October 13, 2017 Doors: 5PM
Show: 5:00 pm
Join us during Mobile Arts Council LoDa Art Walk on Friday the 13th as we celebrate the works of 13 local artists, small businesses & magic-makers at our October Merry Market.
Open at 5PM for Happy Hour, we will have a specialty cocktail menu fit for a spooky evening.
Free Entry, 5-9PM,18+
Stick around later into the night for music from Banditos, T. Hardy Morris, & The Hallers (ticketing starts at 9PM).
Patrick Tucker is an artist located in Mobile Bay who works in a variety of mediums & techniques from Pyrography to Painting.
Maggie will provide tarot card readings featuring her beautiful custom deck & years of practice. Have something weighing on your mind? Let Maggie help you sort through it (and have a little fun!).
KELLER WORKS NATURAL
Featuring products made with organic ingredients and natural additives ideal for sensitive skin, Ryan & Krystn’s journey began 5 years ago when their baby was diagnosed with multiple severe food and chemical allergies and told to use sensitive soap and lotions; however, those products contained ingredients they weren’t comfortable using so they began making their own simple products for his delicate skin. As outside interest in the gentle soaps grew, the two expanded to production of salves, essential oil roll-ons, lip balms, bath soaks & more.
Sean & Phyllis Lovelace are vintage goods dealers based in Alabama. Featuring an eclectic mix of art, jewelry, clothing, housewares, & more.
CW Neese is a tattoo artist who owns & operates Wayward Son Tattoo in Mobile. He will feature original watercolors, prints & more.
Pretty Good Succulents
A labor of love from Joe Hudson featuring pretty good succulents in fun and unique planters.
Mason & Vela Candle Co.
Mobilian Garrett Hughes creates hand-poured, clean-burning soy candles that feature beautiful scents in concrete bases or mason jars.
Multimedia artist in Mobile, slinging handmade buttons and prints.
Our own Victoria Nix will be selling handmade earrings, smudge sticks & more!
Carpe Diem is a locally owned & operated coffee roaster and cafe located in Spring Hill. They will have a pop up bar featuring fresh brewed coffee & pastries (which go great with some of our liquor options!).
Gary Wrong & David M.
Two pals making custom lighting/lamps + selling vintage records, art & more.
Rachael is a local artist and tattoo apprentice from Fairhope. She works with several mediums but has a natural predisposition towards woodcuts and watercolors. She will have originals and prints available for purchase.
Local artist who paints beautiful designs on cattle skulls.