WHO’S WHO: Our Artisans and Authors

The artisans featured in Artisans Mercantile are all local – some even within less than 5 miles away!  We currently have the following participants:

ARTISANS (Note: scroll down for authors)

Lynne Armstrong             Alpacas by Armstrong
Linda Davis                        Beadee Eyed Gal
K.M. “Twig” Davis             Twig – Handcrafted Knives
Liz Marshall                       Liz Marshall Art
Ron Paynter                       Lamps from Nature
Allison Gamage                 Trillium Handcrafted Jewelry
Meridee Biggs                    Bling Your “A” Game
Cathy Tao – Alexander     Infinity Jewelry Designs
Julie Hanenburg               Frog Lady Birdbaths
Karla Dickerson                Karla’s Custom Creations
Shannon Moore                Snohomish Candle Company
Sara Walker                      Recycled Bottle & Barrel Art
Sunny Roach                     A Piece of My Heart
Marti Darby-Miller          MDM Designs
Genelle Ackerly                StarShine Ent.
Julie Dutro                         Julie Dutro Artist
Sara Ignatenko                 Sage on the Mountain
Jeff Tillit                             Mojo’s Garage
Stacy Murphy                   Earth and Clay
Susan Straub-Martin       Strauberry Studios

TITLE                                          AUTHOR

Bittersweet Deceit                   Blakey Bennett
Blue Persuasion
Stuck in Between
The DeMarcation of Jack       Dana & Blakey Bennett

Geared to the Future              Dana Bennett
Geared to the Past

Life in a Whirlwind               David William Danberg
of Numbers

Lowell Larimar History         Jackie Minchew

I am We                                     Christine Pattillo

Light in the Darkness             Barbara Thom
The Heart of a Shepherd

Tubob                                        Mary Trimble
Sailing with Impunity
Tenderfoot
McClellan’s Bluff
Rosemount

 

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Artisans Mercantile is a friendly retail shop in Snohomish, WA that lets local artisans (artists, jewelers, fabric and wood workers, potters, etc) display work for sale in a venue that the local community can easily access.

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