Join us! On Saturday, December 4th and Sunday, December 5th, 12pm-5pm for our 8th Annual Holiday Artisan Faire featuring handcrafted jewelry, wearable fiber, ceramics, turned wood, glass and gourmet treats from 15 artisans. Make a purchase and win a raffle prize from drawings held throughout the weekend.
Holiday gifts galore, all handcrafted… no supply chain shortages here! Discover jewelry in sterling silver, gold, mixed metals, crystal and precious & semi-precious gemstones from jewelry designers Joanna Craft, Michelene Berkey, Krista Bermeo,Elizabeth Nadler, Monique Berman Selwitz, and Janet Seward. Delight in wearable fiber such as scarves, shawls, purses, hats, household soft goods and more from Deanna Deeds, Mary Hammond and Beth Marx. Enjoy contemporary ceramics with a twist from Lisa Mertins. Adore unique hand-turned wood bowls from Jonathan Weaver and glass creations from Karen Varela.
In the tent, we are happy to welcome back Nuvo Olive Oil for a tasty selection of olive oils & balsamic vinegars and Harris Family Apiaries best ever local honey. Introducing, the delicious baked treats of Collery Cookie Company. All enticing for your holiday table and hostess gifts.
On Saturday, December 5th and Sunday, December 6th, 12pm-5pm Chemers Gallery in Tustin’s Enderle Center will present their 7th Annual Holiday Artisan Faire featuring handcrafted jewelry, wearable fiber, ceramics, turned wood, glass and gourmet treats from 13 artisans. Make a purchase and win a raffle prize from drawings held throughout the weekend.
Entry to the gallery will be traffic controlled each day to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among patrons, staff, and artisans. Social distancing enforced and masks are mandatory for entry.
Artisans will have a vast array of one-of-a-kind items to peruse and purchase. Discover jewelry in sterling silver, gold, resin, mixed metals, crystal and precious & semi-precious gemstones from jewelry designers Joanna Craft, Michelene Berkey, Krista Bermeo,Elizabeth Nadler, Monique Berman Selwitz, Janet Seward, and Suzanne Currie. Delight in wearable fiber scarves, shawls, household soft goods and more from Deanna Deeds and Beth Marx. Enjoy contemporary ceramics with a twist from Lisa Mertins. Adore unique hand turned wood bowls from Jonathan Weaver and glass creations from artisan Karen Varela.
We are happy to welcome back Luisa Chocolatiere with her wonderful handcrafted chocolates. Check out our gourmet corner for a tasty selection of olive oils, balsamic vinegars from Nuvo Olive Oil, artisan roast coffee from Stache Coffee and local honey produced by Harris Family Apiaries.
Since 1978, Chemers Gallery has been providing fine art and quality custom framing in Orange County. The gallery hosts several shows each year and continually exhibits the work of exceptional artists, both local and international.
Watch this space for development details, new artisans, sneak peaks, and artist spotlights!
Meet the 24 talented artisans joining our 2-day Holiday Artisan Faire.
Mark your calendars now so you don’t miss our 6th annual event on December 7th & 8th! It will be here before you know it!
Enjoy the warm glow and velvety touch of turned wood from Tom Borusky! Meticulously rounded keepsake boxes are made from domestic and exotic hardwoods then accented with resin, minerals and metal. If that’s not enough, Tom also crafts pens, ice cream scoops, corkscrews and more.
Sterling silver and gemstones mesmerize in Monique Berman Selwitz’s organic free-form jewelry designs. One-of-a-kind cuffs, pendants, earrings and rings materialize from abstract nature. Monique’s alluring signature gemstones give body to her forms.
Sparkle up your hair & holidays with HAIR TINSEL! Megan Jones will take your hair to another level with an array of glistening colors! Placed with the utmost care, you’ll shimmer the whole holiday season and beyond. We know she will be here for sure all day on the 8th… still waiting to hear about potential afternoon on the 7th.
Santa’s workshop always has new surprises in store for you. For the first time . . . Joey USA! Cozy up with your electronics by adding this handy dandy helpful accessory! To see more, you’ll just have to stop by!
Travel across the globe withJanet Seward’s eclectic jewelry! This intrepid world traveler collects trade beads, medallions, amulets, ancient coins and charms on her exotic forays. She crafts stunning one-of-a-kind assemblages fit for the globetrotters (or wanna be) on your list.
Colorful, playful, and charismatic… that is Kirsten Denbow & her metal-crafted jewelry. Clever creations include blooming florals, abstracts, Dia de los Muertos and object-based designs. Find merriment in copper, enamel, silver, and gemstones.
What’s that buzzing? It must be the bees at Harris Family Apiaries working up a frenzy to bring you the best local honey. Exquisite flavors from sage blossoms, fruit trees and wildflowers impart their essence for distinctive sweetness in every bite. Boost your immune system with a jar of bee pollen. Oh, won’t you be a honey and buy a jar for yourself and your friends?
Put some oomph in your ensemble with Mary Hammond‘s colorful and versatile fiber-licious scarves and shawls! Fanciful florals, geometric garlands and fun surprises abound in her amazing creations. With fabric, yarn, ribbon and thread, Mary’s got all the trimmings. Hint Hint… use her textiles as a runner to dress up your table or buffet!
