Please join us from April 18-April 30 for the Virtual Arts Festival!
See artists below and visit their websites to see more of their work or to purchase an item!

3 Bulls Upcycling

Josh Waddell
Bartlesville, OK  |  Email

Found object art and assemblage pieces. All materials are upcycled and repurposed. Mediums are plastic, metal and wood.

Adams Celtic Knot

Win Adams
Claremore, OK  |  Email

Handcrafted jewelry from natural hand-minded quartz crystals; jewelry and bracelets from natural gem stones; polymer clay handmade crafts; small hand-forged iron craft objects

Aunties Owls

Lisa Toth
Tulsa, OK  |  Email

Poly clay owl, buffalo and other creature magnets

Black Moon, Inc.

Various Artists
Tulsa, OK  |  Email
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Collective of artists with painted works, prints, photography, fiber art, small sculptures and general merchandise

AB Raggs, Alexander Tamahn, Christina Henley, Erica Martez, Gary Mason, Melody Allen, Elizabeth Henley, Summer Washington, Tai Tindall

Blackburn Goods

Emily Hooker
Tulsa, OK  |  Email
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Beautiful fine leather goods crafted by hand, featuring the highest quality leather.

The Create Club

Jessica Render
Tulsa, OK  |  Email

Handcrafted original clay jewelry with mixed metal components. Each piece is double baked and coated with protective gloss or matte layer.

Dingoz Designz

Jamie Eisenhower
Tulsa, OK  |  Email
Facebook  |  Website

Unique one of a kind primitive style and Native American style jewelry. Lost way bronze and sterling silver runes and hand crafted knives.

Firefly Letter Shop

Morgan Heath
Tulsa, OK  |  Email
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Calligraphy and hand-painted products that are whimsical, authentic and encouraging, including digital art prints, watercolor pieces, Tulsa-themed merchandise and unique greeting cards.


Ashley Reagan
Bixby, OK  |  Email
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Earrings made from embroidery thread and crepe paper flowers

JG Pottery Creations

Jennifer Goins
Tulsa, OK  |  Email
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Wheel-thrown and hand-built stoneware pottery, both function and decorative, such as vases, noodle bowls, soap dishes and plant markers.

Kayla Adams Art

Kayla Ausmus
Sand Springs, OK  |  Email
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Oils, ink and pencil to create unique, colorful pieces on canvas; also upcycled leather earrings

Meta Studio

Erin Daugherty
Bristow, OK  |  Email
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Original paintings, prints and works on glass and wood, copies of original work framed and unframed

Mosto Creations

Agustin & Angeles Morales
Van Buren, AR  |  Email
Facebook  |  Instagram

Copper, jewelry, leather accessories, homemade clothing


Chelsea Freeman
Mannford, OK  |  Email
Instagram  |  Website

Prints of original watercolor paintings

Optic Momentum

Nadia Ellis
Tulsa, OK  |  Email
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Transferred images of photography to glass and wood and handmade jewelry, magnets, wall hangings, keepsake boxes and more. Custom orders available.

Pixel This

Jessica Hanley
Tulsa, OK  |  Email
Facebook  |  Instagram

Accessories and home decor using perler beads, including magnets, keychains, earrings, pins and coasters

Pottery by Jezz

Jezz Strutt
Sand Springs, OK  |  Email
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Mugs, dishes, bowls, OK-themed souvenirs, kitchenware, pots - food and dishwasher safe
Note: This Artist will be not available to deliver or mail items until after the COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted.

The Spunky Kiwi

Kate Wilson
Tulsa, OK  |  Email
Instagram  |  Website

Zero waste home goods, cloth napkins, tea towels, reusable make-up remover pads

Swaying Grass Silver

Lindsay Cope
Tulsa, OK  |  Email
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Small batch heirloom quality jewelry handmade in Tulsa. Uses natural stones and silvery with an emphasis on Turquoise. Vintage-inspired style with a modern flair.

Wyatt & Willis Designs

Faith Green
Tulsa, OK  |  Email
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Acrylic on canvas, alcohol inks


Kendall Whittier Main Street is a nonprofit organization that inspires the ongoing revitalization and growth of a historic and cultural neighborhood in Tulsa, striving to transform it back to a thriving, walkable commercial district. Kendall Whittier is a Certified Cultural District. For more information about the Kendall Whittier Arts Festival or Kendall Whittier Main Street, call Jessica Jackson at 918-633-1934 or email

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The Kendall Whittier Arts Festival (in-person version) has been canceled. Please check back soon for 2021 dates.

The Kendall Whittier Arts Festival showcases local artists all along Admiral Boulevard. Nearly 50 local artists are expected in attendance, displaying and selling their work in booths along the street and inside businesses in a pop up shop. Vendors bring a wide range of wares, from paintings and pottery to body care and jewelry to leather and paper goods.

The entire Kendall Whittier district comes alive with local art vendors, gallery shows, food trucks, live music, kids' activities, and special events up and down the streets. Bring your entire family! Friendly dogs on leashes are welcome, too!


We are looking for Tulsa's talented artists to showcase and sell their work at our Arts Festival. Indoor & outdoor spots available. For more information or to apply, download the fillable vendor application here.

2020 Vendor Application

Vendor applications for the fall festival will be updated when new dates are announced but can be submitted anytime.

Food & Beer Vendors

No festival is complete without delicious food and refreshing drinks! For more information or to apply, download the fillable food & beer applications here.

2020 Food Truck Application
2020 Beer Vendor Application

Vendor applications for the fall festival will be updated when new dates are announced but can be submitted anytime.