Artist and Exhibitor Information


Below are the information sheets and applications you'll need to complete to participate in the 2019 Winyah Bay Heritage Festival.

Downloadable and printable in either MS Word (*.doc) format, or Plain Text (*.txt).

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WBHF Exhibitor Letter

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WBHF Exhibitor Information

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WBHF Exhibitor Application

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Artists and Exhibitors for 2019 Winyah Bay Heritage Festival

(More will be added as they come in. )


Black River Outdoors - Kayaking tours with Black River Outdoors with entertaining guides show you a side of nature that most visitors to our enchanting area miss completely.


SODA – Stop Offshore Drilling in the Atlantic


Winn Tuck Waterfowl - Winn Drew is from Columbia, SC and has been working with Winn Tuck Waterfowl for 8 years. They offer cutting edge waterfowl hunting products along with everyday casual wear. some of their products include double reed duck calls, lanyards, apparel for men and women, braided jewelry and much more.


Lube Man Mark - Mark Gibson - Fire pits and duck calls


Winyah Rivers Alliance/Waccamaw Riverkeeper - Winyah Rivers Alliance and the Waccamaw RIVERKEEPER Program are licensed by WATERKEEPER ALLIANCE. Waterkeeper Alliance connects and supports local Waterkeeper programs to provide a voice for waterways and their communities worldwide, and are dedicated to preserving and protecting YOUR WATER from polluters. Learn about ways these organizations are helping the beautiful rivers flowing into Winyah Bay and how YOU can too!


Stumps Bowls and Trays – Patricia Alford - Handmade bowls and trays from Black River Tupelo.


Wood Z Art- Ann Page - Images burned into the wood, art pieces from local wood featuring naturally colored creatures and flora.


Marshall C. Sasser - Birdfield Decoys - Marshall is a decoy carver from Conway, SC. He features wooden waterfowl decoys and shore birds both decorative and working.


Sierra Club/Winyah Group - The South Carolina chapter of the Sierra Club was founded in 1978 and is the largest grassroots conservation organization in the state. We believe that the survival of South Carolina's cultural heritage is intricately weaved into the land. As a conservation group that is committed to the mission to "Explore, Enjoy and Protect" South Carolina, we work to protect our communities by advocating for our rivers, our land, clean air and showing people the beautiful places that make our state a great place to live. Take time to explore work we're doing and how we're protecting South Carolina's ecological treasures.


Jackie Smith - Blue Fuse Glassworks - Jackie is from Pawleys Island, SC. Her specialty is handmade fused glass art, jewelry, and recycled glass.


Digital Lowcountry PhotoArt - Landscapes. skyscapes, wildlife, and other scenes of life and living in and around the Carolina Lowcountry, particularily the Winyah Bay/Pee Dee/Santee Rivers area. Images available on archival paper and canvas, photography by KR Russell.


Green Bean Boutique - Lisa Haas –– vintage items from the estate of Pat and James Doyle.