5736 N.E. 33rd Ave. Portland, OR, 97211
Sunday, November 17, 2019
Kennedy School - Gymnasium
10 am - 4 pm
All ages welcome
10 am - 4 pmFreeAll ages welcome
40 art and craft vendors selling original and handmade products from around Oregon.
Siren Nation is a unique arts organization that showcases and creates performance and exhibition opportunities for women throughout the year. We also produce an annual festival showcasing the original work of women working in music, film, performance and visual art.
Siren Nation’s mission is to inspire and empower women of all ages to create their own art and to highlight the many achievements of women in the arts. We focus our attention on the work of women artists and help to create equal opportunities in creative professions.
We welcome individuals who self-identify as female, trans (regardless of identity), or gender non-conforming to apply to and participate in all Siren Nation events.
Individual event tickets are sold via the venue website.
Aleksandra Apocalisse Arthttps://www.apocalisseart.com/Colorful, detailed fine art originals and prints within the realm of fantasy and abstract realism.
Allegra B Designshttps://www.etsy.com/shop/AllegraBI love creating accessories and home décor in unique patterns that are eclectic and edgy to give your accessories a creative twist, everything is handcrafted by myself with great detail given to pattern placement and quality construction.
Art by Hazel Glasshttps://www.artbyhazelglass.com/Art by Hazel Glass creates intricate, multi-layered hand-cut paper original art. She reproduces them as laser-cut editions, artist books, and hand-embellished giclee prints so that you can bring these precious windows into abstracted worlds home with you.
Art of Christa Paoluccihttps://www.christapaolucci.comChrista is a Portland-based artist with a love for tea, nature, and creatures. She loves to illustrate scenes from nature alongside whimsical flora & fauna. Her desire is to create illustrations that instill feelings of openness with our environment, and a curiosity about what could be inhabiting the hidden worlds around us.
Book Art by Melodyhttps://bookartbymelody.etsy.comsBooks, Books, Books!! During the day, Melody Bush works in a library and at night- she uses discarded books as her medium. She carves books, folds books, and creates beautiful pieces of art! All her books are done by hand, one page at a time. They make a very unique gift.
Brighton Placehttps://www.instagram.com/brighton_place/Provider of bright and bold jewelry and decor. Brighton Place is for trendsetters & standouts looking for unique & well-crafted statement pieces for their home and wardrobe.
Candy Amor Jewelrywww.candyamorjewelry.etsy.comCandy primarily works with sterling silver and gold-filled metal. Many pieces are embellished with beautiful semi-precious stones that are carefully hand-picked by her. The techniques used in her jewelry making are soldering, metal texturing, and wire wrapping.
Cascadia Wireworkshttps://www.cascadiawireworks.com/Cascadia Wireworks creates wire-wrapped jewelry using raw copper wire and semi-precious gemstones. Each pendant, ring, or pair of earrings is thoughtfully designed to show off the natural beauty of the stones and finished with hand-fabricated findings.
Cherry Riverhttps://www.cherryriver.netHandcrafted CBD-infused bath and beauty products. We use organically grown hemp plants from our family’s GAP and GMP certified farm, promising our customers the highest quality bath bombs, lotions, shower oils, and more.
Coco Delaywww.etsy.com/shop/cocodelayincCoco Delay fashions handmade jewelry from decorative paper sourced from around the world.
DeeDee & Sharkhttp://www.deedeeandshark.etsy.comI make and glaze decorative and functional ceramics using original designs.
Emma Geddie Arthttp://emmageddieart.ecwid.comEmma Geddie sell prints of oil paintings depicting animals and fantasy landscapes.
Erica Gibsonwww.instagram.com/ericagibsonartErica Gibson is a mixed-media artist who creates thoughtful characters from reclaimed and vintage wood, metal & clay. She combines our inner thoughts with the imaginative stories embodied in intriguing materials.
Erika Rier Arthttp://www.erikarier.comErika Rier is a folk surrealist artist focused on creating work which depicts womxn actively engaged in the world around them. In addition to fine art she creates art zines and comics as well as screen printed textiles and hand-painted ceramics.
GreenstitchSue Selbie is a local artist creating multi-layered paper cut art inspired by the many iconic scenes around Portland, and her frequent walks in Forest Park. She also makes hand-stitched leather journals and notebooks that make lovely gifts for the journalers in your life.https://greenstitch.com
Handmade by Senghttps://www.handmadebyseng.comHandcrafted heirloom quality multicultural dolls to inspire play, embrace diversity, and teach inclusion. Fully dressable dolls, available in five skin tones and twenty hair colors. Fun and whimsical doll clothes, pocket dolls and accessories for young ones, and those young at heart.
Hanky Pysankyhttps://www.etsy.com/shop/hankypysankyTimeless treasures of traditional art with a modern flair. I hand draw every design on a real eggshells through a process of wax resist and progressive series of dyes in the Ukrainian tradition. The result is heirloom-quality art, perfect for hanging or standing display. Designs range from the traditional to the not your Baba’s pysanka.
Heidi West Designshttps://www.heidiwestdesigns.comHeidi creates handmade bags and textiles with her own screen printed fabrics. Her designs are inspired by nature and often whimsical and colorful.
