Lea Wood is a longtime resident of Muir Beach. Growing up in Southern Africa, as a budding artist, I was inspired to explore many wild expressions of color and design. I am currently having fun developing my ‘paraphernalia' pouch. It’s a conveniently small personal place for your lipstick, vape pen, joints, glasses, pens or change. With leather felt and silk options, there will be something here that will appeal to your hipster, vegan and sophisticated friends and family. A unique, handmade one of a kind gift that is a conversation starter that’s for sure!

Rod Oates; “My cutting boards and wall art are made out of recycled and reclaimed wood”. RodsWoodshop.org


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Muir Beach 2016 Holiday Arts Fair


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Brad Egsti has been drawing on anything and everything since he was a kid.His current work is ink line drawing with watercolor wash often combined with anything his mind can think of to add color and texture to the piece.

Janet Tumpich Moore creates pendants, dangles, whimsical art of sea glass, beads, crystals and more. Her pendants are wrapped in sterling and copper wire, and her Dangles are strung with an eye towards creating a unique art piece for any home. Can’t you see these beautiful creations catching the light in your own home?

The Muir Beach Garden Club's selection of evergreen, herbal and succulent wreaths are always a sellout. Don’t miss their beautiful bird cages and their succulent gardens are a sure-fire addition to anyone's home.

Ocean Riders Rooster: Reminiscent of Motherwell's abstract work and Rothko’s color influence. Rooster’s paintings are inspired by nature and the colors of the world around him. A true Marc Cheval! Rooster donates all proceeds from his art to benefit the programs and projects of Ocean Riders of Marin, a 501(c)(3), located in Muir Beach CA. For more information, or to help support Ocean Riders! Please visit us at: OceanRidersofMarin.org

Craig Eichenbaum learned his stone lithography from Kenji Nanau at Cal State Hayward from 1973 -1980. “In 1980 he acquired the litho press and stones integral to the lithographic process. Since then, he has been creating images on those stones and printing from the stone, producing small limited editions. He has been recognized by the Marin County Fair and is fortunate to be a resident of Muir Beach for the past 11 years."

The Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Association is front and center, so pick up your favorite item printed with the popular Muir Beach dog logo...T-shirts, hoodies, yoga wear, ball caps, aprons, mugs, and vests. Tees for tots and other children’s clothing are also on sale...start ‘em young! And don’t forget the doggies...the MBVFA has leashes and collars for the four-legged members of your family.

Father and daughter team Chris Berkov and Melina Berkov-Rojas, jewelers and Bay Area natives, collaborated to form Berkov Designs. Chris has been a musician, guitar-maker and craftsman for over 45 years. Inspired by the natural world, his original hand-cast designs are unique adornments featuring 14 karat gold paired with opals and a variety of precious gems. Melina studied visual arts at Sarah Lawrence College and has been making jewelry for over 8 years. Her innovative designs reflect contemporary style and feature sterling silver with semi-precious gems and stones. They are excited to join the fair this year, and to see more of their work go to www.berkovdesigns.com

Linda Koffman feels the art of fusion glass is therapeutic and delightful. She
enjoys working with her hands and creating colorful abstract images that come
alive on the canvas of multicolored glass.... even scraps of glass are transferred
into art. Her designs are fused into bowls, vases, candle holders, dishes, ribbons,
card holders, and jewelry.

Arlene Robertson
-Ahhhh! Its rum cake time again! One of the richest and most delicious treats of the holiday season. Get there early for a little slice of heaven.

Kasey Corbit shows her love of the natural beauty of this area by creating handmade jewelry with a simple elegance from sand dollars found on local beaches. Her family also makes both plain and flavored sea salts from locally sourced items, which also will be available.

Debra Allen, our local Realtor, returns to the holiday fair after many years. Since she beachcombs, and often makes driftwood pieces for staging of clients' homes or to give as presents, it's natural that she'll be selling some of her beach-themed smaller items: note cards/gift tags, driftwood/beach glass decoupage ornaments and signs.

Judy Barnett creates unique jewelry with a minimal aesthetic, a playful quality, and unusual designs, using everyday materials, wire and gemstones. She also hand-dyes 100% silk with unique patterns to create beautiful scarves for all occasions..

Terry Davis says “I have been exploring art through play for as long as I can remember. This body of work is a 4 year experimentation with the interplay of shapes and dimension, using a variety of materials to invite the curious, closer. Each piece is a one of a kind fusion of art and design, created to delight, provoke and inform. I’m also showing some of my newly launched series of works with finely detailed, hand painted branches taking on new shapes and purposes -- nature playfully transformed. Ask me about the hidden faces.

Tisha Thompson, back by popular demand, likes to make things (mostly creatures and animals) out of wool and felted recycled wool sweaters. She really loves watching people enjoy her work. If you have a moment, visit her blog at tishahandmade.blogspot.com.