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February 7th Artists

HarperHouse Studio by Janis Harper

by Janis Harper by Janis Harper by Janis Harper by Janis Harper

Fine Art for Home and Fashion; Oils, Collage, Photography, Purses, Necklaces

A Punkin Card Company

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!

Beth Duke-Hunold

Beth Duke-Hunold Beth Duke-Hunold Beth Duke-Hunold Beth Duke-Hunold

Animals, western, portrait, landscape and more.

Bob Wolf Creations L.C.

I am a stone artist who cuts raw, natural rock and then mounts it in gold and silver mountings of my own design.
Often using Texas rocks in my work, the Texas Commission on the Arts selected me a finalist for the
State Artist competition in 2006/07 and 2008/09. (713) 628-1831

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.

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:

Thank you Miss Carole, we are going to miss you!

Chef Beau

Original rubs and great breads, fresh baked! Across from the "Olive Oil Guy!"
Call Chef Beau anytime to order in advance! (713) 204-3751

CRB Artworks by Cindy Babbitt

Cindy Babbitt

Clay designs, pottery, functional and sculptural.
Featured artist June 2007

Designs by C. Ramirez

I design various jewelry pieces. My pieces consist of gemstones, glass, pearls, dichroic glass, sterling silver, vermeil, gold filled and base metal beads. 281-342-0804

All That Dangles

All That Dangles was created by Deborah Clendennen to express her passion for the arts through wire wrap jewelry
and wire sculpture. All That Dangles jewelry is not just jewelry, but one of a kind designs and wearable art. 281-748-9592

Delafield Pottery

Artist and potter John Delafield makes a wide range of wheel thrown stoneware pottery
using rich earthtone clay and glazes designed for everyday use.

Erik Pijcke

Leap of Faith by Erik Pijcke Erik Pijcke

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.

Flying Fish Beads

Original dolls by Flying Fish Beads, Ginger Page

Fabric art dolls, jewelry using vintage beads, hand-embellished garments and hand dyed handbags. 713-956-0265

Jackie Haliburton

Acrylic paintings on canvas. Paintings of rural country scences similarly grandma moses.

Urbani Art

Abstract paintings in acrylics and oils.

Evolved Metal by Jonatan Lopez

Jonatan Lopez is an interdisciplinary artist living in Houston Texas. His performance and installation works address personal struggles and issues of debate, often becoming self-healing rituals and social experiments seeking to open valuable community dialogue. His sculpture and commercial works employ recycled metals and found objects, ranging from life size figurative sculpture to metal crafts. He experiments with other art forms such as video and sound.Continue.

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Morse Fu Art

Lasy Wehmeyer - I love making abstract and colorful paintings. My theme is usually a little messy. My jewelry is a mix between simple earth toned beads, to bright turquoise, and my new signature chandelier crystal necklaces. 832-755-8167

Adelaide's Embrace

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. (713)204-1292

Visual Smiles Gallery

Whimsical World of Paper Mache & Clay with dogs, Fun Fish, Angels, Featuring a Fabulous Feline "Peanut Jones" in costumed ornaments, prints, magnets, cards, & much more!

Signs of Spirit

My carvings are solid pieces of western red cedar. Each symbol is drawn using a compass and ruler and/or freehand.
I use the scroll saw to prepare my "canvass" for carving. Each sculpture has depth, contour and details lovingly added
with rotary tools, grinders and chisels. I sand each carving 3 times to 220, finishing the piece with a blend of clear oils.
For pictures of my work, and descriptions of the symbols, please visit my website. 262-705-8895

Mary G. Wilkinson Painter/Printmaker

by Mary G. Wilkinson by Mary G. Wilkinson by Mary G. Wilkinson by Mary G. Wilkinson

Light and texture studies. My subject matter is abstracted from the garden
and other immediate surroundings, usually but not limited to botanicals. Read more.

Metalicity Mobile

Sculpture, art metal and jewelry designed and fabricated by Jeff Woodruff 512-496-4375

Nathalie & Beth Storey

by Nathalie Storey by Nathalie Storey by Nathalie Storey

Fun and fine art doggie portraits. Watercolor pencil, ink and crystal collage works.
Fabulous, fun and functional recycled glass art! 281-813-9358

Paige Woodring

Abstract Acrylic and oil painting.
(713) 301-8767

Beyond Her Productions

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)

Phyllis Hall

Shower Day by Phyllis Hall Phyllis Hall

Oil on canvas, Impressionism, Abstract Featured

Gerson Originals

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
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Timber Lane

Tim Lane

Carved wood; statues, relief drawings, & pendants from cedar, mesquite, and hardwoods.

William And Deborah Jezzard

We work with oxy-acetylene torches using traditional and non-traditional techniques
to make jewelry in Bronze, Copper, Nickle Silver, Gold and Sterling Silver.
For more than 25 years our customers have been telling us we make "The World's Greatest Hair Jewelry"
Our chignon pins, combs and hair sweeps really are the best you can buy. 936-894-1745

Featured Nonprofit - Café con MECA

Café con MECA Café con MECA Café con MECA Café con MECA

"Café con MECA" is a collaboration between Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts (MECA) and Max Gonzalez, owner of Catalina Coffee on Washington Avenue and the Amaya Roasting Co. The collaboration is a fundraising effort to rehabilitate the historic Justin E. Dow School in the Old Sixth Ward. The school was built in 1912 and now serves as the home to MECA and it’s arts education programs. 713-802-9370