Art Market at Historic Honey Horn – A Juried Fine Art and Craft Festival

The Art Market is back in person this year! Dozens of accomplished artists from around the country will be on site for this outdoor fine art and craft sale. Stroll through artists’ booths under historic live oaks to find that perfect piece of original art to take home. Fine art and craft in all shapes, sizes, styles, price ranges, and mediums will be available for purchase during this weekend.

Rain or shine, the outdoor show is open to the public on Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. There is a $5.00 per person admission charge. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.

Also featured at this year’s event is the popular Herb Society of Hilton Head sale. Herb plants, French Market Soup Mix, Curry, Jellies, Dill Horseradish mix and many new products will be featured. The sale will be on Saturday only from 10 am until sold out!

Timed ticketing will be offered this year – with limited number of patrons allowed at one time. Face coverings are required for all vendors and patrons. Booths will be arranged to allow for ample space for safe social distancing.

Face Coverings required.
Social Distancing enforced.
Temperature taken at entry.


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Art Market at Historic Honey Horn – A Juried Fine Art and Craft Festival

The Art Market is back in person this year! Dozens of accomplished artists from around the country will be on site for this outdoor fine art and craft sale. Stroll through artists’ booths under historic live oaks to find that perfect piece of original art to take home. Fine art and craft in all shapes, sizes, styles, price ranges, and mediums will be available for purchase during this weekend.

Rain or shine, the outdoor show is open to the public on Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. There is a $5.00 per person admission charge. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.

Also featured at this year’s event is the popular Herb Society of Hilton Head sale. Herb plants, French Market Soup Mix, Curry, Jellies, Dill Horseradish mix and many new products will be featured. The sale will be on Saturday only from 10 am until sold out!

Timed ticketing will be offered this year – with limited number of patrons allowed at one time. Face coverings are required for all vendors and patrons. Booths will be arranged to allow for ample space for safe social distancing.

Face Coverings required.
Social Distancing enforced.
Temperature taken at entry.


Register Now Download Event PDF

WHAT:

In-Person Art Market
is back!

WHEN:

April 24th: 10 AM – 5 PM
April 25th: 11 AM – 4 PM

WHERE:

At Historic Honey Horn

HOW:

$5 per person entrance fee
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WHAT:

In-Person Art Market
is back!

WHEN:

April 24th: 10 AM – 5 PM
April 25th: 11 AM – 4 PM

WHERE:

At Historic Honey Horn

HOW:

$5 per person entrance fee
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BIONDO
JEWELRY

Jim E. Biond - METALSMITH
Lia Biond - BEAD WEAVER


With over 30 years of design and fabrication experience, Jim defines himself as a “dreamer” because he is constantly dreaming up unique jewelry design ideas. Jim’s metal of choice is Pure Silver, the whitest of all precious metals. Each piece is individually hand crafted. He loves to embellish his creations with semiprecious gemstones and some touches of yellow gold. Lia loves to create beaded jewelry. Her favorite designs use the ancient Japanese braiding technique called Kumihimo, which literally means "gathering threads". Six, eight, or more cords are strung with beautiful beads and interlaced creating amazing necklaces.

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BIONDO JEWELRY

Jim E. Biond - METALSMITH
Lia Biond - BEAD WEAVER

With over 30 years of design and fabrication experience, Jim defines himself as a “dreamer” because he is constantly dreaming up unique jewelry design ideas. Jim’s metal of choice is Pure Silver, the whitest of all precious metals. Each piece is individually hand crafted. He loves to embellish his creations with semiprecious gemstones and some touches of yellow gold. Lia loves to create beaded jewelry. Her favorite designs use the ancient Japanese braiding technique called Kumihimo, which literally means "gathering threads". Six, eight, or more cords are strung with beautiful beads and interlaced creating amazing necklaces.

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BARBARA & RICK
UMBEL

FINE SEASHELL JEWELRY

We design one of a kind jewelry made out of sea urchins and shells, inspired by our natural surroundings. We aim to capture the movement of the mythical sea creatures Barbara dreams up, as well as the tropical foliage that thrives in our Florida homestead.We build settings for the shells and stones out of gold sheets and wires, sculpting the silver by forging round sterling wires on an anvil to achieve a fluid sense of motion. Traditional blacksmithing techniques and hand tools are the foundation of our metals practice. Barbara and Rick live in Indian Harbour Beach, FL. She studied art and metal-smithing at Towson State University in Baltimore, MD. The two of them have been a team since 2001, collecting shells, making jewelry, and traveling around the country.

