April 4, 2009 Artists
A Punkin Card Company is paper, stationery, and life. Started in February 2007 by Amie Needham, a Houston area artist and designer, the collection emerged as simple card creations to enhance one's life. Soon the collection rocked into the modern realm of bold colors and fun, retro patterns. All the while taking Amie Needham's designs to the next level. In the Fall/Winter '09 issue of Brides Houston Magazine!
Animals, western, portrait, landscape and more.
Beyond Her is a collection of artisan housewares, apparel and gifts. We start with original designs, which we screen print on heritage fabrics or print using recycled paper. The look is fresh and modern - meets - natural and organic. We call it Art for Living.
Beyond Her has new lines for fall, including pet accessories (Beyond Fur) and home furnishings (Beyond Her @ Home)
Enchanted Photo Design
My signature style with Enchanted Photodesign offers a luminous, ethereal view of a widely diverse array of subjects, from personal portraits to hard-edged urban views, from wildflowers to vivid graffiti. Far more than a business name, Enchanted Photodesign describes my approach to photography itself, a highly characteristic expression of my worldview, which creates a unique and immediately recognizable body of work.
Cammie's Handmade Soaps
All natural, handmade designer soap bars with great designs and scents. Also, exfoliating sugar scrubs and wonderfully scented body and linen sprays. Don't miss Shampooch, my all natural dog flea shampoo bar, and SCRAM!, my all natural insect repellent.
I work with a medley of mediums to make jewelry. I create a diverse range of body art to give the client a variety of opportunities to experience the beauty and satisfaction that can come from body ornamentation. My favorite medium to use is polymer clay. It allows me to make dramatic statement pieces that are wearable art. Many of these pieces incorporate beads that I have also handcrafted. These are my favorite pieces of jewelry to create. These pieces require a good deal of confidence to wear by the owner because they will wear you if you don't wear it like you "own it". These pieces have attitude! I also make pieces that are more conservative and whisper confidence.
www.carmenandersondesigns.com (281) 384-6042
In Memoriam, Carole McCann
Carole Hanna McCann died peacefully in her sleep on Saturday, September 17, 2011; she had struggled with cancer for several months. She is survived by her brother, Father Jack Hanna, C.S.B. of St. Thomas High School and several cousins. Carole graduated from Incarnate Word Academy and the University of St. Thomas. She was named the UST outstanding alumna of the year in 2009. Carole was an extraordinary teacher of Musical theater and Dance in Houston and was able to share her talents all over the world with American Voices.
Miss Carole was a guest of First Saturday Arts Market and sold her wonderful knitted scarves to fund her summer trips. Read more about Miss Carole on her website: www.carolemccann.com.
Thank you Miss Carole, we are going to miss you!
I create dichroic glass jewelry of all kinds; pendants, earrings, bracelets and rings. My newest collection of jewelry is hand etched dichroic glass ... small canvases of wearable art. It's bold, it's meticulous, its stunning. I have recently expanded in creating larger glass art pieces, not your typical bowls or plates. 281-450-1963
Artist and potter John Delafield makes a wide range of wheel thrown stoneware pottery
using rich earthtone clay and glazes designed for everyday use.
I'm an artist from Holland and have a passion for giving a message through my art.
I paint in a post-impressionistic style using vivid colors, thick application of paint,
distinctive, vibrant brush strokes, real-life subject matter and use of unnatural arbitrary color.
KnottyByNature Designs features handmade, one-of-a-kind wood pendants, rings and
painted wood blocks from Houston artist Erin Bordenave.
Art Clay is my primary medium. It starts out as small lumps of gray clay and kiln or torch fires into pure silver.
Although I do make molds from antique buttons and jewelry, many of my pieces are one of a kind incorporating
semi-precious stones, copper, brass, or other metals like corborundum and titanium.
Due to a slight tendency toward masochism, I sometimes make my own silver chains incorporating chain maille patterns.
Artistic Expressions from the Infinite Imagination of Sheena Stegent.
www.moonradiance.com (832) 896-7040
Simply Classy Original Designs by Irene C. Adame
Uniquely designed hand beaded jewelry, made with genuine stones, Swarovski Crystal, and unusual beads.
Our Glass Place by Jane Reeves
Our Glass Place specializes in copper foil technique stained glass creations.
Each piece is designed uniquely to satisfy traditional or modern tastes.
Other art deco pieces including glob glass art are available also.
We look forward to creating your special work of art.
Photographic images that strongly resemble a letter of the alphabet.
Selected letters are then used to spell a person's name, occupation, etc.
Stop by Jan's booth to get a First Saturday Arts Market poster!
