2018 Coupeville Arts & Crafts Festival program

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Information Booth

Located at the corner of Alexander and Coveland Streets. Find festival related information, peruse a large map, purchase festival memorabilia, find your favorite artist, and get directions.

Lost & Found

Check for lost/found articles and people at the Information Booth.

Bathrooms

Portable: throughout Festival grounds as noted on the map. Handicap Accessible: throughout Festival grounds as noted on the map.

First Aid

On site emergency services can be quickly located by contacting a volunteer or event staff member wearing a green vest. Event staff operate radio communications and will find appropriate help. Minor first aid complaints can be addressed at Booth #19 near the Information Booth.

ATM

The ATM is located in the Rec Hall across from the Information Booth on the corner of Alexander and Coveland Streets.

Parking

Festival Parking is conveniently located adjacent to the Entertainment and Food Court. Children’s Activities are located in the library. Daily parking fee is $5. Parking signs along Main Street direct patrons to festival parking. All parking attendants are Coupeville Boys and Girls Club volunteers.

FESTIVAL INFORMATION Parking fees directly benefit the Coupeville Boys and Girls Club (a Coupeville Festival Association partner), higher education scholarships and Coupeville Community project grants. There is NO charge for parking after 5PM on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Handicapped Parking

Requires a State endorsed permit. HC parking areas are shown on the Festival Map.

staff member in a green vest or law enforcement officer on site. In a real emergency, dial 911. Be specific about the incident and location of the incident you are reporting. Also state your own location. Appropriate security personnel will come to you. Festival grounds are monitored by 24 hour security during festival weekend.

Animals

Animals visiting the festival must be leashed and under control of the owner.

Bike Parking

Safely park your bike at the Coupeville Library on 8th and Alexander or Cook’s Corner Town Park at 9th and Main.

Security

Report security or safety related issues to any festival volunteer, event

Festival and Overflow Parking Signs along Main Street will direct you to either parking lot. Regular festival parking is located behind the Town of Coupeville parking lot also know as the Village Green (adjacent to the library). Overflow parking is located next to Island County Annex (WSU Extension Office area). Parking attendants at both locations are Coupeville Boys and Girls Club volunteers. Parking fees directly benefit the Coupeville Boys and Girls Club.

Parking is $5 Proceeds support the Coupeville Boys and Girls Club

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Coupeville Festival Association www.coupevillefestival.com

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REFLECTIONS

President Carol Heimgartner Moliter: I may have been President for only a few short months, but my involvement with the festival extends back to 1989 when I did the festival’s first professionally printed poster. I have been involved - in the background of publicity - with the festival almost continually since then. One would think I knew what I was getting into? H-m-m-m! What an absolute delight it has been to associate with the many, many volunteers needed to put this seemingly short event together. It is only two days, at least that is what the advertising says. Consider that the festival more than quaddruples the number of businesses in town. The artisans with vehicles, merchandise, tents and support personnel must be located within a three-square block area in a matter of hours late Friday and early Saturday. The tear-down on Sunday evening goes even quicker. Somewhere in that 48 hour period, a crowd estimated at 15,000 - 20,000 along with their vehicles, land in the same small space to enjoy the giddy atmosphere of a task well-done! Improvements this year include refinement of a more convenient overflow parking lot across from the County buildings; additional golf carts to transport weary shoppers and their merchandise back to the parking lots; and festival traffic routed around the food/music/beer location for a more leisurely experience for attendess taking a break from shopping.

Carol

President Coupeville Festival Association After our volunteers, one entity deserves special thanks. That is the Town of Coupeville, without whose support, professionalism and allegiance to this historic town environment, events such as the Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival could not happen.

Past President Mike Dessert, now Operations Chair: As an 18 year veteran volunteer, seven as board President, I have many positive experiences connected to this yearly event which requires year-round planning and activity. Community support is the single most impressive part of the festival which is managed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors and Chairmen. The festival has grown from an office in the back room of a volunteer’s house to a permanent office in Coupeville. Years ago the volunteer staff numbered less than 100. That number is now approximately 250 volunteers to assemble and tear-down the twoday event which is host to 15,000 - 20,000 visitors. The Central Whidbey Chamber of Commerce (as it was called in 1964), the Central Whidbey Sportsman group and the Front Street Development Association were the organizers of the first festival. The goal was to bring visitors to the Front Street area. The hope was that once people realized there were businesses located there, they would come back after the festival to patronize those businesses. Almost from the beginning the festival made more money than was required to operate the next year’s festival. The giving-back-to-the-community began! As of 2017, the festival had generated $976,000 which has been returned to the community in the form of project grants and scholarships. This year, barring unforseen difficulties, the festival should surpass the MILLION DOLLAR mark. What a commendation for the efforts of all the volunteers since 1964 who have made this possible!

