Our Outdoor Vendors

Each weekend, Vendors sell from 9am – 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Hundreds of DC’s best local artists and crafters set up tents in the street and plazas surrounding the market. Eastern Market’s arts and craft vendors are made up of painters, sculptors, independent designers, woodworkers, jewelers, potters, and photographers! If you sell one of these product types, consider becoming a vendor!

Below is the directory of our outdoor vendors:


Adiante Franszoon Custom Wood Carving & Furniture

Adiante Franszoon’s goal is to incorporate the Saramacca Maroon style of wood carving into the contemporary style of western furniture making. When clients speak of his work, they can explain how each object was crafted because of the close collaboration with Adiante in the decision making process… creating the design, selecting the wood, and considering the form and function of each object. Only the finest woods such as walnut, teak, mahogany, and tropical cedar are used because of their strength and beauty. Each object becomes as unique to the desires of the individual. Commissions are welcomed!

p: 410-598-2849
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.adiantefranszoon.com

Amy Marx

Amy Marx sells seaglass, crackled stained glass and gold and silver jewelry at Eastern Market. In addition to selling at Eastern Market Amy Marx has sold her jewelry in boutiques and department stores throughout the US and in Japan, Singapore and Sweden. Her work has been featured in numerous fashion magazines including Vogue, Elle and Glamour, and on The Oprah Winfrey Show. A life long fine artist, her paintings have been exhibited in a large number of galleries and museums in this country and internationally, including in major galleries in New York. Her work has been featured on tv, including on The Weather Channel and has been written about in many publications including The New York Times, the Washington Post and Artist Magazine.

p: 240-271-0633
e: [email protected]
Jewelry: www.amymarx.etsy.com
Fine Art: www.amymarx.com
Facebook: Amy Marx
Instagram: @amy_marx_art

Archelaus

“If we had anything so hackneyed as a mission statement at Archelaus, it would probably revolve around the idea of keeping ourselves well amused by producing smart, sophisticated, pleasantly peculiar cards that will delight our many fine customers.

But since we don’t have anything like that, the less said about the matter, the better, really.”

e: [email protected]
w: http://www.archelaus-cards.com
Facebook: @Archelaus

Aurora Bath and Jewels

“Inspired by the Roman Goddess of the Dawn and a trip to the ancient baths in Bath, England, I started my company Aurora Bath (later to be known as Aurora Bath and Jewels) at Eastern Market. For years I have created my own line of artistically created aromatherapy soaps, fragrant candles adorned with herbs and flowers, fizzy bath bombs, luxurious mineral bath salts, massage oils and more, featuring my uniquely DC line of Capitol Cherry Blossom products, perfect gifts from DC! I also feature a large array of headbands and hair accessories for young and old alike and hand select an eclectic assortment of fun, funky fashion jewelry at affordable prices. Holidays are my specialties, so come on by and join in the excitement, positive vibes and healing!”

p: 202-328-9283
e: [email protected]
w: http://aurorabath.com
Facebook | Instagram: @Aurorabath

Avner Ofer Photography

Traveling to many remote and off the beaten path locations, I attempt to capture intimate moments, and glimpses into other cultures. Studying the languages, customs, and geography of the places I visit enables me to explore deeper into that culture, and try to revel some of the essence of the place. Using this philosophy allows me to photograph any location from exotic Tibet to my back yard in Washington D.C. with the same insight and view.

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I was fortunate to intern at National Geographic back in 2000, which was an amazing experience. That is what brought me to DC, and I am still here. I travel every year for 2-3 months, during the winter, and sell the rest of the year at markets and festivals around the area. The reward of sharing parts of the world, and my vision of it, with other people, is beyond words. When my images receive both an emotional and intellectual response, I feel I have done my job.

p: (202)299-7358
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.avnerofer.com
Facebook: /oferphotography
Instagram: @avneroferphoto

BAMI Products

BAMI Products is a family run business that started in a kitchen as a result of personal skin challenges.

Their products include homemade soaps, salts, deodorants, massage oils, body butters, and scrubs.

As manufacturer of their own products, they have control over what goes in them. BAMI Products use the highest quality raw materials to produce a quality product. Their goal is to make a good moisturizing product without compromising on cost. To accomplish this goal, they use Grade A olive oil and shea butter as the main ingredient in most products.

w: https://bamiproducts.net/

Barbara Chowney, Potter

My work consists of oxidation-fired functional and decorative pottery. I am interested in both form and surface decoration and try to achieve, in a painterly way, a spontaneous decoration which harmonizes with the form. My pottery is food- safe, dishwasher-safe and microwave-safe.

p: 202-288-7273
e: [email protected]

Black Bear

Today, Black Bear Leather stands as an ode to a deep legacy of leather crafting. Using the same hand crafting methods and same leather that the owner’s forefathers have been using for hundreds of years, Black Bear creates leather wares that will stand the test of time, and become a piece of a legacy in themselves, to be handed down with ever greater beauty and character for generations to come.

w: https://www.blackbearleather.com/

CANIMALS!

Canimals! is a Washington, DC based arts company focused on up-cycled art. Our mission is to clean up the world one can at a time. Our vision, to create a culture of no waste by infusing inspiration with recycled materials. All CANIMALS! handcrafted sculptures™ are born from recycled cans and wire. We are playing our role in sustaining the earths balance. CANIMALS! handcrafted sculptures™ entire showcase is eco-friendly.

p: 216-773-6467
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.getcanimals.com
Instagram: @giraffe_maker

Dan Kessler

Dan’s work can be found in corporate and private collections internationally, and his reproductions are available worldwide. His work is also on display at historic Eastern Market in Washington, DC.

p: (301) 949-1943
e: [email protected]
w: http://kesslerart.com/
Facebook: /dankesslerart
Instagram: @dankesslerart

Our Outdoor Vendors