October 18, 2020 3rd Sunday in October
Homewood Central Park
Sponsored by the Homewood Arts Council and the City of Homewood
Handmade Art Show is a free event!
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.
Sunday, October 18th, 2020
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Homewood Central Park
1632 Oxmoor Rd, Homewood, AL 35209
Galleries of Participating Artists IN 2019
Clothing and Accessories
Metal and Glass
Paintings and Photography
Soaps and Candles
Alice Lizee — Vintage Jewelry Allison Dailey — Photo Art By Allison Jane Andrea Lucas — Andrea Lucas Studios Becky Denny — Digs Design Studio Beth Bradley — Paintings Brian Bohanan — Bohanan Folk Art Chad Moore — Piffle Pics Charlotte Wilson Paintings Craig Skowronek — Lula Wood Works Danielle Stephenson — Familiar Grace Design Studio Darrell Ezekiel — Mixed Media Debra Farley — The Charming Cherub Don Driggers — Bee Creek Farm Honey Dragana Obradovic — Dragana Leather Design Elizabeth Seidel — Stone Crow Studio Eric Poland — Epoland Art Eva Pun — Mixed Media George Elliott — Photography
Gracie Gilbert — Gigi’s Olive oil Hunter Bell — Hunter Bell Designs Jacob Oglesby — The Rusty Redhead Jamie Stephens — Jewelry by Jamie Jamie Weaver — Earth Candy Design Janna Phillips — Janna Phillips Art Jessica Cohen — Paintings Jill Lindsey — Sister Art Pottery Joye Hehn — Twisted Tiara Julia Rasmussen —Recycled by Ras Kathleen Cooper —Handmade Chandeliers Kathryn Clark — Glass Dragon Fly Kenny Waggoner —KLW Fine Art Kristen Roberts — Mint Tulip Jewelry Kyle & Camille Wick — Thimbletree Studio Leah Rawson — Rawson Revival Leldon Maxcy — Leldon’s Wood Art Libby Tate — Libby’s Land of Odds
Lindsay Parris — Mixed Media Lisa Jackson — Glass Art by Lisa Melissa Gay — Bemele Candles Molly Raymon — Paintings Nan Jacobs — Mixed Media Pam Truitt — Paintings Pam Weaver — Butt Naked Candles Rae Ann Wright — Cottage Industry Soap Company Rebekah Blocker — Compelled Designs Shelia Godfrey — SHG Designs Sherri Arias — S. Arias Creates Stephanie Kirkland —Stephanie Kirkland Art Susan Shoemaker — Pencilpress Tim & Mariah Wick — T and M Wood Craft Trevor & Joanna Mann Walden FARMacy Valerie Holley — Sister Art Pottery Victoria Laviolette — Hanover Ridge Wendy Watts — Wine Designs by Wendy
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.
There is a large, free parking lot off Oxmoor Road, adjacent to the venue.
No tickets required!
Sponsored by the Homewood Arts Council
Bring your furry friend!
Homewood Central Park is pet friendly but leashes are required.
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.
Enjoy delicious food and deserts from any of the food trucks parked around the perimeter.
Homewood Central Park boasts 6 pavilions with picnic tables for visitors to enjoy shaded al fresco dining.
Park restrooms are scrupulously cleaned and stocked the morning of the event.
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!
Join The Show
We welcome artists to reserve a booth at the show.