Mike Operations Chair Coupeville Festival Association


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Table of Contents

Information..................................3 CFA Letters..................................4 Welcome To Coupeville..............7 Artist Bio......................................8 2019 Poster Contest....................8 Festival Artist Directory........10-11 Festival Map.........................12-13 Juried Art Gallery Info...............14 Entertainment............................15 Beer & Wine..............................15 Food Court................................16 Incident Management Plan.......17 CFA Board & Committees.........19 Volunteers..................................20 Sponsors....................................22

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Deborah Francis Deborah has been an artist and teacher for most of her adult life. She has taught ceramics and sculpture to high school, college, and adult students and worked as an art teacher at the international school of Kenya in Nairobi.

Stoneware, Raku clay, and recycled materials were her primary focus prior to discovering a relatively new material: polymer clay. Moving to Whidbey Island, Washington thirteen years ago from the “other Washington” allowed her to concentrate on using polymer clay to create jewelry and sculpture. The properties inherent in polymer clay opened up a world of color and texture. While polymer clay is generally used for small applications such as jewelry, she is exploring the use of the material on a relatively large scale to create relief sculpture. An example of her sculpture work is the image that was used on this years Arts and Crafts Festival poster. The desire to expand her art vocabulary led to working with various metals as well as incorporating found objects, beads and wire in both sculpture and jewelry. Since her time is divided between both media, some cross pollination occurs and new ideas emerge. Her working process can best be described as a tactile dialogue. The direction the work takes is guided by her willingness to see the unexpected and possible directions the sculpture or jewelry takes until it resonates with her.

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Mandalas, our relationship to nature and emerging forms in nature, recur in her work. Deborah’s jewelry work can be seen at Penn Cove Gallery here is Coupeville.

2019 Coupeville Festival Poster Art Submission OPEN NOW!

Open now to all Washington residents, a $500 honorarium is awarded to the selected artist. Apply online at www.coupevillefestival.com for the 2019 Coupeville Festival Poster Art Submission. Read the rules at http://coupevillefestival.com/ poster-art-contest-rules/. In addition to the $500 honorarium, the selected poster artist will receive: • Name recognition on posters and rack cards distributed throughout Western Washington • Featured page on the Coupeville Festival website with a link to the artist’s homepage Deadline for 2019 Poster Art Entry is 12:00 Noon November 15, 2018. For questions, call Carol Molitor, 360678-0636.


