Day four of our VIRTUAL MARKET with our Spring Vendors.
We might not be able to meet face to face but the spirit of Craftin’ Outlaws lives on and the camaraderie that has brought us together these last 15 years is what we will capture online for our vendors and our fans. We encourage our fans to not only support them financially but share your love of past Outlaw items, what you purchase over the next 11 days and to keep supporting small businesses if you are able to do so. Stay engaged as with us on Facebook, Instagram, and our Newsletter
Today it’s all about our CERAMIC vendors. Vendors who have sales, discount codes or specials are indicated next to their shop links. Simply shop their online shops and support creative businesses.
Babbit Clayworks – I am a local small-batch ceramicist that specializes in functional, colorful, and minimal pottery. I find inspiration in well-defined shapes and unique color schemes. My pottery is microwave and dishwasher safe.
Bud and Bowl – Bud and Bowl is a woman owned small batch pottery studio based in Cincinnati, Ohio. They specialize in handmaking beautifully designed ceramic wares for the kitchen, home, and garden.
Ice + Dust Pottery –Ice + Dust Pottery offers brightly colored speckled pottery that is both decorative and functional.
Linnea Campbell Ceramics –Linnea’s work consists of one of a kind ceramic wares, using wheel throwing and hand building methods that she embellishes with her illustrations of forest creatures: from microbes in the soil to insects and small mammals. Receive free shipping on any order over $35!
Luvkt –I create a porcelain ceramics that are functional with an animal theme. I hand make each piece on the wheel, alter and add to it, then carefully paint.
Stephanie Orr Art – Concentrating on a spectrum of colors and textures, Stephanie Orr Art creates unique items that are an eclectic mix of functional and whimsical. Her most popular items are Galaxy Mugs, Forever Fungi and hand sculpted animal figurines!
UPDATE: Our spring fair has been postponed to Sunday, August 23, 2020
Combine your love of arts and crafts as Craftin’ Outlaws when we return to the Columbus Museum of Art.
We return tomorrow with promotions for our CHILDREN exhibitors.