Artists & Producers

Austin Design – Rachel Austin Baumrin

Featuring 100% Organic & Natural Cotton Herbal Heat Packs, Eye Pillows, & Pocket Pods Hand Crafted in small batches in my studio in West Tisbury, Martha’s Vineyard.

Austin Designs caters to hotels, spas, gyms, wellness centers, and yoga studios. These items have stood the test of time and have soothed and healed many customers along the way. Filled with Austin Designs signature herb and seed combinations your customers and clients will thank you.
Therapy That Really Works!

508.662.0192
austindesignsmv.com
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Down Island Farm – Heidi Feldman

Heidi & Curtis harness the power of the sun and sea to produce their sea salt. Inspired by the local food movement, they sought to offer a product with local relevance and mass appeal. They learned that salt making saved settlers during the British Blockade and began the process of modernizing the process without complicating it modern energy consumption.

MV Sea Salt is free of chemicals and drying additives. Blends contain Certified Organic or wild harvested ingredients. Packaging is reusable/ recyclable.

508.560.3315
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Tending Joy – Ingrid Goff-Maidoff

Ingrid Goff-Maidoff is a poet, soul friend, author and anthologist who has shared her love for spiritual inquiry, beauty, and the wisdom traditions of the world through her books, cards, e-offerings and gifts for more than twenty years. It gives Ingrid deep pleasure to create works that help others feel more whole, more spacious, and more intimate with their own lives. Her books include The Joy Book, The Honey Sutras, Befriending The Soul, Good Mother Welcome, What Holds Us, Moonlight and Remembrance, Simple Graces for Every Meal, The Abundance of Grace, and many quote anthologies. Ingrid lives with her husband and two daughters on the island of Martha’s Vineyard.

Stephanie Wolf Designs – Stephanie Wolf

Stefanie Wolf has been attracted to shiny, colorful objects since her rock collection days as a kid. After leaving her corporate cubicle to regroup and rejuvenate, she found jewelry making to be a good source of healthy creative expression. She soon started selling her jewelry to help fund a graduate education in psychology, and with her degree behind her in 2004, decided to pursue the business of adornment full time. Now Stefanie Wolf Designs is a growing business, where each piece of jewelry is handcrafted in her studio on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, MA.

A year-round resident of the island, Stefanie draws inspiration for her vibrant pieces from the power and beauty of the ocean, the magic of island life, and the energy of the stones and beads she incorporates in her designs. When she’s not creating jeweled treasures she can be found in or around the water with her husband and daughter.

Stefanie has no formal art training. Her keen sense of color and proportion, combined with a simple yet sophisticated eye for design make her designs successful. Her popular Trilogy collection features richly colored, elegantly detailed glass tiles. These ‘Picasso Windows’ are named for their painted edges and their window shape, and each one is a unique piece of art, handmade in the Czech Republic. Stefanie travels to the time-honored glass bead region of Bohemia to select her glass colors, work closely with traditional artisans designing custom shapes, and choose finishes that bring her jewelry collection to life.

Stefanie’s studio and retail showroom, in the Historic District of Edgartown on Martha’s Vineyard, are open to visitors year round. Her jewelry can be found at fine shops, museums, catalogs and galleries nationwide, as well as on her website at www.stefaniewolf.com.

Cut Paper Island – Robin Nagle

Cut Paper Island is the creation of Robin Nagle, a graduate of Kansas City Art Institute and a year-round resident of Martha’s Vineyard for more than 20 years.

Her flour sack towels are a perfect showcase for
Cut Paper Island’s designs, which first come to life as pencil sketches. Then, using an X-Acto knife, Robin crafts a more minimal design. Slowly and deliberately, paper from a thoughtfully selected palette is cut into specific shapes and placed together to create the finished product. Each image is inspired by Robin’s love of animals and a bit of humor.

When not surrounded by art in her gallery or her studio, Robin can often be found out sailing, enjoying the beach, or on one of Martha’s Vineyard’s many walking trails with her husband, son, and their dog Hadley.