Descriptions of the Mediums and 2009 Booth Locations
Providence, RI, #1201
All original clay and porcelain work other than jewelry. No machine-made or mass produced work is permitted. If multiple pieces of the same design are displayed, each piece must be signed.
Cambridge, MN, #1122
Works created using dry media, including chalk, charcoal, pastels, pencil, wax crayons, etc. or from fluid media of inks and washes applied by pen or brush.
Two Harbors, MN, #2111
All works crafted from fiber, including leather, paper, basketry, embroidery, weaving, tapestry, and papermaking. Machine tooling, machine screened patterns or miscellaneous forms of mass production are NOT permitted. All factory produced wearable items, regardless of additional modification or enhancement by the artists, are not accepted.
Amherst Junction, WI, #304
Glass works that may be functional or purely decorative in design. Works that have been crafted via glass blowing, molding, or casting, as well as works that have been kiln-formed. Works may be etched or engraved. No form of mass production is permitted.
Minneapolis, MN, #2117
All jewelry produced from metal, glass, clay, fiber, paper, plastic, or other materials.
St. Paul, MN, #3401
Works created in oils, acrylics, watercolor and more.
Atlanta, GA, #4214
Photographic prints made from artist’s original negatives that have been processed by the artist or under his/her direct supervision. Photographers are required to disclose their creative process and printing process.
Madison, WI, #4312
Printed works of which the artist hand-manipulated the plates, stones, or screens. Prints must be signed and numbered as limited editions. Printmakers are required to disclose their creative process and printing process.
Milwaukee, WI, #1102
Three-dimensional original work created in any medium.
Marshfield, WI, #2212
Original works in wood that are hand-tooled, machine-worked, turned or carved.
2-D MIXED MEDIA
Allison Park, PA, #3303
Two-dimensional works that incorporate more than one type of physical material in their production.
3-D MIXED MEDIA
Dean Lucker & Ann Wood
St. Paul, MN
Three-dimensional works that incorporate more than one type of physical material in their production.