The coolest artisans and crafters come to the West Virginia Renaissance Festival. Whether local or traveling, fine art or folk, you’ll find something for all tastes and every budget. Use the list as a guide and go right to what you want, or wander around the grounds and browse. You can’t go wrong!


  • Mark Haller Glass — live glass blowing demonstrations
  • Whipperwill Archery — demonstrations by Master Archer Bill Darr


  • Wolfsden Forge — iron work
  • Dragonspirations — sculpted dragons
  • Blackberry Botanicals — herbs, teas, soaps and lotions
  • Blossoms and Buds — jewelry and dried flowers
  • Argenti — gold and silver jewelry
  • Argenti Tapestries — tapestries
  • Moonstruck Maple — syrup and cotton candy
  • Phaedre’s Place — essential oils, amulets, driftwood
  • Family Name History — scrolls and plaques
  • Rumplestiltskins — gold and silver name jewelry
  • Sky Chairs — hanging chairs
  • Staves ‘n Such — walking sticks and scrolls
  • Teague Gardens — fairy gardens, birdhouses, wreaths
  • Thru Sherri’s Eyes — etched glass
  • New Pterodactyl Leather — costuming and accessories
  • The Two Tinkers —fine art, elf ears, henna, wire wrapped jewelry
  • WV MountainEars — coin jewelry and ear cuffs
  • Pepi’s Puzzle Rings —sterling silver puzzle rings and pewter pendants
  • Celestial Thyme — readings and astrological pendants
  • Mark Haller Glass — glass blowing
  • Starfire Swords
  • Swords by Alan Meek
  • Bows by Bill Darr
  • Whistling Winds — bird call flutes
  • Wooden Swords and Shields
  • Puck’s Creations — pan horns, wings and wands
  • Lake Fairy Creations — fantasy headdresses and jewelry
  • King Richard’s Flowers — flowers for your paramour

Plus caricatures, face painting, hair braiding, henna, and fairy hair!