Kelly Guidry

Location: 108 Van Buren St. Breaux Bridge, LA

Open Saturday, November 17th, 10am-5pm & Sunday November 18th, 12pm-5pm 2018

Kelly Guidry

I create wood and metal sculpture reflective of the local creatures and culture of Acadiana. With chainsaws and other power tools, I shape cedar and cypress to be combined with cut and welded metal, hammered copper and other elements. Angels and animals, dragonflies and ladybugs, and much more.

Lori Henderson


My art consist of media sculpture, hats, figures, and such using upcycled materials.  All of my art consist of a kind pieces of one of a kind art.Lori Henderson comes from a traditional western model of healing, having worked 20 years in cardiac ultrasound. She spent the last 10 years walking the way of medicine woman and artist. Lori has walked the 730km pilgrimage of the Camino De Santiago in 2010, she heard the call of the divine feminine spirits of Peru (Santa Tiera’s) and began her re-membering, studying the ancient teachings of the Inca shamans through the lineage of Altamesayok Don Manuel Quispe with Karen Duncan and Judy Bath. Studying with Shaman of the High Andes of Peru: Pampamesayok (earth-keeper) and Altamesayok (communicator with the earth and mountain spirits), Lori was gifted with sacred knowledge, prayers and ceremony never before given to western women. Having completed 7 years of study in Peru, including many mountain journeys and spirit teachings she was initiated as a Hampicamiyoq (medicine women) in 2016. Lori now gratefully walks her path as healer, earth-keeper and healing artist as a grandmother, teacher, artist, mentor, weaver of life, and of water.



Hannah Gumbo

Hannah Gumbo is a multi-media artist currently working from her cozy studio in Eunice, Louisiana. She received her BFA from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2012 with a concentration in painting. Whether through a variety of personal work, commissions, or commercial assignments, her vibrant and approachable style to mark-making will be sure to put a smile on your face.





Leroy’s Boys


Hello my name is William Sonnier, my brother Shine and I have been art lovers all our lives,We love "Folk" and "Outsider" Art for the beautiful bright colors and the meaning behind the artists' pieces. Most of our work is done with old tin, paint, mirrors and glass picked up at various places. We hope you will enjoy and understand our pieces, if not stay tuned because tomorrow we may have a vision you will enjoy. 

-Keep Creating, Leroy's Boys

Marshall Blevins

church goin mule


Born & raised in & painting the south in the memory of mules.

Shane Senca

I'm a contract welder/ fitter by trade. My art reflects Louisiana nature.  I grew up along the atchafaylaya river also have a camp there. I use found items from discarded wood/ metal to make impressions of inscets, birds or animals. I really like watching my sculptures come to life during each build. 


2019 by Louisiana Crafts Guild

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