Booth # 62
Domenico cuts, bends, welds, and grinds different types of metal to create shapes that ultimately come together to make a balanced and graceful sculpture.
Booth # 59
Whitmore uses stainless steel and glass to create abstract and figurative sculptures.
Booth # 23
Peter constructs wildlife sculptures out of wood, stone, and bronze.
Booth # 36
Marshall molds wall and tabletop sculptures using aluminum, hardwoods, and resin panels in the themes of landscape and music.
Booth # 114-115
Roger’s sculptures cover the gamut from fine art to whimsy, including functional garden elements, weathervane’s, birdbaths, gates, fountains, and more. Given the sculptures unique, eclectic qualities, it works in both a sophisticated and comfortable environment.
Booth # 129
Todd’s sculptures consist of clay, faience, copper screen, textiles, steel, oil paint, found objects, repurposes materials, and varnish.
Booth # 198
Matt makes forged and fabricated steel sculpture which sometimes include wood and or stone.
Booth # 21
Mike constructs abstractly painted, outdoor sculptures.
Booth # 74
Each of Lori’s handcrafted ceramic sculptures has a unique identity. She beings by shaping a thin slab of clay with a drape mold and lets the personality emerge as she paddles and carves the developing sculpture.
Booth # 16
Joe sculpts steel through a series of methods and finishes using a variety of patinas, metal dyes, oil, wax, or powder coats.
Booth # 126
Lila’s sculptures are made of different materials, including paper and wire. The sculptures are then painted with acrylics and coated with a protective sealer.
Booth # 66
Elise Black is a multi-talented artist working in a variety of mediums allowing for a cross-pollination of ideas and concepts, many resulting in visually engaging, textural and dimensional works of art. Her permanent sculptural installations appear locally at Kings Highway and Saugatuck Elementary schools, and has work in many corporate and private collections.
Booth # 84
A selection of Arny’s wood sculptures include acrylic paint while others are mounted to the wall.
The Westport Downtown Merchants Association (WDMA) is a non-profit organization of merchants and landlords working together to improve the commerce and culture of downtown Westport, CT for the benefit of the community and the commercial interests in downtown Westport.