• Lea Burger

    Lea has crafts.

    Diana Casey

    Diana has jewelry.

    Lorne Dear

    Lorne's wood work of designs relating to the area and its wild life are excellent depictions with inlaid designs. He also offers wood coasters of the quail, coyote and large arrow heads and his plaques of inlaid howling coyote are perfect for any wall. His large handcrafted benches are comfortable and would be beautiful sitting on anyone's porch. Don't forget his southwest rope tied ladders of different sizes. Both the bench and ladder are displayed at the Chamber office in the Gallery with special orders available.

    Sandy Henderson


    Jan Hysell

    Jan is offering a complete line of hand made baby items from blankets to bibs.

    Carol Keller

    Carol brings with her a one-of- a-kind style in hand worked pottery. Her dishes are beautifully handcrafted and always have her unique touch.

    Sharlet Kish

    Distinctive watches and jewelry made with silver Jake rings and unusual stones. She also creates bracelets with large stones and charms, large beads and interesting designs. Sharlet's artwork demonstrates that her pieces are diverse with that one-of-a-kind appeal. Sharlet's oil paintings also reveal her unique style.

    Libby Maaske

    Lap Puff Quilts and Pillows, one-of-a-kind, for babies, children and adults. These lap puff quilts and pillows range in color and design. Libby does special orders on availability of fabric and you can supply your own special fabrics. Libby has introduced her line of refrigerator door handle covers in great fabric designs to suit any kitchen.

    Kay Martin

    An artesian with a special flair, displaying her unique hand painted hand bags in southwest designs that have become extremely popular, along with her southwest painted coyote melon gourds which are available for all the celebrated seasons. Kay also works with poured ceramics that give you an amazing look into the southwest with vibrant colors. All Kay's artwork brings that exclusive touch that a well-seasoned artist can only bring with them from years with a paint brush in their hand.

    Carolyn Merrill

    Carolyn brings out her Native American heritage with a full array of crafts, including her elaborate jackets (you will want to buy them all), ceramics, and pine needle baskets with each unique piece holding its own design and artistry, wonderful warm quilts, leather tooling, beaded baby shoes and vests. Her artwork takes you into to the art world with crafts from A to Z.

    Suzann Newell

    Suzann offers an assortment her own written books.

    Adrienne O'Keeffe

    Adrienne offers an assortment of ceramic bowls, Ginger Jars, candy dishes, chess sets, napkin rings and more. Adrienne also has a line of handmade greeting cards for all occasions.

    Bill Purkiss

    Bill's outstanding designs and artwork take jewelry to an all new direction. Modern but classic, all with stones beautifully set and garnished with intricate twisted wire wrapping. Bill also has designed new pieces set with dichroic glass embellishments.

    Christina Purkiss


    Pam Steffen

    Pam's aprons are a great gift idea and you must have one of your own. Pam's style has made her sewing designs very popular with the locals and her buddie warms are a favorite for all ages.

    Chuck Steffen

    Chuck shows off the beauty of this area with fabulous photographs of scenes of the Grand Wash Cliffs, Joshua Trees, cacti, that are framed or unframed. Chuck has developed a very unique trademark to his frames, from barb wire, metal corners and many southwest designs with well-aged lumber.

    Nancy Stone

    Nancy's presents distinctive soaps in an array of shapes, bath salts and dream catcher earrings.

    Suz Wood