Virtual Harvest Art Fair

For the first time, FestivALL will transition the annual Harvest Art fair into a virtual Art Fair experience. This juried fair is dedicated to handmade items created by local and regional artists and will be open for the full 8 days of FestivFALL.

This virtual platform provides the opportunity to shop small, support West Virginia’s economy, and learn about the techniques that go into making some of your favorite products.

Also, join us on Saturday, October 17th for the premiere of the Virtual Art Fair Experience featuring behind the scenes looks at artists, performances by local musicians and street performers, and guest appearances from all sorts of FestivALL favorites. The Virtual FestivALL Experience will premiere on YouTube 


Carter Taylor Seaton

Huntington, West Virginia
Price Range: $15+

Carter Taylor Seaton is the author of Hippie Homesteaders: Arts, Crafts, Music, and Living on the Land in West Virginia, two novels, and numerous magazine articles. A ceramic sculptor, she previously directed a rural craft cooperative and was a marketing professional for thirty years. She is the recipient of the 2014 West Virginia Library Association’s Literary Merit Award, 2015 Marshall University Distinguished Alumni Award, and the 2016 Governor’s Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Arts.


Good Horse Scents

Milton, West Virginia
Price Range: $3-$20

Artisan Connie Sue Boggess started making soap for her family at their farm in Milton in 2011. She uses the perfect combination of fats, herbal preparations – infusions, teas, powders and resins to make handcrafted naturally nourishing soaps, body butters, scrubs, lip balm, bath bombs and other beauty products that are free of artificial fragrances.

Wild Mountain Soap Company

Fayetteville, West Virginia
Price Range: $8-$30

Wild Mountain Soap Company was born in the hills of West Virginia where life’s pace is a little slower. People take care of each other and traditions are valued. The Peelish family invites you to see first-hand the benefits of hand-crafted soap – the way it should be made – with all natural ingredients from the hands of artisans who cherish the heritage of mountain living.


HepCatz Designs

Charleston, WV
Price Range: $2-$40

A design firm in Charleston, WV established in 2014 by chief artist and can opener, Brenda Pinnell.

From Mr. Fluffy Butt, company spokes cat: “HepCatz Designs’ can openers creates funny, irreverent cats and puts them on prints, cards, t-shirts, ornaments and other tchotchkes, such as Dr. Fluffy Butt’s Catnip-Marinated Mousies.”

Brenda also likes to draw, design and write things that aren’t furry, including graphic design and promotional work for a variety of clients.


WV Watercolor Wildlife

West Virginia
Price Range: $2.50-$10

Kylie Joins is a biologist and a new birder, so her interest in and love for the natural world drives her art. Kylie’s typical media is pen and watercolor, and her work depicts wildlife, usually birds and fish, with a focus on native West Virginian species. 
“As a birder, I try to document my sightings with drawings of the species- there are few better ways to learn how to identify a bird than to spend time drawing and painting it!”

Charly Jupiter Hamilton

Charleston, West Virginia
Price Range: $50 – $3800

Charles Jupiter Hamilton creates captivating acrylic canvases, hand-built sculptures, carved and painted wood wall reliefs and self pulled block prints that combine the vitality of contemporary art with a rich and resonant figurative imagery. Highly expressive and known for a satirical visual humor; his conflicting colors, elaborate patterns and painterly casualness, come together in a kind of “new world primitivism.” 

Charly’s popular visions of an art life are laced with his gonzo enthusiasm, child like mischief, and an eye full of wild weather.


Chrizart Creations

Buckhannon, WV
Price Range: $12-$1000

Christine Keller creates unique, handcrafted jewelry using silver,  copper, brass, enamel and aluminum. “Made in the Appalachian Mountains in the time honored way.”

She strives to create one-of-a-kind pieces of unique design and color, appealing to people of all ages, with an inclination toward whimsical, fun, and edgier pieces that make a bold statement.
Her line of jewelry includes earrings, rings, and bracelets. Pieces may also include semi-precious stones, crystals, Czech glass, beads, repurposed materials, and other accouterments either wrapped or hand wrought of silver, brass, copper, etc.


Anna's China Jewelry

West Virginia
Price Range: $18-$500

Anna creates jewelry from broken china, as well as custom work from family china.  Her work is made up of mixed metal, gemstones, and found object jewelry, and she also creates 3 dimensional gallery art pieces

Open studio by appointment
[email protected]
Phone: 304-415-5851

Teresa Gail Designs

Charleston, West Virginia
Price Range: 

Artist Teresa Young–  “I begin by working with materials rather than sketching a preconceived idea.  I create each piece through a combination of forging and hand-fabricating. I manipulate different materials using precise technique to craft bracelets, earrings, rings, and pendants”

Shibui Wire & Gem Works

Charleston, WV
Price Range: $8-$200

Damienne Dibble makes variety of unique jewelry,  hanging ornaments, wire bonsai landscapes, and digital art prints at her home studio. With over 50 years of experience in graphic design, studio pottery, mixed media sculpture, and artisan jewelry, she offers a wide range of products that can be worn or hung in your home. 