Carve some room in your heart for the skillfully made bandsaw wood boxes by Lisa Dallendorfer. These sleek layers come from a multitude of woods including walnut, oak, rosewood, douglas fir, cherry, sapelle, maple, and adler. All turned into handsome, curvy organic forms, keepsakes never felt so cherished.
Decadent chocolate makes every occasion filled with richness! Luisa of Luisa Chocolatiere has all of your favorite confections. Truffles, dipped almond, dark, milk, white; sugar-free, vegan & kosher too, Christmas & Hanukkah collections are always top of the list for gift giving treats.
Marvel at Elizabeth “Betty” Nadler‘s romantic bohemian jewelry. Travel through time with her mystical use of crystals to spark your inner spirit. Betty is a consistent best seller at our Faire with affordable and oh-so wearable baubles.
Mixes of vintage buttons, buckles, Bakelite and resin combine in Merry Daniel Wennerberg’s creative hands to form eye-catching adornments! Her vivid colors are bold and add a splash of seasonal sensation. For the more demure, Merry’s understated metallic designs complete a look. Can’t choose just one? The more the “merrier!”
No Faire would be complete without a little lovin’ for your skin! Our new vendor Raya & creator of Petals for Jean, blends luscious skin, hair, and body care from hand-picked and fair-trade seasonal ingredients. Using only the best organic ingredients with nourishing vitamins and oils, Raya packs loving kindness into every product and wraps it in recycled/sustainable packaging, all at affordable prices!
Nature provides with gold, silver, and gemstones! The beauty of it all is captured by Michelene Berkey with motifs of bees, dragonflies, leaves, and twigs all branched in organic harmony. She’s going out on a limb to join us from Colorado!
You’ll be shattered if you miss out on Krista Bermeo’s glowing smooth glass-work. Jewelry has never been so vibrant with light. Each piece is hand-torched to beaming perfection. Spread some holiday cheer with kaleidoscopic lamp-work glass.
You gotta love Stache Coffee Company a whole “latte”! Artisan roasted, sustainably sourced, and veteran-owned Stache beans come direct from their Oceanside roastery to your table. Satisfy your thirst with this rich, aromatic caffeinated (or decaf) pick-me-up. Now that’s faire-trade!
Snug as a bug inBeth Marx delightfully soft nuno felted scarves, ponchos, and other one-of-a-kind garments. Convertible & reversible means no limits to your wild style.
All the way from Colorado,Jennie Milnerbrings unmatched creativity to her quirky mixed media sculpture and funky jewelry. Rows of tiny wooden houses for your soul and distinctive adornments come together for an overall ahhhh!
All natural, award winning and family owned are words that only begin to describeNuvo Olive Oil. Their exquisite olive oils and balsamic vinegars complement all of your gustatory pleasures. “Olive” them and you will too.
Lisa Mertins‘ ceramics are delightfully charming with organic and whimsical designs. Cups, masks, bowls, and birdhouses are some of her curious creations. Rebar is the foundation for her more series sculptural work.
Colors galore in glossy brilliance mark Suzanne Currie’s jewelry, key-chains, and home goods. Playful with a splash of flash, her contemporary mixed media style makes for gleaming gifts.
You can’t call our bluff because no holiday table is complete without artisan farmstead goat cheese. Straight from the happiest goats, Drake Family Farms Goat Dairy California is back with their “udderly” delicious chevre & raw goat milk cheese. Handmade in small batches, they guarantee their product is top quality and packed with love.
Metal Magic byJoanna Craft! That’s how she works her traditional metalsmithing with a slight Asian flare. Her organic mix of enthralling mixed metal, enamel and raw gemstone jewelry beckon to be worn.
Cozy up this holiday with the woven warmth ofDeanna Deeds textiles. Her fiber fantastic creations are heavenly to touch, and even better to wear! If you’re lucky she’ll bring her loom so you can watch her in action!
Oh baby… Raw Baby that is! Chef Arlena Connor will delight your taste buds with organic, vegan, and gluten-free confections. She has vastly increased her selection to include Chocolate Chai Pie, Vanilla Cranberry with an Orange Zest Cake, sumptuous cookies & more. Oh my tummy is rumbling already! Slices and full cakes available to purchase and order.
“The heART of Orange County All Media 2019” Juried Exhibit drew a crowd
With our whole heART, we thank you! From the zillions of guests attending, our 64 talented artists, TACFA’s outstanding volunteers, the support of Enderle Center, to our thoughtful judge, Barbara Thompson….we couldn’t ask for more!
The 99 piece exhibit is an interesting mix of style, subject, & medium representing many of the best artists in Orange County. With careful deliberation, Barbara selected her prize-winners in three categories: Contemporary Craft, Contemporary, and Traditional. Sharyn Cable of Enderle Center, one of our generous sponsors, also contributed “Enderle Choice” awards. Congratulations to all!
BTW, TACFA’s Broadway in the Park production will be “West Side Story”. We are hoping Rita Moreno will reprise her role!
If you couldn’t join us on Saturday here they are, the prize-winning artworks from “The heART of Orange County All Media 2019″.