ART & CRAFT
Featuring over 125 Artists and Artisans selling their handmade creations in a beautiful outdoor setting.
Live Music in the dining tent all three days, plus belly dance troupe on Saturday and MAGIC on Sunday.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Delicious Festival Fare by local and regional food-maven entrepreneurs, as well as refreshing beverages including beer and wine.
Meet the Artists and Artisans as You Delight in Purchasing their Handmade Creations
The main attraction is the 125+ Exhibitors who are selling their beautiful Art & Craftwork. Check out the 2022 Exhibitor Listing Page for a full list and links to their sites. Check back regularly to see new participants up to the time of the show. We will post the 2023 Exhibitor List in Spring of 2023.
Inlaid Wood by Steven B. Levine
Scarves by Ellen Howard of Ellen Howard Handmade
In 2021, Craftproducers Hosted the First Annual Lake George Art and Craft Festival
We Can’t Wait for 2023!
We’d like to thank all who supported the show in its first two years,
and we hope to see you again in 2023.
What Can You Expect to See and Do At the Festival?
The Festival is a 3-day event from Friday through Sunday from 10am-5pm. The beautiful Charles R Wood Park is a short walk to the Village Center and the Million Dollar Beach. Make it a full summer day or weekend enjoying all that Lake George has to offer during this lovely time of year in the Adirondacks.
The festival will have a huge dining tent with tables and chairs and an inside stage where a different local or regional band will perform each day. There is no extra charge for the live music so enjoy it throughout the day and weekend. Also this year we’ll have a local Belly Dance Troupe performing on Saturday and an AMAZING Magician on Sunday.
Slab rolled pottery with leaves imprinted to show the true marvels of nature.
The result is leaf imprints on functional pottery and unique clay based woven baskets.
Baskets are woven onto the clay bases and embellished with leather, copper, and beads.
Garden pieces, vases and storage, and tableware.
Jim Bellows explains that Chain Maille is a series of interconnected, woven metal rings. “Once worn by knights as a form of protection, it has been refined and modified to create elegant, classic jewelry. We hand form and cut our rings.”
Helen Yetman-Bellows explains she creates “signed original designs, one line at a time, combining simple ancient techniques to create intricate, complex results. (No two pieces are exactly the same – expect slight variations).”
Chain Maille Hand Tools
Jim uses special hand tools to create Chain Maille using simple ancient techniques.
Textiles and Writings
Helen also uses a process called sublimation to create wearable art on scarves and wristlets
What People are Saying
Don’t take our word for it – here’s what we’ve been told!
We had a great time at this festival. So many beautiful things and my kids had a blast. We stayed all day and even came back on Saturday.
I’ve never been to a craft fair that had so many other things to do. The food, music, and activities were an extra bonus.
We have followed Craftproducers shows in Vermont for years. It was a surprise not to have free parking here, but the admission price offset it and the parking fees were not bad at all. It was worth the ride over for sure.
The Festival site is in Lake George, NY at the Charles R Wood Park (Festival Commons) per the following map. The Craftproducers office is in Charlotte, VT. Don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or feedback regarding our Festivals and Events.
Questions or Feedback?
Thanks for taking time to reach out!