SWEET PEAS BY MALLORY

hand dyed onesies made with all natural dyes Meet the Maker: WHO ARE YOU, WHERE ARE YOU FROM, & WHAT DO YOU DO?My name is Mallory Whitaker. I was born and raised here in Augusta. I am a stay-at-home mom of twins and I love to tie-dye and do other at-home projects. My babies are my inspiration! DESCRIBE YOUR PROCESS.I start with all-natural dyes derived from plants and I use

CASHMERE MOON

hand-crafted vegan beauty and body products Meet the Maker: WHO ARE YOU, WHERE ARE YOU FROM, & WHAT DO YOU DO?My name is Tisha. I’m the founder of Cashmere Moon. I create all our formulas and am currently (mostly) a one (wo)man show. I was born in Hawaii, but I call Georgia home. DESCRIBE YOUR PROCESS.I first research! If I’m developing a new formula or product, I research to see

KATIE KAMEEN

jewelry + wearable sculptures Meet the Maker: Katie Kameen creates jewelry by playfully experimenting with premade plastic objects. Kameen received her BFA in 3D Studio from Eastern Illinois University, and her MFA in Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Kameen has shown her work at the Appalachian Center for Craft in Smithville, Tennessee, the Center on Contemporary Art in Seattle, Washington, Site: Brooklyn Gallery in Brooklyn,

WESTOBOU T-SHIRT

Limited Edition Tees from the We Give a Shirt Campaign. Since 2008, Westobou has brought world-class art and entertainment to Augusta, from the yearly Westobou Festival to the ever-evolving Westobou Gallery. We want to keep the good times going, so grab this limited edition tee and help Westobou stick around for many more years!

MOD INK TEES

screenprinted tees + totes Meet the Maker: WHO ARE YOU, WHERE ARE YOU FROM, & WHAT DO YOU DO? DESCRIBE YOUR PROCESS. WHAT INSPIRES YOU? FUN FACT ABOUT YOU. FAVORITE THING ABOUT DOWNTOWN AUGUSTA. WHY DO YOU LOVE TO DESIGN, CREATE + MAKE? WHAT IS ONE PIECE OF ADVICE YOU WOULD SHARE WITH OTHER ARTISTS + MAKERS? website modinktees.com instagram @modinktees facebook @modinktees

LITTLE GNOME CERAMICS

ceramic art Meet the Maker: WHO ARE YOU, WHERE ARE YOU FROM, & WHAT DO YOU DO?Mary Besel – I am a senior ceramics major at Augusta University and an aspiring professor. I come from a military family, so I don’t feel attached to any one place, but we have lived here in Augusta for the longest period of time. My favorite thing to do, of course, is to make

EMILY SMITH

original illustration prints Meet the Artist: WHO ARE YOU, WHERE ARE YOU FROM, & WHAT DO YOU DO?I’m Emily Smith, raised in Augusta but living in San Diego. I am back in Augusta for a temporary time and am excited to be a part of the fair this year. I am an illustrator that mainly focuses on relatable, mental health art! I plan to make prints, stickers, apparel, and more.

VILLALUNA DESIGNS

handmade designer jewelry. Meet the Artist: WHO ARE YOU, WHERE ARE YOU FROM, & WHAT DO YOU DO?coming soon DESCRIBE YOUR PROCESS.coming soon WHAT INSPIRES YOU?coming soon FUN FACT ABOUT YOU.coming soon FAVORITE THING ABOUT DOWNTOWN AUGUSTA.coming soon WHY DO YOU LOVE TO DESIGN, CREATE + MAKE?coming soon WHAT IS ONE PIECE OF ADVICE YOU WOULD SHARE WITH OTHER ARTISTS + MAKERS?coming soon facebook @villaluna instagram @villalunadesigns

JUST WANNA MELT, LLC

plant-based organic skincare. Meet the Artist: WHO ARE YOU, WHERE ARE YOU FROM, & WHAT DO YOU DO?coming soon DESCRIBE YOUR PROCESS.coming soon WHAT INSPIRES YOU?coming soon FUN FACT ABOUT YOU.coming soon FAVORITE THING ABOUT DOWNTOWN AUGUSTA.coming soon WHY DO YOU LOVE TO DESIGN, CREATE + MAKE?coming soon WHAT IS ONE PIECE OF ADVICE YOU WOULD SHARE WITH OTHER ARTISTS + MAKERS?coming soon website justwannamelt.com instagram @justwannamelt facebook @justwannamelt

THE CRAFT CART

AHF Junior Vendor – handmade string bracelets, bags, and keychains Meet the Artist: WHO ARE YOU, WHERE ARE YOU FROM, & WHAT DO YOU DO?I am Caylee Sapp from Cairo, Ga, currently living in Statesboro, GA, and I make jewelry and accessories with embroidery thread. DESCRIBE YOUR PROCESS.I take embroidery thread and follow patterns with bright colors and turn them into bracelets, bags, and keychains using a knotting process. WHAT