Providing grants, programs, and services to the artists and audiences of Tompkins County for 30 years

Ithaca Artist Market

Event: Friday, August 9, 2024, noon to 7:30pm

This will be our 32nd annual juried show and sale of fine and functional art, with local and regional artists, community arts groups, food / wine / beer, a boat tour, raffles, and jazz throughout the day.











(Top Row: Gourdlandia, Doug Robinson and London McDaniels in the East Hill Jazz Group, art by Sue Brightly, Jill Hoffman poses with her work, Julian Plum. Middle: Image by Lauren Reid. Bottom Row: Images by Carol Spence, Southearted Jewelry, Jilly.Makes.Pots, Arthur Bucknor, Rachel Feirman.)

Audience Registration Requested (Awesome Raffle prizes!)

The Artist Market is free with no tickets, but we'd love to know where you are from and how you heard about the event.
Fill out this quick online form and you'll be entered into a raffle for great art from our participating artists - 15 chances to win! All of the raffle prizes will be available as online sales so you won't have to be present. We'll pull 15 names for prizes throughout the event and If you win, we'll contact you!

Dates, Time, Location (Rain or Shine!)

Date: Friday, August 9, 2024
No Admission Fee! 

Time: 12:00pm to 7:30pm
Location: Ithaca Farmer's Market, off Route 13 at Third Street, (turn at the corner of Aldi and B&W Supply.) GPS: 545 Third Street, Ithaca NY 14850.


About the Artist Market:

Don’t miss this once year event!

The Artists: The Artist Market is a unique opportunity for visitors to meet over 80 fine artists in one location. You'll have great conversations, buy local art, and enjoy live music, performances, local food, and a scenic boat tour - all in a stunning lakeside setting. The local artistic talent and variety of art forms they create is truly outstanding.

You'll see paintings, photographs, ceramics, altered books, art jewelry, quilts, fiber art, blown glass, collage, etchings, relief printing, handmade books, wood-turned functional items, mixed media, papercut art, illustrations, and sculpture. (Image: Michael Sampson)

And it’s not just visual artists! There are poets and writers along with local arts and community groups representing theatre, cinema, museums, and more. The Visitor Center is on hand to answer questions about the area, helping visitors make the most of their time in Tompkins County. 

Scroll down to see all participants!

Entertainment: The East Hill Jazz Group will set a lively mood throughout the event. We'll also schedule 10 minute performances by participant musicians throughout the day. So far we have SingTrece, and R&B and gospel singer, and the Harmony Falls Chorus. (Times TBA.)

Food and Drink: Over a dozen vendors will offer a wide variety of food and desserts plus local wine, craft beer, cider and more!

Boat Tour: Discover Cayuga Lake will run a sunset boat cruise at 7pm - 8pm. ($25 adult, $10 kids) Book it now!


Ithaca Artist Market from Sue Perlgut on Vimeo.

2024 Participants 


Adam Delli-Bovi , acrylic paintings
Ankehoff_Ceramics, wheel thrown pottery
Annemiek Haralson Art, oil, watercolor, ink
art of yen ospina, digital art, folklore, fantasy
Arthur Bucknor, afro-cubism acrylics
Belinda Thompson Glass, hand-blown art glass
Ben Apker, paper cut designs
Bowled-Over Woodturning, functional wooden items
Cai Quirk, stained glass tapestries
Carol Spence, mixed media collage
Celia Bowers, oils on canvas
Charlotte Tysall , nature based artwork
Cheryl Chalmers, contemporary realistic watercolors
Dan McPheeters, mixed media on panel
Dede Hatch, photography & jewelry
Diane Duthie Photography, inspired nature photography
Diane Sullivan Design, functional ceramics
Don Ellis, migration & nature paintings
Dropped Peel Designs, ceramic framed mirrors
Elan Design Studio, handprinted goods, jewelry
Elizabeth Andrews Studio, original etchings
Enduring Images, fine art photography
Erika Medina, fine art & jewelry
Flaming Imagination, encaustic mixed media
Gary Bercow Ceramics, textured functional ceramics
Gary Rith, functional pottery
Gina Inzinna, ceramic art
Gourdlandia, functional gourd art
Illuminated Press, book arts
Jacques Schickel Pottery, functional ceramics
Jennifer Byrd Rubacky, fine art photography
Jill Hoffman, ethereal wildlife paintings
Jilly.Makes.Pots, wheelthrown functional pottery
Joan Shroyer-Keno, functional art
Julia DeGroat, naturalistic paintings
Julian Plum, gouache nature paintings
Katherine Solomon, sophisticated farm photography
Lauren Reid, oil paintings
Linda Wyatt, photography
Lisa Burns Studio, fused glass
Lisa Margosian, indigo-dyed stiched shibori
Lunnch, mixed media
Manzano Fine Arts Studio, outdoor landscape paintings
Maria Klemperer-Johnson, decorative woodwork
Marika Chew, watercolor animals & collections
Mary Shelley, woodcarved painted pictures
Mercedes Redmoon Designs, handcrafted metal jewelry
Michael Ludgate Photography, photographic prints
Michael Sampson, abstract paintings
Nancy Medsker Art Works, original pastel paintings
Passion Behind the Pen, artistic word merchandise
Perri LoPinto Pottery, functional ceramics
Poetic Voices, poetry books
Quilts by Nora, quilts & textiles
Rachel Dickinson, small oil paintings
Rachel Feirman, digital illustration
Rachel Philipson,  Photography, photography & design
Rachelillustrates - Fairie & Fantasy Art, queer fairie illustrations
Raven Barn Studio, tiles and mosaics
Rose Gottlieb, illustrations, handpainted jewelry
Sara Tro, photography/ink on paper
Sharon Nelson Pottery, functional ceramics
SingTrece, soul singer
Sophie Becraft, paintings and prints
Space Art Travel Bureau, vintage travel posters
Spirit and Kitsch, visionary art
Stefanie Green, small art quilts
Stick with Mary, mixed media
Stouthearted Jewelry, artisan handcrafted jewelry
Sue Brightly, colorful quirky creations
Susan Arnsten-Russell, mixed media
Tall Oaks Glass, fused glass
Teresa Yatsko, altered book art
The Cellar Studio, functional handmade ceramics
Tom Butler, mixed media collages
Tommy Beers, local watercolor landscapes
Upcycled Lamps by Jon Jensen, unique lamps
Whiskey Cane Productions, leaf art
Yangzhou (Yao) Bian, cooktime and playtime
Zachary Kei, nature-dyed canvas patchwork



Brooktondale Community Center
Business Leaders of Colors
Community Arts Partnership
Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers
Harmony Falls Chorus
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art
Ithaca Murals
Ithaca's Theatre Organizations
Rootwork Herbals
Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts
State of the Art Gallery
Village at Ithaca
Visit Ithaca



Ania's Confections
Bi-Ling Cravings
Damiani Wine Cellars
Hopshire Brewery
Ithaca Breadworks
Mama Said Hand Pies
New York Cider Company
On the Street Pitas
Osakaya Japanese Food
Silver Spoon 
Sunrise Samosas 

Thai Palace
Tibetan Momo Bar