It is our great honor to offer for sale the work of local/WV artists/crafters. It is important to The Delmonte Market that we represent the finest our area has to offer, and we think we have accomplished that. In addition, we have partnered with select local/WV entrepreneurs to provide space for their products that may include a variety of product lines.
Owner Melissa Spencer and Co-Owner Rebecca Davis take all manner of household items and crochet them into clothing and pet wear.
A variety of handmade beaded jewelry made locally in Montrose, WV by Sharon Bedford.
Offering unique jewelry handmade from West Virginia State Quarters–plus hand-blown glass items made in the heart of West Virginia. Additional offerings include a wide variety of tee-shirts and other items from Loving WV.
Cool Hollow Maple Farm, LLC is a small family-owned farm in Pendleton County. It was established in 2013 by Ricky and Sam Harper. Products include pure West Virginia maple syrup, maple candy, maple glazed nuts, and maple cream.
Chrizart Creations is Christine Keller, a jewelry maker from the heart of Appalachia. Christine strives to create one-of-a-kind pieces of unique design and color, appealing to women of all ages. She is inclined toward whimsical, fun and edgier pieces that make a bold statement.
We are Back! Having served Elkins for over 20 years from our former Davis Avenue storefront. Owner Marlene Mallow has re-opened in The Delmonte Market, carrying some of their most popular lines. Pictures by WV Artist Margie Jarrett, placemats, hand-made tapers, WV afghans and more.
Liberty Machine is a local, family owned business. A father & son duo, Burton Sr. and Skip Hare, have 75 years’ combined experience in the machine shop industry. Enjoy their recent venture’s products–custom fire pits, clocks, lamps and coat racks.
June Proctor acquired Main Line Books in April 2020. An avid reader herself, she is looking to improve the inventory of books, cards, calendars, magazines, puzzles and journals that Main Line Books offers.
Scottie Weist, an Elkins native, and her husband Jim have made their home in Elkins since 1981, although she has been selling functional pottery in West Virginia since 1967. She is instrumental in arts-in-education, and supports her community through her volunteerism as well as through her pottery. The decorative and functional pieces she produces are influenced by her native state’s unique environment and by the long history of human-made clay forms. Scottie works in both stoneware and porcelain and fires her pieces in gas-fired kilns. Her one-of-a-kind pieces are made for everyday use in the home, office, kitchen and for the table.
Featuring Artisan Handmade and Homemade products from Flatwoods, WV. Featuring Bath & Beauty, Jams & Jellies, Mixes, Spices, Noodles, Pickles, Relish, Sauces, and Salsas.
Handmade personal skin and hair products for all ages. Products are 100% natural with no harsh chemicals. The list of ingredients are familiar–coconut oil, goats milk, shea butter, olive oil and charcoal powder. Patty’s products support skin health and vitality.
Kristie Summerfield is the creator of the highly popular lighted floral bottles. These bottles serve as nightlights, home decor and pieces of art. The selected fresh flowers are carefully dried and preserved and artfully arranged to create the most beautiful pieces of functional art. Kristie also works her magic into handcrafted jewelry pieces.
Tori Jack creates colorful gifts, such as chess boards, dry erase calendars, and small jars, using resin epoxy. Her items can come in any color imaginable, and can include things like flowers, glitter, and other decorative additions.
Tammy King specializes in utilizing recycled goods to create wearable art–creating each piece to fit the object she found. From recycled Victorian glass to watch works and nature, all objects become art, crafted in her Morgantown, WV studio since 2001. Tammy is the recipient of 25 awards for Steampunk Art and Electroforming.
Owned by John and Susan Pennington, Whitmer, WV. John started his love for wood while making a frame of his newborn daughter’s baby picture. He continues to make frames today, but he found his passion for wood when he made a spoon for his wife. Thirty years later, he now makes about 150 different pieces and continues to add to this extensive line each year. Contact him for special orders and repair work.
“Where Art meets Clay.” Denise Heckel’s whimsical, creative pottery lines are as creative as they come. Her statues, pitchers and platters are not only unique, they are intricate and beautiful.
Seth Pitt, originally from Michigan, now makes his home in Thomas, WV. Seth is self taught and never thought of himself as an artist. He uses the phrase “conceptual cartoon” to describe his work, and says he depicts concepts that are far reaching and yet relatable at the same time. His art can be described as deeply profound, oddly silly, tantalizingly simple yet thoroughly enjoyable.