Colorfly Studio Art by Jennifer DeDonato
I love paper! My technique is all about paper! I enjoy the simple hands-on techniques that is considered “old school” today and simply consists of paper, scissors and adhesive (yep, that’s pretty much it). I have a Ooh La La collection of paper that inspires me and cutting freehand is my thing. I also like vintage matchbooks and antique print letters. I use old discarded matchbooks and give them a second life. All my matchbook designs are created with the same “technical” way my paper designs are…you guessed it, scissors and adhesive.
Pens, Ink by Jerry Harmsen
Hand turned wooden pens made from fine exotic hardwoods,
also key chains, pocket watches, letter openers, perfume atomizers and more.
One of a kind dichroic jewelry. Art to wear = Earrings, Pendants and Art Glass. By artist Jeanne Haner.
John Lynch Photography
Black & white fine art landscapes and urbanscapes with a selection of color images. Locals ranging from New York to Vancouver with stops in New Orleans, Texas, & New Mexico.
Big Bear by John Manes
An art medium used by the Native American culture when they were placed on reservations and no longer
had their hides or Tipi's on which to tell their stories.
Unique one-of-a-kind hand-crafted necklaces and earrings. Majority are designed with semi-precious stones and love. Visit my web site to view the Calendar for my up and coming shows.
www.kcoriginaldesigns.com (281) 357-5180
Bringing To You The Finest California Award Winning 100 % Extra Virgin Olive Oils.
Our olives are pressed naturally with fruit,
herbs and peppers resulting in truly flavorful olive oils: ''Orange,
Lemon, Lime, Rosemary, Basil, Garlic, Jalapeno and Habenero.''
Our Mission, Sevillano and Manzanillo varieties are harvested in the Fall, Winter and Spring,
bringing the same olive oil variety
in 3 exquisite seasonally fruity flavors.
Free Olive Oil Tasting - Just Like Fine Wine
Jewelry Designs inspired by the most extraordinary person I have ever known - my mother, Adelaide.
Necklaces, bracelets, earrings, lanyards, anklets, cell phone charms, key chains and eyeglass necklaces.
Artist/Illustrator. Armed with an overly active imagination, a healthy dose of creativity and self-taught skills learned through trial and error, Lisa's work is whimsical, delicate, surreal and strange.
Lucky Sustainable Designs
Hand-crafted boxes and decorative objects from reclaimed, salvaged, and sustainably-harvested wood.
Mary G. Wilkinson Painter/Printmaker
Light and texture studies. My subject matter is abstracted from the garden
and other immediate surroundings, usually but not limited to botanicals. Read more.
Emerging self-taught Houston artist Michael W. Huggins uses the combination of rich and contrasting
vibrant colored acrylics to create beautiful paintings on canvas with varied floral and botanical themes suitable for any décor.
I create contemporary furniture, wall sculptures and other decorative items out of wood.
When the design calls for it stone and metal accents are used. Most of my current work contains
curved and shaped elements that draw the eye and create a sense of movement. My works are created
using mostly traditional woodworking and power carving techniques but I will use any technique
that will help me execute my ideas.
Abstract Acrylic and oil painting.
I paint what I hear. Lyrics...poetry....conversations...that's where I start. My work is most often raw...highly textured...and all me. First Saturday Arts Market is home to me. Love the artists. Love talking to the folks. Love everything about it.
You'll find me here most first saturdays. To see more of my work, please visit me at my other home..Green House Gallery at 716 W. Alabama and on my website: www.artfullyodd.com
Glass Panels, stars, stepping stones and candle lights are just a few of the objects being offered.
Custom pieces may be ordered also.
Whimsical - one-of-a-kind paintings,sculpture and mixed media creations.
The Great San Saba River Pecan Company
Gourmet Preserves all have Pecans in them. Peach Pecan Amaretto, Raspberry Pecan,
Jalapeno Peach Pecan,Orange Pecan. Pecan Pie in the Jar. 281-342-8117
Carved wood; statues, relief drawings, & pendants from cedar, mesquite, and hardwoods.
Abstract paintings in acrylics and oils.
Cooking with Concha - What's Up Cupcake! by Yvonne Cavazos
Wonderful homemade salsas, delicious cakes - What's Up Cupcake!
Featured Nonprofit - Baytown Area Quilt Guild Raffle
The Baytown Area Quilt Guild is celebrating 25 years (1984-2009). Drawing will be at the Quilt Show Celebration on May 2nd at 1 PM at the Goose Creek Country Club in Baytown. The raffle tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5.
Quilt named Girlfriends Gather, 100% cotton, beautiful appliqué, slightly scalloped edge, quilt size: 76" x 86", quilted by Baytown Area Quilt Guild member Kathy McLean of Sunshine Quilts, Pieced by Guild Members Bee, Deer Park Quilters for Baytown Area Quilt Guild's 25th Anniversary