Meredith Radford and the MR Illustration & Design trailer and trunk show.
Debbie Muhlberg and Jack Zane.
Cory Bucknam of Stroudwater Studio with aquatic-themed sculptures for everyday uses.
Alex Aubert, Erin Sawyer and Christine Hawkins.
Celeste Baranyi of Headlight Oddities models her wares.
Simon McKnight and Ariane Hanlon.
Anne and Chuck Riggs representing Anne Riggs Designs.
And entrepreneurial granddaughter Madeline Long.
Maine stuff, like burlap lobster art by Fiber and Water.
Eclectic, for sure.
Eclectic stuff + Maine stuff altogether now.
L.K. Wiess and Laura Kloosterman of Bowline Co. sporting bowties.
Cole Caswell of ANG03 Lab brought tintype back, making tintype portraits for Picnic-goers.
Sarah McCann and Hanna O'Sullivan.
Sarah McCann brought the Yeti back.
Another take on the Yeti, by Tenderfoot Creations.
Vintage treasures in a jar by Aimsel Ponti.
The epitome of upcycling--old album covers being turned into notebook covers.
Live music all day.
Tana Sherman found the live music very danceable.
Sam Keegan and Mo McNaboe.
By Jess Teesdale Pottery.
Kerry Alice of Twigs and Heather behind some of her jewelry.
Adorable pottery for land or sea.
Cooling off by the fountain: Wilder, Tana and Brian Sherman, Hari Asch, and Allison Poole.
Baobad Organics, earth-friendly kids' clothes with matching toys.
Kathy Trott, Seth Sans and Mariah Trott.
Portland’s Lincoln Park was buzzing with shoppers Saturday as the eighth annual Picnic Music + Arts Festival hosted more than 100 vendors. Picnic’s eclectic mix focuses on affordable and wearable art, upcycled gifts, vintage vendors and all things Maine-like.