Jeanne Kennedy

Featured Artist: Jeanne Kennedy

Whimsical Creations for your garden and home from vintage glass and china.

I was born in Michigan and have also lived in Minnesota, Kentucky and Texas. We have travelled to the beautiful Finger Lakes Region visiting friends for over 40 years and we finally purchased a brick Victorian home in the little village of Avoca for our retirement. We have spent the last 6 years restoring it and its gardens to their former splendor.

Jeanne Kennedy's Gallery


Jeanne Kennedy

Featured Artist: Paul Guglielmo

Home Grown Marinara Sauce

Paul Guglielmo is a sauce maker from Rochester, NY. He began making pasta sauces with his grandfather when he was a teenager. He carried that over in to becoming a hobby, and eventually, a full fledged business!

Grandpa Pete took me under his wing and my first lesson was in the tomato fields. The rest is history…

Paul Guglielmo's Gallery


William Bullard

Featured Artist: William Bullard

Bill's Bowls

William Bullard, master woodworker, is a finish trim carpenter by trade and.has been turning bowls for over 20 years. All bowls are made from one solid piece of wood, finished in beeswax and walnut oil, most are food safe except for the burl bowls. Most wood is from central New York and is harvested from storm damage, logging operations, etc.

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Elizabeth Lassing Jewelry

Featured Artist: April Elizabeth Leithner

Elizabeth Lassing Jewelry

Elizabeth Lassing is a designer and creator of unique custom jewelry from Ithaca, NY, specializing in beadweaving and wirework. What began as a hobby over 15 years ago flourished into a world of sharing beautiful pieces with fellow jewelry enthusiasts alongside teaching jewelry making for students of all ages and offering services such as repairs, customizations, and birthday parties. Elizabeth Lassing designs captivating jewelry that can be worn for all kinds of occasions, ranging from simple pairs of every day earrings to lavish wedding sets, utilizing materials such as dazzling Swarovski crystals, Miyuki seed beads, and beautiful gemstones.

Elizabeth Lassing Jewelry Gallery


Bo's Bones

Featured Artist: Bo's Bones

The Best Organic Dog Biscuit in the land!

Welcome to Bo's Bones, home of the honey-rich organic dog biscuits that are the first choice of dogs and people who love them. Baked in Upstate NY, we're proud of our product and our role in supporting canine care and rescue groups. Locally sourced ingredients include NYS award-winning honey, organic grains, and eggs from nearby free-ranging chickens on a family farm.

Bo's Bones Gallery


Bo's Bones

Featured Artist: Peace, Baby! Batiks

Brightly colored batik shirts for the coolest babies and kids around!

Peace, Baby! Batiks are T-shirts and dresses that kids love to wear! Each item is made by Cori Shaw Meloney in her Lansing, NY, home. She uses bright colors, bold designs that kids love, and soft 100 percent cotton to make fun clothing for babies, toddlers, big kids, grownups, and dogs. Custom orders welcome!

Peace, Baby! Batiks


Fred & Holly Lawrenson

Fred & Holly Lawrenson

Paintings by C. F. Lawrenson & Photography by H. S. Lawrenson

Fred and Holly Lawrenson are award winning artists residing in Elkland, PA.

Fred's paintings have placed in several regional juried exhibits along with receiving five viewer's choice awards. His painting, ORIGINS, was selected to the Paint America Top 100 in 2007 and went on a national tour with the other selections throughout 2008.

Holly has had a love of photography her entire life. Her favorite pastime is hiking and biking the paths and trails of Tioga County with her camera around her neck. Holly loves to shoot landscapes, butterflies, wildlife, children, senior portraits, and sometimes weddings.

Fred & Holly Lawrenson


Eileen Weishan

Featured Artist: Eileen Weishan

Handmade One-of-a-Kind Accessories

I have enjoyed and been involved in art since I was young with the influence of my Grandmother. Guided by my mother, I began sewing clothes when I was 10 years old, gradually progressing to tailoring and much later, children’s clothes for my grandchildren. Embroidery, especially counted cross stitch, open work and pulled thread has been a joy and challenge to learn. A few years ago I decided to try beading.

Bringing all of these elements together has brought me full circle. It has been very enjoyable and satisfying to combine sewing, embroidery and beading to create the details that go into a scarf or purse. I enjoy the feel or “hand” of the textiles and using small seed beads for emphasis and embellishment.

Eileen Weishan Designs