Hosted by Stuart’s Opera House, Nelsonville Music Festival and Duck Creek Log Jam, the festival offered those attending entertainment the opportunity to camp and check out local vendors.
One of the vendors at the event was Talcon Quinn, a craft-maker from The Plains who was selling her sustainably created merchandise.
“I have a small studio that a friend of mine built as a tiny house years ago, and I use that as a studio, which runs on solar,” Quinn said. “A lot of my materials are sourced by working with a game processor in Gainesville.”
Quinn said she sells items on her website, but she tends to sell items for cheaper when running a vendor tent like at the music festival. Other vendors from the area were selling items like t-shirts, vinyls, CDs, ceramic art, art prints and more.