2018 Bazaar & Art Fair

Our annual Bazaar & Art Fair will be
Saturday, November 3rd, 2018, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Join us for great food, second hand treasures, lovely crafts and amazing art!

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Our Bazaar & Art Fair is a great place to start AND finish your holiday shopping, so make sure you have it on your calendar!

The Bazaar features wonderful baked goods, jams, jellies, and other goodies from the PPUMC Ovens. You are likely to find a gently-used treasure in the Twice Nice rummage sale area, and get your hands on some fabulous craft items in the Boutique. Shopping is hard work, so be sure and visit the Snack Bar (open 9 am to 1:30 pm) for a yummy treat, breakfast, or a light lunch! The fresh-baked cinnamon rolls go especially fast in the morning …

The Prospect Park Art Fair always offers a wide spectrum of beautifully crafted items at price points to fit any pocketbook: photography, jewelry, Hmong needlework, quilts, rugs, pottery, fused glass … you name it, we’ve probably got an artist/exhibitor offering it for sale.

Below is a list of 2018 artist vendors. This list may grow, so check back here frequently! Some of the artists have their own Web sites where you’ll find more information about them and the items they create, so click on the link and explore further!

If you are an artist who would like to participate in the Art Fair, please complete the registration form here. you may contact the organizational team by email (ppumcartfair@gmail.com) or call the church office (612-378-2380) for more information.


Participating artists:

Jeff Ambroz – Hand-dyed scarves, mixed media jewelry, MN-themed art, ornaments and boxed notecards. Please see website, Instagram (jeff.ambroz.art) or Facebook (jeff.ambroz.art) for examples of  work

Judy Bratt – Weavings: towels, scarves; mittens

Maya Brown – Soap, perfume, apothecary items made with local, hand-harvested ingredients

Cherie Rinehart-Burke – Jewelry and Mosaics

Laura Burlis – Polymer clay marvels, greeting cards

Rod Cameron – Serving trays, trivets, knife racks, key racks, clothes racks hand made of wood and tile

Leann Clemmons – hand made greeting cards and leather wrap beaded bracelets

Stephanie Daily (Aunt Beady’s Soaps) – Glycerin soaps, hand knits, cards

Katherine Dawa – African jewelry, leather jewelry, cameo jewelry, Africa purse, dry banana leaf pictures, African key chains, body oils

Kelli Fifield (Tea Leaf Gallery) – Food-themed watercolors, greeting cards, tea equipage

Kacy Gulliver – Soaps: felted wool soaps and goat’s milk soaps, Crocheted Cat Nests, Crocheted scarves, Hats, Jewelry, Embroidered items

Joan Gilbertson – Knitted Items

Angela & A.K. Hed Vincent (The Studio Project) – Journals, paintings 

Judy Horns – Knitted crocheted & felted items, jewelry

India Partnership – Hand loomed, Fair Trade items from India: placemats, towels, tablecloths, and more

Marilee Johnson – Quilts & quilted items

Judy Kahm – Decorative scarves, bracelets

Carla KjellbergLarge colorful jewelry, including earnings, necklaces and bracelets.

Kate Kroska – Watercolor prints, notecards and handbound journals

Pamela Kirton – Cards, prints, large coloring sheets and calendars of birds in a whimsical style.

Sharon Lehmann – Stuffed animals, binkie blankets, burp cloths which are all handmade

Dawn Malcolm – Functional ceramic ware and tile mosaic wall pieces

Gerry and Tim Moore – Mittens made from recycled wool sweaters, unique color combinations with polar fleece linings and decorative buttons on cuffs.

Jody OuradnikFiber craft: crochet, felted, knit, & handspun items

Robbyn Overall (Paper Joint) – Floral cards, leather goods

Justin Ozanne (Zen Forest Photography) – Photography prints on metal, canvas, and traditional matte prints.

Nancy Radle (Terreus Merx) – Necklaces, bracelets and earrings of natural stone beads, fossils (ammonites, petrified wood, fossil coral) and Lake Superior agates using copper and sterling silver findings and beads

Emily Reineke – Fabric purses and bags

Mary Sicora – Quilted zippered bags

Vikci Van Duyn – knitted shawls, scarves, cowls.

Velasquez Family Coffee – Fair trade coffee from Honduras

Keith Willenson – Pretty soaps that are kind to the skin, handmade in small batches with colorful designs that range from whimsical to elegant. All of our soaps unscented and free from sulfates and parabens. They are packaged in natural cellulose bags that are rated home compostable. Our motto is ‘you deserve pretty soap’.

Susan Winholtz

Hand knit felted mittens and fingerless mittens

Laura Wolovitch (Earthings by Laura) – 

unique, artistic, one-of-a-kind jewelry