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BARBARA & RICK
UMBEL

FINE SEASHELL JEWELRY

We design one of a kind jewelry made out of sea urchins and shells, inspired by our natural surroundings. We aim to capture the movement of the mythical sea creatures Barbara dreams up, as well as the tropical foliage that thrives in our Florida homestead.We build settings for the shells and stones out of gold sheets and wires, sculpting the silver by forging round sterling wires on an anvil to achieve a fluid sense of motion. Traditional blacksmithing techniques and hand tools are the foundation of our metals practice. Barbara and Rick live in Indian Harbour Beach, FL. She studied art and metal-smithing at Towson State University in Baltimore, MD. The two of them have been a team since 2001, collecting shells, making jewelry, and traveling around the country.

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MURRAY SEASE
FRESH PAINT

ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS

I am a painter, illustrator and designer. Painting is my passion. I’m inspired by the amazing world around me and do my best to capture it on canvas with a colorful, lively style.

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MURRAY SEASE

ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS

I am a painter, illustrator and designer. Painting is my passion. I’m inspired by the amazing world around me and do my best to capture it on canvas with a colorful, lively style.

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STEVE
MARDELL

HIGH TIDE BEADS

I love to work with my hands, from practice to whimsical and everything in-between. Starting very young I spent many creative hours with Lego and Lincoln Logs, sewing by hand, making furniture and instruments with scrap wood and playing in the woods. Art was my focus through school, winning awards and butting heads with my art teachers. I took every art class I could. I moved to Hilton Head in November 1995 and the beauty of this place is what has kept me here all this time. Today my medium of choice is glass to express the views of the local surroundings. I love the mystery and limitless possibilities of the medium.

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STEVE MARDELL

HIGH TIDE BEADS

I love to work with my hands, from practice to whimsical and everything in-between. Starting very young I spent many creative hours with Lego and Lincoln Logs, sewing by hand, making furniture and instruments with scrap wood and playing in the woods. Art was my focus through school, winning awards and butting heads with my art teachers. I took every art class I could. I moved to Hilton Head in November 1995 and the beauty of this place is what has kept me here all this time. Today my medium of choice is glass to express the views of the local surroundings. I love the mystery and limitless possibilities of the medium.

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KAREN
LANGLEY

OIL PAINTING

Karen Langley is an award-winning artist whose work is collected both domestically and internationally. Karen has been painting and drawing since she was a young child. She has made a career in art for the past 25 years. She mainly works in oils and dabbles in some watercolor and acrylics. A captivating abstract is just as likely to be on her easel as a portrait, landscape, still life, wildlife, or seascape scene. Her passion is in painting birds and has painted many herons. She participates in Piccolo Spoleto outdoor art exhibit 16 day show in Charleston SC. Perhaps Karen’s most emotionally infused pieces are her portraits of South Carolina’s Fallen Soldiers. Video featuring some of her portraits can be seen on youtube.com (search terms Karen Langley, “It’s Him”, or Ben Hoover, “It’s like a Gift from God”).

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KAREN LANGLEY

OIL PAINTING

Karen Langley is an award-winning artist whose work is collected both domestically and internationally. Karen has been painting and drawing since she was a young child. She has made a career in art for the past 25 years. She mainly works in oils and dabbles in some watercolor and acrylics. A captivating abstract is just as likely to be on her easel as a portrait, landscape, still life, wildlife, or seascape scene. Her passion is in painting birds and has painted many herons. She participates in Piccolo Spoleto outdoor art exhibit 16 day show in Charleston SC. Perhaps Karen’s most emotionally infused pieces are her portraits of South Carolina’s Fallen Soldiers. Video featuring some of her portraits can be seen on youtube.com (search terms Karen Langley, “It’s Him”, or Ben Hoover, “It’s like a Gift from God”).

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DAVE
SHIPPER

FINE ART PHOTOGRAPY

I enjoy exploring many different photographic genres but have a special interest in fine art landscapes. Photography was a part of family life growing up. My Dad loved photography and a home darkroom was a permanent fixture in our home. I studied professional photography with The New York Institute of Photography. I currently show my work at galleries in Beaufort, SC and Hot Springs, AR, and travel the southeast attending juried fine art shows. My photographs have won numerous awards and hang in private collections throughout the United States and in Europe.