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FESTIVAL DIRECTORY

Ceramics / Pottery........... Booth #

Karla Kay Art................................ 74

Jewelry............................ Booth #

Briggs Shore Ceramics.............. 213

Mehndi Madness....................... 234

Bad Bee Jewelry.......................... 82

Cascadia Stoneware.................. 306

My Urban Poncho........................ 91

BeMused Creations................... 217

Cavelion Studio......................... 120

Red Door Rugs.......................... 176

Carol Upcycles........................... 169

Clovy T. Pottery......................... 111

Seafarmers................................. 190

Cheryl Parrott Jewelry............... 195

Jack Ferrell Tile & Design... 235/236

Sophiana Hat Design................. 230

Chrysalis.................................... 311

Madrugada Pottery..................... 95

The Bag Ladies of Sequim WA........................... 101

Colorburst Studios....................... 52

Whidbey Woolies.......................... 7

DJ’S Jewelry & Accessories....... 211

Garden Art...................... Booth #

Earth Worth Jewels.................... 186

Country Wreath...................... 62/63

Eron Hamill Artisan Jewelry......... 90

Drye Goods............................... 179

Linda Thorson Design............... 188

Forkedelic...................................... 1

Hatterdashery............................ 132

Melt Down.......................... 224/225

Fused Glass House.................... 198

Kozi Kidz...................................... 41

Owens Gardens......................... 160

Hang In There.............................. 47

Krinkly Batiks............................. 124

PNW Stoneworks....................... 107

Jewelry by Nicole Mendonca.... 141

Ma Graphics....................... 104/105

Shasta Image............................. 183

Jewelry For The Soul................... 93

Monika’s Design........................ 171

Smashing Glass......................... 203

Katie Enewold Jewelry.................. 5

Pure Intent.............................. 27/28

The Rustic Garden.............. 309/310

Keene’s Jewelry........................... 84

Renaissance Rags........................ 97

Whimsical Woods...................... 229

Klepper Glass.............................. 59

Uzura......................................... 133

Winfield Designs Home & Garden Art.................. 106

Lisa’s Creations.......................... 163

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Marlene VanBeek Jewelry......... 137

Bear Art Studios.......................... 14

Molly Willson Perry.................... 159

Island Art Glass........................... 3/4

Pearls by Nature........................ 202

Other Worlds............................... 15

Sauve Jewelry.............................. 37

Stems Vases............................... 130

Shadowfax Jewelry Bella Terra Silver.......................... 71

Natural Accents...................... 60/61 Clothing .......................... Booth # Circle Couture............................. 44 Designs by Jan Lough................. 50

Veronique Loggins.................... 152 Coupeville Merchants ..... Booth # Back to the Island...................... 147 Far From Normal....................... 208 One More Thing........................ 139 Penn Cove Gallery..................... 145 The Lower Loft Eatery............... 212 Whidbey Isle Yarns, Gifts and Teas............................ 210

Sue’s Glass Gardens.................. 121 Totally Blown Glassworks.... 112/113 Home Decor.................... Booth #

Decker Jewelry............................ 80

Mallard Rock ‘N’ Wire Art.......... 233

Shari Both Jewelry Design......... 192 She-ra Creations.......................... 16 Shi-Shi Design............................. 99

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Alice’s Wonderland.................... 180

Silentgoddess Art Jewelry........... 42

Baskets From Oz........................ 135

Bayside Treasures................... 88/89

Soul Reflections......................... 215

Bayside Kites............................... 65

Grams Gourds............................. 36

Stapleton-McErlane Design....... 118

Embroidery by Wanda............... 167

Michelle’s Art Design................... 51

Studio9k............................. 154/155

Eulogia Studio............................. 77

Red Door Art Studio.................... 31

SunMetal Jewelry........................ 32

Frill............................................. 128

Scentual Nature......................... 232

The Mermaid’s Tears.................... 10


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Una Barrett ............................... 103

Metalworks Art............................ 92

Gustoblende.............................. 158

Verso.......................................... 178

NW Gyotaku.............................. 114

Nectar of the Vine....................... 43

Leather............................ Booth #

Paperwings Studio..................... 181

Nut Hut Kitchen......................... 144

Ace Leather Goods Inc....... 300/301

Planet Popi......................... 156/157

Marjorie Dwiggins Handworked Leather.......... 115/116

Robert MacKenzie..................... 182

The Waisted Belt Co.................. 177

Sandra Tweed.............................. 58

Metal............................... Booth #

Susan McManamen Fine Art..... 197

Steven Craft................................. 12

Aurora 21 Designs..................... 205

The Arts & Crafts Press.............. 119

Terra Verde Foods....................... 64

Bayview Welding and Art... 193/194

The T House................................ 33

Blackwaters Metal................... 69/70

Tim Wistrom Fine Art Paintings............... 200/201

Toast Toppers/ Charmed Creations..................... 48

Driftwood Creations........... 304/305 Elegant Garden Design...... 220/221 FireSmith Copper................... 78/79 Freeborn Metal Art............. 108/109

Robert Tandecki......................... 172

True Red Betty............................. 55 Vestuto Chart Art......................... 30 Vicki Wickell Watercolors............. 75

Olive Branch.............................. 222 Papa Ray’s MarketPlace.......... 25/26 Riley’s Spice of Life.................... 170

Trilby’s BBQ Sauce & Spices...... 175 Whidbey Island Fudge Co...... 39/40 Toys................................. Booth #

