Winter is the perfect time to explore the natural stone shelters where native Arkansans once lived
For the 2006 Riverfest, the visual artists and craft makers will be located in the central area along the Little Rock riverfront. Here is a list of exhibitors, by medium:
Photography: Butch Phillips.
Glass: Bill Roses, The Sandtrap.
Jewelry: Scott Isslieb; Jann Greenland, Indigo Workshop; Sally Heald, JesSal Creations; Robert and Mary Gentry, Jewelry by Gentry; Ryan Frear-Rathje; Leslie Schnitman, Silver Quail; Jeff Zoellner, Stone Temple Jewelry; Brian Greer, The Fun Company; Linda Landrum, Whippoorwill Nest; Jean McKay, Wind Spirit Designs; Jack Lewis.
Pottery: Erin Laverty; Lee Jackson, Buck Run Pottery; Janet Donnangelo, Main Street Gallery; Ty Brunson, River Valley Pottery; Amelia Stamps, Stamps Pottery.
Wood: John Wright, A Wright Creation; Pete Rausch, Little Rock Wood Works; Leon Hoffman, Winter Creek Woodworks.
Metal: Lisa Regan, Garden Deva.
Textiles: Cyndi Skinner, Locust Mountain Tie Dye.
Other: Mary Browning, Canyon Lake Soap Co.; Mel Broder, Broder Candle Co.; Sandy Lindig; Jan Meng, Hungry Holler; Ron Locke, LockStars Soy Candles; Conversation Pieces (recycled telephone wire).
Caricature artists (located throughout the festival area): Tom Gusewell (central area), Jim Tindall (east end), Art Nations (west end), Dorinda Hoke (NLR).
Miscellaneous: Lucy Iburg, sweaters and handbags; Calexas Beef Jerky; Diggy Dawg, homemade doggie treats; Sand Art (located on both sides); Heifer Dog Tattoos (located on both sides).