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Bath Maker’s Market @ Bath Customs House
October 2, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Join artisans from this region for the second annual Maker’s Market in front of the Historic Bath Custom House on Sunday, October 2nd from 11-3 pm. Hand-sewn leather bags, paintings, pottery, handwoven textiles, Maine-grown flowers, wooden puzzles, and more. Come enjoy the live banjo and get some early holiday shopping done. Afterward, stroll down to the waterfront park or enjoy a meal at one of the restaurants in town. Family and dog friendly! October 2nd from 11-3 pm, across the street from Now You’re Cooking and Markings Gallery in Bath.
Participating artists include:
Kaitlin is a printmaker who draws inspiration from the natural world. Kaitlin uses both representational and abstract symbols to represent what we can’t always see, but feel within our natural environment.
Unfiltered Skin Care-
Unfiltered Skin Care is focused on providing natural products made of high-quality organic ingredients (and local ingredients where possible!). We cater to all genders, ages, and skin types. Our line ranges from baby care to facial serums, all handcrafted in small batches in sustainable packaging.
3 Legged Dog Ink-
I create original drawings using markers and colored pencils that are inspired by life in Maine. I sell framed originals as well as prints, notecards, stickers, and calendars.
Hand-made, hand-dyed rope baskets, made in Bowdoinham Maine.
I make recycled wearable art created from used bicycle tubes and deconstructed thrift store jewelry.
The Cultivated Thread-
The Cultivated Thread is a small-batch weaving studio in Mid Coast Maine creating handwoven wearables and home goods. I work exclusively with natural fibers and strive to source organic and/or U.S.-produced materials. Over a decade of working in organic agriculture inspires product design and informs The Cultivated Thread’s core principles: functionality, durability, and beauty.
Slow Grit Studio-
Julia, of Slow Grit Studio, creates both functional and sculptural work that focuses on texture, form, and feel. Drawing inspiration from nature, Julia uses wheel throwing and hand-building techniques to bring a sense of balance and grounding to their work.
The Holler Leather Works-
The Holler Leather Works is a husband and wife team out of Minot Maine. Our venture in leather goods began in 2015, creating axe sheaths and since then our line has expanded to totes, handbags, wallets, belts, and more. We create quality leather work that is built to last using local and US-sourced leather.
Hand-dyed and illustrated natural cotton tea towels and cyanotype textiles. Inspired by botanicals and the natural world.