A Preview of Artisans from 2021
The distinction of Penn’s Colony is a standard of craftsmanship and variety in 185+ artisans who gather once a year to showcase contemporary and traditional works for the home, garden, seasonal and holiday decor, gifts and personal accessories.
Some of the new artisans include:
Wood Tables by Drake Woodworks
Bird and Wildlife Paintings on Wood by Nature Wood Art.
Handdrawn Maps with leather map tubes by Medieval Mapmaker.
Canes, Walking Sticks and Axes of Stone by Silver Eagle.
Candles and Pot Pourri by The Candle Exchange.
These are just a few of the new works to explore.
Below is a partial list of some of this year’s artisans you’ll enjoy.
Always Summer Herbs bringing their own greenhouse grown Herb Teas, Tea Accessories, Honeys, Skin Care
Anne St. Claire Collection creating fine museum quality Porcelain Ornaments for your holiday home
Sunburst Design creating lampwork glass bead jewelry
Fused Inspirations creating functional decorative plates, switch plates, ornaments, lanterns, sculptures, seasonal decor
Poor Man’s Portraits painting with scissors to create on-the-spot silhouettes and Scherenschnitte art
Koladish Baskets weaving quality rattan vine reed to make traditional and modern baskets styles
Fiber Fields needlepunching wool into detailed needle felted signs, figures, 3-d seasonal decor, plus woven shoulder wraps
The Candle Exchange creating clean-burn soy poured candles, melts, tapers and bringing antiques
Vessel Glass blown-glass creations like pumpkins and gourds of all sizes with realistic curly stems, ornaments, wine glasses and more
Uncommon Adornments creating delicate sterling silver jewelry focusing on Celtic, Mythological and Historical symbols and designs