Artisans & Vendors Juried for the 2019 Scenic Drive


Jeanne Clark - Fiber & Art (Oct. 5 & 6 only)

Wanda Cobert - Homemade soaps, lip balms, soap dishes and more!

Jacqueline Davis - Hand-dyed scarves and infant ware

Fred DesCamps - Intarsia

Marc Featherly – Decorative hand carved wood art

Don Hale – Handcrafted metal yard art

Wanda Hale - Semi-precious gemstone handcrafted jewelry

Linda Harmon - “Linda’s Ladybugs” Handmade crocheted and knitted apparel & accessories

Mike Hartzler – Hand carved wood items

Huizenga Family Farm - A Knox County family operated farm selling fresh produce

Mary Ilmberger-Scott – Mixed media paintings, cards and magnets

Jan King & Ruby Bledsoe - Original dried floral designs. Custom design work done on-the-spot.  Designer wreaths, swags, and decorated pumpkins.  Wedding display and consultations

Diane Martino - Unique handmade jewelry

Ellen McDowell - Photography - framed photos, prints & note cards

Deborah Moreno - Hand drawn greeting cards, blank inside for personal messages

Ann Pastucha - Creative items using felted wool and polymer clay

Becky Peterson - Fall & Halloween paper mache sculptures (Oct. 5 & 6 only)

Susie Richardson - Original paintings, functional and decorative hand-built pottery, jewelry, and folk-art

Sarah Ritter - Locally handcrafted 100% soy candles, melts and room sprays

Lindsey Rogers - Handmade artisan bath and body soaps, candles and wax melts

Thomas Rogers - Stained glass

Linda Ross - Hand-thrown stoneware pottery for the home and garden

Sharon Scott – Original 14ct sterling silver mixed metal jewelry with natural stones

Jeff Selke – Woodturning

Luis Villa - Peruvian jewelry artisan who has mastered the traditional Andean styles in macrame, leather, and metal (Oct. 5 & 6 only)

Elizabeth Wood – The Wooden Looms creates and sells unique, quality handwoven, hand knitted and hand felted items

Chef Laura Lytle & Rich Wood - Homemade open kettle stew.  Homemade pie slices, brats, hot dogs, nachos