1871 Project

1871 Project

1871 PROJECT

1871 Project started with a creative passion and love for Birmingham. Alex Joganic is a Birmingham graphic designer and uses '1871' as his creative outlet. He and his wife screen print everything they sell. Creative thought and effort is put into each and every detail resulting in high quality, hand-made shirts and hats and other keepsake items. With love for the Magic City and its rich history, 1871 Project strives to be a symbol of inspiration to others. Their roots lie in the simplicity of artisan craftsmanship and the incredible city that is Birmingham!

Andrea Lucas Studio

Andrea Lucas Studio

ANDREA LUCAS

 

Though I live in Birmingham now, I was born in very rural Perry County Alabama. Back in the 1960’s we did not have the technical stimuli that exist today however there were ample materials to make and create! No doubt - roots of my artistry are traced back to our farm; Grassland Farms. I am a Home Grown Southern Woman to the core. I am about: Sweet Tea, saying 'howdy'...to EVERYONE, going barefoot in grass, break time in my hammock, morning walks with Ol' Noah and holding hands with my ol'man, playing 'Hide the Bug' with Grayson but before and between and after all these most important ingredients of my life I create beauty ALL DAY LONG! I live it and breath it and when I'm not creating, I'm dreaming about it! My children are grown and my parents are gone. For the first time in my adult life I can put all my talent and energy and my time into my career as an artist or so I thought until the greatest blessing ever happened...GRANDCHILDREN!!! So now, I create whenever possible but with age thankfully has come wisdom and I do know what is the most important part of my life. My family! Without Question! I have been a Multi-Media artist for over 30 years now.

Anne Moore Jewelry

Anne Moore Jewelry

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ANNE MOORE JEWELRY

I am a metal smith who loves to create simple and modern pieces that are timeless and feminine. I primarily work with sterling, gold filled and some copper. I like little details so I often embellish my pieces with tiny gemstones or freshwater pearls. My jewelry is simple, versatile and can be worn with a variety of styles. It makes me really happy when people tell me they love to wear my jewelry- that's what it's all about for me.

After living all over the country and raising our three daughters, my husband and I find ourselves back where we started in sweet home Alabama- and loving it! 

Ashley McCullars Art

Ashley McCullars Art

ASHLEY McCULLARS ART

Birmingham born and raised, this local artist now resides in the Homewood community with her family. A natural artist, Ashley McCullars primarily paints with watercolors and acrylic, creating both still life and abstract pieces. Additionally, Ashley also paints custom pieces like "first homes" portraits.

Awake My Soul

Awake My Soul

AWAKE MY SOUL

Everything has a past and a beautiful future. Alabama artist, Chris Barentz takes pieces with a story and creates their beautiful future. While she became an accomplished faux finisher, Chris never lost her love of finding old pieces and giving them new life... awakening their soul and writing their beautiful future. 

Batik by Laura Stacy

Batik by Laura Stacy

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BATIK BY LAURA STACY

Birmingham's Laura Stacy creates vibrant batik designs on natural fiber fabrics. She then transforms the two dimensional fabric designs into wearable art. From messenger bags, evening clutches and daily wear purses to diaper bags - no two are ever exactly alike.

Laura tells us that the inspiration for her batik designs was born during the 1970's. A creative friend taught her the magical- but time consuming art- of batik and she's loved it ever since.

A member of Alabama Designer/Craftsmen, Laura continues to hone her skill, producing beautiful, nature inspired batik art.

Beachum Woodworks

Beachum Woodworks

BEACHUM WOODWORKS

Beachum Woodworks is a small garage shop located in Bluff Park, Alabama comprised of just two peaople - Chris and Cain Anne Beachum. It all started in 2014 when Cain Anne noticed how handy Chris was around their new home and requested that he build a large dining room table. She forgot, however, that Chris could not simply complete a project; he must master the entire subject. After 11 months of extensive reading, meeting with other woodworkers, researching local saw mills and acquiring tools, Chris built a beautiful walnut and alder table, and Cain Anne got a lot more than the week-long Pinterest project she first envisioned.

Soon after, Chris began building cutting boards, coffee tables, desks, grill tables, bar carts and other various household items for friends and family while posting his progress on Instagram. Before they knew it, they had their own logo on a branding iron. As Beachum Woodworks grew in popularity and work orders, Cain Anne learned the ropes and started working in the shop too. While not at their day jobs, most of Chris and Cain Anne's free time is spent in the shop. These days, the wouldn't have it any other way.

