Arts & Crafts Show

Visitors are invitded to visit the Arts and Crafts show put on by the Decatur Art Guild near and inside the old ice-rink / paviliean.

There are lots of intresting treasures to be found from traditonal wall-art, to yard-art, custom knives, and trinkets of all kids its sure to exite and delight!  While you are there athere are also several food vendors as well to enjoy!  

 

A List of Art Vendors is provided below:

  • Sandra Abbott - Pottery

  • Amy Ballard - Chidlren's hairbows and clothing

  • Anita Boyle - Crocheted bags, aprons

  • Alma Britt - Leather

  • Ann Brown - Sewing, crochet, tatting

  • Karen Brown - Wood scroll work, toys

  • Susan Bryant - Painted crosses, signs

  • Sue Buckelew - Children's clothing

  • Mavis Butts - Wood boxes, frames

  • Joe Carter - Paintings 

  • Kay Cornelius - Hats

  • Janette Cramer - Ceramics

  • Mary Crane - Stained glass, kaleidoscopes

  • Lisa Crawford - Aprons, baby items

  • Susan Crowe - Baby and kitchen items

  • Glenda Davis - Shirts and jackets with lace

  • Delilah Day - Essential oils soaps, candles, ceramics

  • Janice Dearman - Purses, pet supplies

  • Decatur Art Guild members - Paintings

  • Shawn Daughty - Art prints, mugs, socks

  • Richard Dougherty - Airplanes from recycled cans

  • Ray Dutton - Birdhouses

  • Shane Fowler - Cedar and oak tables, benches, stools

  • Kristy Fuell - Suncatchers, keychains, posters

  • Jim and Jody Gadra - Birdfeeders, jouses

  • Julie Gilkey - Goat milk soap, lotions 

  • Wayne Griffith - Coin rings walking canes 

  • Waihong Hatton - Items personalized in Chinese

  • Randall Hanson - Dog feeders, potato bags

  • Beth Harrison - Handmade soaps, lotions

  • June Henderson - Fabric kitchen items

  • Hannah Hopkins - Pottery

  • Connie Hulsey - Recycled crafts, jewelry, books

  • Liping Jackson - Hand-formed clay animals

  • Kaye Johns - Children's jewelry, beads, arrowheads

  • Kim Johnson - Comic and pop culture art

  • Terry Jones - Turned wood bowls

  • Kathy KelleyCandles

  • Cynthi Kovach - Papier mache sculptures

  • Teresa Lackey - Door hangers, signs

  • Christina Langley - Baby items, children's clothes

  • Deborah Langley - Beaded decor, driftwood crosses

  • Betty Liss - Fabric dolls, dot painting

  • Johanna Littleton Paintings

  • Barbara Long - Knives

  • Sherry & Don Lowery - Seaglass jewelry, woodcrafts

  • Leldon Massey - Scroll saw cutting

  • Tonia Mathis - Dog biscuits, halos

  • Marlene Maves - Crocheted Jewelry, fudge candy

  • Pat McDonald - Watercolor, art

  • Brenda Mitchell - Doll clothes, purses

  • Karen Mitchell - Painted door hangers

  • Carol Montgomery - Fabric items, painted gourds

  • Lucy Moore - Stuffed toys, blankets

  • Thomas Moore - Wood shadow boxes, spice racks

  • Anthony & Tracy Murcks - Chair caning

  • Joe and Cassie Nelson - Baskets

  • Janet Nichols - Pottery, wind chimes

  • Delores & Roni Norbut - Bags, shirts, door hangers

  • Jessica Nunno - Science fiction art

  • Nathan Payne - Caricature artist 

  • Don & Maudie Phillips - Jellies, cider

  • Barton Pierce - Wood bowls, trays, coaster

  • Dianne Ragsdale - Paintings, clay jewelry

  • Gary Reid - Purses from cowboy boots

  • Toni Roberts - Natural stone jewelry

  • Brian Ross - Name rings, bracelets

  • Jocelyn Scott - Face painting

  • Kenneth Smith - Stained glass mosaic

  • Liz Smith - Photography

  • Lydia Smith - Porcelain

  • Christine Stewart - Paracord jewelry, clothesbaskets

  • Kay Stone - Mesh wreaths, pallet frames, crosses

  • David Thompson - Ironwork

  • Beverly Tripaldi - illows, caps, dog clothes

  • Bobby Upton - Native American beaded moccasins

  • Butch Walker - Books written by Butch Walker

  • Marvin and Maureen Wallace - Monogrammed cellphone covers

  • Nancy Williams - Art

  • Arnold Washburn - Watercolors, pastels, oil pantings

  • Ginger Wright - Rustic recycled wood

  • Athens Optimist Club- Food vendor