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DAVE SHIPPER

FINE ART PHOTOGRAPY

I enjoy exploring many different photographic genres but have a special interest in fine art landscapes. Photography was a part of family life growing up. My Dad loved photography and a home darkroom was a permanent fixture in our home. I studied professional photography with The New York Institute of Photography. I currently show my work at galleries in Beaufort, SC and Hot Springs, AR, and travel the southeast attending juried fine art shows. My photographs have won numerous awards and hang in private collections throughout the United States and in Europe.

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TEXTILE DESIGN
BY HEATHER COHEN

HAND PAINTED - WEARABLE FIBER

I am a textile designer and artist from Zimbabwe with over four decades of design experience, currently residing in North Carolina. I hand paint natural fabrics with different methods, such as Batik, Shibori and watercolor applications, and then sew them into shawls and women’s tops. All my creations are unique and one of a kind so no two are exactly alike. My designs and color combinations are inspired from my upbringing in Zimbabwe’s surroundings.

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TEXTILE DESIGN
BY HEATHER COHEN

HAND PAINTED - WEARABLE FIBER

I am a textile designer and artist from Zimbabwe with over four decades of design experience, currently residing in North Carolina. I hand paint natural fabrics with different methods, such as Batik, Shibori and watercolor applications, and then sew them into shawls and women’s tops. All my creations are unique and one of a kind so no two are exactly alike. My designs and color combinations are inspired from my upbringing in Zimbabwe’s surroundings.

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MICHELE BLANK
A WORK OF ART GLASS STUDIO

GLASS

Over 45 years of working in glass. All designs are original, one of a kind. Custom work welcome. Tiffany foil technique. Inclusions of artist created fused and blown glass.

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MICHELE BLANK
A WORK OF ART GLASS STUDIO

GLASS

Over 45 years of working in glass. All designs are original, one of a kind. Custom work welcome. Tiffany foil technique. Inclusions of artist created fused and blown glass.

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ERIC
MOORE

STONE, WOOD, & COPPER

I work with a combination of stone, wood and metals to craft and sculpt my pieces. My inspiration derives from anywhere and anything. It may be watching me from a nearby tree or lurking in the kitchen drawer.

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ERIC MOORE

STONE, WOOD, & COPPER

I work with a combination of stone, wood and metals to craft and sculpt my pieces. My inspiration derives from anywhere and anything. It may be watching me from a nearby tree or lurking in the kitchen drawer.

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JACKIE
MALONEY

WATER COLOR & INK

Jackie Maloney is a watercolor artist from Hampton Bays, NY who now calls Sarasota, FL home. Her whimsical & often humorous illustrations are inspired by her love of the beach, fresh food & spending time outside. In the spring of 2015, she completed illustrating a cookbook featuring New England recipes titled, "The Shelter Island 36" by Chef Jason Casey. Jackie can be found exhibiting at many art festivals throughout the East Coast. Jackie also enjoys beach days, puns, and snuggling with her furry studio assistant, Cole the Cat.

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JACKIE MALONEY

WATER COLOR & INK

Jackie Maloney is a watercolor artist from Hampton Bays, NY who now calls Sarasota, FL home. Her whimsical & often humorous illustrations are inspired by her love of the beach, fresh food & spending time outside. In the spring of 2015, she completed illustrating a cookbook featuring New England recipes titled, "The Shelter Island 36" by Chef Jason Casey. Jackie can be found exhibiting at many art festivals throughout the East Coast. Jackie also enjoys beach days, puns, and snuggling with her furry studio assistant, Cole the Cat.

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KODA
GLASS DESIGNS

KILN-FORMED GLASS

My love affair with glass started over 20 years ago as part of a mid-life crisis in an attempt to balance my corporate and personal lives. Working out of my Lady’s Island home based studio in South Carolina, I found the balance I needed and work full-time as a glass artist. I find am drawn to the illusion of texture and movement found in glass and try to incorporate it in my sculptural and functional kiln-fired glass art. With references to fossil forms, my work often suggests a sort of time suspension like that experienced viewing an ancient insect trapped in amber. Because of the transparency of the glass I use, the finished work is always affected by its surroundings and so further and unpredictable influences will come to bear on the final art piece. I can’t imagine doing anything else. How often do we get the chance to do something that we love?

