Clay artist Amanda Barr will be with us for HMC4. Her handmade, one-of-a-kind ceramics will no doubt be some of the most coveted items at the event. Amanda uses her own custom printing process and makes everything from start to finish in her studio. Pretty cool right?! Visit her Etsy shop to see all sorts of creations like bowls, tumblers, buttons and more! Check out Amanda’s tumblr to learn more about her and her process.
I couldn’t be more happy to share both of these awesome vendors with you. These creative Quad Cities kids will be selling some unique items at the Spring event.
Ray Ybarra of Calluxcity will selling a variety of hand-spun yarns along with some of his hand knitted items. Ray will be taking orders at the show as well for custom projects! Make sure to stop and say hello.
Calluxcity on Etsy
Visit Ray’s handmade city booth on April 30th!
It makes me feel old to know that this amazing artist is all grown perusing his artist career. Eric Thomas Wolever was buddies with my little brother Owen back in the day and evening knowing him then I could tell that he was one creative kid. I am super excited to see what type of ceramics he will be bring to the Spring show and looking forward to picking up some for myself. You must check out his booth and tell him ‘Hanavan’ sent you! ~ rose