Artist: Erik Blom
Products: Turned & carved bowls/vessels, small furniture pieces, metal work
Email: erikrblom@hotmail.com
Phone: 734-474-1176







Artist: Mike Burdick
Products: Chalkboards, earring holders, and pictures frames made from repurposed cabinet doors.
Email: mygraphix3r@gmail.com



I’m a professional graphic designer (semi-retired) and I do this as a hobby.



Artist: Stephen Cain
Sandy Mush Artworks
Products: I design a wide variety of crafts, including functional and decorative art mostly out of cherry wood. Some of it has a children’s theme. I also make lazy susan’s, cutting boards, and serving trays. I make kaleidoscopes out of brass and stainless steel, and also make metal bracelets/cuffs. I aim for creations that are useful, fun, and modestly priced.
Email: cains1001@bellsouth.net
Website: www.sandymushartworks.com

I’m a retired journalist and I make what pleases me.

Artist: Julie Hill
Business: Hole in the Wall Woodworking
Products: I use a scroll saw to make intricate designs out of domestic hardwood. I make ornaments as well as functional art.
Email: jwadding81@gmail.com  
Phone:  517-740-4957

I started working in wood because of my father and it turned into a hobby.

Artist: LLoyd Holdwick
Business: Holdwick Home Improvement
Products: Wooden bowls and chopping boards created from Maple, Ambrosia Maple, Black Cherry, and Hemlock.
Email: hhi123@comcast.net



Artist: David Hunscher
Business: PapaKDesign
Products: Wood
Email: davidhunschersr@gmail.com
Website: http://www.papakdesign.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/papakdesign/

What started as a love for wood-working — a desire to give nice things to family — turned into Papa K Design. Once retired (and after recovering from cancer), I started using my woodworking skills for fun. I love going to wood shops and mills to buy their left-over exotic and domestic woods to then find a new life for them. I blend and mix the wood pieces together to create original, simplified, and sturdy handmade products. The hope is that others will enjoy and love how these treasures revitalize their home environment.

Artist: Jerry Neikirk
Business: Jerry’s Nature Design
Products: Lathe-turned items
Email: JerrysNatureDesign@yahoo.com
Website: JerrysNatureDesign.com

My interest in wood-turning began in 2011 after retiring from the IT field. A friend showed me how to turn a pen, and that was all I needed to start my new adventure. Since initiating Jerry’s Nature Design with a few items, I now have over 50 items in my inventory. As of April 2017, I had created 9,395 hand-turned items. Many of my customers come back time and again to purchase items for themselves or  as gifts for others. Going to work is a pleasure because I look forward to seeing the beauty of the wood come out of each piece I start with.

Artist: Quentin Peters
Business: The Wizard Box
Art: Pyrography (wood burning)
Email: eagle101c@aol.com
Phone: 810-845-6686

I make detailed wood burned images out of birch, white birch, and basswood.  I create special, custom work that is fine art and/or functional.

Artist: Thien Pham
Prairie Home & Garden
Products: Custom made wooden home and garden furniture, cedar hope chests, entryway benches, planters, birdhouses, bird feeders, and mailboxes. I primarily use Michigan oak and cherry wood.”
Email: tpham1807@yahoo.com
Phone: 734-546-1907

I enjoy woodworking and have been doing it for more than 10 years. I would like to thank my customers for their support.  I couldn’t do it without them. I want to do this for the rest of my life and there is nothing better than doing what you love. I wish for everyone to do something that they love, like I do.

Artists: Peter Smith and Bob Miller
Business: Pleasant Lake Hardwoods
Products: We use local, native hardwood, self-harvested from our own woodlot to create a variety of products, ranging from rustic “Leopold” garden benches to cutting boards to cutting boards and children’s wooden puzzles. We use “live edge” boards in a good portion of our work, which often inspires its use.
Website: pleasantlakehardwoods.com

Both of us have been lifelong, wood-working “hobbyists.” Once retired, we chose to turn our work in the woods into more serious woodworking. We are both retired educators.

Artist: Mary Lou Stropoli
Business: ThatArtGirl
Art: Hand-painted designs on wood and paint-your-own wooden panels.
Email: thatartgirl@stropoli.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Thatartgirl/
Website: https://thatartgirl.com

I’ve been working on my art for about three years and find that it fulfills my life’s purpose in many ways. I enjoy the shared experience with customers who connect with my art at the market. Custom orders are welcome.

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