Festival Exhibitors

Wildwood Convention Center October 27 – 28, 2018

2nd Time Glass 319-320

Wendy Craig – New Jersey

The 2nd Time Glass Exhibit includes handmade jewelry and fanciful home décor and ornaments.
All About Sea Glass 206

Paula Fedele – Massachusetts

She uses authentic sea glass in her jewelry creations and home décor items.
Amyables Sea Glass 208

Amy Gray Kostecki – Massachusetts

Unique sea glass jewelry created with sterling silver and sea glass gel candles.
Annapolis Sea Glass Studio 205

Ellie Mercier – Maryland

ASGS specializes in DIY Sea Glass Jewelry kits, mosaics, and The Sea Glass Companion hobby book.
Artisan Sea Glass 215

Amy Schmitt – Washington

Handcrafted jewelry with original designs using natural sea glass to create wearable works of art.
Beach Baubles 309

Marianna Bellantoni – New York

Marianna is always busy in her home studio, creating tidal treasures for beach lovers to enjoy!
Beach Glass Bingo 303

Rex Nockengust/Gene Allen – California

One of a kind jewelry evoking a memorable day at the beach.
Bead Boutique 210

Tricia Hall – Maryland

Precious metals and natural sea glass – wearable art, inspired by the sea.
Bling Beach Glass Windows 218

Kristina Welchko – Michigan

The ultimate, temporary storage solution to display your beach/sea glass as an artful exhibit.
Blue Heron Heirlooms by Laura 114

Laura Delp – Pennsylvania

Laura creates works of art and fine jewelry with authentic, naturally surf-tumbled sea glass.
Cape Cod Gypsea 318

Kaya Alexandria Worthington – Massachusetts

Specializing in genuine, historical, sea glass from around the world. Every piece is one of a kind.
Chesapeake Sea Glass Jewelry 306

Nancy S. LaMotte – Delaware

Bezel-set sterling and 14K gold sea glass jewelry designed by Nancy LaMotte
Coastal Creations 315-316

Heidi Blake – Massachusetts

Heidi creates all natural sea glass coastal art works using natural sea glass as found, with no altering .
Coqui Corner Jewels 204

Mary & Frank Pearson – New Jersey

Coqui Corner Jewels presents handpicked authentic, unaltered sea glass designs.
Cottage Industry 209

Sarah Clements – Maryland

The glass speaks for itself in these simple, elegant silver and beach glass jewelry designs.
DMG Creations 202

Dottie Gilbo – Pennsylvania

Dottie hand creates silver jewelry using Precious Metal Clay and accents each piece with genuine sea and beach glass from all over the world.
Etched by the Sea 215-216

Kirsti Scott – California

Kirsti Scott creates art and designs with surf-tumbled sea glass. The home of Glassing Magazine and beach glass framed art and home decor.
Authentic Maryland Sea Glass 111-112

Frannie Phillips – Maryland

Sea Glass from the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland
Frosted Trash 203

Julie A. O’Brien – Maryland

Julie’s unique designs for her jewelry and accessories are inspired by natural beach finds from Maryland shores.
Gull Cottage Crafts 308

Merrideth Lassotovitch – Massachusetts

Unique stained glass panels incorporating hand-collected sea glass and pottery shards from southeastern Massachusetts.
HL Sea & Beach Glass Jewelry 101

Holly L’Hommedieu – New York

Visit Jewelry designer Holly L’Hommedieu for handcrafted jewelry, home décor, loose shards, drilled sea glass and an opportunity to make sea glass charms at her booth.
Janet Payne Jewelry 110

Janet Payne – New Jersey

Janet creates jewelry from sea glass she collects on her beach walks in Cape May.
Just Beachy Keen/Sea Glass Journal 201

Gary de Blois – Rhode Island

The Journal will have jewelry, Sea Glass Stoop t-shirts, a sea glass display, more.
Luke Hartmann Jewelry 220

Luke Hartmann – Maine

Luke Hartmann Jewelry emphasizes in creating unique handmade chains, earrings, pendants and rings, all made of 18K gold, fine silver and genuine found sea glass.
Mainely Sea Glass 310