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KODA GLASS DESIGNS

KILN-FORMED GLASS

My love affair with glass started over 20 years ago as part of a mid-life crisis in an attempt to balance my corporate and personal lives. Working out of my Lady’s Island home based studio in South Carolina, I found the balance I needed and work full-time as a glass artist. I find am drawn to the illusion of texture and movement found in glass and try to incorporate it in my sculptural and functional kiln-fired glass art. With references to fossil forms, my work often suggests a sort of time suspension like that experienced viewing an ancient insect trapped in amber. Because of the transparency of the glass I use, the finished work is always affected by its surroundings and so further and unpredictable influences will come to bear on the final art piece. I can’t imagine doing anything else. How often do we get the chance to do something that we love?

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IDEAS
IN METAL

John Donehue - Metal Art

I create handmade pieces that represent the world around me. Since I have lived in Charleston, South Carolina most of my life, you will find all forms of Lowcountry wildlife in my art. It could be something I saw in the water or at the beach - a shrimp, a crab, sometimes even some foreign inspiration hits and a seahorse develops. It may be one of the many birds and, of course, fish I see while out in the river fishing. It could even be a representation of the lizards that like to watch me work in my shop. The inspiration for a sculpture could come from anywhere!

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IDEAS IN METAL

John Donehue - Metal Art

I create handmade pieces that represent the world around me. Since I have lived in Charleston, South Carolina most of my life, you will find all forms of Lowcountry wildlife in my art. It could be something I saw in the water or at the beach - a shrimp, a crab, sometimes even some foreign inspiration hits and a seahorse develops. It may be one of the many birds and, of course, fish I see while out in the river fishing. It could even be a representation of the lizards that like to watch me work in my shop. The inspiration for a sculpture could come from anywhere!

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JAG
COLLECTIONS

JoAnn Graham - STERLING SILVER

I “choreograph in sterling silver”. Inspiration for each piece is a reflection of my previous career as a Dance Educator. I am an artist working in sterling, fine, and argentium silver, gold and steel creating unique, individual wearable art jewelry. All pieces are hand-fabricated, form-folded, forged, and texturized, unique and handcrafted.

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JAG COLLECTIONS

JoAnn Graham - STERLING SILVER

I “choreograph in sterling silver”. Inspiration for each piece is a reflection of my previous career as a Dance Educator. I am an artist working in sterling, fine, and argentium silver, gold and steel creating unique, individual wearable art jewelry. All pieces are hand-fabricated, form-folded, forged, and texturized, unique and handcrafted.

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SHELBY DILLON
STUDIO

ACRYLIC PAINTING

Shelby’s heart beats to the joy of wandering, of dreaming, and adventuring. She loves a long brunch with friends, bubbly on the beach, and impromptu dance parties in the studio. Shelby loves staying up late and laughing until her face hurts from smiling. She believes in sparks, in spontaneous luxury, and enriching life through fresh experiences and designs. SDS grew out of the amazing adventures Shelby had as a newlywed expat living in Southeast Asia and South America. She learned to embrace the unexpected and peek down the road less traveled. Shelby translates the beauty of this crazy world, exotic and familiar, into art, home decor and accessories that can be incorporated into everyday life. She draws on her experience as an artist to capture that sense of wonder and adventure and bring it to others. All of her designs are inspired by these travels and are made to help everyone embrace their individual adventure each and every day.

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SHELBY DILLON STUDIO

ACRYLIC PAINTING

Shelby’s heart beats to the joy of wandering, of dreaming, and adventuring. She loves a long brunch with friends, bubbly on the beach, and impromptu dance parties in the studio. Shelby loves staying up late and laughing until her face hurts from smiling. She believes in sparks, in spontaneous luxury, and enriching life through fresh experiences and designs. SDS grew out of the amazing adventures Shelby had as a newlywed expat living in Southeast Asia and South America. She learned to embrace the unexpected and peek down the road less traveled. Shelby translates the beauty of this crazy world, exotic and familiar, into art, home decor and accessories that can be incorporated into everyday life. She draws on her experience as an artist to capture that sense of wonder and adventure and bring it to others. All of her designs are inspired by these travels and are made to help everyone embrace their individual adventure each and every day.

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