The patchwork indie arts & festival is coming to Santa Ana again on May 29, at 2202 N. Main St., at Buffalo.
This event showcases over 75 local independent artists, crafters and designers in an outdoor setting. come down and eat & drink from local cafe & restaurant booths as you listen to tunes and peruse goods from the best southern california creators.
Look & shop… clothing for men, women & kids, handbags, accessories, art, ceramics, home goods, garden finds, plushies, jewelry, paper goods, edible treats, pet gear, crochet & knit goods, kits & patterns, bath & body goodies & more. check out our bike valet, eco-gift wrapping station & diy crafting tables for adults & kids.
Go to WWW.PATCHWORKSHOW.COM for details.
The patchwork indie arts & crafts festival is a bi-annual event showcasing local emerging artists, crafts & designers. attend one of our events and eat & drink from local cafe & restaurant booths as you listen to tunes and peruse goods from the best southern california creators. look & shop… clothing for men, women & kids, handbags, accessories, art, ceramics, home goods, garden finds, plushies, jewelry, paper goods, edible treats, pet gear, crochet & knit goods, kits & patterns, bath & body goodies & more. the patchwork team carefully selects unique creations.
delilah snell & nicole stevenson are the co-creators/producers of patchwork show. our amazing volunteers & sponsors make the shows possible
Delilah snell is the owner of the road less traveled, an environmentally friendly store based in santa ana, california. featured in sunset magazine, the fine living network, LA times, KCRW and numerous other media outlets, her store has won several awards for environmental products and education for the past 5 years. a staunch supporter of the local food movement, delilah has worked closely with several local farms, non-profits and community groups in marketing, product development and event planning and lectures on food sustainability for almost 10 years. delilah is also a Master Food Preserver and has started a line of local, organic preserves called Backyard In A Jar teaching classes on proper food preservation across the state. in 2006, she co-founded patchwork show with her niece nicole to provide a high-quality, local goods in the marketplace. a life-long resident of orange county, she currently lives in santa ana and writes about local, economical living on her blog Project Small.
While attending graduate school for creative writing in san francisco, nicole started painting. after her first art show sold out, she headed down to los angeles to make a go of it as an artist. on her new artistic path, went from selling paintings on the boardwalk at venice beach to having her art showcased in over 20 artshows in california as well as co-founding G.A.S.- a organization that raised funds for charities through art events and hosted group art shows in the los angeles area. she made the switch to wearable art, creating random nicole, her line of art-inspired clothing for men, women & children, which is carried at over 250 locations worldwide and has been featured in press in over 40 publications including squeeze OC, riviera magazine & daily candy. in 2006 she co-founded patchwork show with her aunt delilah. nicole’s strong convictions to accessible affordable art are prominent in all her ventures.