Beth Frechette – Maine

Artisan Beth Frechette of Mainely Sea Glass handcrafts genuine sea glass jewelry set in fine silver.
Marooned Crab Creations 307

Bonnie Gordon – Arizona

MCC makes jewelry on a smaller scale (perfect for layering) using sea glass, pottery shards and shells.
Maryle Manua 212

Marie Helene Jouve – Tahiti, French Polynesia

Maryle Manua, Tahiti, French Polynesia, designs are made with genuine sea glass and Tahitian Black Pearls.
New Beginnings Sea Glass 109

Betsy O’Reilly – Connecticut

Betsy spends hours hunting sea glass on the beaches of Connecticut, Martha’s Vineyard, and Barbados and creates unique beach cottage style décor with her finds.
Ophiuroidea 301-302

Kim Hannon – Maryland

Ophiuroidea from St. Michaels, Maryland, featuring sea glass coastal art & decor, #seaglass t-shirts, stickers and more for the sea glass lover.
Poseys by the Sea 115-116

Sue A. Posey – Maryland

Jewelry, including sterling silver, and home décor created with glass primarily from the Chesapeake Bay.
Sea Gals Gallery of Delaware 213

Sue Lemmons – Delaware

Sisters create exclusive, unique sea glass jewelry, art and beachcombing bags for all ages.
Sea Ginny’s Beach Jewelry 105

Ginny Pointon – New Jersey

Sea Ginny’s Beach Jewelry offers pendants, bracelets, rings, earrings, and holiday pins with sea glass found along the Jersey Shore or the Caribbean.
Sea Glass Addict  217

Michele Sneider – New York

Sea Glass Addict is an apparel company which sells t-shirts relating to sea glass and the beach.
Sea Glass by Sharon 113

Sharon DeAngelo – Massachusetts

Sharon DeAngelo’s award-winning sea glass jewelry line, from the New England shoreline to your doorstep.
Sea Glass Designs 304

Gail & Bruce Barton – Connecticut

Sea Glass Designs jewelry is expertly crafted in our studio using sea glass from the Bahamas.
Sea Glass Heart Art 313-314

Stephanie Swain – Ohio

Sea Glass Heart Art creates sea glass mosaics, watercolor artwork, note cards and ornaments.
Sea Glass Searcher’s Club 207

Cindy Bilbao – Pennsylvania

Visit the beachcombing lifestyle boutique by Author, Cindy Bilbao. She has sea glass t-shirts, her photography and books that she will happily autograph.
Sea Goddess Treasures 311

Francine Mueller – Pennsylvania

Extensive variety of jewelry designs made with sea glass. Signature pieces are wire crochet necklaces.
Sea Witch Jewlz 317

Cheryl Besegai – Massachusetts

SeaWitch Jewlz provides the “ Unexpected “ in seaglass jewelry, because darkness is beautiful too.
SilverWhimsies Jewelry 108

Wendy Garver – Maryland

One of a kind, original earrings, rings, bracelets and necklaces using .925 sterling silver and genuine sea glass.
Spirit of the Sea Glass Jewelry 305

Dianne & Frank McLaughlin – Pennsylvania

Spirit of the Sea offers their award-winning wire wrapped sea glass jewelry.
STBeachfinds 103

Steve Gladhill & Tammy Thatcher – Maryland

Steve and Tammy create one of a kind pieces they hope you will love.
Surfside Sea Glass Jewelry 102

Denise Troy – New Jersey

Surfside Sea Glass creates unique designs in genuine sea glass.
The Funky Mermaid 107

Darlene Eldridge – New Jersey

The Funky Mermaid, Darlene Eldridge, has crafted her jewelry for 15 years. She’s won 36 awards, to professional acclaim.
The Sea Glass Grotto 211

Suzanne Hunter – New Jersey

Cape May County Artist Suzanne uses genuine sea glass and gemstones to create heirloom-worthy jewelry.
Uniquely Sea Glass 312

Liane & Brian MacDonald – Virginia

One-of-a-kind elegance, weathered by sand, surf and time.
Yank and Limey Seaglass 104

Ashley McHale – Virginia

Stylish and chic designs made with 100% genuine English seaglass.