July 29 and 30 at the Lithia Artisans Market

Amanda Higgins is a brand new potter at the Lithia Artisans Market of Ashland (LAMA). So much color, texture and imagination. Happy to have you on board.

37 artists and crafty folk are signed up to show their wares this weekend at the outdoor market along the creek in downtown Ashland.

Open Saturday from 10-6 and Sunday from 11-5.

This weekend you will discover all sorts of handcrafted jewelry… forged metal framing Oregon agates and jaspers by Dan Clark, lamp-worked glass sculptures you can wear by Leah Fairbanks, dichroic glass by Diane Berry, perfectly executed wire work by Karina Mendoza-Wittke and much more. Pottery is well represented with Bill Francis, Lisa Eldredge, and Amanda Higgins all showing their mugs and such. You will also discover woodwork, fine art, felted scarves, painted silk, clothing, kinetic sculpture, photography, tie-die t-shirts and much more. Everything you see at the market is made by the folks showing.

Featured in the image above is a brand new member of our market, Amanda Higgins. Amanda creates beautiful, colorful images out of clay. Her imagination shines bright as she sculpturally conjures the female embodiment in many form. The goddess shines throughout much of Amanda’s work. Bringing forth art from clay. Her mugs and small bowls feature sgraffito work, they are wonderful! Your artisan family welcomes you to your new art space along the creek. Glad to have you on board.

Son Ravello plays for us live at the Lithia Artisans Market of Ashland (LAMA) .

Music Schedule

Saturday, July 29

11:30-1:30     Son Ravello

Sunday, July 30

11:30-1:30     “The Maybe Sometimes” featuring Bekkah McAlvage and Sage Meadows


About LithiaArtisansMarket

We are a collective of artists, artisans, and musicians who gather along Ashland Creek during the sunny months of the year to sell our wares, dance to the sounds, and share in the abundance of life. Saturdays from 10:00am - 6:00pm and Sundays from 11:00am - 5:00pm, April 14th through November 15th. Two sets of live, original music each day. 40 local and regional artisans selling their unique creations.
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