Working together continuously challenges and inspries them to create products that help accomplish what their dining room table once did for them: turn a house into a home.

Beads By Me For You

Beads By Me For You

BEADS BY ME FOR YOU

Birmingham area artist Lee Anne Jones creates wearable and decorative art using polymer clay. Polymer clay is synthetic clay that comes in a variety of colors. She builds canes using various techniques. The canes are then sliced and used to make earrings, necklaces, bangles and small ring dishes. She also uses the canes to cover an assortment of odd shape glass vessels and small metal cans. Lee Anne and husband Randy make items for everyday use, creating colorful and interesting patterns.

Becky Bolton

Becky Bolton

BECKY BOLTON

Becky Bolton is a self-employed clay artist of over forty years and exhibits in many regional art shows, mostly in central-Alabama. She has an interdisciplinary BS degree combining her love of science and art from the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. Over the span of her career in clay, Becky has developed her own glazes and some unique techniques! In the fall of 2015, she was hired as University of Montevallo's adjunct ceramics professor.

Enjoy meeting Becky and her beautiful, handmade pottery on Saturdays at the Market in the Alabama Designer Craftsmen tent!

Birmingham Knife Sharpening

Birmingham Knife Sharpening

BIRMINGHAM KNIFE SHARPENING

Birmingham's culinary guru, Susan Green brings knife sharpening to the Market on Saturday! Bring your kitchen knives to leave with Susan while you shop, and pick them up on your way out.

Commercial-Grade Knife Sharpening. Standard straight - edge kitchen knives 4" or less paring knives: $3 each; All other straight edge knives: $5 each. No serrated knives, scissors, meat cleavers, pocket knives, garden tools.

Birmingham Skyline

Birmingham Skyline

BIRMINGHAM SKYLINE

Birmingham's Ironman Sam creates custom, handmade iron works that are both decorative and functional. He combines strength and beauty to make masterpieces focused on local resources and culture.

The Blind Dog Biscuit Company

The Blind Dog Biscuit Company

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THE BLIND DOG BISCUIT COMPANY

The Blind Dog Biscuit Company was founded with the purpose of making all-natural treats for dogs. Each biscuit is rolled by hand and baked in small batches with love in the Baker's family kitchen!

Bluefire Stoneware

Bluefire Stoneware

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BLUEFIRE STONEWARE

Wendy Conover, owner of Bluefire Stoneware, is a stoneware artist from Sterrett, Alabama. This Shelby County potter specialized in creating beautiful stoneware using the Japanese style. This method calls on Wendy to use local clays and made from scratch glazes. Her pieces are baked in very high heat - 2,350 degrees F with a low oxygen atmosphere in a gas fueled kiln. After 48 hours of firing and cooling, the results are breathtakingly beautiful. Wendy's method produces deep, rich colors that can vary from browns and greys to blues of every hue. The colors vary depending on where they are placed in the kiln and what kind of glaze is used. The happy result of all this amazing sculpted, wheel thrown stoneware is that it is as beautiful as it is useful!

Bonnybee Designs

Bonnybee Designs

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BONNYBEE DESIGNS

My passion is creating handmade items that enrich daily life. I am married to a wonderful man who patiently supports my creative dreams and shares my quirky sense of humor. A few years ago we relocated to Birmingham, AL for me to attend graduate school and earn my Masters degree in Public Health. Since then we have fallen in love with the city and recently purchased our first house.By day I work for an electronic health records company but my nights and weekends are devoted to my creative business. I love thrifting, Pinterest, ice cream, and cuddling with my puppy dogs. In addition to making jewelry, I refinish furniture, knit, sew and make ceramics.

I have been making jewelry since I was a kid, adorning myself with neon beaded stretchy bracelets and intricately knotted friendship bracelets. I started selling my creations during college when I couldn’t afford craft supplies on my student budget. I began selling my jewelry on Etsy and at art festivals around 5 years ago and each year I find more wonderful events to attend. Some of my most popular pieces include leather beaded wrap bracelets, wire wrapped rings and natural cut gemstones with gold plated edges. I absolutely love hearing from customers and I invite you all to browse my website, follow me on social media and visit me at one of my upcoming shows!