Jerry Hill Designs......................... 17

Photography.................... Booth #

Creature Comfort...................... 219

Metal Art............................. 302/303

J Hummel Photographics....... 45/46

Doug’s Puzzles........................... 129

Personalized Signs PDQ.............. 98

Jean Claude Louis Studio............ 49

Learn and Play............................. 76

Petstuff!....................................... 66

Kathy Zimmerman Photography.................................. 6

Wood............................... Booth #

Rusty Stuff.................................. 196 Trapp Industries...................... 21/22 Wildlife Images....................... 72/73 Painting/Drawing/ Print Making ................... Booth # Cats Dogs Words......................... 96 Dean Rocky Barrick.................... 123 Designs by Lisa.......................... 127 Drawn II Draw..................... 148/149 Elizabeth Person Art & Design.............................. 216

Kris Sproul Photography.............. 13

3D Wood Maps.......................... 8/9

Leave a Trail Photography........... 38

Beyond the Beach..................... 312

Lee and Bryce Mann Photography........................... 53/54

Cool Woods............................ 56/57

Ray Sheffer’s Photography............. 2 Soap/Body Care............... Booth # Awe Botanical Parfum............... 214 Fox Island Trading Co................ 153 North Whidbey Farm.......... 173/174 Realms Bath & Body Line.......... 164

Fisher Woodworking................... 18 Hair Claws.................................... 85 Jack & Sons’ Unique Birdhouses.................... 117 Lebenzon Paintbrushes............. 122 Logan Concepts................. 206/207 NotsoDull!................................. 165

Fat Dragonfly Collection........... 102

Sophisticated Soap............. 150/151

Hung Nguyen Fine Art................ 11

Specialty Food ................ Booth #

Hungphamarts........................... 204

3 Generations Jam.................... 166

Ivy Cottage............................. 67/68

Black Tie Caramel...................... 162

Sibbett Studio.................... 226/227

Julie Peterson Oil Paintings....... 168

B’s Rubs ...................................... 94

Stuff Boxes................................. 185

Mary Gibbs Watercolors............ 191

Gone Fishin’.............................. 100

Tom the Irishman................ 307/308

Racks Plaques and More........ 23/24 Sandy’s Wood Shoppe................ 81


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JURIED ART GALLERY

The Art Gallery Opening is held in the Coupeville Recreation Hall Friday, August 10, beginning at 7 pm. The opening is a social event designed for patrons to stroll through and purchase multi-media fine art. The gallery is also open regular festival hours from 10 am - 6 pm Saturday, and from 10 am - 4 pm Sunday.

commemorative glass and one glass of beer or wine. An additional beverage is available for purchase. Light hors d’oeuvres will be served. Tickets can be purchased at Artworks Gallery, Penn Cove Gallery, Garry Oak Gallery, Rob Schouten Gallery and the Pacific NorthWest Art School prior to August 9 or at the door August 10.

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The juried gallery is open to artists in all medias. Artists submit their work to be juried one week prior to the festival. Each year approximately 100 artists enter up to three pieces of art work for jurying into the festival gallery. The 2018 art gallery jurors are Rob

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1. If you see a life threatening incident, call 911 2. If you see something unusual, say something to a festival official. Incident team members are wearing green vests. Questionable incidents may be reported to a CFA Incident Team Member in a green vest, or you can walk into the Festival Communications Command Center at the corner of Grace and Coveland Streets, 901 Grace Street. Communications Command Center representatives are in direct contact with multiple agencies. The ultimate goal of the Coupeville Festival Association, the Coupeville Town Marshal and Island County Emergency Services is to provide a safe community event for all participants. We want your visit to Coupeville to be fun, pleasant and a positively remembered experience.

