Arts and crafts attractions 

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).



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