Botaniko

Botaniko

BOTANIKO

After over 30 years of experience in the aesthetic, cosmetic, and medi-spa industries, Deborah Stone founded Stone Hollow Farmstead. The farmstead began as a small European Horse Breeding facility. When not busy with the horses, Deborah was developing her skills in product formulating, creating a line of skin and body care products while growing her own organic botanicals to include in her formulas. By growing, harvesting, and processing her own natural ingredients, she would be assured of the quality of products being produced. Botaniko Skin was born from this desire to produce pure, natural skincare products. Deborah takes her herbal and floral extracts and further enhances them with the inclusion of cosmeceuticals such as Retinol, Alpha Hydroxy, DMAE, Vitamins A, C, and E and other powerful antioxidants. Botaniko Skin is the perfect balance of botanicals and cosmeceuticals. Botaniko Skin is luxurious, effective, and beautifully aromatic.

CahaBones

CahaBones

CahaBones

All natural, all Alabama dog treats made in the heart of Birmingham. CahaBones was founded in 2013 as a fundraising project for clean up work around the Cahaba River. CahaBones currently has six regular varieties and two additional rotating/seasonal varieties. All of their treats are made with ingredients sourced directly from farms within the state of Alabama - with the exception of coconut oil, of course!

Carrie Nenstiel

Carrie Nenstiel

CARRIE NENSTIEL ART

Originally from Mobile, Alabama, Art has always been a love that Carrie returned to. She graduated from Auburn University with a BA in Art and later graduated from AUM with her M.Ed. She currently resides in Alabaster, Al and works from her home studio. She produces works in both watercolor and oil. She asserts that her love for both mediums is too great to focus on just one. Her oil works are typically abstract and influenced by her southern surroundings. Carrie’s watercolor works focus on Alabama landmarks and botanical elements. Her pieces don’t always include a canvas. She is known for finding unique ways to incorporate nature into her art by including wood or oyster shells.

Cottage Industry Soap Company

Cottage Industry Soap Company

COTTAGE INDUSTRY SOAP COMPANY

Cottage Industry Soap Company was founded in 2012 in Prattville, Alabama. Rae Ann Wright spent nearly a decade creating, experimenting, learning and giving away tons of soaps and bath and body products before bringing them to market. All of Cottage Industry's products are handmade locally in small batches using the finest ingredients. Rae Ann believes that you deserve the luxury of handcrafted perfection!

Crave Candle Co.

Crave Candle Co.

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CRAVE CANDLE CO.

Crave is a company that started in Birmingham by Lori Newell. We manufacture hand-poured candles here in Alabama. We distribute our products by stocking stores throughout the southeast including ladies boutiques, gift stores, and farmers markets.

D & D Creations

D & D Creations

D & D Creations

At just nine years old Deb Ashworth learned to sew on the sewing machine. Her first attempt? Homemade Barbie clothes! She says she never dreamed that twenty years later she would have begun a business based on her love for sewing. Deb enjoys working with colors and different textures, as the color combinations in her work are her own design! She is quick to admit that everyone affectionately knows her as "The Bow Lady" - she says she takes the name as a compliment as 2015 marked her 24th year of business!

DaySprings Pottery

DaySprings Pottery

DAYSPRINGS POTTERY

Opelika, Alabama's DaySprings Pottery Dianne Benefield creates hand built pottery using real leaves. She presses the leaves deeply into her clay and the results are lovely. Although she was a wheel potter for many years, hand building with clay allows her more freedom of expression. Dianne enjoys using odd or unusual leaves as well as those that grow in her garden and flower beds. Each leaf is a one of a kind creation. They are all high fired using food safe glazes. Dianne wants people to enjoy using the leaves so they are also microwave and dishwasher safe. Dianne says the French theatre instructor, Delsarte (1811-1871) said it best, "The object of art is to crystallize emotions into thoughts and fix them in form."

Deep Roots Apotheke and Clinic

Deep Roots Apotheke and Clinic

DEEP ROOTS APOTHEKE AND CLINIC

Cameron Strouss is a clinical herbalist, medicine maker, wild crafter, and teacher. The Homewood native is dedicated to educating and empowering people in reclaiming their health through herbal medicine and whole foods. Always ready to consult with folks about their health, Cameron keeps two offices for her business, Deep Roots Apotheke and Clinic - one in the Birmingham area and one in Calera. She also enjoys teaching and can be found at various venues around the area such as Petals From The PastThe Golden Temple, and Organic Harvest. Cameron prepares and sells tinctures, teas, salves, medicinal jams, glycerites, and other lovely medicinal products.

