Alana and Evan are inspired by Maine’s mountains, its rugged coastline, and the beauty that’s inherent in the stones they use.
Rustic Maine goods inspired by four generations of lobstering, craftsmanship, and fierce independence.
These Maine-made wind bells are not your standard wind chimes. They echo the gong and bell buoys in the areas for which they’re named.
Love lava cake? Jarva Cakes is the single-serving just-add-water-and-microwave solution to what’s for dessert.
Home of the Original Slate State Cheeseboards, A&E Stoneworks makes unique and functional housewares made from Maine slate, granite, and beachstones.
Denise Dion-Sullivan walks along local beaches searching for sea glass, beach stones, and other natural elements that the sea washes ashore to create her simply stated pieces. Read more about Denise’s designs.
Paul Sampson and his wife, Jula, have turned their love of mollusks and woodworking into their business, Oyster River Joinery.
Inspired by the many buoys in Pemaquid Harbor, our products begin at that magical place where the sea meets the sky. — Marley Wilkinson, Cobalt Sky Studio
Lola Arts’ inspiration comes from Rickie Drake’s belief that functional art makes everyday life a bit better. Learn more about our featured Maine maker.
Julia M. Doughty has always been impassioned by the sea and in its proximity she feels alive and creatively complete. She scavenges Maine seashores to create these beautiful natural sculptures.
Based out of the little town of Carthage, Kim Dailey, of Dailey Woodworking, has been working deep in the woods of Western Maine for almost two decades, crafting Maine-made goods.