HK Design PDXwww.hkdesignpdx.comHeather’s art is truly made from Portland, utilizing salvaged wood and other materials from deconstructed or abandoned homes in the Portland area. Incorporating recognizable reclaimed pieces of lath, decorative edging and moulding into one-of-a-kind designs. Reclaimed wood has a history and a story and Heather gives them a new life in her artwork.
Jen Bracyhttps://jenbracy.wixsite.com/jen-bracy/artworkJen’s eclectic art stuffs include affordable stencil paintings and prints which address issues of gun violence, social justice, and feminism. These often utilize materials and textures like reclaimed wood, which blend well with Jen’s home goods items: driftwood creations that bring a touch of nature into the home.
Katt Splathttp://www.kattsplat.com/KattSplat makes spooky-fun ceramics with an industrial edge. From bowls that look like brains to cups that resemble toxic waste barrels, we’ve got all your post-apocalyptic dining devices.
Kollodiworkswww.etsy.com/shop/kollodiworksKollodi creates reusable alternatives to throwaway culture from her basement workshop. She makes reusable snack bags, straw bags, sandwich wraps, insulated lunch totes, and other gifts for the parent and child.
Kimberly Carman Designshttps://www.kcdesignjewelry.comKimberly fabricates and designs jewelry using a variety of mixed metals such as sterling silver, gold, copper and brass, and utilizes pearls, gemstones and other mediums in her pieces to create artful adornments that are either organic in their origin, geometric in shape, or Bohemian in design and creation.
Kirsten Elisehttps://www.etsy.com/shop/KirstenElisePDXOne of a kind jewelry made with gemstones, vintage chain, and bones.
Maija Rebecca Hand Drawnhttp://www.maijarebecca.comMaija Rebecca Hand Drawn is a paper goods company owned & operated by Portland, Oregon-based artist, Maija Kellner-Rode. Maija draws most of her inspiration from the magic found in nature, the mysterious connection we have to this universe & each other. Her hope is to create art that inspires others to connect with themselves and each other in a more open, honest & vulnerable way while spreading beauty, love & a little bit of sass worldwide.
Mindy’s Beer Gearhttps://www.etsy.com/shop/MindysBeerGearI turn used craft beer 6-pack boxes into durable and functional wallets and accessories. I started this business in 2010 and it has allowed me to be a stay-at-home mom to my 5-year-old. You can follow me on Instagram and my shop inventory on Etsy.
Nancy Flechahttps://nancyflecha.com/Illustrator, Designer, Printmaker
Petals by Kimberlyhttp://PetalsbyKimberly.comKimberly works with recycled wine bottles creating unique, hand-painted wind chimes, soy candles, and home decor. She is an acrylic painter that creates floral portraits on canvas as well as on glassware for distinctive, one of a kind pieces.
PHIhttps://www.phi-portland.com/wood-jewelryLauren creates handcrafted wood jewelry pieces, using local, salvaged wood scraps from her woodshop. Each piece is unique and thoughtfully designed, attempting to balance the natural world with the modern shapes of today.
Rachel Beyerhttps://www.rachelbeyer.comRachel Beyer is an intuitive artist and creative based in Portland, Oregon. Her work is inspired by the cycles of nature, the elements, mystic symbols, and plant medicine. Her latest series of art is inspired by the zodiacal seasons and astrology. Rachel also crafts small batch aromatherapy candles and aura sprays with loving intention.
Reimagine Fathttps://www.elisabethwalden.comElisabeth Walden is an artist, printmaker and ceramicist based in Portland, OR. Her work explores her relationship with her fat, female body, as shaped by contemporary American culture and art history using a variety of painting, printmaking, sculptural and experimental mixed-media techniques.
ReSISTA Kathttp://resistakat.comBorn at the historic D.C. Women’s March, ReSISTA Kat is a mash-up the Asian lucky cat, Mexican Day of the Dead and other multicultural motifs to reflect and celebrate our inclusive spirit. ReSISTA Kat logo apparel and accessories aim to motivate you to stay united, get involved and to find your inner activist.
Sachiko Quinn Arthttps://sachikoquinn.artspan.com/homeEach of Sachiko Quinn’s original works is created with two different mediums, batik and acrylic. Her art reflects her inspiration from the natural world, especially birds and the native flora around her home in Oregon, and other places she’s visited in her life.She sells her original works as well as limited reproductions in various forms.
Stephanie Brockwayhttps://www.instagram.com/stephaniebrockway/Is a salvaged wood artist, carving puppets, dolls, paintings on paper and wood.All unique and one of a kind. She shows at local galleries, and was featured on Oregon Art Beat this year.
Tiger Food Presshttps://www.tigerfoodpress.com/I create letterpress printed stationery and linocut art prints. I also have a growing line of home goods featuring the same hand printed designs as my paper goods, including pillows, tote bags, and tea towels.
WeaverKatehttp://weaverkate.com/index.htmlWeaverKate is a Handweaver of practical things. All items are handwoven by me, in my home studio. By combining my love of color, texture, and structure I create lovely, functional textiles. From delightful handwoven 100% cotton towels to snazzy handwoven scarves you will find something that adds a pop of color or an eye catching elegance to give as a gift or keep for yourself. The best thing is, it’s functional art!
Xylographilia LLChttps://xylographilia.com/Liv Rainey-Smith is an artist specializing in hand-pulled xylographic as well as serigraphic prints. Her imagery draws primarily upon historic styles, folklore, dreams, and esoteric traditions.
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