This next vendor probably has the most colorful booth at the market, so she won’t be hard to find. Kim Papanicolau’s booth is Hopper’s (formally fabUchic). Just like her booth, she is colorful, wild, and inspiring.
Born with a hearing disability, Kim “heard” through color instead of through sound. She was drawn to the flow and pattern of color and light. It is now her inspiration for the way that she paints, builds and decorates.
At the last pop up market, Kim’s angels were a hit! Made entirely of re-purposed items, she transforms wood and metal into works of art. To date, the only place that the angels are available for purchase is the Hopper’s booth at Seaglass Salvage Market. For best selection come early.
Stop by the Hopper’s booth December 20th from 9am until 5pm and prepare to be amazed!
The Girls at Seaglass Salvage Market