2022 Commercial Exhibits

#951 – Watford’s Woodworks, Manning, SC
Assorted handcrafted wood items such as furniture, lighthouses, animal designs, home decor, and many other items. Some are burned, stained, or painted as a finishing touch. All burned and stained outdoor items are coated and weathered sealed.

#952 – SouthernWood Paddle Company, Charlotte, NC
Handmade sinker cypress canoe, SUP, and kayak paddles. All cypress is recovered locally from the low-country region of South Carolina.

#953 – Winyah Designs, Georgetown, SC
Oyster art and home decor. All shells and driftwood are collected by the owner from local beaches and barrier islands. Items include sailboats, candles, canvas art, napkin rings, dishes, ornaments, wine charms, and a few seasonal items.

#954Duwel Photography, LLC, Lexington, SC 
Lowcountry photographic art. Photographs, framed, matted and giclee canvas.

#955Eaton’s Antique Art and Images, Calabash, NC 
Original maps, sea charts, and fish prints. Specializing in South Carolina maps and prints.

#956C19 Handmade, Georgetown, SC 
Earrings and necklaces made from brass and sterling silver wire and sheet that is hammered and formed and then patinated in blues, greens, and browns to create an earth and water palette. The metals are finished with pearls, coral, semi-precious stones and leather. Nautical motifs are echoed in anchor, paddle, and sea life representations.

#957Paintings by Sande, Pawleys Island, SC 
Watercolor paintings are of marine animals, coastal scenes, and life in the Gullah community. Items made exclusively from shells collected on South Carolina beaches include Christmas trees, Nativities and ornaments. All items are hand made.

#961 – Big Ship Salvage, Milan, OH

Salvaged antique brass and copper nautical lights and decor.

#963 – Ovidiu Caradinta, McClellanville, SC

Scaled models of Georgetown style rice trunks that are used to manage wetlands

#964 – Caines Boys Decoys, Georgetown, SC
Model wooden boats and duck decoys carved by local sportsmen Roy and Jerry Caines, grandsons of legendary decoy carver, Hucks Caines. Art prints and the book, “A Caines Family Tradition”, by Jerry Wayne Caines will also be available.

#966 – Kay & Tom Rugh, Murrells Inlet, SC

Tom paints in Acrylic. Kay paints in Acrylic and Watercolor

#968 – Mauswares, Hollywood, SC

Handcarved ornaments with nautical and beach designs.

#969 – Sherlock Art, Georgetown, SC

Paintings and photographic prints, painted wooden lighthouses, small pirate themed items.

#971 – Glazed Expressions, Rock Hill, SC

Handmade ceramic art both functional and artistic with a beach theme.

#972 – Rick & Billys Carvings & More, N. Myrtle Beach, SC

Chainsaw carved fish out of cedar and cypress. Driftwood sailboat wall hangings and nautical handbags.

#973 – David R. Lake, Pawleys Island, SC

Painted sea life wood carvings – fish, alligators, sea turtles – and nautical signs.

#974 – Lisa’s Handmade Jewelry, Charleston, SC

Handmade shell, semiprecious stone, silver necklaces and bracelets.

#975 – Jeff Cribb, Conway, SC

Original art and prints displaying the direct connections between tattooing and sailing, from its origins with captain cook in the Polynesian island to the naval sailor and merchant marines of the world wars to the modern sailors still paying homage to those traditions.

#977 – Op Art Sandblasted Glass and Mirror, Little River, SC

Nautically themed designs sandblasted on any kind of glass and mirror.

#978 – Carolina Custom Canoe Paddles, Walterboro, SC
Handcrafted canoe, kayak and stand up paddles made from exotic hardwoods.

#979 – Asher Robinson Folk Art, Pawleys Island, SC

Folk sportfish and sailboats by local artist Asher Robinson.

#980 – Jones Custom Knives, Lake Toxaway, NC

Stainless steel oyster knives and hunting with handles made from native and exotic woods and with leather sheaths.

#981 – Sterling Graham Collection, Orlando, FL

Teak furniture, folding teak arm-chairs, and hand-carved teak sport fish

#982 – Chris Doyle Fine Arts, Murrells Inlet, SC

Original oil paintings

#983 – John Tanner Calls, Hemingway, SC

Duck & turkey calls made from ancient cypress carbon dated at 55,000 years. Pine needle baskets featuring wood burned river and sea life scenes.

#984 – Amazing Journey, Inc., Georgetown, SC

Amazing Journey supports inmates in the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Reentry Services as they complete tradsman certifications, gain employment after release, and start new lives in the community. The guys in the carpentry program are excited to share their original pieces of craftsmanship that include various handmade maritime-themed household items.

#985 – Megan Dumont, Pawleys Island, SC

Lowcountry marsh watercolor landscapes and cyanotypes of local marsh grass and other local flora

#986 – Red Rocket LLC, York, SC

Single and double switch plates in burnished aluminum and dark metal in the form of flounders for light switches and receptacles. All hand-burnished and made locally.

#987 – Siau Designs, Georgetown, SC

Jewelry, home decor & ornaments made with oyster shells and sea shells.

#988 – Boat Used Part Search (BUPS), Mount Pleasant, SC

BUPS is a free search service for US boaters limited to: used, re-built, clearance, NOS & vintage boat parts.

#989 – Sunbrella, Glen Raven, NC

Sunbrella is the world’s premier performance fabric for contract, furniture, awning and marine markets. Known for its superior fade resistance, easy clean ability, and beautiful styling. Sunbrella is a first choice for performance fabrics that can be used indoors and out.

#991 – The Nantucket Bagg Co., Nantuckett, MA

The world’s only fully reversible and convertible tool tote. It’s a tote bag and a backpack, it’s a tool roll and a tool rack.

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