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CFA BOARD AND COMMITTEE CHAIRS COUPEVILLE FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION COMMITTEE CHAIRS ART GALLERY & OPENING Pacific NorthWest Art School Margaret Livermore ARTISAN BOOTHS Internal Team: cfabooth@gmail.com

POSTER DISTRIBUTION Melinda Erickson POSTER PRODUCTION & ADS Carol Moliter RECYCLE John Moon

Your Community Theater

Whidbey Playhouse Presents

2018-19 Season Calendar

Disney’s The Little Mermaid JR. Directed by Tatyana Moore

July 19-29, 2018

Daddy Long Legs

Co-Directed by Doug Langrock and Cynthia Kleppang

September 7-23, 2018

The Octette Bridge Club

CHECK OUT Peoples Bank Mark Mouw Elka Burnett

SOCIAL MEDIA Sami Postma

Best Christmas Pageant Ever

CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES Peg Tennant

STREET MONITOR & LOGISTICS Dale Folkestad

Nov 30 - Dec 16, 2018 A Streetcar Named Desire

ENTERTAINMENT Randy Williams

VOLUNTEER COORDINATORS Melinda Erickson Erin Straub

February 8-24, 2019 She Loves Me

FOOD BOOTHS Leslie Franzen HOSPITALITY Melinda Erickson

WEBMASTER Sami Postma WINE & BEER GARDEN Lynda Eccles

INFO BOOTH Terry Bible

PARADE COORDINATOR Dale Folkestad

COUPEVILLE FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS PRESIDENT: Carol Moliter VICE-PRESIDENT: Lynda Eccles SECRETARY: Melinda Erickson TREASURER: Elka Burnett BOARD MEMBER 1: John Schisel BOARD MEMBER 2: Peg Tennant BOARD MEMBER 3: Dale Folkestad

Off Season

Directed by Paul Pierce

Directed by Ingrid Schwalbe

Directed by Gaye Litka

April 5-28, 2019 Incorruptible Directed by Dave Frazer

June 7-23, 2019 Thursday, Friday, Saturday 7:30pm Sunday Matinee 2:30pm

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OPERATIONS Mike Dessert

PARKING Boys and Girls Club: Josie Prescott

Directed by Kevin Wm. Meyer

Oct 26 - Nov 11, 2018

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VOLUNTEERS

The Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival is the oldest, continuously all-volunteer festival in the State of Washington. The festival continues to update it’s systems now asking volunteers to register through the web site www.coupevillefestival. com/. Go to the web site home page, click on “Community” at the top of the page, then select “Volunteer Opportunities” - Choose your area of interest, follow the prompts for registering and you’re in! Many of our volunteers come from local organizations such as • Coupeville Lions Club • Coupeville Boys and Girls Club • Coupeville Chamber of Commerce • High School Sports Teams

• High School Scholastic Associations • NAS Whidbey Island Our primary resource for volunteers continues to be the dedicated residents of the Coupeville area. Please join us to help make this weekend a success for all the visitors to our beautiful and unique community

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SPONSORS

Catherine Martyn

Pleased to be a Festival Sponsor

Ron Eaton

Tami Fallon

Jacki Jacukowicz

NMLS# 486653

Breakfast & Lunch on the Water - Daily Fresh Baked Treats • Homemade Soups & Sandwiches 360.678.5431 • 4 Front Street • Coupeville

THE MASONS OF WHIDBEY ISLAND LODGE #15 Saturday of the festival weekend, the Mason’s Hall at the corner of 8th Street and Main serves a delightfully delicious pancake breakfast open to the public. Breakfast includes: Pancakes, Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Coffee and Orange Juice Hours: 8AM – Noon Adults: $8.00 Under 12: $4.00 **Carry out containers available

Kevin Engstrom

AVP/Senior Real Real Estate Loan Real Estate Loan Real Estate Loan VP/Island County Real Officer, Freeland Officer, Freeland Officer, Oak Harbor Festival Estate Loan Estate Loan Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival and the Coupeville NMLS# 114179 NMLS# 486649 NMLS# 624030 Officer, Coupeville Manager, Freeland Association extends a big thank you to our Sponsors and Supporters: NMLS# 114057

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FRIENDS OF THE FESTIVAL Carl Freund

Les Schwab Tires Clinton

Central Electric

Pacific Rim Institute for Environmental Stewardship

Central Whidbey Fire and Rescue Concrete NW Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association

Red Apple Market Town of Coupeville USN Medical Corp

Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve

WhidbeyHealth Emergency Services

Freeland Industrial Arts Park

Wilbur Purdue

Island County Amateur Radio Club

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Come explore your creative side at Island Herb, a 21+ recreational cannabis retail shop and dispensary located on the south end of beautiful Whidbey Island. It’s a space that inspires seekers and adventurers from all walks of life. Start your own journey into cannabis and stop by Island Herb today.

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