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Registration forms for the different JugFestival venues

Pottery, Arts and Crafts Vendor Application: this is a fillable form if opened in Acrobat Reader

Non-Profit Food Service Permit

Food Vendor Form: this is a fillable form if opened in Acrobat Reader

Here is a listing of vendors that are showing and selling wares at the 2017 JugFest

Payne Pottery

Opened in 2001.  Ronnie Payne turns utilitarian stoneware and Folk Art pottery, being a production potter, he formulates his stoneware clay body as well as his own unique glaze colors.

His work has been on display at the Bartow County History Museum and the Cultural Arts Alliance in Cartersville, Georgia, the Crawford County Historical Society Museum in Knoxville, Georgia, the Rockmart Civic Arts Commission Gallery in Rockmart, Georgia and the Swan Coach House Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia.

His pottery is for sale at the Payne Pottery Studio in Emerson, Georgia, the Bartow County History Center and Tellus, Northwest Georgia Science Museum in Cartersville, Georgia and at various Art Festivals in the Southeast.

Payne Pottery
P.O. Box 183
97 “Old” Old Alabama Road
Emerson, Georgia 30137


Brhonda Payne

designs unique jewelry which includes, earrings and hand designed pendants. The jewelry is designed from Sterling Silver, 14 kt. Gold Filled, Swarovski Crystals, Antique Beads and Natural Gemstones. The Sterling Silver Wire pendants are created to be one of a kind and uniquely different. The Clay Pendants are hand designed, fired in a kiln, and wrapped with Sterling Silver Wire. Her jewelry is for sale at the Payne Pottery Studio in Emerson, Georgia, the Bartow County History Center and Tellus, Northwest Georgia Science Museum in Cartersville, Georgia and at various Art Festivals in the Southeast.

Denise Nobles, Copper Top Pottery

Hand thrown pottery, roosters, Owls, Bowls, and Jugs. Follow us on Facebook

Allen Gee

I was born in Statesboro, Georgia and grew up in a rural farming community in Bulloch County My interest in pottery began when I took a ceramics course in college. Using the natural clay and mineral resources of Georgia to make pottery appealed to me as well as the aspects of the craft that allow a way to be creative in an industrial environment. I improved my skills by working in Macon as a production potter for two years. I mix stoneware clay in a motorized washtub and produce wheel thrown pottery on an electric wheel. Some of my glazes are derived from local minerals including iron sand, hardwood ashes, and a gneiss-hornblende stone. The minerals are pulverized using a hammer mill and jar mill to produce a fine powder that is mixed with clay and water then applied to a bisque-fired pot. Most of the stoneware is fired in a wood burning kiln where it reaches temperatures hot enough to melt the homemade glazes. Hot embers and flames enhance the clay and glazes causing glaze runs, pooling, and flashing marks on the clay.

JugFest proudly welcomes Daniel and Sherrie Boone

They have been with this festival since the very beginning.

Jerry Emmons, Mulberrytree.com

Visit our website, https://www.mulburytree.com/home.html

Carolyn Ryan

I make fabric Yo-Yos that are applied to a variety of items, purses, bookmarks, stationary, photo albums ect...

Derek Belflower, PoSSum Pottery

Derek is from Cochran GA, and his work can also be found at the following festivals: Apple Festival (Ellijay), Gold Rush Days and Country Fest... Visit our Facebook Page PoSSum Pottery


Tracy Ryan

Note cards with original photographs of the local area.

Bo Thompson & his wife Angela Hodges

Began throwing pottery 4 years ago. Following a kidney transplant in March, 2011, Bo became a full-time potter.  Angela is a dentist by trade, but loves to throw pottery as much as possible.  Bo & Angela live on a 48 acre farm in eastern Newton County called Anna Beth's Farm.  They have a fully equipped pottery studio where they make folk art pottery & utilitarian pottery and Bo gives lessons. They sell pottery at the farm or at many festivals & pottery shows throughout the year.

Contact info: ph 404-281-5019
1132 County Road 229, Social Circle, Ga. 30025

Janice Hill Pottery

Hand thrown pottery made in the style of Cyrus Cogburn.  Visit my web site, http://www.janicehillpottery.com/

Kris Robson

Fuctional pottery made from Crawford County Clay.

Norma Voorhees


Magnetic Therapy Jewelry reduces and can remove pain due to many different ailments. Joint pain, muscle pain, headaches, arthritis, bursitis, rheumatism, neck pain, back pain, carpal tunnel are just a few of the ailments helped.

Not only are they therapeutic but they look and feel good on you.
Here is our web address: http://www.magneticsbynorma.com/
The website has detailed information of the ailments magnetic therapy helps and how magnetics work to reduce pain.



Marsha Charbonneau

I have been retired for a few years. I love and enjoy keeping busy as well as working with my hands. After a while of staying at home I decided I wanted to do something different so, I attended classes to learn how to make Jewelry. I set up my beading to see just what the product will look like beforehand.

If you want a customized piece please let me know. I branched out to Wind Chimes soon after to give my customers another thing of beauty. I thought my customers would enjoy it as much as I do. Visit my Facebook page.

Belinda Smith

From Columbus, Georgia www.thewildlifejourney.com


Marty Adams and Mary Meaders Adams

Cleveland Georgia, Visit our FaceBook page

Mike Williamson

from Alabama will be joining us...they have exhibited at the Merritt Pottery Festival, Georgia JugFest, Cotton Pickin Festival, Jerry Brown Arts Festival, Pottery Comes To Town (Cleveland GA), to name a few...


Mike Hanning

on Facebook

Robin Roling

Bobby Gaither
Gaither Folk Art Pottery, Alabama


Frank & Sharon Milner

Stone And Rock Art

Lydia King

Bottle and recycled Art

Joel Pitts

Lives and works in Thomaston, Georgia. The wood he uses for his bowls and troughs is cut by him personally. Joel only uses traditional tools hand made for him by a local blacksmith. All of his wood products are “food safe” and sealed with mineral oil to control moisture in the wood.








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