Artists: 2023

2023 Falmouth ArtMarket Artists and Craftspeople

Desiree Azarian

Desiree Azarian makes seaglass jewelry and beach décor.

Beads and Bits by Abby

Abby Volkmann creates unique, elegant, whimsical, and lovely things, including beaded hair clips, Christmas bobbles, and seashell jewelry as well as flower fairies and rope bracelets.

Shavonna Bent

Shavonna Bent makes polymer clay jewelry.

Betsy’s Heart

Betsy Goren makes jewelry and home decor pieces from polymer clay and one-of-a-kind greeting cards.

Buddha Buns

Diane Precourt of Buddha Buns handcrafts meditation cushions, Japanese sleeping pillows
with organic fill, yoga mat bags, and yoga eye cushions.

Cape Cod Octopus’s Garden

Judy La Cava makes jewelry from sterling silver and sea glass and pebbles she finds on local beaches.

Facebook: Cape Cod Octopus Garden

Pamela Chmielinski

Pamela Chmielinski wraps rocks with leather and cane.

Nancy Colgan

Nancy Colgan makes ring dishes, napkin rings, and shadow boxes from painted oyster shells.


Martine Binder-Desbiens makes boxes and more out of paper.

Creativity by Lily

Lily Matthews is a teen entrepreneur who sells handmade jewelry and accessories.


Facebook: CreativityByLilyCo 

Etsy: CreativityByLilyCo

The Dune Shack

David Cooperrider carves whales, sharks, sea turtles, and mermaids from reclaimed wood.
Instagram: Theduneshack
Facebook: The Dune Shack

Falmouth on Canvas

Joseph Freedman of Falmouth On Canvas takes photos only in the beautiful seaside town of Falmouth and prints them on canvas. His photos include Falmouth Heights sunrises, Chappaquoit Beach sunsets, Nobska Light, ospreys, and everything else that makes Falmouth so special.

Goin’ Fishin’

Nancy Sawyer creates original artwork for her T-shirts and sweatshirts and other items. She also sells her photographs of Falmouth, including scenes of the Knob and Nobska Light. She paints and decoupages local oyster shells with themes such as the New England Patriots, the Boston Celtics, and the Red Sox.

Cape Cod Artworks

Carlah Kramer creates mixed media art using glass and wood, shells, paint, and pen and ink.

Kutoa Weaving

Jane Parhiala weaves scarves, washcloths, bags, and more and is the author of Reckless at the Border, a memoir.

Local Colors Gallery

Sandra Faxon makes giclee prints of her cut paper collages and watercolors highlighting marine life, local landmarks and beach scenes.

Leonie Little-Lex

Leonie Little-Lex creates fine art illustrations, original paintings, drawings, cards, and is the illustrator of a children’s book, A is for Always: An Adoption Alphabet.

Susan Morrill

Susan Morrill makes string-art pictures framed in shadow boxes, as well as watercolor and acrylic notecards and prints.

mugs and more by annieo

Annie Oberteuffer makes functional, decorative, and whimsical pottery creations, including colorful mugs and dishes, magical fairy houses, and more.

Patrick’s Acrylics of Cape Cod

Patrick Laughead creates acrylic paintings of Cape Cod, including seascapes, landscapes, animals, and custom pet portraits.

Pine Island Studio

William Brown makes concrete planters and macrame planter hangers


Dani the Brand

Dani Pyne knits pillows and blankets.

Sea Scoops

Sea Scoops is a environmentally friendly mobile marine ice cream boat located in West Falmouth Harbor. Their ice cream truck will be at the ArtMarket with standard and vegan ice cream made locally by Whistle Stop Ice Cream.

Joyful Glorious

Amy Riley creates ice-dyed cotton artist tunics and baggy pants, batik sunhats, hand dyed silk sarongs, quilted bags, and Art quilts.

Marilyn Rowland Designs

Marilyn Rowland creates fun and festive jewelry inspired by the sea, as well as an assortment of small ceramic vases.

Seapoint Trade

Kaley Ledwidge makes natural body products, soaps, sugar scrubs, lotions, lip balms, deodorants, bath bombs, and candles. Her custom-made Pokemon soaps are shown in the photo.

Carl Sheffer, Fine Art Photographs

Carl combines his love of travel and photography to capture colorful, exotic, and unusual subjects worldwide.

Waquoit Bay Fish Company

Mike Palmer draws a variety of marine life in a style he calls ‘stylized realism’ that balances scientific accuracy and aesthetics. He is inspired by the coastal waterways, marshes, and woodlands of the Waquoit Bay region on Cape Cod. Shown is Striped bass (Morone saxatilis) , a colored-pencil drawing by Mike Palmer (2022).


Elizabeth Zaitsev

Elizabeth Zaitsev paints rocks, creates ceramic pieces, paints in acrylics, and makes cut-paper silhouettes.