This April, Emerson Hall transforms into an art lover’s paradise! Join us at All Souls for our Spring Art Market on April 27th and 28th from 10am to 2pm. It’s your chance to browse and buy unique, handmade items from local artists and crafters. From handmade jewelry and artisan soaps to original paintings and textiles, there’s a little something for everyone.

Event Details:

  • When: Saturday, April 27 & Sunday, April 28
  • Time: 10am – 2pm
  • Where: Emerson Hall, All Souls Unitarian Church

With vendors pledging to donate 10% of their proceeds to our Youth department, your purchases help support a great cause while adding a touch of beauty to your life or finding that perfect gift.

So, whether you’re hunting for that special piece that just “speaks” to you, or simply out to enjoy the creativity and craftsmanship of our local artists, the Spring Art Market is the place to be. It’s a great way to spend your weekend, support our youth, and maybe even walk away with something beautiful.

Below, you’ll find a list of vendors we have for this year. Tell your friends, and bring them out to the Spring Art Market at All Souls Unitarian Church – we can wait to see you! You can also join the event here.

  • Carletta Lester – Jewelry and oil paintings/prints/notecards and handmade birdhouses
  • Stacy Leigh – Photography artwork
  • Brian & Sophia Cross – Artwork
  • Tiffany Cross – Artwork
  • Coming of Age/Youth – Jewelry
  • Kristi Timo – Panther designs, leather bracelets, and burlap totes and purses
  • Yusuf Etudaiye – Pottery
  • Anitra Lavanhar – Photography artwork
  • Rebecca Southard – Organic skin care
  • Deena A – Syrian Refugee Pastries
  • Roberta McCulley – Native art on canvas and slate (Sunday only)
  • Rendy McCulley – Native Jewelry (Sunday only)
  • Rebecca Gerlach – jewelry
  • Zephaniyah Valdez – Southwest jewelry (Sunday only)
  • Paula Day
  • Leisa Kinsey – Crystals & jewelry
  • Julie Hill – gourmet crackers & soups; Christmas ornaments
  • Suzy Oliver – Coasters, jewelry, small crafts
  • Michelle Webster, Creole Queen – authentic Louisiana cuisine
  • Cindy Cummings – baskets, baby booties, dish cloths and scrubbies
  • Janet Smith, 9 Feathers – Leather items, small drawings and paintings
  • Scott Hurst
  • Georgia Stouil – 8th grade crotchy creations (Sunday only)
  • Alli Anderson
  • Robin Hernandez – Sheila’s Circle
  • Sharon Hardesty – Artwork
  • Jack Bryant – Photography artwork
  • J Hanley/Robyn Bundy – Sewing items and project kits
  • Jonathan Biddlecombe – Inspirational woodworking
  • Rick Hammer