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Looking to become a vendor at Texas Reds 2017?
Applications are now available! (Limited space available - APPLY TODAY!)

Calling all artists! If you create original handmade works in one of the accepted categories (mixed media, ceramics, drawing, fiber, functional art, jewelry, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, watercolor, woodwork), apply for to participate in this year's festival! All vendors selected to participate in the Artisan Avenue will be entered into a juried competition sponsored by The Arts Council.  Prizes will go to the top three vendors, and the top artist will be announced as "Best of Festival" on stage during the first day and will receive a ribbon to display in their booth during the festival.  Stay tuned for more information about the process and prizes.

Artist’s Showcase

 Jpear Design: Ceramics

Jpear Design: Ceramics

 Mark Baugus: Drawing

Mark Baugus: Drawing

 Sherry Killingsworth: Drawing/Pastels

Sherry Killingsworth: Drawing/Pastels

 Silverthread Designs: Jewelry

Silverthread Designs: Jewelry

 Syl Shoemake: Jewelry

Syl Shoemake: Jewelry

 George Coll: Painting

George Coll: Painting

 Mary Kay's Fine Art: Painting

Mary Kay's Fine Art: Painting

 Danika Ostrowski: Painting

Danika Ostrowski: Painting

 Volker Images: Photography

Volker Images: Photography

 Carol Henrichs: Photography

Carol Henrichs: Photography

 Mirka Hokkanen: Prints

Mirka Hokkanen: Prints

 Nancy Sullins Fine Art: Photography

Nancy Sullins Fine Art: Photography

 

Arts and Crafts

Like wine, arts and crafts are a matter of taste. Whatever you prefer, the Texas Reds Steak and Grape Festival has it. The best vendors in Texas set up shop in Historic Downtown Bryan, offering everything from small crafts to pottery, iron making, clothing and, of course, wine accessories.