Ithaca Artist Market
See it live. Buy it local.
Friday, July 19, 2019, 1pm to 8pm
at the Ithaca Farmers Market
Rain or Shine! It's a covered structure.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY, MAY 31
PAY THIS AMOUNT
One artist in one booth - $130
Two artists in one booth - $85 for each artist
Food Vendor Fee - $65
Arts Organization - either $65 or $130 (see guidelines)
MAKE A PAYMENT!
We are experiencing paypal link issues. Until I can figure them out, please pay your market fee on our donor page - www.artspartner.org/give under "donate on-line" THANK YOU!!
New: The Ithaca Artist Market is a joint venture of the Community Arts Partnership and the Ithaca Farmers Market! Thank you Ithaca Farmers Market!
2019 will be the Artist Market's 29th year!
The Ithaca Artist Market fills all 88 booths at the Ithaca Farmers Market with regional fine and functional artists in a unique, once-a-year, can't miss event. Artists of all disciplines are also invited to sell their work!
We are lucky to be able to partner with the Ithaca Farmers Market, one of the Country's best farmers markets!
Over 80 established visual artists have been juried into the Market to showcase and sell a stunning variety of some of the best fine art in the region.
Local arts organizations will also have booths along with plenty of food and dessert vendors. King Ferry Winery/Treleaven Wines will be on hand with wine by the glass, and Baccus Brewery will be serving craft beer.
Market goers can enjoy the East Hill Jazz Group, who will set the mood with classic jazz (with Johnny Russo on trumpet and trombone, Doug Robinson on guitar, London McDaniels on bass, and special guests). Ithaca Boat Tours will have some cruises leaving from the dock!
Admission is free, and visitors to the market have the unique opportunity to meet and talk with all these artists in one place and to buy work of all shapes, sizes, and disciplines, to include: paintings, prints, sculpture, fine furniture, collage, photographs, jewelry, stained glass, fused glass, ceramics, children’s books, fiber art, stone carvings and artist books. Prices range from $5 to $1,500 (something for everyone!).
"This is an amazing annual event," says Robin Schwartz, Program Director of the Community Arts Partnership, who has been running the Artist Market for 26 years. "The Farmers Market's open air structure on Cayuga Lake's inlet is beautiful. Music will be playing, there's plenty of food and wine and beer, and visitors can take their time meeting and looking at the artwork of over 85 artists, all carefully juried into the show. The local artist talent we have in Tompkins County is truly outstanding.”
Location: Ithaca Farmer's Market, off Route 13 at Third Street, (turn at the corner of Aldi and B&W Supply.) If using GPS, use 545 Third Street, Ithaca NY 14850. More info about the location or directions is at www.ithacamarket.com
Parking: The Market has lots of parking, and we'll have parking attendents helping direct you. There's some extra parking this year - as you turn off Route 13 (between Aldi and B&W Supply) and before you cross over the railroad track, there's some fields where you can park!
About the Community Arts Partnership (CAP): Visitors may already be familiar with the Community Arts Partnership’s events that include the Artist Market, the Greater Ithaca Art Trail, the Spring Writes Literary Festival, and the CAP ArtSpace. In addition to connecting artists and audiences, CAP offers artist networking events, and administers six art grant programs for local artists and not-for- profits. You are on our website!
CHECK OUT PHOTOS from previous markets on our Pinterest Page.
Note: These are 2018 event artists! 2019 artists will be on this page by June 7th
Milly Acharya: watercolor
Jill Ackerman: functional pottery
Maryam Adib: watercolor, mixed media
Susan Arnsten-Russell: touch drawings
Brian Auge: mixed media
Tommy Beers: paintings
Barbara Behrmann, fiber art
Beauty & The Beast Storytellers: selling their books!