Down In The Ham

Down In The Ham

Down In The Ham

Born out of a desire to inspire families to visit downtown, Down In The Ham: A Child's Guide to Downtown Birmingham guides you through Birmingham's past and present.

Written by Ashley Chesnut and illustrated by Abby Little, Down In The Ham captures the spirit of Birmingham and provides a visual tour of the Magic City. Children can also enjoy coloring their city in Down In The Ham's companion coloring book, Color the Ham!

Earth Creations

Earth Creations

Earth Creations

Earth Creations evolved from an ordinary bike ride. One day after a storm, Joy took her mountain bike out for some off-roading and ended up covered with Alabama red dirt. Despite many tumbles through the washing machine, the shirt, socks, and shoes remained stubbornly stained by that mud! When Joy and Martin met years later, Martin was intrigued by the strength of that red clay. Where most people saw ruined clothes, Martin saw potential. Armed with his background in chemistry, concern for the environment, and a natural curiosity, Martin began experimenting with the clay as a dye for T-shirts. That was 20 years ago. Earth Creations' garments are still colored with natural clay dyes using the process Martin originally developed and made just outside Birmingham, Alabama. From the first "Alabama Dirt Shirt" tinted with that infamous red clay, Earth Creations has grown into a full line of organic T-shirts dyed in a rainbow of colors for men, women, and children. They also have a complete casual wear line for women made from sustainable fibers.

Earth Garden Naturals

Earth Garden Naturals

EARTH GARDEN NATURALS

Laura and Michael have attend The Market at Pepper Place for more than a decade! They recently opened the doors to their store, Earthly Delights in the Crestwood neighborhood of Irondale. The two have always loved finding their creative mode and continue to expand their all-natural product line by formulating incredible new things for your skin and health.

EarthShip Tie Dye & Fiber Arts

EarthShip Tie Dye & Fiber Arts

EarthShip Tie Dye and Fiber Arts

Victoria Tuggey found tie-dying in the 1980s while living in the Florida Keys. She started working with cold water dyes on tees, rayon and silk. She thought she had several good techniques and ideas but didn't stick with the craft. After an injury sidelined her years later, Victoria rediscovered tie-dying. Vibrant, happy colors and designs that connect with nature are her signature looks. Victoria's works are beautiful to look at and fun to wear!

ECamandCo.

ECamandCo.

ECamandCo.

Every candle is carefully hand-cut, sanded & handpoured with the finest ingredients which are pthalate-free and all natural bringing you an eco-friendly product. My hope is that you create an endless love for ECam candles! 
Wax, Scent, & Love,
-ECam-

FETCH

FETCH

FETCH

Fetch is a treat and ice cream truck for dogs. The FETCH truck is the first of its kind in Alabama. The Fetch teams proudly specializes in healthy and delicious treats for dogs of all sizes, breeds and dietary needs. The handmade treats are painstakingly selected to meet the highest standards for quality and nutrition. They offer many flavors of lactose-free ice creams as well as wholesome gourmet bakery goods and bulk dog treats. Grain-free and other allergen-free treats are offered and product ingredient lists are available at the truck and website. This dog-loving team proudly serves products made with ingredients from local bakers.

The Fun Company

The Fun Company

THE FUN COMPANY

The Fun Company has been a family owned business for over 30 years. Brian and Paige Greer, the current owners and operators, create and sell this unique and beautiful coin jewelry all across America. They travel to over 30 craft shows and festivals each year, selling thousands of coin jewelry pieces, making many new friends and fans wherever they go. Their business philosophy of "if it isn't fun, don't do it", closely mirrors their life philosophy of "love, laughter, fun, and play", and they enjoy every minute of their time working together!

Folk Art by She-She

Folk Art by She-She

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FOLK ART BY SHE-SHE

She-She Vaughn's self-taught folk and functional art have been seen in shows, festivals, and museums across Alabama and the southeast. As well as displayed in private collections across the US, Japan, London, Australia, and Holland. She-She continues to paint, but her strong focus today is from her corporate and training background. So she is using art and laughter and peer support to develop and implement need-specific programs: educational, motivational, corporate team building, and therapeutic needs.

