Ed Meyer Pottery
I am a functional potter and ceramic sculptor who works in my studio in Kingston NY. Some of the functional pottery that I make includes mugs, bowls food serving platters and bird houses.
I am a chocolate manipulator and baker extraordinaire. I’m also a seamstress who makes custom time period clothing and wedding attire under the name Mystique Fashions and Accessories.
My art primarily consists of Hudson Valley stone, driftwood and other salvaged materials I find while hiking throughout the area. My goal is to produce natural, toxic free items for people to enjoy in their homes like, stone sculptures, dried flower/driftwood centerpieces and other types of functional art, such as paper towel holders and candle holders.
Shore line imagery of breaking ocean waves and sand created through a fused and slumped glass process
Jane Bloodgood and Paul Abrams married artists who have lived in Kingston for 25 years. They will be offering both original paintings and limited edition prints at Made in Kingston. Both Paul and Jane create fine art landscape paintings of the Hudson Valley, with Paul also painting still lives as well as fantasy illustration and comic book art. In addition Paul teaches both fine art and super hero figure drawing.
Gold Hope Designs
Gold Hope designs is the art & craft pursuits of local musicians, Lara Hope and Matt Goldpaugh (The Gold Hope Duo, Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones). Rock ‘n Roll inspired up cycled functional arts & crafts, original artwork & photography!
Paul Abrams and Jane Bloodgood are married artists who have lived in Kingston for 25 years. They will be offering both original paintings and limited edition prints at Made in Kingston. Both Paul and Jane create fine art landscape paintings of the Hudson Valley, with Paul also painting still lives as well as fantasy illustration and comic book art. In addition Paul teaches both fine art and super hero figure drawing.
We create laser etched leatherette and wood gifts. Gifts range from coaster sets to cutting boards to business card holders and much more. We can also offer personalized gifts as well.
Hudson Valley Silverworks
Hudson Valley Silverworks is a fully equipped jewelry/silversmithing school located in the Shirt Factory. We offer classes to all levels with a wide variety of topics and instructors. 6 week sessions and 1-2 day weekend workshops.
McPherson and Company
McPherson & Company is an independent literary and arts publishing house founded and operated by editor and writer Bruce McPherson.
Lu Mabey Jewelry
All of Lu Mabey jewelry is handmade by me in my Hudson Valley studio. I use soft finished recycled precious metals, as well as hand selected gemstones and pearls, to create a line of jewelry that is uncomplicated, elegant and easy to wear.
I grow Japanese indigo and dye silk, rayon and bamboo scarves and shawls using the leaves from the plants. My dyeing methods include traditional Japanese shibori and tie dye.
Kingston High School
Kingston High School art department has been serving the Kingston community for over 50 years. Our art department has grown to include 7 full time art educators, offering classes in the fine arts, craft and digital mediums. Currently the Art department offers traditional fine art classes, craft classes and digital media. We are leaders in progressive curriculum with classes like Chemistry for Artists and Senior Seminar and we are one of the few schools to maintain a Fine art photo lab.
All Dolled Up
My dolls are made from bottles of all shapes and sizes. The bottles are transformed into ladies and gents of distinction. They are ALL DOLLED UP… ready for gift giving or to enjoy in your home on a mantel or as a centerpiece.
The Children’s Home of Kingston
The Children’s Home of Kingston will be selling wooden projects made in our Technology classroom by our residential and day students, to include bird houses, paper towel holders and pen/pencil holders. Additionally, there will be original paintings by our students completed in our Art classroom, and handmade jewelry. Your support means so much to us!
A Night in Bloom Event Floristry
A Night in Bloom is a proud, Kingston-based business and has been for the past 10 years! We specialize in event florals, and during the holidays we offer a smaller selection of floral gift items perfect for corporate gift giving, hostess gifts, teacher gifts and all of your smaller gift giving needs!
Uncanny Gallery features one-of-a-kind doll art and figurative sculpture by a diverse and talented group of artists. Our current display showcases 16 artists working in many mediums. We are very happy to present a sample of our exhibit at Made in Kingston!
New Prospect Pottery
American Country pottery made in reduction and salt kilns. All pottery is functional and great for the kitchen and home.
Sustainable slow fashion inspired by working on the Hudson and living in the Catskills. Handmade in Kingston with repurposed sailcloth and vegetable tanned leather.
Facets of Earth
Facets of Earth specializes in handcrafted jewelry & bridal jewelry using conflict free stones and recycled precious metal. We also focus on what makes the mind, body and soul feel good. Aside from jewelry, we have collections of candles, soaps and fragrances all created by Morgan Mikula.
Carole Amper, Inc.
Our hats are crafted in small batches using vintage manual stampers for pressing straw and felt materials. The most popular hat shapes are floppies, flappers, cloches, and fedoras. The styling ranges from the casual, basic accents, to elegant and dressy.
