Can’t miss the creators who come to the field + Supply Spring MRKT | Design & Decoration | Hudson Valley
Located on 73 acres of property along the Hudson River in Kingston, the historic Hutton Brickyard, which once housed a brick manufacturer that provided materials for iconic New York City structures like Yankee Stadium and the Cloisters. Today, its remaining industrial architecture—three steel-framed furnace sheds—twice a year plays host to another kind of waterfront maker magic: Field + Supply.
Founded by interior designer Brad Ford in 2014 as a modern take on a traditional arts and crafts marketplace, Land + Supply brings together a carefully curated selection of designers from across the country for one of the region’s most anticipated events. This Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29, more than 200 vendors across a wide range of categories – from high-end furniture and home decor to apothecary goods, ceramics, apparel, jewelry and small-batch food and beverages – will come together for three days of shopping accompanied by live music, demonstrations and gourmet dishes from local vendors.
Want help deciding who to head to when you arrive? We’ve compiled a shortlist of must-have designers you can’t miss.
Husband and wife design team Dana Brandwein and Daniel Oates are the designers behind BOD Homean artful line of homewares, including ceramics, serving dishes, bronzeware, bespoke lighting and furniture, handcrafted in their Litchfield County studio.
In addition to Brandwein’s handcrafted ceramics in contrasting black and white glazes, you’ll definitely want to linger over Oates’ heirloom-quality furniture. Practical pieces like benches, TV consoles and sideboards crafted from American-sourced hardwoods with minimal rustic detailing have indelible visual appeal thanks to his years as a fine art sculptor exhibiting in galleries and acclaimed institutions such as the Whitney Museum.
Rooted in traditional craftsmanship and influenced by pottery styles from North Carolina and England, Brad Lail’s eponymous line of wheel-turned stoneware is made in small batches at his Catskills studio. Product releases on Lail’s online store usually sell out in a day or two, so this is your chance to ogle hand-blended super saturated glazes in nature-inspired hues like fawn, bluestone, moss, and rhubarb and grab a few cups, plates or pasta bowls. in person.
Umber & Ocher
San Francisco-based clothing company Umber & Ocher was founded by Kunal Desai, a Mumbai native who grew up surrounded by his family in the apparel business. The company seeks to create an ethical supply chain by working with family-owned factories in India whose artisans use hand-woven natural fibers and traditional patterning and dyeing techniques. Pass and swoon over the seasonal collection of men’s and women’s clothing with intricate processes like ikat, brush-painted potai, and woodblock and leaf printing.
Are you looking for quality, sustainably produced jewelry at affordable prices? Walk in mana crafted, a New York-based line created by designer and goldsmith Amanda “Mana” Paulsen. Each piece is crafted in Paulsen’s studios in New York and Los Angeles and crafted from recycled metals, a sustainable practice that also keeps costs down. Pieces like the brass Seapod ring and scalloped charm necklace are striking yet minimalist enough for everyday wear and reflect Mana’s coastal roots in Long Island’s East End and Southern California.
Rane Leather Goods
After Connecticut Rane Leather Goods Founder Kate Cook’s favorite Italian leather handbag designer has retired, she took up the study of leather sourcing, tannery practices and hand sewing techniques and has taught herself how to make her own leather bags. The company uses ethically sourced and repurposed leather goods to craft its strikingly minimalist and customizable tote bags, wallets, clutches and belts in classic neutral tones like black, beige and natural.
The Field+Supply Spring MRKT will take place at Hutton Brickyards in Kingston on May 27, 28 and 29 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Proof of vaccination is required and advance tickets are recommended.