Art Show

Agriculture & Artistry… A Shopper’s Delight

While the California Nut Festival is committed to connecting the community with farmers, growers and producers in the North Valley, it is also a driving force in making a connection between agriculture and the fine arts of our community. As event attendees are enjoying the wonderful variety of foods and beverages on the historic and beautifully manicured grounds of Patrick Ranch, they are also encouraged to plan time to visit the Artisan Faire where local artists and artisans will be displaying and selling their works. Included this year is a wide variety of artistry such as paintings, jewelry, handcrafted wood, ceramics, stained glass and mosaic art. New this year, all event ticket holders will be given a raffle ticket to bring to the Art Barn where they will have a chance to win art donated by participating artists.

2024 California Nut Festival Participants

Artisan Faire Participants

  • Merlyn Newlin (Merlyn Creations) Unique one-of-a-kind hand crafted silver and mixed metal jewelry.
  • Bob Spore (Spore Family Creations) Turned resin and wood bowls and vases
  • Moo Carlson (Art Jewelry by Moo) Wire Jewelry, Aprons, Hand Towels, Potholders, and Pillow Covers
  • T.J. & Teri McClurg (Oak Revival) Homemade wine barrel tables & décor
  • Jennie Johnson (Designs by Jennie) Handmade wire wrapped pendants, earrings bracelets, headbands, suncatchers, rings, etc.
  • Morea Martin (Designs By Morea) Clothing & accessories created by Morea. Original artwork inspired by nature.
  • Kristina Brown (Bullets n Bling) Recycled butllet casings turned into fashion jewelry. Necklaces, earrings, rings, bracelets, & cuff links. Locally made
  • Claudia Mojica (Yaya's Jackets) Upcycled and embellished denim jackets
  • Nancy Wade, Marianne Daniels & Connor Wade Slow stitched fabric totes & smaller bags; jewelery, necklaces, unique combinations of wire wrapping and stones; original photography on metal, canvas.
  • Lou & Cathy Mione (Woodgrainz) Beautifully hand crafted wood products by Lou Mione made from local hardwoods.