“The name Shibui describes a Japanese aesthetic I strive for. It is like the art equivalent of umami.”


Charleston, West Virginia
Price Range: $15-$50

Softscapes is a Charleston, West Virginia-based brand of handmade clay jewelry and homewares. All pieces are designed, cut, and assembled by Cynthia McComas (and occasional collaborations with close friends!)


Life's Forge

Charleston, West Virginia
Price Range: $10-$10,000

Bennett Life is a self taught blacksmith. He forges items like kitchen knives, fireplace tools, furniture, hunting knives, decorative items, hardware, signs and much more. Each item is forged on an anvil, and heated in a coal or gas forge. 

“When I was 14 years old I was reading one of the books in the Foxfire series and came across a chapter that described how blacksmithing was first introduced into Appalachia back in the 1800s. I was intrigued by the important role the blacksmith played in the lives and culture of the Appalachian people back then. Not only did they do all the metal work, but at times had to fill different roles such as dentist and veterinarian.”

Mixed Media/Miscellaneous


Charleston, West Virginia
Price Range: $10-$50

“Born and raised in WV, I have always had a love for nature and it’s beauty. From a young age I discovered art, but didn’t always have supplies. I learned to be resourceful and used things around me to create – often times using nature as inspiration, or even a medium. lace&sediment – made by man and earth to cultivate lovely reminders of the beauty around us.”– Artist Jackie Poole

Ree Creation Boutique

Charleston, West Virginia
Price Range: $10-$300

Ree Creation Boutique is a mobile sustainable collective that designs artisan fashion and home décor accessories, and is owned by Sharee Fleming. Her mission is to protect the environment by manufacturing goods that are earth friendly and provide forgotten materials a new up-cycled life. 



Randall Sanger Photography

West Virginia
Price Range: $30-$250

Randall Sanger is a landscape photographer, workshop instructor and author with a focus on showcasing the natural beauty of West Virginia.
“For over twenty years I have dedicated myself to photographing the natural wonders of West Virginia. I have long been fascinated and captivated by waterfalls, and I’m most passionate about locating and photographing the numerous waterfalls that are within the realm of the New River Gorge and the Potomac Highlands.”

Reflection in a Pool

South Charleston, West Virginia
Price Range: $4-$600

Jesse Thornton makes photographic fine art prints of West Virginia landscapes and scenery that emphasizes the moody and surreal, with a particular focus on night photography. 

“I offer multiple display options such as elegant ready-to-hang pieces printed on vibrant aluminum metal and classic gallery wrapped canvas. I offer other West Virginia themed printed products that make great gifts for the WV lover as well; including smaller sized prints on luster photographic paper, stickers, magnets and 2021 calendars based on West Virginia night skies.”


Regina G. Swim

Charleston, West Virginia
Price Range: $10-$400

 Regina Swim creates functional and decorative art pottery which includes hand built and wheel thrown pieces.

Finished works sometimes include driftwood, wire, beads, or lamp fixtures. Her Firing techniques include cone 6 oxidation, raku and obvara. 

Wingard Pottery

Fayettville, West Virginia
Price Range: $10-$75

Julie Wingard makes handmade  functional stoneware pottery with various decorating techniques such as sgraffito, and screen-printing and decal work.


Tweeddale Dream Realm

West Virginia
Price Range: $7-$3000

“I make furniture and art using wood as the primary medium.  My work is whimsical and colorful with most pieces being an interpretation of the natural world.”– Artist Nathan Tweeddale

Nathan has switched gears during the pandemic, but is still taking custom orders. Please contact him through the Facebook link below for any inquiries.

Cartwright's Creations

West Virginia
Price Range: $7-$3000

“I have collected historic and/or sentimental woods from around our state and currently have over 400 different sources of wood representing 50 of the 55 WV counties.  Examples might be from buildings at WVU and other colleges and universities, covered bridges around the state, old school buildings, or trees of significance. 

Most of my creations are pens but I also make letter openers, seam rippers, bottle openers, wine stoppers and other turned items using these woods.  I also enjoy using wood that would be important to the customer such as a piece of Grandpa’s barn.”

Black Locust Woodshop

Charleston, West Virginia
Price Range: $2-$1000

Black Locust Woodshop is a custom woodworking shop in downtown Charleston, WV, featuring the work of Casi Pourfarhadi and Daniel Riffle. They make custom furniture, wood gifts, WV themed items, kitchen and practically anything from wood (and sometimes metal)!

Their brick & mortar shop also features local artists.

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