2020 GEORGIA MUSHROOM FESTIVAL aka MUSH FEST
Tiffany Bray, the artist behind
PEACE OUT GLASS WORKS, has made mushroom art her passion. Her glass creations are amazing and truly unique. We're happy she joined our team.
Taylor is with us again for the second time. His specialty are fungi and herbs of the Appalachian Mountains. He will be happy to answer questions about the many ways to use medicinal mushrooms and plants.
Our friend Lisa and her son Abraham are going to be with us again this year selling a variety of CBD and hemp products.
TLC-CBD is based in Georgia and is dedicated to providing the highest quality and sell the most affordable, locally-sourced hemp and CBD products on the market. They dedicate attention to working with individuals for their special needs.
Eduardo, is an accomplished potter and makes extremely nice pieces of pottery art. He will bring some of his mushroom creations to our MushFest to delight us.
Especially for us, still a surprise.
HILLBILLY HOMESTEAD from Heflin, AL is bringing us tinctures, healing salves, jewelry and unique products from the Alabama countryside. I can personally vouch for the effectiveness of their salves, especially jewel weed (poison ivy), black drawing salve and plantain salve.
Robb Smith, the creative artist behind Iron Wolf, will sell his airbrush designs, but also do tattoos. He is currently designing a large design for our speaker hub. Roob joins us from Summerville, GA.
Glenda, the owner, is a graphic designer from Ft. Payne, AL, who is bringing her big screen press to print our event t-shirts.
This shop has so many wonderful items for the body and soul. Traci's plantain salve worked wonders on my itching eyes and other small cuts.
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Our mushroom friend and wedding photographer, Alicia Brown, from southern Alabama is joining our team at the Georgia Mushroom Festival with her art and photography. Take a look at how talented she is!
Jane-Marie brings us fantastic, hand-crafted Native-American-style jewelry and other items to decorate body, house and garden. Her selection is truly awesome.
John is a local icon; a retired teacher, artist, community volunteer and, still, a bad boy motorcycle racer. I recently volunteered at a summer camp and was assigned to John's pottery class . The kids enjoyed it so much and I, too, got "bitten" by the pottery bug. Any proceeds will support a youth center in Rome, GA.
Zachary Baum, the glass blower, just returned from Oregon and will give demos of his glass blowing art.
Many of his creations are mushroom-themed, but also feature other motives. I'm excited to see him doing his art.
Samantha Martin's company, Cradleboard, is a small batch herbal botanicals and apothecary. 95% of ingredients are grown by Samantha and her team and are locally sourced or wild crafted.
Samantha will do a distilling & essence making demo on both days.