These are hand-forged kitchen implements from Eric Smith aka E E Ironworks. Eric will also have garden tools and furniture!
Margaret Pate aka Inks+Thread will have natural-dyed soft goods.
Limetree Handmade will have handmade jewelry and paper products, new to the Artifact Holiday market this year!!!
Ceramic powerhouse duo Bean and Bailey Ceramics will have a boat full of fresh pots to behold. All functional, slip-cast pots for everyone all the time.
We been busy busy busy all season up here at Artifact- everything from dining room tables to HD TV DVD 1080p handcrafted flatscreen brackets to wobbly art fixtures to hanging planters to Mongo Bowls to craft shows to Japan and back, we did it then and new then we do this now and we will have it done. THIS WILL BE DONE!!!!
COME OVER, MORE TO COME REGARDING WHO EXACTLY WILL BE REVEALING THEIR TREASURES!!!!!!!
participants may include but are not limited to:
randy, casey, EE Ironworks, Bean and Bailey, Ink & Thread, 423 Balm and Soaps, magnets, thunders, ECollins WonderWood, Sweetcycle, etc. more later!
Don’t know what you get your mama for Mother’s Day this year? Well come on down to Artifact, cus we have deals that you can’t beat!
Anderson and Jessie are trying to make a little breathing room in the studio, and perhaps make a little money back from the blood, sweat, and tears they lost via the creative/experimental process. Much of the work is not defective in any way, it might be a glaze they tried out, or a different clay or shape they no longer wish to explore. We’ll call them “trials and tribulations.” They will be selling seconds of their new collaborative effort, Bean and Bailey Ceramics, along with other odds and ends.
Wait!?! Did you want to get mom something real, real nice? Well don’t fret! Regular priced prized pieces will also be available.
Artifact is happy to announce that we will be a part of the Spark festival this year.
Shop Class will be a day of demonstrations by each member of Artifact studio. We will open our doors to the public for an afternoon of live blacksmithing, woodworking, slip casting, and wheel-thrown pottery demos. Come see artists in their natural habitats! Witness the blood, sweat, and tears that go into the process of making something by hand! Discover how objects are made outside of the factory! As you behold the manipulation of these materials in front of your very eyes, gain appreciation for the skills required, and insight into the studio practices of working craft artists. Our goals are to both educate and entertain the public, showing people processes involved with objects they most likely see and use every day- pots, furniture, tools, art, and much more. Actions observed may or may not include but are not limited to: Smashing, throwing, turning, carving, welding, pouring, sweating, crying, smelling, cutting, grinding, burning, heating, trimming, mixing, drying, and smoothing. Eat some snacks, ask some questions, and leave with a better understanding of how things are made.
You are cordially invited to attend a screening of Madison Harris at Artifact headquarters. Madison Harris is a stupid ‘lil’ film about many things and about nothing. (like 11 min. long sorta little) It’s taken a little while to finish this piggie so we’d really love you to come. The screening will start at 8pm beginning with a 20 minute pre-reel full of all kinds of good stuff and personally constructed by the capable hands of MES founder, Chris Dortch. There will be cookies, potteries, iron-ore, mr. parker, amazing clothes, designs and so much more… You will win money tonight!
And don’t leave after the lights get bright. Give yourself a chance to soak up all that is Artifact. Team Artifact will have all their amazingness on hand for the takin’ and admiring’. Zac-Zac-Zacharais will be spinning records for your pleasure. I don’t know how it will get any better than this, but maybe, you never know.
Here is the trailer:
We are very excited to be showing Jon-Michael’s film this Friday!