28th Annual Handmade Art Show

Handmade Art Show

2021 HANDMADE ART SHOW CANCELLED DUE TO COVID 19

Sponsored by the Homewood Arts Council and the City of Homewood

Handmade Art Show is a free event!

WHO

Handmade Art Show started in 1994 in a private home with just a handful of artists. It now showcases about 60 local artists.

Handmade is different from many other art shows because of it’s intimate size, featuring only local artists and is held in a neighborhood park. 

 Many Homewood residents walk to the show and consider Handmade their neighborhood art show. 

WHen

Sunday, October 10th  2021

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where

Homewood Central Park

1632 Oxmoor Rd, Homewood, AL 35209

Free Parking

There is a large, free parking lot off Oxmoor Road, adjacent to the venue.

Free Admission

No tickets required!
Sponsored by the Homewood Arts Council

Pet Friendly

Bring your furry friend!
Homewood Central Park is pet friendly but leashes are required.

Kid Friendly

Kids love the playground!
It's huge, safe, and clean.

Live music
by
Pickin in the Park

Fun, interactive jam session with local musicians.
Bring your guitars, ukuleles, banjos, bass and violins to play with other musicians in the area. If you simply like to listen, that's fun too - there will be a band playing center stage.

Food Trucks

Enjoy delicious food and deserts from any of the food trucks parked around the perimeter.

Picnic Tables

Homewood Central Park boasts 6 pavilions with picnic tables for visitors to enjoy shaded al fresco dining.

Clean Restrooms

Park restrooms are scrupulously cleaned and stocked the morning of the event.

Explore Art by this year's Participants

Participating Artists

Alice Lizee — Vintage Jewelry
Allison Dailey — Photo Art By Allison Jane
Andrea Lucas — Andrea Lucas Studios
Becky Denny — Digs Design Studio
Beth Bradley — Paintings                                              Beth Smith — Mudtown Pottery                              Celeste Amparo Pfau 
Charlotte Wilson Paintings
Craig Skowronek — Lula Wood Works
Deirdre Lewis Mason– Deirdre Lewis Art                Darrell Ezekiel — Mixed Media
Don Driggers — Bee Creek Farm Honey                Donna Martin Paintings                                        Elizabeth Seidel — Stone Crow Studio                        Edward Heerten– Heerten Family Woodworking      Eric Poland — Epoland Art

George Elliott — Photography                                  Hannah Johnson Art 
Hunter Bell — Hunter Bell Designs
Jacob Oglesby — The Rusty Redhead
Janna Phillips — Janna Phillips Art                                Jayne Morgan Art
Jill Lindsey — Sister Art Pottery
Joanna Feldewerth–Refined Bham
Kathleen Cooper —Handmade Chandeliers              Kelly Sullivan Art                                                          Kristin Drew Vickers Art
Kyle & Camille Wick — Thimbletree Studio Lauren Lambert — el.en Collection
Libby Tate — Libby’s Land of Odds

Lisa Jackson — Glass Art by Lisa                              Marcus Hilden– Narrow Lane Forge                              Mary Segreto — Mardi Gourds
Melissa Gay — Bemele Candles                              Michelle Carter– Short & Stout Pottery            
Pam Truitt — Paintings
Pam Weaver — Butt Naked Candles                          Rachel Bates–Dizzy Needle
Rae Ann Wright — Cottage Industry Soap Company
Rebekah Blocker — Compelled Designs
Sherri Arias — S. Arias Creates                                Theresa Clements– Soul Spirit Jewelry
Valerie Holley — Sister Art Pottery
Wendy Watts — Wine Designs by Wendy

Join The Show

We welcome artists to reserve a booth at the show.
Pickin in the Park

People who love art and music, this event was made for you! Handmade Art Show has teamed up with Pickin in the Park – a music event also sponsored by the Homewood Arts Council.

Pickin in the Park started many years ago and is a fun, interactive jam session with local musicians.

Bring your guitars, ukuleles, banjos, bass and violins to play with other musicians in the area. If you simply like to listen, that’s fun too – there will be a band playing center stage. Local art and music in one setting just makes for a Sunday Funday that’s for sure!

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Handmade Art Raffle
to Support Wellhouse

Visit the Homewood Arts Council booth at the center of the show to purchase tickets to enter the handmade art raffle. 

The raffle proceeds benefit Well House organization who rescue and provide opportunities to female victims of human trafficking who have been sexually exploited.