Sculptural jewelry from wax carved models and some organic forms, combined and lost wax cast in silver and gold.
Creative Bone Design Studio
Creative Bone Design Studio is a freelance graphic design studio by day, and a repurposed fine art studio by night creating fun illustrations, hand drawn cards and paintings. I enjoy connecting nature with art in my tree paintings which have actual bark from a tree, leaves made from handmade paper and reclaimed wood used for the base!
J Bliss Studio
Kingston High School graduates Jared and Joanna Bliss create unique hand drawn illustrations, greeting cards, and jewelry. All made right here in the Hudson Valley!
Blauweiss Films experience encompass all aspects, from concept through final production, producing work on a wide variety of subjects, from art and education to social and environmental issues.
Lilac Hill Designs
Gifts for the Home & Gardener: For the Gardener – A Unique Cross-body Tool Bag, hand scrubs, hand butters & hand creams; Small and large bird seed wreaths; For the home: Greens (Lettuce) Keeper bags, fern printed tea towels and note cards, hand-lettered and decorated Christmas plates.
We create fused (kiln fired) glass jewelry, home accessories and Judaica in contemporary and elegant designs. Handmade right here in midtown Kingston!
Deep Earth Designs
Handmade stoneware pottery made entirely by the artist. Functional dinnerware including plates, bowls, mugs, berry bowls, sponge holders, ornaments, yarn bowls, etc.
Ann Egan Designs
I draw my influences from ancient art, vintage jewelry and furniture, and the color pallets of my favorite painters. I use all these influences to create wearable and elegant and original jewelry.
Maria Elena Ferrer-Harrington
I’m a sculptor and clay animator whose wooden puzzles are deceptive: They look easy to put together when in fact they are quite difficult. I started designing them in 1992 as a “meditative respite” from my work managing a Venezuelan animation studio, where I was also the art and special-effects director. I was working late into the night and then early the next morning for days on end, and needed something creative that prevented me to come apart. A colleague showed me a wooden puzzle someone brought him from Italy and I immediately loved the work. We started crafting similar puzzle sculptures together, with me eventually continuing the work alone, designing more sophisticated and thought provoking figures. My puzzles have been shown in Caracas; Valencia, Spain; and here in Kingston, including at the Arts Society of Kingston, the juried art show “Fall for Art” and last two years’ “Made in Kingston.”
I make pottery at Kingston Ceramics Studio in the Shirt Factory. My work is influenced by my memories, feelings, and dreams. One of my most current bodies of work draws specifically from quilting. Quilted is interesting to me because it incorporates mismatched colors, patterns, line and texture, creating a beautiful and unpredictable mix of vibrant energy. It often creates something new from something falling apart (a recurring theme for me), and evokes a sense of happiness, safety, and comfort.
Beads hold a special place in history; some of our oldest relics from almost every culture include the beads the ancients used to adorn their lives. I like bringing together beads, old (I have been collecting for over 30 years) and new, to create art to adorn 21st century lives.
A Story of Urban Removal, the local acclaimed film about Kingston’s downtown neighborhood will be for sale on DVD, and filmmakers Stephen Blauweiss and Lynn Woods will be on hand.
Neville Bean has an extensive background in fashion design, branding and product development in New York City. She recently relocated her life and her studio, Neville Bean Design, to the Rondout. Neville is creating a collection of one-of-a-kind accessories. Items include vintage button jewelry, bead earrings, embellished “Victorian” chokers, collaged scarves in mixes of sumptuous fabrics and trims as well as fabric blocked chef aprons. Each piece is unique.
Karen Berelowitz doodled through three decades of school and an international development career before launching Karmabee in 2007. She prints her hand-drawn black & white designs on notecards, baby clothes, T-shirts, coasters, tote bags, and more. Karen sells her work online on Etsy, in stores, and at local markets, and from 2011-2016 she ran a retail store in Kingston, NY. She also teaches art and business, licenses her drawings, and creates custom logos and designs.
Moss Photos & Greeting Cards
Moss Photos & Greeting cards is located in Kingston. I create high quality photo greeting cards that feature local sites, animals, nature, etc. that I have taken photos of, as well as small related art pieces.
Kingston Candy Bar
Kingston Candy Bar is a brick & mortar old-fashioned candy store with a new-fashioned twist! We carry all of your old-time penny candies and the best of the Hudson Valley’s favorite sweets from local purveyors.
Kingston Candy Bar is a small family-owned business. Stop by and say hello to Diane & Jay and more often than not, one or more of the kids, who will be happy to guide you through our myriad of candies, cookies, fudge and ice cream.
