Lots of locals at the Green Fair Art Walk 

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Be sure not to miss the Green Fair Art Walk area located on the Calhoun Street side of Marion Square. This fantastic addition to the Green Fair features over 20 artists showcasing works that focus on the natural world and/or are created using reclaimed/recycled materials.

Add Libb Designs
addlibbdesigns.com

One-of-a-kind and custom handbags using recycled vintage jewelry accents and some recycled fabrics. —Art Walk Booth 20

Austin Norvell Art, LLC
austinnorvellart.com

Cast recycled glass sculpture, jewelry, and silver jewelry with recycled objects. —Art Walk Booth 8

Cavortress
cavortress.com

Clothing and accessories for the eco-conscious fashionista. Handbags, accessories, and clothing made from 80 percent-plus recycled, end-of-stock, and/or vintage materials. — Art Walk Booth 21

Beth Elaine Coiner
becmetalwork.com

Handcrafted jewelry made from repurposed raw materials. — Art Walk Booth 21

Charleston Center For Photography
ccforp.org

The Charleston Center for Photography's mission is to provide photographic education and support to the Southeastern U.S. by supplementing arts education for schools, reeducation programs, furthered education for photographic professionals, and technical training for all levels of photography. — Art Walk Booth 9

Circle the Stream
etsy.com/circlethestream

Acrylic paintings of local fish species on recycled and reclaimed materials. Circle the Stream aims to increase appreciation for local wildlife and the importance of habitat conservation through artwork and education. —Art Walk Booth 19

Cone 10 Studios
cone10studios.com

Local handmade pottery.

Danita Cole
danitacole.com

Encaustic wax artist using pure colored beeswax to paint on reclaimed paper, metal, etc. — Art Walk Booth 4

Detta Cutting Zimmerman
dettacuttingzimmerman.com

Fine art acrylic paintings and fine art prints. — Art Walk Booth 16

Ecolibrio
ecolibrio.com

Jewelry and accessories handmade locally from recycled computer wires and cables, vintage components, metals, and beads. — Art Walk Booth 7

Fine Garnish
finegarnish.com

Offering jewelry like coconut-skin earrings, wood earrings, seed necklaces, and seed bracelets. — Art Walk Booth 14

Harriet's Jewelry
harriettsjewelry.com

Handmade unique jewelry. — Art Walk Booth 11

Home Grown Art
atgwatson.wordpress.com

Work by several local artists using recycled materials. — Art Walk Booth 15

Lisa Shimko Art
shimkoart.com

Painting and mixed media. — Art Walk Booth 2

Marty Biernbaum
martybiernbaum.com

Ocean-themed potter, hand-built stoneware oyster shell dishes, pottery, and painting. — Art Walk Booth 6

Painted Palms / The Neff Art Studio
paintedpalms.com

Original oil paintings and reproductions. — Art Walk Booth 5

Robin Mann Art
robinmannart.bravehost.com

Palm pods painted with milk paint, repurposed albums, recycled windows and doors with reclaimed glass and paint. — Art Walk Booth 17

Ross Edwards Design
rossedwards.com

Functional ceramics that have been fired in a methane-burning kiln. — Art Walk Booth 10

SCOOP studios
scoopcontemporary.com

Owned and operated by Angel Powell and Colleen Deihl. Artists Christopher Murphy and Ben Timpson each use found objects and recycled organic materials in their creations. Original art by both artists and prints by Ben Timpson will be available at the Green Fair. — Art Walk Booth 12

Susie Scheftel Designs
susieart.com

Schneblie jewelry, clothing, art, stationery, and more, all utilizing domestic and recycled materials, reminders to protect our planet. —Art Walk Booth 1

Van Dalen Design
shoplesesne.com

Mirrors, trays, vessels, and benches made from sustainable and recycled wood. —Art Walk Booth 13

Zola Jewelry
zolajewelry.com

Eclectic, organic jewelry featuring freshwater pearls, semi-precious stones, shells, vintage and found objects. —Art Walk Booth 18

Danita Cole
danitacole.com

Encaustic wax artist using pure colored beeswax to paint on reclaimed paper, metal, etc. —Art Walk Booth 4

Detta Cutting Zimmerman
dettacuttingzimmerman.com

Fine art acrylic paintings and fine art prints. —Art Walk Booth 16

Ecolibrio
ecolibrio.com

Jewelry and accessories handmade locally from recycled computer wires and cables, vintage components, metals, and beads. —Art Walk Booth 7

Fine Garnish
finegarnish.com

Offering jewelry like coconut-skin earrings, wood earrings, seed necklaces, and seed bracelets. —Art Walk Booth 14

Harriet's Jewelry
harriettsjewelry.com

Handmade unique jewelry. —Art Walk Booth 11

Home Grown Art
atgwatson.wordpress.com

Work by several local artists using recycled materials. —Art Walk Booth 15

Lisa Shimko Art
shimkoart.com

Painting and mixed media. — Art Walk Booth 2

Marty Biernbaum
martybiernbaum.com

Ocean-themed potter, hand-built stoneware oyster shell dishes, pottery, and painting. —Art Walk Booth 6

Painted Palms / The Neff Art Studio
paintedpalms.com

Original oil paintings and reproductions. —Art Walk Booth 5

Robin Mann Art
robinmannart.bravehost.com

Palm pods painted with milk paint, repurposed albums, recycled windows and doors with reclaimed glass and paint. — Art Walk Booth 17

Ross Edwards Design
rossedwards.com

Functional ceramics that have been fired in a methane-burning kiln. —Art Walk Booth 10

SCOOP studios
scoopcontemporary.com

Owned and operated by Angel Powell and Colleen Deihl. Artists Christopher Murphy and Ben Timpson each use found objects and recycled organic materials in their creations. Original art by both artists and prints by Ben Timpson will be available at the Green Fair. —Art Walk Booth 12

Susie Scheftel Designs
susieart.com

Schneblie jewelry, clothing, art, stationery, and more, all utilizing domestic and recycled materials, reminders to protect our planet. —Art Walk Booth 1

Van Dalen Design
shoplesesne.com

Mirrors, trays, vessels, and benches made from sustainable and recycled wood. —Art Walk Booth 13

Zola Jewelry
zolajewelry.com

Eclectic, organic jewelry featuring freshwater pearls, semi-precious stones, shells, vintage and found objects. — Art Walk Booth 18


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