The Craft Revival would not be successful without the many unique artisans that participate at each event. They have so much creativity, each bringing their unique products, and outstanding personalities.
Here you can meet some of the artists and artisans that help make the Craft Revival what it is.
The fabulous duo behind Fablewood Homestead's hand-crafted products are Kerry Crooks and Curtis Wilson. They have been a part of the Craft Revival since the very beginning. Living just outside Thunder Bay in an off-grid homestead that they built themselves, they bring a variety of hand-carved, hand-crafted and hand-sewn goodies to each of our events.
Vik Wilen art
Vik Wilen is a prominent artist in Thunder Bay, who has had her work displayed in art shows throughout the city including Espresso Joya and Calico Coffeehouse. She has also been a part of the Craft Revival since the very beginning. Her art is beautiful and unique, showcasing landscapes that are common to our beautiful Northern Ontario.
Sarah Johnston created Lovely Body in 2012, and has since become one of the top sellers on Etsy, and most recently opened her store located on St.Paul St. She hand makes soaps, lotions, bath salts, sugar scrubs, whipped shea butters, perfume oils and more, all with the aim to make everything with the best ingredients around, free of toxic chemicals, so you can have a lovely body.