Priscilla DeConti found her creative artistic self later in her life. Since retirement she explores creativity through various mediums and methods. Zentangle is a method(using simple patterns to make beautiful artwork) she found and now uses to make various cards and small art work. From plain pen and paper to acrylics and watercolors, all are used in this method. All are individually made and unique. They are suitable for framing, giving and keeping for oneself! This past summer, Priscilla went for training to become a certified Zentangle teacher and is now available for teaching this method to others.
I’m A Star
I’m a Star onesies and T’s for our little ones who possess special gifts and; talents. Show the world how special you are by wearing I’m a Star.
Metalwork accentuating the beauty and richness found in the world and around us. Handmade with LOVE in Kingston, New York.
Emilia is the creator, owner and artist behind ehstern. Her silk jewelry is designed, dyed, and created in her studio in Kingston, NY. All of the silk used in her jewelry is either repurposed, remnants, or Peace Silk made in India. Peace Silk supports local economies where workers are treated fairly and silkworms are able to finish their life cycles. All materials, including beads and metals, are sourced from businesses that support fair trade and/or sustainability.
Handmade by Anna Wang
I am entering as an individual crafter specialized in handmade quilted bags, purses, and full size quilts since 2003
Milne, Inc. – Antiques ~ Design ~ Custom
At Milne Inc, we build, design, and help our clients portray the lifestyle that they want to live. We offer a unique perspective on design by blending current design trends with vintage, industrial, antique and custom furniture. We work with home owners, weekenders, retail stores, corporations, film productions, and wedding planners.
Our ImmuneSchein Ginger Elixirs are created in our own facility with passion and appreciation for 100% pure, whole food ingredients to promote and support you in your use of elixirs. From day one, we have been committed to never using water, sugar, powders, additives, preservatives, flavors or anything other than food in any of our products as an ingredient.
Hetta Glogg, LLC
Drawing from Nordic roots, Hetta glogg is a drink of rich spices to enjoy with friends. Hetta is served heated, filling the room with aromas that reveal its complex flavor.
ColorPage was established in Kingston in 1976. Clients have chosen us because we not only provide premium printing & direct mail services, but we improve our customers’ sales and communications expertise by assisting them with the development of an effective marketing strategy and powerful creatives. Our digital and offset printing services are complimented by our award winning graphic designers, and the area’s most complete in-house bindery and website services.
Tom DeLooza Photography is working to bring back an appreciation for having your portrait made. In a time of endless selfies existing only on your phone and in the cloud, I push to leave something real and special for our future generations. I use antiquarian photographic processes that result in one of a kind images made on metal, glass, or hand coated papers.
Hone Street Art Studio and Gallery
Pastels, inkings from various towns, villages in France, as well as figurative art inkings. art deco pillows, handbags & handmade flowers.
Kingston-based illustrator, exhibition designer, and children’s author, Marker Snyder, founded Redsharkboy Studio in 2003. Through our products, stories, and art, Redsharkboy Studio sets out to unlock your dreams and unleash your creativity. With the help of our friends (both real and imaginary) Redsharkboy Studio hopes to remind you that imagination really can make a difference!
Jay Teske Leather Co.
Inspired by vintage leather goods, Jay Teske Leather Co. creates straightforward and functional products that will last a lifetime. We exclusively use the highest quality hides, from the few remaining American leather tanneries.
Frau B Creations
I make handmade table runners, placemats, napkins & hot pads
For the past 25+ years I have been designing greeting cards, journals and fine art using antique, vintage paper and my own art. My Works are sold at museum shops and stores in the Hudson Valley and well as in local galleries.
Anything Goes Vinyl
Anything Goes Vinyl mixes history, heart, and soul with creative second chances!! Using mostly scratched, warped, unplayable records, used musical instruments/equipment, and thrift/vintage/scrap fabrics; AGV blends these “castaways” to create up cycled, rock n roll inspired art and gifts for home and body!
Matthew Pleva is primarily splits his creative output on small-scale dioramas in found objects/jewelry and labor intensive pen and ink drawings.
I am a maker of objects for nearly 50 years creating functional and sculptural pieces, using recycled, re-purposed, reused found objects. I studied sculpture at SUNY Cortland and received my MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. My grandmother always said art was like cooking. You add a little of this, a little of that, and if you don’t like it, you start all over again.
We provide flotation therapy (or sensory deprivation.) Although we do not create art, we hold sacred space for artists to clear their mind and be able to tap into their creative focus.
Art for Living
Art for Living is a Kingston, NY based design studio featuring the photographic art of Deborah Mills Thackrey. We are creating a wide variety of items with digitally printed fabrics that include throw pillows, tote bags, kimonos, scarves, and now upholstered furniture. Our imagery is mostly brightly colored abstractions found in the details of graffiti and the fleeting imagery of reflections.
This year to Made in Kingston, I will bring mostly recycled coffee sack totes and choker necklaces made from vintage lace and trims.