Gaines Family Farmstead

Gaines Family Farmstead

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GAINES FAMILY FARMSTEAD

Recently voted #1 in "New Dog Treats" by subscriptionbox.com, this family-owned business promises the best dog treats for dog-lovers! A Birmingham-based business, Gaines Family Farmstead offers a variety of sweet potato-based dog treats using 100% Alabama-grown sweet potatoes. Treats include sweet potato chips, fries and chews; all treats are made using natural ingredients with no sugar, salt or dyes.

George B. Elliot Photography

George B. Elliot Photography

George B. Elliot Photography

Photography is a journey of people, places, and things... all captured in one special moment by the photographer's lens. It's actually a journey of stories, and, just like a writer always has a pen and notepad with him, my camera goes wherever I do.

I am a landscape photographer based in Birmingham, Alabama, and St. Joe Beach, Florida. My other careers have included being a public relations executive with BellSouth and the Executive Director of the Nonprofit Resource Center of Alabama.

As one whoe has always been enchanted by the ocean and the ambiance of small coastal towns, I try to capture the 'beach time' so many of us yearn for. Water always calls to me, too. Somewhere deep inside me the rhythm and sounds of water and waves sing a special song for me.

Vibrant colors are also a mainstay in my photographs. Newspaper photographers taught me much about composition and color. They also taught me to see the possibility of photographs where other might not... they developed my photographic eye, so to speak. 

I am married with three children, one of whom, Amelia, ddied in 1995 at age 17. Often I take photographs of our world for her, because she woould want you to see the beauty around us each day and tell you to take it all in.

Green Mountain Ceramics

Green Mountain Ceramics

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GREEN MOUNTAIN CERAMICS

Adam Snyder is a ceramic artist running a small business called Green Mountain Ceramics. The "Green Mountain" in the same signifies Vermont, where he and his wife lived for many years. Since 2007, Adam has made Homewood, Alabama his home and has his studio there. Adam's work is mostly in porcelain and some stoneware, with either colored slip designs, covered by a clear glaze, or multiple and accented glaze designs. All functional work is food, dishwasher and microwave safe. His aim is to make work that is both beautiful as well as functional, so his pieces can be displayed when not being used, and bring pleasure to the eye, and colorful design into the home.

Hip Hop Hooray Shop

Hip Hop Hooray Shop

HIP HOP HOORAY SHOP

Providing handmade clothing for children! Hip Hop Hooray Shop selects the cutest prints and on trend patterns to outfit your little one. We sell leggings, shorties, rompers and dresses with your little trendsetter in mind. Thanks for visiting our shop!

Impressions by Misty

Impressions by Misty

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IMPRESSIONS BY MISTY

Misty Bevis Kimbrough focuses her talents on using the palette-knife style of painting. Her style is a sculpture type of artwork that creates texture by layering paint onto canvas. Misty is a self-taught artist who enjoys learning and trying out different mediums. Currently she is experimenting in clay and glass on wood. Misty lives north of Birmingham and shows at markets, art shows and festivals around the area.

Infinite Soaps

Infinite Soaps

INFINITE SOAPS

Infinite Soaps was founded in Tuscaloosa in 2013 by Christopher Funderburk. While attending the University of Alabama, Chris began making his own hand-crafted soaps. After graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering, he moved to Birmingham. Chris continued to refine his recipes and in 2016, he branched out to sell at markets and other public outlets. Infinite Soaps is a small batch, artisan bath and body business that makes all of their products by hand to ensure the highest quality. Infinite Soaps uses nourishing coconut, olive and avocado oils to ensure your skin is as moist and smooth as can be.

Iron Age Studio

Iron Age Studio

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IRON AGE STUDIO

Freedom Soap Company is a small batch, all natural soap and skin-care company owned and operated by Chasity Curtis in Birmingham, Alabama. Each Freedom Soap Company product is formulated and made from scratch with only therapeutic grade essential oils, natural plant materials and clays. Local ingredients are used whenever possible, whether it's from their home garden or fellow local farmers, beekeepers, breweries and the like.

J. Lizzie Jewelry

J. Lizzie Jewelry

J. LIZZIE JEWELRY

J. Lizzie Jewelry was created in 2010 after a life-long love of jewelry. Jayne Elizabeth Vinsant decided to name her business after her childhood nickname "J Lizzie".

