Marketplace

We are excited to bring so many handmade from the heart, sustainable and unique vintage items into the 2019 Spirit Weavers Marketplace.

Our marketplace is housed outdoors and on the earth and is a place where we have the opportunity to appreciate the skill and creativity of the professional makers of our community. The market will be open during lunch and evening hours.

The Spirit Weavers Marketplace is a dedicated space for celebrating the skill and creativity of the professional makers of our community. It is a place to discover new artists and support our entrepenurial path which is committed to building successful businesses by offering goods that are handmade from the heart, sustainable, locally crafted or vintage in origin.  Please check back in February for 2019 Marketplace details.

Camp Store

We also have a Camp Store on the land for all of your personal needs.  If you forget anything at all, we probably have it in the camp store!  The Camp Store carries items such as snacks, batteries, hygiene products, bug spray, bowls & utensils, apothecary, books, journals and much more!  If you will be making products specifically for Spirit Weavers, please reach out!

2019 Marketplace Applications will open in February

MARKETPLACE LEADS

Janessa Bautista

Janessa Bautista is a textile artist and clothing designer. The work she creates is focussed on natural/plant dyeing and simple, everyday garments and goods. While living in the city of Portland she often retreats to the river, forest and ocean. Janessa is inspired by Japanese Indigo and all it embodies, and continues her exploration of this beautiful living thing. Currently she is in an MFA program at the Oregon College of Arts and Crafts, studying craft and design.

May Salem

May Salem is the designer/ creative director and co-owner of NATIVE SOL. She host workshops, special events, and gatherings at her brick and mortar shop in Long Beach, CA.  May loves to create various pieces every day with different mediums from jewelry making , sewing clothing, weaving fibers and home decor, to writing contents for her personal work and shop. May is grateful to be able support her family from her creations and thankful for the flexibility it has given her to allow quality time with her 5 children. You can find more of May’s creative work on IG at @nativesol or @mamasoltribe.