Allen Schaeffer has been hammering hot steel since the mid-nineties. He is a juried member of the Reading - Berks Guild of Craftsmen and also a member of PABA (Pennsylvania Artist-Blacksmith Association). While trying to better himself by exploring the art and mystery of blacksmithing, Allen is learning not only the old ways of this historical trade but also new and modern techniques while always expanding his skills.
Recycled Metal Art
EBERLY MOUNTAIN ART
Sculptures and wall hangings.
A family tradition for nearly 80 years combined, they have produced top of the line Pennsylvania German Redware from traditional reproductions to their own designs. They create pieces ranging from handmade figurines to sliptrailed and sgraffitoed plates, vessels and slab built works of art. They constantly strive for perfection on every piece from their special orders to their one of a kind museum quality pieces.
NORTH CREEK JEWELRY DESIGNS
A family business with three generations designing and making jewelry. The designers start with the ancient art of chain maille and incorporate beads, pewter, stones, gems and vintage jewelry into their jewelry and accessories designs. With chain maille as a base, any of their designs are suitable for all genders.
MORIN-TERPRETATIONS BY SAM
Stained glass and fused glass items for home and garden. Also upcycled garden
JESSIE'S CORNER CLAY
Patti Umlauf has been designing and sculpting with polymer clay for over 30 years concentrating on seasonal pieces. In the past few years, she has focused her polymer sculpting on Birds of Pennsylvania and Birds of the Eastern shore. She does still offer sheep and miniatures.
CROFT CNC LLC
Specializing in cnc machining and fabrication, they work with wood, metal, plastics, and composites.
PRETTY SHINY BEADS
Pretty Shiny Beads is a collection of beaded jewelry with a focus on woven seed beaded jewelry in addition to a variety in styles and materials.
FREAS FARM WINERY
Northeast & Central Pennsylvania quality farm to table wine located in Berwick. They believe to make great wine they must take an equal responsibility for the lands they steward, as well as the community. They feel that producing wine and raising a glass is a cultural ritual that fosters friendship, joins the arts, brings families together, and unites communities.