Jayne has developed a style all her own and enjoys creating one of a kind pieces for her clients. She specializes in devising and crafting pieces that preserve cherished memorabilia - like scraps of family lace, photographs or other keepsakes.

Jayne and her husband travel the country now, showing her works at some of the nation's finest craft shows. When she's in town, she can be found at The Market at Pepper Place, displaying her special designs.

Karen Dixon Kiln-formed Glass

Karen Dixon Kiln-formed Glass

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KAREN DIXON KILN-FORMED GLASS

Karen Dixon is an independent glass artist and freelance teacher specializing in classes for individuals with disabilities. In addition to her art career, she is the Assistant Director at The Horizons School, a post-secondary private school for young adults with learning difficulties, autism and developmental disorders. 

Dixon’s work has been exhibited throughout the southeast at juried gallery and museum exhibitions. She has received numerous awards including the Maury Smith Award at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, Montgomery art Guild Fine Art Exhibition. Dixon was the founder of Dixon-Ballog Glass Gallery & Studio, a fine art glass gallery and kiln-formed glass teaching studio in Birmingham, AL from 2009-2013. 

Dixon trained as a research scientist which has been instrumental in her commitment to fine craftsmanship and attention to detail. It is this love of experimentation that continues to drive her technical development in kiln-formed glass.  

Lana B. Hobbs Pottery

Lana B. Hobbs Pottery

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LANA B. HOBBS POTTERY

As a clay artist, Lana Hobbs works mainly on the wheel, but also enjoys hand building and sculpture. In her wheel thrown work, Lana says she likes to explore the connection between function and beauty and the tension of an ancient art form with modern surface design. In her sculpture work, she often works with pattern and repetition to create large wall mounted pieces. As a clay teacher, Lana loves working with students of all ages and skill levels. Not only is it her goal to introduce her students to clay, but to equip them to develop their own voice within the medium of clay.

Lavender and Cotton

Lavender and Cotton

LAVENDER AND COTTON

Birmingham's Heather and Haley Nock are sisters who grew up in a creative family. Their mother is a local artist and she nurtured a creative environment for the girls as they were growing up together. The sisters started Lavender + Cotton about a year ago painting mostly nature inspired watercolor pieces. They have evolved their style over the last several months and are starting to work more with acrylic. Their works are now taking on a more abstract quality, with a look that makes one think of marble and feathers.

Leah Dodd Design

Leah Dodd Design

LEAH DODD DESIGN

Leah Dodd's mom says that her daughter was born with crayons in her hands. Maybe that's why at age three, Leah colored on the framed painting over the family couch. Luckily, Leah's mom saw this as creative behavior... Leah's been making stuff and coloring outside the lines ever since!

Leah is a graphic designer by day, but enjoys making jewelry in her spare time. She twists and turns sterling wire to form detailed, beaded rings. These rings have an unusual style - one might call them organized chaos. She also mixes patterned and colored papers to form resin jewelry pieces. These pieces are fun, often mismatched and sometimes you can see an art deco influence.

Left Hand Soap Co.

Left Hand Soap Co.

LEFT HAND SOAP CO.

Tuscaloosa, Alabama's own Left Hand Soap Company has 17+ years of natural soap and skincare experience. They work with local growers to bring you natural, effective skincare. Their soaps are gentle enough for sensitive skin, but strong enough to clean off the dirtiest of adventure. You got skin, they got soap!

Lindsay Brook Designs

Lindsay Brook Designs

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LINDSAY BROOK DESIGNS

Handmade, classic accessories for your whole family, specializing in bows of all types and sizes, from bow ties to hair bows and headbands, and even bows for your furry friends.

Lindsey Kelly Pottery

Lindsey Kelly Pottery

LINDSEY KELLY POTTERY

Lindsey Kelly is a rising young artist from Birmingham, Alabama who has recently received her BFA from Auburn University. An internship at the Shelby County Arts Council in Columbiana, Alabama is where she experienced a working community studio. Her work was shown in the "Heartbreak Hotel Student Art Exhibit", and "Strange Assortment Art Exhibit". The Moss Rock Festival and the Birmingham Artwalk are two events where she has exhibited her work. Lindsey plans to continue making functional pottery that is aesthetically pleasing and brings joy to everyone that encounters her and her work.