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Summer's Maker's Market. Guest Curated by Airyka Rockefeller

  • The Indie Alley 69 Bolinas Road Fairfax, CA, 94930 United States (map)

Join us for a special summer edition of our Makers Market, guest curated by Airyka Rockefeller with some of her favorite female Bay Area artists and chefs. This is a unique opportunity to see this selection of makers in Marin, many of whom are creating special pieces for our market! Pop by and visit our Summer Maker's Market (with extended hours). Buy something beautiful for you, your friends or your home, and stay for a drink or even lunch.

Airyka Rockefeller is a freelance photographer and artist based in San Francisco. In addition to editorial and commissioned photographic projects, Airyka works as a creative-consultant and curator on projects related to fashion, film, flora, food, retail, and interior design. She is the co-founder of Amending, an annual, curated, pop-up shop. 



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Julie Cloutier is an artist living and working in rural California. Her ceramic work focuses on handheld sculptures, functional wares and everyday objects. She investigates domestic rituals and draws upon her architectural background to inform her minimalist lines. 

Julie will be providing her classic, minimal ceramics as well as a few small paintings for Maker’s Market. 

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Zoe Dering is an artist and pastry chef native to the Bay Area. Her ceramic work explores the meeting point between primitive craft and our modern lives. Zoe’s pieces are gorgeous, patterned, playful and intended for regular, everyday use.  

Zoe will be providing one-of-a-kind functional pieces including table wares, teapots, bowls and more.

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Belle Bueti re-homes clothing, allowing its story as an object, and its relationship to a body, to be continually written and re-written.  Belle currently runs her vintage clothing business, Body Philosophy Club, out of a small studio in the Outer Sunset in San Francisco. Body Philosophy Club is vintage clothing for maximum embodiment, all sourced from within the Bay Area. 

Her pieces for Maker’s Market will include one-of-a-kind antique dresses, simple linen staples, and bright silky things. 

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Shaine Drake is an artist and teacher living and working near the ocean in San Francisco.  

For Maker’s Market she'll be offering a variety of one-of-a-kind hand marbled papers, framed and unframed, as well as unique vegetable-tanned leather marbled wallets and cases, and 100% cotton caps.

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OMI OMI is a plant based meal-delivery and artistic catering company based in the Outer Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco. 

Nutrition and color-forward, for Maker’s Market, OMI OMI will be offering an assortment of fresh market goods to take away and enjoy at home (galaxy tortillas, jars of tahini green sauce) as well as vegan treats, dragonfruit chia pudding and vibrant glass noodle salads made to order.

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Carrie Vawter is a textile-artist based in Oakland, California. Her handmade quilts and pillows are modern, but heavily influenced by her Appalachian roots.

For the upcoming Maker’s Maket, Carrie will be providing an assortment of hand-printed pillows and quilts, as well as limited-edition yardage for your own projects and possibilities.

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Francis Loeffler is a private chef company offering inspired and healthful cuisine to individuals, families and small businesses in the Bay Area. As a natural chef, Andrea focuses on vibrant, diverse and whole foods influenced by world flavors but rooted in the tradition of local and seasonal eating. 

For Makers Market, Francis Loeffler will be providing crackers, granola and other healthy treats as well as refreshing libations.

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Bessma Khalaf is an interdisciplinary artist; her Oakland based business, Of Soil And Moss, transforms plants into a living art. 

For Maker's Market she will be offering a selection of ferns, pothos, anthuriums and various indoor tropical plants. They will all be in the form of a kokedama, an ancient bonsai method of keeping plants bound and small, by wrapping the roots in a mixture of clay, soil and moss.