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Ithaca Artist Market

The 2022 (30th annual) juried show and sale, with local and regional artists, community groups, food and wine, a boat tour, and jazz will take place on a Friday in August 2022. An exact date has not yet been chosen!


 

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 


About The Ithaca Artist Market

The next annual Ithaca Artist Market will be the 30th! The Market is a juried show and sale co-sponsored by the Ithaca Farmers Market, a beautiful 88 booth open-air covered structure on the inlet leading to Cayuga Lake. It will take place on a Friday in August 2022.

All 88 booths at the Ithaca Farmers Market will be filled with a juried selection of local and regional fine and functional artists, arts organizations, and food, wine, beer vendors. The East Hill Jazz Group sets the mood throughout the day! Discover Cayuga Lake will offer boat tours, and local arts organizations and artists will perform throughout the day.

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: Artists will be selling their paintings, photographs, ceramics, altered books, fine jewelry, fiber art, fused glass, collage, mosaics, fine furniture, wood-turned functional items, mixed media, sculpture, drawings, and etchings. And it's not just visual artists - there will be authors, singers, and theater and musical performances!

Ithaca Artist Market from Sue Perlgut on Vimeo.

"This is an amazing AND FUN annual event," says Robin Schwartz, Program Director of the Community Arts Partnership, who has been running the Artist Market for 28 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 the artists and looking at the artwork and hopefully finding lots of art to love and to purchase! 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

Questions: E-mail Robin Schwartz, Program & Grant Director at the Community Arts Partnership at programs@artspartner.org


2021 Participants

LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS  
Community Arts Partnership (your host!)    
Visitor Center    
Civic Ensemble     
Clockmaker Arts    
Hangar Theatre    
Memory Maker Project
State of the Art Gallery    
Village at Ithaca  

ARTISTS    
Jill Ackerman, Jilly.Makes.Pots - functional pottery
Sara Apker, Dropped Peel Designs  - ceramic framed mirrors
Ben Apker Designs - papercut art designs
Joanne Arnold, Thorne Art Fused Glass
Susan Arnsten-Russell - mixed media
Olivia Ashline, Easy Living Hats - fiber art, handmade hats
Rebecca Austin, Parlor City Arts - rebar wall art
Taylor Bayes - surrealist paintings
Tommy Beers - watercolor paintings
Gary Bercow - ceramic planters + teaware
Beyond Art Collective - interactive sculptural art
Phyllis Bishop - fabric abstract art
Christa Boice, Capturing His Creation - nature, landscape photography
C.W. Briar - author
Kelly Brown Clayworks - functional ceramics
Ariel Bullion Ecklund - minimal ceramic work
Uniit Carruyo, Wiggles & Wings - pencil drawings prints
Cheryl Chalmers - transparent watercolor
Aidan Chambliss, Elan Design Studio - mixed media handcrafts
Marika Chew - watercolors, prints, cards
Margaret Corbit , Raven Barn Studio, mosaics and tiles
Nancy Crane, Captivating Clay Creations 
William Deats - oil paintings
Adam Delli-Bovi - acrylic paintings
Linna Dolph - mixed media/ glass
Carla Elizabeth - box-framed paper sculptures
Jody Feavearyear - nature photography
Andy Finkle - paintings
Marc Freedman - wood worked sculpture
Hannah Graeper Pottery - functional ceramics
Betsy Gram Studios - functional ceramics
Hardy Griffin/Novel Slices - author
Ursula Hilsdorf - jewelry
T. Benjamin Hobbs, Stanton Hill Studios - hardwood furnishings
Gina Inzinna - ceramics   
Filomena Jack Studio - abstract acrylic paintings
Diane Janowski  - photographic prints on metal
Jon Knight - acrylic
Perri LoPinto Pottery - wheel-thrown pottery
Candy Lucas: Personal Realities - collage/photomontage
Carlton Manzano - oil landscape paintings
Colleen McCall Ceramics - colorful stoneware pottery
Kyle McCoy, Pixel Art Shop - hand-crafted pixel artwork
Kenneth McLaurin - comedian  
Trece McLaurin  - singer  
Daniel McPheeters - mixed media on panel
Erika Medina Raven's Alchemy - fine art/jewelry
Hugo Medina, Hugos Art - mixed media paintings
Susan Mehringer, Bean Hill Fiber -  weaving, knits
Alice Muhlback, Spirit and Kitsch - visionary art
Sharon Nelson Pottery - functional stoneware pottery
Angela Niforatos, Archives Wheel Studio - functional, decorative ceramics
Yen Ospina - digital collages
Anna Pausch, Studios & Paint with Anna  - painter, printmaker, instructor
Rachel Philipson Photography & Design - documentary photographs
Joanna Powell - macrame and ceramics
Emmalyn Pure Photography - photography prints
Laurin Ramsey, Liontail Press - letterpress prints
StudioSophiaSophia - colorful handmade earrings
Mary Reynolds, Stick with Mary -  decorative/function art
Gary Rith -  wheel-thrown pottery
Laura Rowley, Illuminated Press - book art
Michael Sampson - painting, printmaking
Susan Sarabasha  - pastel/colored pencil
Mary Michael Shelley, aka folkartmary -  carved and painted pictures
Joan Shroyer-Keno, Alta's Ornamentation  -  mobiles, jewelry
Grant Silverstein - etchings and drawings
Sheryl D. Sinkow Photography
Priya Sirohi, Kosha Studio - acrylic pour paintings
Christi Sobel -  nature inspired paintings
Mark Speiser, Bowled-Over Woodturning/Danby Hardwoods 
Carol Spence -  mixed media paintings
Diane Sullivan Design - functional ceramics
State of the Art Gallery - multiple artists
Belinda Thompson - blown glass 
Karen Trotter -  artistic nature photography
Madeleine Ulinski, Whiskey Cane Productions - leaf art; fiber toys
Susan Verberg Photography - chromogenic color prints
Fred Warner -  original watercolors
Shannah Warwick, BickBits  -  fiberart clothing design
Gaia Woolf-Nightingall, Earth Elemental Art -  practical folk art
Linda Wyatt  -  local nature photography
Esther Saloz, Planetarium - handprinted textiles
Teresa Yatsko - altered book creations
Kari Zelson Robertson -  ceramics, sculpture
Christine Zinder -  watercolor paintings


FOOD and WINE
Dennis' Homemade Ice Cream    
Hopshire Brewery 
Island Vibez, Jamaican Food      
Knapp Farm (tarts and pies)     
Tibetan Momo Bar    
Mushroom Spirits Distillery
On The Street Pita    
Osakaya (Japanese Food)     
Treleavan Wines