Hullabaloo Makers Feature: Wet-plate photography, Yarn, and Lights!

Tom Delooza’s Wet-Plate Studio – Tom Delooza lives in Kingston, NY, where he builds still-lifes and tableaus to photograph with his hand-built cameras, using antiquarian photographic and printing processes.  At Hullabaloo, you can see Tom’s ethereal, atmospheric work at space #12, and talk to him about setting up a unique portrait session.  

Full Moon Farm’s Fabulous Fibers – Laura raises her flocks in Gardiner, NY and Maine, creating her fiber products from start to finish, from shearing the animals, hand-washing and dyeing the fiber, spinning the yarn, and making the felt, roving, and batts.   The quality of Laura’s yarn, combined with her eye for color, produces gorgeous yarn for your own projects, as well as fantastic finished accessories for men, women, and children.  You can find her products at several local yarn shops, and at the Vogue Knitting LIVE events in New York City.  She’ll be in space #1 at Hullabaloo, so say hello!  

Brookside Bungalow – Maggie Salesman’s handmade pendant lights can be seen at Le Shag in uptown Kingston.   In addition to these unique and functional art pieces, she’ll also have some of her vintage finds for sale in “The Arch” section of Hullabaloo, space #33.  Need a gift for that hard-to-find someone who appreciates great design?  Or the collector on your list?  Stop by and see Maggie!