The 2014 Pyramid Hill Art Fair featured fabulous
artists of every kind!
The first artist to catch my eye was Thomas Meredith.
His art was wild, colorful and fun!
If you are interested in Mr. Meredith's
art you may contact him at
Whistle Stop Clay Works had a booth
with fabulous pottery.
They give classes in addition to selling
their beautiful designs.
The awesome sculptures at Pyramid Hills
are always a delight to view.
Loved the original artwork by Ruby Rose Studio!!
Lisa Lackey & Jennifer Belt
Live Alpaca's right next to...
what else? The Alpaca Shop!
Gorgeous gloves, sweaters, scarves & more made
from alpaca fur!
Christine Ahr makes
elegant brooches, shawl pins & hair accessories.
Her company - Mary Jane Designs
was named after her mother.
Contact Christine at:
Jen Siegrist - Fiber Artist
Jen's fiber art was unique & beautiful!
Woodturning By Mike
Mike had gorgeous one of a kind wood
pieces, each made by hand.
Jr & Diane Swartz are each amazingly
talented. Jr. makes concrete yard items
like giant leaves and hypertufa's
while his wife Diane
makes fabulous wreaths!
Their miniature bird baths for fairy gardens
are always a hit.
Interested in their items?
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Janniev has awesome one of a kind
birdhouses with an assortment of whimsical
pieces on them. All have doors that open for
easy clean out and they are sealed to last
through any kind of weather!
Her bird houses & vintage items can be seen
at the Secret Garden in Waynesville, Ohio
or contact me at email@example.com
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