Helen Bigsby: mixed media
Sarah Blodgett: fine art photography
Emma Bowers: oil paintings
Celia Bowers: oil on canvas
Mariellen Brown: paper cutting
James Burlitch: fine art photography
Cheryl Chalmers: watercolor
Aidan Chambliss: jewelry, prints, accessories
Marika Chew: watercolor, prints, cards
Helen Closs: abstract painting
Victoria Connors: needle/felted paintings
Nancy Crane: polymer clay
Kayla Crosbie: watercolor, giclee print
Silene DeCiucies: pottery basketry
Adam A. Delli-Bovi: acrylic on canvas
Diane Duthie: photography
Emily Finnigan: jewelry, textiles, silkscreen
Betsy Gram: ceramics
Annemiek Haralson: oil and watercolor painting
Dede Hatch: photography, jewelry
T. Benjamin Hobbs: furniture maker
Chris Holmes, mixed media
Phil Hutchings: traditional watercolor
Mary Beth Ihnken: paintings, prints, cards
Maureen Jakubson: hand dyed shibori
Julie Johnson: functional pocelain pottery
Brian Keeler: oil, watercolor
Ken Kennell: pointilist paintings, woodcarvings
Alison E. Kurek: mixed media
Hobit Lafaye: fine art photgraphy
Emily Lamb: mixed media paintings
Susan C. Larkin: digital photographs
Jesse Lepak: pyrography (woodburning)
Deborah J. Littlejohn: photography
Perri LoPinto Pottery: stoneware/Porcelain
Candy Lucas: collage/photomontage
Owen Mann: ceramics
Carlton Manzano: oil on canvas
Vanessa McCaffery: pen and ink
Colleen McCall: handpainted pottery
Kyle McCoy: perler beads
Daniel McPheeters: digital collage
Erika Medina: mixed-media art/jewelry
Denise Milito: upcycled fiber products
Alice Muhlback: paintings
Bill Mutch: editorial feature photo illustration
Patrick O'Connor: watercolor & mixed media
Graham Ottoson: gourd art
Rachel Philipson: photography
Terry Plater: watercolor, oil, pastel
Jenny Pope: woodblock prints
Michael Price: acrylic & oil paintings
Laurin Ramsey: letterpress prints
Sophia Readling: handcrafted statement jewelry
Jamie Redmond: photography, illustration, writing
Jacqueline Richardson: mixed metal patterned jewelry
Gary Rith: hand-thrown pottery
Michael Sampson: painting, printmaking
Jonathan Schnapp: acrylic painting
Mary Michael Shelley: painted wood carvings
June Silberman: gel prints and fiber art
Grant Silverstein: etching
Christi Sobel: painter and Illustrator
Pat Sorbini: mixed media collage
Mark Speiser: wood bowls and more
Carol Spence: mixed media & acrylic painting
Belinda Thompson: blown glass vessels
Karen Trotter: photography
Carey Tucker: mixed media
Katie Vaz: hand-lettering, illustration, stationary
Fred Warner: watercolor
Linda Wyatt: photography
Teresa Yatsko: altered books
ARTS ORGANIZATION BOOTHS
The Clay School - watch throwing demos and learn about studio membership
Community Arts Partnership - we are your host!
Community School of Music and Arts - learn about our classes, summer camps & events.
Guild of Natural Science Illustrators - our 50th anniversary! Learn all about our guild.
Hangar Theatre - mainstage and KIDDSTUFF tickets are on sale at hangartheatre.org
Ink Shop Printmaking Center - we'll have member work for sale.
Ithaca Ballet - learn all about our school and performances.
Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts - serving NY state visual artists and writers.
State of the Art Gallery - we'll have member work for sale.
Philly Cheesesteaks and Burgers
Khmer Angkor Cambodian
La Paladar Cuban
On the Street Pita
Osaka-ya Japanese Food
WINE & BEER
Bacchus Brewery Company
King Ferry Winery
The Open Art Hive. free and open art-making for the public!
East Hill Jazz Group performances all day