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Artisans Marketplace Preview: David W Shuyler

I was born in SO CA, the son of a Kansas cabinet maker. As a ‘4th’ generation wood worker from a young age I’ve appreciated the effects of rubbing sandpaper on wood and seeing its beauty shine. I went to Newport Harbor High School and made my first contribution to the ENC (Environmental Nature Center) as a Senior. The opportunity to come back 40 years later as an Artisan and contribute has really brought me to my roots. Being a custom woodworker has allowed me some awesome occasions to work on beautiful yachts, planes and homes. The last ten years I’ve been walking and training dogs on the side while pursuing my artistic expressions. So now I present to you my labor of love and my return to the simple…

Artisans MarketplacePreview: Shoulda, Coulda, Wooda!

My name is Jadyn Coulter and I am 13 years old. I am one of the youngest members of the Orange County Scroll Saw Association, and I have been cutting wood for five years. I have three scroll saws and my favorite one is the Excalibur. My favorite style for the scroll saw is compound cutting and intricate designs. I volunteered at the Imaginology Festival and the OC Fair this year to educate and encourage other young artists in the field of scroll sawing. I also enjoy handcrafting jewelry by making beaded and wooden earrings (out of various hardwoods) and crotcheted beaded necklaces. This is my fifth year selling at the ENC Christmas Artisans Marketplace and I have made many fun memories since I started!…

Artisans Marketplace Preview: Rusty Sand Jewelry

Teresa has been making jewelry since 1993 and her most recent love has been working with the element copper. She has been working with copper for the past five years now, and loves the rustic, boho feel of the pieces she creates. She incorporates wire wrapping, soldering, and metal forging and for this past year has enjoyed electroforming with copper. She loves choosing gemstones to create for her favorite sellers online, and in person when attending gem fairs. Rusty Sand Jewelry will be at the ENC Artisans Marketplace on December 2!

Artisans Marketplace Preview: Luscious

Diana Daly, founder and creator of Luscious, offers pure botanical, all-natural and organic anti-aging/skin- moisturizing products.  Her goal is to develop products that are not only non-toxic, eco- friendly, and anti-aging, but that also are healthy and beneficial in promoting all-around wellbeing from the outside-in. These are products for anyone that believes in a natural, organic, and environmentally-friendly way of life.

Artisans MarketplacePreview: Knot Sew Knitting

Julia has been an award winning professional seamstress for over 20 years. She has been teaching for over 30 years, and in her spare time, she enjoys crafting reusable bags, clutches, and bow ties using fabric which someone may find as a theme to express their unique personality. The family business is located in Newport Beach, California, and prides itself on its dedication to professional craftsmanship and attention to details.

Artisan Marketplace Preview: Creative Stitches by Carol

Carol Hamelberg is a resident of Huntington Beach, CA and started making crafts for sale in 2013. She has been sewing since she was 6 years old and made most of her clothing in high school. She loves to sew crafts and is always looking for new ideas and patterns. Her handmade creations have been sent to customers throughout the United States and internationally. She attends local craft fairs as far north as Torrance and enjoys meeting her customers face to face. She loves sewing and being able to share her products with friends, family and new customers. She has made many custom orders and will personalize your order.  

Artisans Marketplace Preview: Conscientious Clothing

Franceil Masi was born in Coral Gables, Florida. Her great-grandfather and aunt were artists and at an early age she expressed herself through the visual arts and writing. She used to sit for hours to color in coloring books, build toys and Lego structures, and create new objects. Her great-grandmother was supportive of her and critiqued each of her drawing pieces. In high school, Franceil was offered a full scholarship to Rhode Island School of Design but turned it down to major in Creative Writing at USC. During Franceil’s last year at USC, she discovered her natural ability to paint. Her sketches and paintings gave Franceil the freedom to be expressive with the use of line, tone, and techniques. She began to show at galleries…

Artisan Marketplace Preview: Concern America

Concern America is an international development and refugee aid organization that works with economically impoverished communities around the world to develop long-term solutions to poverty. Building upon local knowledge and experience, Concern America trains villagers to become their own health care providers, water engineers, and artisan cooperative leaders. Since 1972, Concern America has worked in 15 countries on 4 continents, making a measurable impact in the lives of more than 2 million people. In the United States, Concern America engages groups and individuals through their Social Justice Education program and Fair Trade Craft marketplace. Concern America taps into a community’s greatest resource, the people themselves, to alleviate poverty and to improve lives. They are invited by local organizations to collaborate on community development projects and send long-term field volunteers who…

Artisan Marketplace Preview: Artistique Studios & Kār Bear Creations

Artistique Studios Artistique Studios is delighted to present an array of art, jewelry and accessories that are perfect for holiday gifts. Award-winning  artist Katie Gerlt, who has won many prizes at the E.N.C.’s own children’s art contests over the years, will offer her collections of art prints, note cards, clay charms, figurines, and Christmas decorations for sale. Her Sea Life Collection of note cards benefits the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach. Her mother, Linda will have handmade jewelry and accessories for sale. Kār Bear Creations I’m Karis Jay Simons, a 17 year old jewelry designer. I’ve been designing for the past 2 years, and it’s become a passion of mine. Last year I participated in the ENC Marketplace and had a great time….

Artisan Marketplace Preview: ArchaicArt

After working as an Archaeologist, Roxanne began to explore her fascination with jewelry and embarked on a journey to create some of her own pieces. She is learning new techniques all the time and is influenced by primitive designs from the ancient past, as well as the natural world and its raw organic nature. She also likes to incorporate weaving, knotting, and beading into some of her homespun designs. Her art, similar to her, is constantly changing and growing.

Artisan Marketplace Preview: ALIGN Bodywork & Yoga

Nayelli Cardenas is a Certified Massage Therapist, Holistic Health Practitioner and Yoga Teacher with expertise in transformational bodywork, energy balancing and Hatha Yoga for active seniors. During the past 18 years she has focused her massage practice on the mind body connection and how it relates to healing, while studying the pioneering of soft tissue rehabilitation therapies currently used in the latest research on the benefits of massage therapy. With a specialty in chronic and acute neck pain, her treatments focus on migraine and headache relief rehabilitation using Craniosacral Therapy along with Yoga classes. She is also known for her specialty massage in pregnant women and post-delivery structural bodywork, to regain balance in their bodies once the baby has arrived. Nayelli has been the Yoga…

Artisans Marketplace Preview: Tom Greeley

by Angelica Camacho, ENC Communications Intern With a career that spans over 50 years, Tom Greeley has built a legacy with his ceramic art.  Greeley began his career by creating art pieces in college and from there, he made art wherever he could find the means to do so.  From his experience in ceramic art, Greeley decided to make ceramic pieces that were as beautiful as they were useful.  Greeley now sells his products at different fairs and on etsy.com to raving reviews. Fifteen years ago, Greeley hit a lucky break and has been since able to use equipment from the Oasis Senior Center in Corona Del Mar and Huntington Beach Adult School.  After having this breakthrough, Greeley looked to give back to the community….

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