2022 Artisans

Here’s a quick look at some of the artists you’ll see this year.

Jewelry

Cindre

CINDRE is jewelry for every~body. Genderless pieces created for the love of self adornment at accessible price points. Focusing primarily on architectural forms and maximal minimalism. All CINDRE jewelry is created by hand, by the artist. Nothing is outsourced, mass produced, or cast in bulk. Every single piece has been constructed lovingly, every stone set perfectly by hand, in small quantities and with a keen attention to detail.

Home Goods & Decor

Bean Street Studio

Bean Street Studio is a fiber art and jewelry design studio inspired by nature, memories, and frankly- whatever we like. Bean Street Studio art should make you feel happy, warm, and inspired.

Textiles

Threads Take Flight

Wordworkings / Carvings

Steve Herrera

I create refined and repurposed art using reclaimed wood and epoxy resin, usually in the form of cutting boards, charcuterie boards, small tables, and end tables. These pieces are all handmade using a rigorous process. Each piece is unlike any other piece, they are all created with stunning and vivid colors that reflect each piece’s character and composure.

Photography

Janet Maes Gagliano

Metal Works

TINtero Workshop & Gallery

A fifth generation tinsmith in the Delgado family tradition, Jason Younis is a juried member of the Spanish Colonial Arts Society and registered with New Mexico True. He’s created tin using traditional techniques since 1984.

Painting

Alex Chavez

Paper / Stationery

Off Grid Studio

Home Goods & Decor

Upside Goods Co

Paper / Stationery

Myths & Maps

Jewelry

Danny Hart Design Studio

Born and raised in New Mexico, Danny Hart is an accomplished woodworker who thoughtfully handcrafts everything from gorgeous pieces of jewelry to heirloom-quality furniture. Did you know: Danny designed the highly-Instagramable Sawmill Market entryway installation!

Home Goods & Decor

Submaterial

Made up of a collection of skilled fabricators, Submaterial focuses on natural and sustainable materials like wool felt and cork to create beautiful and responsibly produced designs for home interiors and public spaces.

Sculpture

Barbara Burzillo Fine Art

Ceramics

Heather Morton

Body Products

S. A. Plunkett Naturals LLC

An admiration for nature and a need for skincare that is gentle enough for sensitive skin have been the driving forces in the development of S.A. Plunkett Naturals. Sally thoughtfully crafts each of her botanical-based bath and body products to be safe, effective, and sustainable.

Recycled / Upcycled

Reimaginary Friends

Textiles

Donna Contractor

Jewelry

Emanuela Aureli / Jewelrywork

Ceramics

Mud Pie Arts Pottery

Painting

Nancy Begin

Jewelry

Meltdown Studio

Body Products

Laughing Turtle Soap Co.

There was a time before plastic. You could pronounce the ingredients, and shopping for your family supported the local community of farmers, crafters and purveyors. Laughing Turtle was built on a desire to be part of that age-old ecosystem. Through years of rewarding work, we proudly offer our community the finest, natural bath and body products.

Home Goods & Decor

Fehrunissa Willett

Jewelry

Southwest Sigil

Handmade from the highest quality materials, Southwest Sigil by Emily Peck creates beautiful silver jewelry inspired by natural materials, southwest blended culture, and the uniqueness of Santa Fe.

Metal Works

Imagination Fabrication of New Mexico

Photography

Stuart Gelzer Photography

Recycled/Upcycled

Somniative

As a visual storyteller I create mixed-media assemblage & installation art using primarily found materials culled from places both near & far in my travels to where the discarded & unused lie, combining anthropology, history, re-use & art in celebration of life, beauty, freedom & joy.

Textiles

Cloud 9 Stitching

Ceramics

Miss Mary’s Shoppe

Jewelry

Stellar Metal Jewelry

Painting

Alexandrea G. Enterprise

Artist and painter Alexandrea Gowan harnesses her experiences, fascinations, and dreams to create fantastical works of art. Alexandrea seeks to create pieces that communicate universal feelings in the hopes that her work will touch each viewer in a way that’s personal to them.

Folk Art

Red Paint Studio

Body Products

Taos Bee

Textiles

K D Designs

Jewelry

Randy Montoya

Glass

Alice Slemmons

Recycled / Upcycled

Scattered Light Stitchery

Sewing and stitching individual pieces of work bring something personal and intimate, which I find soothes my soul. I’m not only helping these clothes and textiles live on, but also continuing a craft passed on through mostly women, mostly relatives, like a folktale.

Jewelry

Jewelry By James

Photography

Kristin Schillaci Photography

Jewelry

KM Kreations

Kathleen McCaughey is a long time resident of Albuquerque, NM. She enjoys the outdoors and the beauty of the southwest, which inspires the design of her silver jewelry. Her background in engineering and manufacturing, results in jewelry that is both elegant and functional. Kathleen avidly pursues her silversmithing skills and continually searches for new methods and materials to incorporate into her jewelry.

 

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