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2016 Carousel Fine Craft Show and Brass Ring Gala

Posted by: Heather Applegate

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2016 Carousel Fine Craft Show and Brass Ring Gala

2016 Carousel Fine Craft Show and Brass Ring Gala
2016 Carousel Fine Craft Show & Brass Ring Gala

Brass Ring Gala Preview Party
Friday, March 18th
Tickets: $50 and include weekend admission to the show

Fine Craft Show
Saturday & Sunday, March 19th-20th
Tickets: $3 one day, $5 weekend pass

Tickets may be purchased online at
Just click the blue Buy Event Tickets button on the top right of the website.

Come out to meet and support your local artists!

Crafters/Artists Participating:

Heather Applegate – Photography
Heather Applegate Photography
Photographic images of the well-known to the unnoticed; and down the road, to around the world.

Lecy Campbell - Ceramics
Drumboden Tiles
Handcrafted ceramic relief tile and ceramic gift items.

Bonnie Boochard – Fiber
Busy B Studio
Busy B Studio creates hand-crafted, heirloom quality wearables with meticulous attention to quality and detail. Most are knitted or crocheted using unique fibers and open stitches, creating an original look to add to your attire.

Walter Turpening – Furniture/Seating
Custom fitted seating for discerning individuals. Seating for artisans working at their craft; weaving, spinning, knitting, and musicians.

Rob Scaffe – Wood
Traditional furniture.

Blair H. White - Jewelry
Jewelry by Hand
One-of-a-kind handmade jewelry in sterling and 14kt gold.

Amy Brandenburg – Jewelry
Amy Brandenburg Studio
Jewelry inspired by turn of the century styles, created from Precious Metal Clay (PMC) in fine silver, copper and bronze, with gemstones and enamel. Miniature wearable historic houses, castles and birdhouses hand sculpted from PMC.

Karen Hitchcock – Glass
Karen Hitchcock Glass Creations
As a glass enthusiast I create pieces ranging from functional to whimsical using my inspiration from nature.

Richard Dwyer – Wood
My Turn
I turn natural edge bowls and hollow forms from highly figured wood and burls. Starting with the log, the finished piece is designed and turned to show off the figure and the pleasing shape of the form.

Kathryn Jenkins – Jewelry/Metals/Fibers
Berry Patch Designs
Jewelry handcrafted in copper, silver and brass using metalsmithing techniques. Additionally, fiber and metal accessories such as hand dyed scarves, hand felted brooches, hair barrettes.

Aleta Chandler ¬– Jewlery
Almost Aleta Studio
Using random objects, either antiques or metal parking lot finds, unique jewelry with a story is created to offer a piece of art worth telling a tale. I make jewelry that feels good and gets attention.

Joyce B. Smith - Basketry
Basket making using various materials such as wood, barks (western red cedar, birch bark), paper, metal and fibers. Woods include black ash, walnut, oak, elm, and while willow. Baskets made include traditional styles such as Nantucket and Shaker as well as free form.

Linda Feagans – Jewelry
Tree of Life Creations
Hand crafted statement jewelry that tells a story and touches your heart.

Tami W. “Mimi” Moore – Jewelry
Francais au Fond (French at Heart)
Handmade fine silver, sterling silver, freshwater pearls and gemstone jewelry.

Mary Porter – Pottery
MP’s Textured Treasures
Texturizing my pottery pieces with vintage lace and the flora of our region allows me to preserve the beauty of their designs in an entirely different medium for year-round enjoyment.

Ruthie Cohen – Jewelry
Ruthie Cohen – Timeless Jewelry Designs in Precious Metals
Timeless jewelry designs featuring unusual stones that are either fabricated and constructed from sheet and wire or cast from one of a kind hand-carved waxes.

Sandy Moore – Glass Jewelry
Dichroic Glass Art
I specialize in one of a kind, fine handcrafted, three dimensional glass jewelry made by fusing, etching, layering and embellishing. I even make some of my own glass from glass powder and glass frit!

Janet Odendahl – Fiber
Triple T Workshop featuring Janet’s Jackets
Quilted jackets in all sizes with Oriental, Southwest or patchwork motifs. Fabric tote bags.

Kipp Brixey – Pottery
I\'m a functional potter focused on ergonomics and improving function through form. I specialize in older/antique recreations.

Nancy Fischman – Ceramics
Functional, hand-built ceramics using high-fired stoneware.

Sarah Dorr – Ceramics
Sarah Dorr Ceramics
I create ceramic sculptures, and my art is a reflection of the observations, interactions, and relationships I have with this beautiful thing called life.

Anne Reid – Ceramics
Hand built clay vessels decorated with expressive color, line and pattern.

Josh Manning – Ceramics
Parlour Pottery
My work deals with three major components; complexities of function, the necessity for it, and surface modulation or decoration. Food also plays a central role in most everything I make, from storage jars and flatware to visual inspiration.

Ellen Turpening - Fiber


Clinchfield Street

Kingsport, TN 37660


March 18th, 2016 - Friday

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

March 19th, 2016 - Saturday

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

March 20th, 2016 - Sunday

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Registration Information

Registration is NOT Required

Event Coordinator

Heather Applegate


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