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So many artists in our community are selling their work, and we hope you will join us in supporting them. Find stationary and cards, jewelry and wearable art, custom portraits and artwork, and more…
One-of-a-kind ceramics from camper and staff alum, Antea!
Vantastic Finds is the perfect place for unique and fun prints, wall art, and cards!
Lavender Menace Press is a small press inspired by nature, history, and activism. It aims to uplift and inspire marginalized voices by creating works celebrating the joy, beauty, and resilience.
Send some good vibes to anyone who needs a little sunshine in their life with a custom, handmade card by staff alum, Natasha.
Prints by camper and staff alum, Izzy.
Handmade pottery by dear friend of Appel Farm, Alan.
“For the joy of making… a shop full of handmade love. Everything is made with tender care. Just for you, my stationary lovers. And for me, as well, for the enjoyment of creating something beautiful, something treasured. I hope every moment is special, unique, and opens a creative path for you within your journals or to that special penpal.” – With love, Jessica
Paintings and other fine art by Appel Farm neighbor, painter, photographer, teaching artist, and agriculture advocate, Kimberly.
Original art and design, printed on bags, pillows, masks and more from Appel Farm teaching Artists Tucker.
Bespoke knit pieces for every situation imaginable by staff alum Sam!
Handmade, custom, and vintage goods that give back. Shameless Stitch donates a portion of every sale to groups and causes that we believe in. See our list of selected charities in the About section.
Holiday Lavender Gift Baskets and more, from neighbor an friend, Sue!
Custom artwork by camp alum Kylie.
Crocheted Masterpieces by camp alum and camp mom Mika.
Glass art, handmade soap, and masks by camper and staff alum Shira.
Fine art photography prints, and check out Jerzy’s website for information on Individual, Couple, and Group Sessions; Weddings; Commercial & Event photography.
Alex Carlbon is an abstract painter and a full time artist living in Northern California. He calls his work ‘Psychographical Topography’. He works with mixed media and water to create abstract colors and shapes, shapes and colors which upon further inspection become character and story. He magnifies these little stories within these tiny worlds as they appear & develop within each canvas. Formally untrained, his style of painting is an exploration of untraditional techniques and experimentation, yielding art that is chaotic and colorful; yet serene and organized.
Custom handcrafted custom needle felted ornaments by staff alum Jane
Fine art photography book by camp and staff alum Michaela. “For months we have been confined to our homes and we have no idea when we will be freed. We have been separated from our loved ones. Hugging has become a sign of selfishness when it was once a way to show someone you care. We can no longer go to school, or work, everything is online. Reading the news has become so conflicting and the rules of society change daily now. Completing basic errands like going to the grocery store is something to be feared. These are necessary precautions but it doesn’t make it easier. I am exploring these ideas and feeling in my new series Pandemic.”