ARTS & CRAFTS

The very heart of Heritage Festival are the 97 booths in which artists and craftpersons display their creations.

Here is just a sampling ...


Seasonal glass art by renown glassblower Robert DuGrenier (Townshend, VT)
Vermont Artist Woody Jackson (Middlebury, VT) brought his famed "Cow Art" to the Festival in 2017.

Kevin Ruelle (Burlington, VT) presented his original Vermont Travel Posters for the second time in 2017.
Maya Zelkin, Potter, (Shrewsbury, VT) has been a part of Heritage Festival since 2004 
John Long(Newfane, VT) is an "Artist in Wood"

Art Anderson (Marlow, NH) displayed his New England Folk Art for the 8th year.
For 15 years Chris Lann (Brattleboro, VT) has displayed his Sterling Silver Designs.
Barbara Boutot Designs (Manchester, CT), unique, stylish, jackets and accessories

The finely crafted furniture of Carl Amaral (West Wardsboro, VT) joined the Festival in 2017

The Iron Arts of James Takaki and Marie Walker returned to Festival for the second time in 2016.
Lynn Brooks and Dan Brooks (Newfane, VT) continue to delight with their
Vermont inspired jewelry, accessories, and crafts.

The whimsical beasts of Bonny Hall (Brattleboro, VT) brought fun and delight to visitors for the second time in 2017.
Trish Thomas' Good Body Products was on hand for the fourth year.
New England Hot Fudge Co. was one of the specialty foods offering tasty temptations in 2017
  • unique clothing
  • jewelry for that special someone
  • items for home and kitchen
  • toys & clothes for children
  • seasonal decorations
  • personal products
  • fine art & photography

The handcrafted items are sold by the people who created them.

  • Come
  • See
  • Enjoy
  • Browse
  • Purchase
Jewelry from Earth Creations by Tristan Wandzy (Bellows Falls, VT)
Felt on Fabric by Kali Fiori (Pine Island, NY)

Jamie Page (Sanctuary's Alpaca Farm, Alstead, NH) creates hats, runners, rugs and scarves from the wool of her animals.