Attleboro ARTS FAIR!


Introducing the Attleboro Arts Museum’s first virtual Attleboro ARTS FAIR!  This online-only event is designed support artisans, makers and out-of-the-box thinkers. Our ARTS FAIR launched with the goal of bolstering the Museum’s creative community members and kicked-off during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Participants include Museum members, non-members and friends from MA, RI and beyond.

There are many gift occasions coming up in June – please consider shopping with these talented folks.  Their original, handmade items are distinct – and made with great heart.  

Unless otherwise indicated, 100% of all sales go to the artists.



Anam Cara of RI        

Aromatherapy for body, mind and spirit.


Andre Pace

Original artworks created in French oils, American pastels, watercolors, crayons & acrylics.


Bea Soapy

Handmade goat milk soap, specialty soaps, shea & cocoa butter hand and boy lotion, lip balm, emulsified sugar scrubs and bath bombs.


Cait Marchetti Jewelry

Nature designs, featuring “stories” of growth illustrated on both sides of greeting cards, ornaments and jewelry. Original designs are created by enameling – painting with glass particles and a toothpick, which are fused in a kiln. Custom designs are a favorite!


Carol Wontkowski

Photographer. Bringing the best out of the common.  


Creations by Maris

Fine art prints from a series of pen-and-ink drawings of objects found in nature. Subjects include maple seed helicopters, pine cones, and seeds. Also, handmade woven and tie-dyed items.


Cristina Hajosy/Hajosy Arts *

Handmade books, marbling, prints & photos.


debbie did it  

Original art created with alcohol ink and imagination. Hand-painted furniture designs.


Debra Maher Creative          

Nature inspired note cards and prints. 


Gravestone Girls

Decorative artwork using the beautiful and primitive images carved on olde New England gravestones.


Holly Wach Art*        

Holly Wach is an artist working and living in RI. Birds have become her most recent muse. Through watching and painting them, she is learning and discovering so much about these magical creatures. Watercolors have been the perfect medium to represent their free spirits and most amazing colors and forms. Shop her collection of regional bird paintings and prints.


Jam Sweet     

A variety of jams and jelly made the old-fashioned way using fresh ingredients and no additives or preservatives. Many items are sugar free, a healthy & tasty choice for diabetics.


Jennifer L. Turner Art

Original acrylic paintings, prints, cards and magnets; as well as handmade polymer clay dollhouse miniature food and painted wooden dollhouse furniture. 


John Hunter Housley

Original landscape, floral & letter paintings and posters.


Lindsey Epstein Pottery        

Unique ceramic mugs, bowls, crystalline vases and more!


Lissa Banks*  

Fine art paintings, drawings and prints.


Moon Realm Studio  

Art prints, stationery, stickers and illustrated items created by Amanda Sharples.


Museum of Leo’s Art (MOLA)           

Original paintings by Leo. All proceeds from sales help support autism families.


New Bedford Soap Company           

(formerly Handmade Soap, Salves & Balms)

Handmade soaps, creams, skin care and more!


Peace Bee and Rainbow Song Henna           

$5 Hand-mixed henna cones


Scented Pleasures by Lina    

100% natural soy wax candles and handmade bath & body products


Seekonk Woodworking*      

Hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind wood objects


The Creative Sewing Studio  

The Creative Sewing Studio in North Attleboro, MA offers one-of-a-kind hand-stitched items. From clutches to totes, bags to decorative pillows, and now stylish fabric face masks, their summer inspired items will brighten your day and make great gifts!


* This artist/crafter is donating a portion of each sale made during this virtual event to the Attleboro Arts Museum.

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