crafty Sisters

Penny and Clarice Krebiehl


Beeswax candles, healing salves and lotions, herbal tea blends, wreaths with dried flowers and garlic, crocheted and knitted goods, Hand-painted aprons, potholders and tablerunners, spirit dolls, quilts. pennyokart.com

Pam Pulley Pottery

Pam Pulley, pulleype@aol.com

I create handmade functional work for every day use. I enjoy the process of making work that can also be pleasing to the eye and/or the hands holding the piece.

Peace and Prosperity Through Art

Laura Irene Wayne, Arttitude@aol.com

Paintings, prints, greeting cards and boxes of goddesses, womyn drummers and abstract womyn dancing. Altar wooden objects and Altar boxes by Artist Laura Irene Wayne. ailypaintworks.com/Artists/laura-irene-wayne-8547

Rhizome Studio

Lena B. Ellis-Boatman

Original, hand-pulled prints celebrating the natural world, stories, and feminist politics – woodcuts, linocuts, lithographs, intaglios, and screenprints. Feminist-themed, handmade cloth goods including patches and stuffed creatures. rhizomeartstudio.com

rhizome.studio rhizome.artstudio

River’s Edge Fiber Arts

Carol Larsen, carol@riversedgefiberarts.com

River’s Edge Fiber Arts is introducing its fresh from the studio new line of “A Real Piece of Work” Art-To-Wear incorporating new textiles, vintage/antique kimonos and saris repurposed into gorgeous one-of-a-kind pieces. There will also be coordinating pieces to complete your individual look available. riversedgefiberarts.com

Rosa’s Treasures

Rosa Garcia, rosie13.rg@gmail.com

Unique handcrafted jewelry. Pieces are both casual and elegant. Stop by and find your treasure.

Soulful Earth Herbals

Kathaleen Parker,

Handcrafted, natural personal care products including soaps, lotions, herbal salves, balms, bath treatments, herbal hair oils, and natural deodorants. soulfulearthherbals.com


Stone Cloud Gardens Ltd.

Marjorie Johns,

Handmade herbal soaps, herbal vinegars, homegrown fruit jams.


Teresa Gingras

Teresa Gingras, dharmama1@yahoo.com

Fabric gift bags, pillow cases, stained glass ornaments, comic book theme cards.

The Silk Road

Yvette Hugan, silkroad420@icloud.com

Handmade and/or hand-dyed clothing and accessories of vintage design.



The Writing Center @ MSU

Trixie Smith, smit1254@msu.edu

To help build a living archive of strangers talking to strangers, The Writing Center collects stories from events all over the Greater Lansing area. With these efforts, our goal is to bridge differences by telling and listening to the stories of residents from the Greater Lansing Area. writing.msu.edu; cc-project.org; #ConnectCreate

Tilo’s Succs & Such

Tina & Lauren Merrell, shinyplants@gmail.com

We grow and propagate our own succulents. We then plant them in vintage or handcrafted pots. We also make home decor from recycled and upcycled materials.


Tiny Glass Canvas

Jen Baker, jen.loforese@gmail.com

Handmade stained glass wind chimes with driftwood bases.

tinyglasscanvas.com; TinyGlassCanvas


Darcy Wildt, darcywildt3@gmail.com

Art with positive messages using recycled materials, vintage jewelry, popular quotes and my own personal poetry/sayings. Framed art, jewelry trees, embellished boxes, and unusual sculpture – fun, happy, gorgeous and so unique! A little bit of my heart and soul goes into each piece. Seriously. Awesome for gift giving! etsy.com/shop/wishboneart