Congratulations to the vendors who will be participating in Siren Nation’s annual Arts & Craft Sale this November at the McMennamin’s Kennedy School!
Addie Pearl Jewelry Design
I am a purveyor of cute. My job is to make adorable jewelry, pincushions and cat nip toys. I use recycled & vintage materials whenever possible. My weapons of choice are as follows: wool felt, vintage fabric, beads and sequins
Allegra B Designs
I love creating accessories and home décor in unique patterns that are eclectic and edgy to give your accessories a creative twist, everything is handcrafted by myself with great detail given to pattern placement and quality construction.
The Bead Kahuna
It started with a single bracelet brought home from Mexico, a small token from a friend. The simple design in brightly colored glass beads appealed to my Southern California sensibilities, were beach life melds seamlessly with the diverse richness of Mexican culture
Handmade sterling silver, turquoise & gemstone jewelry. Inspired by the Southwest, lovingly handcrafted in the PNW.
Colorful hand crocheted hats, scarves, scarflettes and wrist warmers for all ages with garden inspired appliqués and hand selected vintage buttons.
Found object assemblage art. Upcycled, irreverent and beer themed.
Candy Amor Jewelry
Candy primarily works with sterling silver and gold filled metal. Many pieces are embellished with beautiful semi-precious stones that are carefully hand-picked by her. The techniques used in her jewelry making are soldering, metal texturing, and wire wrapping.
I create one of a kind, handmade and painted lowﬁre ceramics. Inﬂuenced by my almost two decade career as a zookeeper, my work typically revolves around the theme of animals, with my work either in decorated with or in the shape of animals.
Coco Delay fashions handmade jewelry from decorative paper sourced from around the world.
Crow and Stone Jewelry
Crow and Stone uses Brass, Silver, and Gold-Fill in her jewelry, intentionally combined with gemstones that hold energy supportive properties. The collection is made up of bold statement pieces, alongside classic subtly unique treasures.
The Curious Wild
Wildlife & natural science inspires art made by hand
Dancing Heron Illustration
Queer screen printer and designer producing androgynous punk fashion, accessories, and art at their garage print studio in SE Portland, OR. Work features archaic motif meshed with modern aesthetic
Elizabeth Rohloff Designs
Headwear and clothing separates made of fine quality natural fibers sustainably sourced and produced locally by a few busy minds and hands in Portland, OR
I am a mixed-media artist who specializes in sculpture using sustainable materials. I sculpt air-dry clay onto reclaimed wood, using beeswax and resin to incorporate metal and natural elements into my work.
Erika Rier Art
Erika Rier is a folk surrealist artist focused on creating work which depicts womxn actively engaged in the world around them. In addition to fine art she creates art zines and comics as well as screen printed and hand painted textiles.
Funky Knits by Georgia
Fantastical knits and stitches by a smart aleck mama! In order to be a creative stay at home mama, I’ve designed and knit several goofy creatures and DIY knitting kits to bring color and joy to my fellow humans.
Timeless treasures of traditional art with a modern flair. I hand draw every design on real egg shells through a was resis and progressive dye series in the Ukrainian tradition. The result is a heirloom quality art, perfect for hanging or standing display.
Heidi West Designs
Heidi creates handmade bags and textiles with her own screen printed fabrics. Her designs are inspired by nature and often whimsical and colorful.
HK Design PDX
Heather currently lives and works in Portland, Oregon. She is attracted to shapes and patterns in the littlest of things most others may rarely notice. She is drawn to intricate patterns in nature, worn structures and buildings, rusted metals, peeling paint, and the everyday wear and tear of time on objects.
KattSplat makes spooky-fun ceramics with an industrial edge. From bowls that look like brains to cups that resemble toxic waste barrels, we’ve got all your post-apocalyptic dining devices.
Custom, vivid, OOAK wearable creations. Mostly natural, hand-dyed fiber, but some metal, glass and wood sneak into my offerings. I love finding something that inspired me, was made for YOU. (also, I really dig making custom commissions) The focus is on your individuality & story.
Kollodi created reusable alternatives to throwaway culture from her basement workshop. She makes reusable snack bags, straw bags, sandwich wraps, insulated lunch totes, and other gifts for the parent and child.
Lea K Tawd Visual Art
I create mixed media paintings that celebrate women and explore introspection and personal growth. I will be offering original art, prints and cards.
Mindy’s Beer Gear
I turn used craft beer 6-pack boxes into durable and functional wallets and accessories. I started this business in 2010 and it has allowed me to be a stay-at-home mom to my 5 year old. You can follow me on Instagram and my shop inventory on Etsy.
P2 Creations Di Pinsonault Originals
Peggy and Diane have been in the Siren Nation Craft Sale every year except 2017 when they decided to take a little break. They are back this year with small creations in mixed media and ceramic as well as their Everyday is a Holiday 13-Month Calendar as well as prints.
I am a character fabricator residing in Portland, OR. My costume work can be seen in the films Coraline and ParaNorman. I use the techniques learned from many years making puppets for stop-motion animation to create 3D versions of the characters from my own paintings and drawings.
Ruby Farms is the collaborative work of a husband and wife duo. Nick wheel throws each piece, and Courtney glazes by hand. We create fun, affordable, and functional ceramics.
Founded in 2005, Scrumptious Suds is a delicious line of bath and body treats, handcrafted in Portland, Oregon. Artisanal creations are inspired by favorite cocktail and dessert recipes and crafted from natural and local ingredients.
Shanalee is an embroidery artist inspired by pop culture, art, current events and my friends. A friend recently described my work as kind and supportive – the best compliment. I just want to make things that make people smile, make people feel less alone.
I am a salvaged wood artist, carving puppets, dolls, painting on wood. I show at local galleries and will be in Oregon Art Beet this fall.
Maggie Wauklyn is an illustrator and storyteller living in Portland Oregon. Her work has a warm, rich quality that distinguishes it from the work of her peers. There is a buoyant, openness to her colorwork that is balanced by a grounded sensibility.
I’ve always liked creating but I’m fairly new to the maker world. I’ve dove in head first when I go my laser printer and I haven’t stopped since. I make everything from keychains to cutting boards and work with many different materials from leather to wood to acrylics.
Tiger Food Press
I create letterpress printed stationery and linocut art prints. I also have a growing line of home goods featuring the same hand printed designs as my paper goods, including pillows, tote bags, and tea towels.
Twine & Quill LLC
Tine & Quill is a creative studio founded by graphic designer, Cindy Sullivan who creates original handcrafted products and sources creative supplies from post customer and vintage materials and upcycled and eco friendly.
Celina discovered that each knot in macramé reminded her of different movements in water. Woven Currents aims to reflect the ebb and flow of the ocean and nature’s imperfections. She uses natural elements, such as driftwood, rocks and shells she finds in her designs.
Liv Rainey-Smith is an artist specializing in hand-pulled xylographic prints. Her imagery draws primarily upon historic styles, folklore, dreams, and esoteric traditions. Her woodcut process incorporates a mixture of traditional and modern tools as well as a blend of European and Japanese printmaking techniques.
The Kennedy School’s accessibility information:
The main schoolhouse is ADA compliant.
The SE entrance to the building is ADA compliant and has a ramp.
The front (west) and NE back entrances are NOT ADA accessible.
There are also small ramps into the Gymnasium.
The bathrooms nearest the Gym have an ADA stall.
The chairs are all black metal framed conference chairs with a padded seat. No arms.
The Kennedy School does not have a no/low scent policy.
There are 140+ spots in the lot, including several permit-only accessible spots.