Find the Unique! Shop Small and Support Independent Artists THIS Weekend!

LAST CHANCE THIS SPRING!
SHOP SUGARLOAF CRAFT FESTIVALS!
MD State Fairgrounds
April 28 - 30, 2017

Experience one of the largest craft shows on the east coast! This weekend, Sugarloaf Crafts Festival comes to town with 250+ talented independent artisans. Join us April 28-30 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium-Lutherville, MD! 

Sugarloaf is carefully curated and proud to present more than 250 of the nation's most talented artists to guarantee you some of the finest and most unique handmade items. Shop textiles and clothing, sculptures, paintings, glassworks, pottery and more. You'll find great pieces that celebrate form, function or both.

Enjoy live art demonstrations, yummy treats and kids' entertainment, too! Be part of our special community.

3 days only, open Friday & Saturday 10a.m. to 6p.m. and Sunday 10a.m. to 5p.m. Buy tickets for $7 now or $10 at the door; kids 12 & under free. Free parking.

FEATURED ARTIST COMING TO TIMONIUM - Robert Dewitt

Did you know you could get such beautiful form and function hand-carved out of sustainable hardwoods? Don't miss Robert Dewitt's wood demonstrations at the Timonium Sugarloaf Crafts Festival. Learn more about how he makes his signature wooden spoons and bowls! It's a rare opportunity to see his process up close.

 

FEATURED ARTWORK - High Back Glider by Walter Harper

Sturdy craftsmanship and design drive the minimalist look of Sittin' Easy furniture by Walter Harper. The high back glider is no exception -- a combination of form and function.

Water resistant and durable, each piece is cut from sustainably harvested white oak hardwood, and designed for use both indoors and outdoors. 

PAST TIMONIUM FEATURE -   Mark Mowen Leather

Sugarloaf Crafts Festivals is proud to work with artists like Mark Mowen of Mowen Leather Designs, featuring leather handbags, clutches and more.
Mark's use of high quality top grain cowhide ensures a lasting product. His drum-dying technique distributes colored dyes without a finish and leaves the leather supple & soft.  

COMING TO TIMONIUM - Billy Healy

Crystal Celtic roots run deep for Billy Healy of Healy Glass Artistry. An official Master of Crystal Craft, Billy followed his father's footsteps to create to create gorgeous glass carvings, etchings and more.

A native Irishman, Billy's work draws inspiration from the rich history and beauty of the Celtic Isles.

COMING TO TIMONIUM - Janet Mandel

Don't miss quirky animal sketches, photographs and prints from Kennedy, NY artist Janet Mandel. Her animal prints draw inspiration from her source photos taken in the wild, the zoo or her own back yard.

You'll certainly want to check out her Animal Mandala paintings and custom-made pet portraits.

COMING TO TIMONIUM - Dana Smallwood

While you're at the Timonium festival, drop in on Dana Smallwood and admire his one-of-a-kind Smallwood Clay ceramics, sculptures and other collectibles. The Lothian, MD pottery is well known for its attention to detail and intricately carved miniature animals. Check out his porcelain vases and other twice-fired home goods.  

COMING TO TIMONIUM - Chocolate Moonshine

Taste that sweet lightning! At the Timonium festival, treat yourself to the decadent charm of Edward Heller's Chocolate Moonshine. Quality, luxurious ingredients pack an indulgent punch to your palate.

Each chocolate bar is made with French and Belgian chocolate, organic cane sugar, fresh cream and liquor when noted.