Art & Crafts

Fine art and crafts are an important part of EFM’s mission — supporting local artists and craftsmen.  Weekly art and crafts vendors include:

 

Arts Community of Easton (ACE)

The mission of the Arts Community of Easton, ACE, is to encourage and promote the arts of all disciplines, to foster an appreciation of the arts, and enrich the quality of life in the Easton area by offering arts education opportunities and community programming. The ACE tent at the Easton Farmers’ Market features ACE member artists and crafters selling fine jewelry, pottery, paintings, fiber art, glass, and other art media.

www.eastonart.org


Howe Sharp – 1st Saturday of the month

New at EFM in 2018!  Some of our shoppers may remember Jesse Howe of Howe Sharp from Weyerbacher Wednesday and as a guest vendor at the Winter Market, but now Jesse’s son, Rich, will be taking over the reins at EFM for all of your sharpening needs while you shop the market.  Everything from kitchen knives, hair cutting scissors, garden tools, chain saw blades and more, drop your items off at the Howe Sharp stand on your way in and they’ll be better than new by the time you’re through with your shopping.

321 Blooming Glen Road
Perkasie PA 18944
215.565.6422
www.howesharp.com


Mud & Maker


Mud & Maker blends multiple techniques and mediums into handcrafted and original one of a kind pieces of pottery.  Living and working in rural Pennsylvania, they are inspired by their natural surroundings and people they meet – many of pieces include elements of playful design, blending a colorful rustic aesthetic with just the right amount of snarky wit. “We believe each day is unique – just like every piece of pottery we make.”

6 South Centre Street
Pottsville, PA 17901
484.650.2745
www.mudandmaker.com

 


Wanderer’s Essentials – 3rd Saturday of the month

New at EFM in 2018! Wanderer Essentials’ founder and craftsman Evan Austin started his journey of honing fine crafts while working with his dad in the family’s workshop, and learning how to cook, sew and be resourceful from his grandmother. He has used that upbringing to make unique crafts that appeal to the wanderer in all us. Find goats milk soap, beard balm, lip balm, shave soap, soy candles, wood products (including trays and signs), wool zipper bags, mugs, and even more as Evan continues to bring new designs and products to market.

 66 Shippen Ridge
Oxford, NJ 07863
908.307.4143