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December 14th: Shop, Drop & Jingle!

Please join us for our third annual
“Shop, Drop & Jingle”: Holiday Soiree & Marketplace
Featuring gallery artists, Dick Davis, Cathy Brown, and Tom Krueger, as well as community artisans offering perfect gift items from creative prints and paper goods to jewelry, ceramic arts and handcrafted wooden puzzles, knitwear to metal works and books for readers of all ages. Gather friends and family to visit the main and cottage galleries. We’ve got some of the best regional art in a variety of mediums, in large and small sizes. Meet artists. Listen to caroling and poetry on site. Refresh with yummy morsels and spread some holiday cheer. All are welcome to this free event.
“Shop, Drop & Jingle” is the perfect place to find ornaments or stocking stuffers and “one-of-a-kind” gift giving options.
Go big or go small, buying local supports us all.

Bridgette Jones Nature Prints Butterfly & Moth Paper Products, Screen Prints & Stickers.

Bear Earth Herbal Responsibly sourced, Organic+Wildcrafted Herbs Handmade with Love in Small Batches in Northern Michigan. Tea Blends, Salves, Muscle Rubs, Creams and More.

Dune Grass Designs creates unique pieces of wearable art using natural stones that include Michigan’s much loved Petoskey Stone and Leland Blue stone.

Bella Filato Studio is a Modern Handcrafted Knitwear Collection made in the USA. All of their products are designed and made one at a time with a quality you can count on.

At Cherry Arbor Design, they create pieces that integrate math and art. They focus on the user experience, drawing people in to actively engage, create, and think about the mathematical ideas underlying their work. They combine their career experiences in math, computer science, teaching, and statistics with the study of art and design of interactive forms.
In their Ann Arbor workshop, they explore their ideas, develop prototypes, and create finished work using an array of materials, including wood, felt, paper, acrylic, Tyvek, and paint. Math and art can be social activities, and they develop those ideas that inspire conversation and the potential for collaboration.

Dani Knoph is an artist, writer, and advocate for wildlife conservation in Michigan. Dani’s work begins with a wildlife species and a blank sheet of watercolor paper. She works with old fashioned nib pens and ink to map out the overall structure and texture observed in photographic references. She then works with fine round brushes to layer transparent watercolor washes. Limited edition archival prints are available for each work of art.

Saturday, December 14th, from 10am – 5pm

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