Historic 18th & Vine Jazz District

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Background image quilted by Marla Jackson © 2018

Vendors

kdqDesigns

Kathleen DeQuence Anderson 

An award winning artist whose work has exhibited on the national scene Kathleen handcrafts limited edition and one-of-a-kind adornment pieces for women and men, eye glass boxes, key fobs, kaleidoscopes and her original HeartBox™ collection.

Green Herring Art

Hank D. Herring

I believe art should stir the soul and ignite the imagination, and that I am only limited by my imagination and time.

Each stamp is custom made to order by me! Each stamp is individually made, a one of a kind piece of art! No laser or other duplication machine is used to create my stamps.

Yemisi Bamisaye

Born and raised in Ayede Ekiti, in the western states of the Republic of Nigeria. Her love for fabrics and fashions started at the early age of seven. Back in Nigeria, she used African prints fabrics to create clothing for family and friends. Upon migrating to the United States, she saw the need for a supply of authentic African fabrics and fashions. Today she is the owner of African fashions by Classic Expressions in Oak Park Michigan, where she showcases her unique designs of African attires fit for special occasions and everyday living. African Prints Overload where she presents unique African Fabrics to her followers and the public at large. She hosts African Fashions Pop Up Shops across the US where she brings the best of African fabrics and fashions to her supporters.

Deborah Yeboah

Additional Vendors

Rosy Petri

Lamont Crockett