Each weekend, Vendors sell from 7 am – 6 pm on Saturdays and 9 am – 5 pm on 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:

Habeebah’s Herbals

Habeebah Muhammad, Habeebah’s Herbals. “I have been studying and applying the use of herbs, flowers, medicinal Plants, and essential & spiritual oils for over 20 years. I am a Certified Aromatherapist, certificate from the American College of Health Sciences, 2009 and from the American Institute of Unani Medicine, 2000. I am a Certified Reflexologist from the Focus on Healing School, 2006, and a Certified Massage Therapist from the National Massage Institute, 2014.

I formulate all my skin care products from natural, organic and sustained-fair traded ingredients. I have been in business since 2006. I have vended at the National Harbour, the DC Green Festival, and at Eastern Market.”

p: 202-302-5904
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.habeebahsherbals.com

K’Owino Batiks

Owino is a life-long batik artist from Kenya, East Africa. His batik wall hangings are bright and colorful, evoking the beauty of his homeland. He welcomes everyone to his booth!

p: (410) 725-4642
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.kowinobatiks.com

Facebook: /kowinobatiks
Twitter: /kowinobatiks
Instagram: @kowinobatiks

Mann Made Designs

Jimmy Mann was born and raised outside of Tampa,Fla.

He has been designing and making jewelry since 1989 in both New York and Washington,DC.He has drawn on his love of POP culture and fashion to create a line that is both fun and sophisticated. All of the MANN MADE DESIGNS are created in silver.20K gold,fired glass,recycled aluminum,plywood and acrylic.He started his Form The Home Line in 2014 and it has grown each season. When not making jewelry he can be found on long walks with his dog Gadget in the historic neighborhood of Capitol Hill.

p: 202-210-0385
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.mannmadedesigns.com

Mary Belcher / Washington Watercolors

Mary Belcher’s watercolor streetscapes and neighborhood maps of Washington, D.C., are known for their rich color and fine detail. During her 22 years as a full-time artist, her clients have included The Nature Conservancy, U.S. Forest Service Visitors Center, Smithsonian Folklife Festival, National Building Museum, White House Historical Association, Stephen Decatur House Museum, D.C. Convention Center, DAR Museum, and many others. Mary’s “Map of Rock Creek Park” in 2014 was featured in a special issue of The Washington Post Magazine. Her note and holiday cards are especially popular.

p: 202-390-9069
e: [email protected]
w: http://marybelcher.com

Muse Lamps

Steam Punk, contemporary and playful lamps, all one of a kind cause I can’t remember how I made it.

p: 702-810-0404
e: [email protected]

Printemps Pottery

Printemps Pottery is a home-based, Husband and Wife team of potters. Nevan and Doug have been creating handmade stoneware creations full-time since 2008.

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Printemps Pottery has grown and thrived since 2008 because of the dedication and love Nevan and Doug have for clay and its diversity. The designs and pieces are made especially for those who appreciate well-crafted, beautifully colored, and durable pottery. Each of the pots are made one at a time by hand and have been brought through a rigorous process.

p: (443)255-1909
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.printempspottery.com
Facebook: @Printempspottery

Raices, Inc.

Raices means “Roots” in Spanish.
Raices, uses fair-trade and socially responsible standards to import high-quality handmade crafts made by highly skilled artisans in Ecuador.

p: (202)790-2728
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.raiceshandcrafts.com

Facebook: @raiceshandcrafts
Twitter: @raiceshandcraft
Instagram: raiceshandcrafts

Our Outdoor Vendors