June Pop-up Markets

Calling all lovers of art and crafts! Find Craftin’ Outlaws outside the walkway of the Columbus Museum of Art on Saturdays from 10am – 3pm. Makers will be set up for in-person shopping. Artists will be set up on June 5, June 19, and June 26.

*In case of inclement weather, check our Facebook event pages for cancellations.

Make sure to stop into the CMA gift shop and Cafe for lunch or snacks. Current exhibitions include Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Robinson’s House and Journals.

June 5

Wishbone – Dayton, OH – Wishbone dances on the line between strange and beautiful, utilizing plants, flowers, bones and more to create jewelry. She also creates small batch bath teas and salves, as well as concrete Medusa plaques

Wayward Bloom Ceramics – Delaware, OH – Wayward Bloom Ceramics focuses on whimsical hand-built ceramic flasks, mugs, bottles, pendants, and flowers. We focus on small batch work with sculpted, printed, or drawn designs, and each item is one of a kind! From birds, to bees, to even sculpted mushrooms growing out of trees, Wayward Bloom has organic nature-inspired designs for any outdoor lover. Follow waywardbloomceramics on Instagram to see more of their work!

Alissa Renzetti – Columbus, OH – Original surrealist art dolls. Dolls are sculpted, painted, sewn and constructed.

Yetunde Rodriguez Design (Yaytoonday)– Dayton, OH – Blockprinted home and personal accessories

June 19

RIOT Ceramics – Marion, OH – RIOT Ceramics makes a variety of handmade ceramic items including mugs, tumblers, jars, bottles, and ducks. Their work is inspired by graffiti and revolves around the word RIOT. They incorporate lots of symbolic imagery including skulls, ants, hearts, birds, and butterflies.

MyHobbyShop – Pickerington, OH – MyHobbyShop designs and creates handmade accessories for those who inspire to be trendy and unique in their own way. As a small business owner their goal is to ensure that every item is made with their customers in mind.

Lucie Shearer Art – Columbus, OH – Lucie Shearer is an artist and muralist based out of Columbus, Ohio, creating surreal illustrations that explore human emotion and connection. through figurative, symbolic and metaphorical imagery.

Little Shop of Floras – Akron, OH – Little Shop of Floras is a woman-owned, small business based in Akron, Ohio. It gives us great joy to incorporate the natural world into any dwelling with handmade macrame propagation planters and shelves, flower art, as well as other home decor items.

Emergent Art + Craft – Columbus, OH – Emergent Art and Craft is a gallery in the Short North neighborhood featuring local art and artisans. Their focus is on less established artists and less established collectors, offering a wide selection on fine art, decorative items, and gifts all handmade in Ohio.

Piinkrete – Circleville, OH – Their handmade concrete goods are made using reclaimed materials like glass and plastic. They try to be mindful of the materials used and the waste they produce.

Pajaro Negro

Bud and Bowl – Cincinnati, OH – Bud and Bowl is a woman-owned, small batch pottery studio located in Cincinnati, Ohio. We specialize beautifully patterned ceramics for your kitchen, garden, and home.

Fox Designs Jewelry

June 26

The Fabulous Fennyl – Westerville, OH – The Fabulous Fennyl is a bath and body business that creates fun and pretty bath products and gift that are good for the mind, body and soul.

Pajaro Negro – Yellow Springs, OH: Taking the forgotten beauty in nature and responsibly bringing out the delicate beauty through each jewelry piece.

Gabriel Guyer – Columbus, OH – I am a Traditional Artist creating 2D Mixed Media with a blend of Acrylics, Ink, and Pencil on Wood Panels and Live Edge Slices. Harnessing vibrant colors and hard lines, my work has an illustrative style that ranges from Endangered Species to Fantasy and Religion.

Old Salts Leatherworks – Columbus, OH – Brandon Ault started working with leather to pass the time during long sea passages in the caribbean. Since 2008, Brandon turned that hobby into a full time passion with the creation of Old Salts Leatherworks. From hip pouches and totes, to his signature front pocket wallet, straight forward, honest designs are the foundation of his craft.


Applications are now open for artists, crafters, makers and small business friends to share their goods to public, following all the safety guidelines for gatherings. APPLICATION FORM

Follow along on our Instagram and Facebook to learn more each week’s lineup of exhibitors. .

Let’s continue to ride this pandemic out by supporting our Craftin’ Outlaws.

Published by Mallory Theiss

Sewing, crafting, and hoarding fabric are a few of my favorite things.

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