Gayle Mayhew : Fun Girls Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 210
  • Website: www.fungirlsjewelry.com
  • I make handcrafted jewelry from lampwork glass beads make from rods of Italian glass, melted in a table top torch in my studio. I marry these with stones, pearls, and odd things, from around the world. I use some found objects, some recycled materials, or anything that captures my interest, for very interesting jewelry.

    Jeanne Cassanova : Cassanovas Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 464
  • Website: www.cassanovasJewelry.com
  • We design & create the jewelry completely in house without employees or contractors. We use 14K golds sterling & pure silver and genuine gems & pearls. Jeanne sculpts by flowing & shaping molten waxes with her electric wax tools & dental scrapers. We vacuum invest and spin cast. Don transforms the castings into the finished jewelry by adding textures, setting the gems, forging & fusing/soldering multiple cast parts. All the power equipment he uses is for the dental laboratory.

    Alex Szabados

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 455
  • Website: www.monaenamels.com
  • Enamels w/24k gold in 40 layers and firings, set in hand fabricated 18&22k gold. Granulation. Stones

    Elizabeth Lynn Moon : Elizabeth Lynn Moon Original Art Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 467
  • Website: www.ElizabethLynnMoon.com
  • I approach the creation of my one of a kind necklace sets as impressionist art interpreting life to be passed through generations. Each necklace is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, with a photograph of the design, a short poetic descriptor written for the piece, and a list of materials including anything of quality that inspires me. Pearls, gemstones, art vintage glass, crystal, and silver vermeil or copper. Sets from $180. Earrings also available.

    George Anderson

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 571
  • Website: www.primitiveelegance.com
  • Individually made and one of a kind jewelry and accessories fabricated from Bronze/Brass/Nickel Silver/Copper/Cupro-Nickel/other re-purposed metals.

    Glenn Dizon

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 567
  • Website: www.glenndizon.com
  • One of a kind 14K gold rings, pendants, and earrings set with rare and unusual gemstones. I do all the work myself without the use of molds, or computer aided tools. I do all the work form the design, to the original wax work, to the casting, to the stone setting, to the finishing.

    Ina Hohensee : Jewelry by Ina

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 229
  • Website: www.jewelrybyina.com
  • Contemporary studio jewelry in gold and silver. I combine modern designs with inspiration I find in nature especially in plant and marine life. Simple organic shapes are translated into wearable art through the process of hand fabrication. I use a variety of jewelry techniques such as soldering, fusing and forming. One of my favorite technique is Keum Boo the Korean Art of fusing a fine layer of 24 Karat Gold to silver for dramatic contrasts.

    Jeanette Boiteux : Dream Light Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 206
  • Website: www.tableoflight.com
  • I am a full time jewelry artisan who makes 100% of the jewelry that I sell at festivals. Fine glass, gemstone, crystal, & millefiori. Handmade beaded necklaces, bracelets, earrings, anklets. I specialize in jewelry designs using square and rectangle cut millefiori glass. I also design with gemstones such as larimar, ruby in zoisite, kyanite, tourmaline, cubic circonia, and other beautiful gemstones.

    John Akhtar : Mopilo Designs

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 531
  • Pearls, coral and shell Jewelry all set in sterling silver settings. We hand cut all the shells and corals. John does the silver work, making all the bezels,while Heather does the inlay work. We design our pieces to be clean, well balanced with lots of motion.

    Kristi Taylor : Got Sparkles

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 430
  • Website: www.gotsparkles.com
  • I create unique jewelry incorporating sterling silver, fine silver, 10K, 14K gold, pearls, gemstones and Swarovski crystals. I have been creating and selling my designs under the Got Sparkles name since 2006 at craft fairs, online, and at my retail shop in Old Sacramento. Nearly all metal components are created by me using traditional silversmithing and metalworking techniques. Exceptions are fine chain some clasps. Heavier chains and clasps are created by me.

    Lisa Hilquist : Lisa Hilquist Studio

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 540
  • Website: www.lisahilquist.com
  • One of a kind jewelry pieces, completely handcrafted with fused glass, precious metal clay, precious metals and gemstones. Multiple ancient and modern techniques used including: viking knit metal chaining, byzantine chain maille, dichroic glass and precious metal clay fusing, and precious metal wire wrapping.

    Lynn Guenther

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 428
  • Website: www.heartandsoulgallery.com
  • From her studio in beautiful Santa Cruz, California, Lynn Guenther creates contemporary works with ancient meanings, timeless designs meant to build a bridge across world cultures. Through overlay, chase and Repouss�, foldforming, and other fabrication techniques, she mixes silver, copper, and gold for added depth and texture. These metals are embellished with precious gemstones.

    Melissa McCumiskey : Studio 522 Art Glass

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 524
  • Website: www.522artglass.com
  • In 2005, accomplished glass artists and educators Melissa McCumiskey and Penny Ruhter established Studio 522 Art Glass. The studio allows the artist to pursue their true passion to create glass and to challenge the boundaries of blown, kiln-formed and torch-worked glass techniques gives each of them, the ability to express their creativity, collaborate and create truly unique art.

    Pedro Castro : Del Crisol Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 446
  • Website: www.delcrisol.com
  • My original designs. Hand-crafted pieces in gold and sterling silver, combined with natural precious and semi precious stones. I hand fabricate bezels, hinges, stone setting, as well as applying techniques such us: soldering, etching, forging, filing, buffing and polishing.

    Shamila Jiwa : Shamila Fine Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 519
  • Website: www.shamila.com
  • Shamila Fine Jewelry features exquisite and unusual custom-cut gems paired with precious, sustainably sourced metals. Created by hand, one piece at a time in Seattle, WA the collection emanates a global-chic aesthetic with a contemporary and timeless appeal. Award winning stacking rings, red carpet worthy statement earrings, one of a kind cocktail rings and boa necklaces feature stunning gemstones accented with distinct diamond details.

    Shari Milner : Shari Milner Designs

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 473
  • Website: artsicle.com/shari-milner
  • I work with semi precious stone, pearls, glass, Gold, Rhodium and Sterling. I drill, solder, and assemble. I have a Sophisticated, evocative look with pieces selling at $28.00 to $350.00. My work has been described as organic, peaceful, soft and whimsical. "Oh what lovely peaceful jewelry"

    Shelly Woollvin : Perle di Vetro

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 483
  • Website: www.perledivetro.com
  • I make glass beads and jewelry. All of my lamp work glass is handmade by me in my home studio. Each piece of jewelry is made from recycled sterling silver, fine silver, copper, and gold filled wires and components. My designs are influenced by the things I love about California. Beads and colors may have overt or subtle influence from the beach, the night sky, flowers, animals, and nature images.

    Soni Bergman : Soni Bergman Designs

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 529
  • Website: www.sonidesigns.com
  • My jewelry combines an ancient and contemporary feel that are fresh and funky. I use pearls and stones to add color sparkle. I use various techniques. I do knotting and wire wrapping to attach the stones. I forge my gold silver to get the forms I desire, I solder. I create many of my beads and clasps in Precious Metal Clay. I use silver bronze and copper clay in my work.