14th Annual Elf Market
at University Place, Chapel Hill | Saturday, December 12th – 10am-5pm & Sunday, December 13th – 12-5pm
Elf Market 2020 is happening in a new, socially distanced format! The Elf Market is The ArtsCenter’s annual holiday craft market which raises funds for The ArtsCenter’s Youth Education Scholarships! Vendors from Carrboro, Chapel Hill, and the Triangle area gather to sell handmade goods such as clothing, body products, food items, fine art, children’s toys, ceramic pieces, and jewelry. Elf Market is the place to shop local for your holiday gifts! This event is family-friendly and free to attend.
Using imagery of nature and animals, Lauren deSerres creates stories addressing societal and environmental issues. Her paintings explore how these issues intersect with the human narrative using bright, saturated colors made with layers of acrylic paint, pastel, collage, and ink.
Jennifer Adams has a passion for greeting cards and has been creating her own designs in addition to making art since 2008. Inspiriation from her memories, books, songs, nostalgia and pop culture, are woven into her work in the form of custom paper and printed media.
Makeshift Durham’s visionary artist Haley Garvis creates exquisite crafted woodburning and custom jewelery made with repurposed beads.
George Kelly is a master woodworker. Putting a unique twist into the culinarty world, George cleverly turns the small irregular wooden pieces from his other wood projects into spoons and spreaders of all shapes and sizes.
Palm & Pine Candles are a soy-based candle company that offers its customers the scents of husband and wife Dalton & Katrina Covington’s memories from their upbringing on the west and east coasts. From limited editions that capture the scents of the holiday season, to custom orders for special occasions, Palm & Pine is your location for the most aromatic scented candles.
Hailing from Slovakia Tess Aksamitove learned her craft from her grandparents and has developed an amazing collection of wire art pieces inspired by her culture! Black annealed wire as a functional tool came about in the late 17th century in the old country of Slovakia, where Tess was born.
We believe that health starts with what you decide to put in your body. We want to facilitate that by providing fresh and healthy options for you and your family. Here at The Microgreenery everything is grown for you. We work one on one with our customers with open lines of communication to make sure you get everything your plant heart desires.
All of MAWoodworking woodturned products are made on a lathe. Using exotic and laminated woods, we create one of a kind pens, pencils, and small gifts. Each turned product is unique, using various woods and shapes.
CJ Monet artwork infuses different media, including pencil, painting, word art, digital art and music to create visually appealing and thought provoking pieces. Carly Judd, the artist behind the company, enjoys learning new forms of art and exploring how to mesh different disciplines in art as a way to make sense of the world.
Crafted from sweetgum, oak and cherry, Eric Hanan creates unique one of a kind custom wood creations.
Catherine Kramer of Treehouse Gardens in northern Orange County offers beautiful items for the home and hearth. She dries her home-grown gourds, then crafts them into functional and decorative objects. She embellishes baskets, urns, and birdhouses using a variety of techniques and media including leather dyes, pigment ink, acyrlic paint, pine straw, sea grass, handmade paper, and fabric.
Cynthia Aldrich has been working with clay for 45 yeas. Her first and primary love is the creation of pottery for everyday use and she creates adornments for the table and home with new and exciting forms and glazing techniques.
Cely’s love of nature and the created world is joined with an interest in using the imagination to create fun, new worlds. For more than 40 years, she has made and sold pottery creations based on her love of castles, and fantasy creations.