Are You Ready to Win for the Carolina Artisan Craft Market Ticket Giveaway?
Details of the the Carolina Artisan Craft Market Ticket Giveaway. THREE (3) randomly selected winners will receive FOUR (4) tickets to the Carolina Artisan Craft Market November 11th – 13th in Raleigh, NC. What is the Carolina Artisan Craft Market?
This November, master craft artisans will convene in Raleigh for the annual Carolina Artisan Craft Market – a premier three-day event representing a showcase of jury-selected artists from North Carolina and across the United States. Formerly known as the Fine Designer Craft Show, the 2016 Market has established a new home in the heart of Downtown Raleigh at the Raleigh Convention Center to connect artists and enthusiasts through a love of exceptional artisan craft.
So, are you ready to go? I am! But let’s check out some of the artists that will be featured at the Carolina Artisan Craft Market, shall we?
Alan Bennett and Rosemary Bennett are North Carolina potters who create amazing stoneware clay or porcelain fish sculptures inspired by childhood experiences in and around water.
Inspired by the relationships between herself, as caretaker, and the animals on her Leelanau County Michigan farm, she creates sculptures expressing the beautiful balance between strength and vulnerability and the mystical balance between heaven and earth.
John Furches, Printmaker
John creates etchings and aqua-tints from his hand drawn zinc plates out of his Elkin, North Carolina studio. Best known for his ability to depict the relationships of color and nature in rural landscapes and nostalgic still lives, John’s work explores the natural world around us and reflects a balance of light, color, and texture.
Amy Flynn, mixed media artist, creates amazing found object robots in her Fobots Studio in Raleigh, North Carolina. Amy received the 2014 People’s Choice Award and the 2014 Craftsmen Choice Award at the 45th Annual Fine Designer Crafts Show in Raleigh.
Carol Clay and Mac Chambers are fiber artists from Greensboro, North Carolina. Carol and Mac create handwoven wearable art and mohair or 100% organic cotton throws based on color waves inspired by nature.
Charles Pinckney, jeweler and sculptor, creates earrings, bracelets, rings, pendants, brooches and more out of his studio in Athens, Georgia. With metal, stones, bone and wood, he creates a composition that feels balanced and exciting to him.
David Goldhagen, glass artist, established his art glass studio on Lake Chatuge in Western North Carolina in 1979. David’s sculptural forms and massive handblown glass plates are distinguished by his unique style of layering color and form.
Jeweler Annie Grimes Williams creates earrings, necklaces and bracelets in her CopperTide Fine Metalwork and Enameling Studio in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She uses traditional metalsmithing techniques, such as shell forming, piercing, and enameling to create colorful wearable pieces of art.
Andy Costine, woodworker in his ARC Woodworking shop in Tryon, North Carolina, creates boxes, mirrors and tables using wood with intense grain and rich, strong color. Each piece contains a combination of organic and geometric elements.
Using a combination of woods, Archie creates a modern rendering that draws from ancient roots. He personally handcrafts each one-of-a-kind instrument to be a unique melding of art and music.
So, how about that giveaway? Enter below!
Contest Runs through 11:59 p.m. on 10/19.