Earrings: Exquisite. Original. One-of-a-kind.
Art Shoppe Earring Artists continue to astonish with their creativity and ingenuity. Each creates one-of-a-kind pieces by enthusiastically exploring their tools and materials.
Terry Day: Earwings
Megan Funk: Starry Night
Stacy Mielke: SOL
Above: Terry Day (Earwings/ “Friendly Plastic”); Megan Funk (Starry Night/watchparts, gemstones); Stacy Mielke (SOL Jewelry Design/beads, gemstones).
Melinda Wolff Original Reclaimed Wood
Above: Tom Cornish (Fused Glass); Mary Holland (Marbled Leather); Melinda Wolff (Reclaimed and Recycled Wood).
Margie Weaver Copper Mojo
Above: Margie Weaver (Copper Mojo Copper Jewelry); Lee Schultz (Amorini/Wire); Kim Buell (Polymer Clay); Carla Brown (Manipulated Metal, beads and gemstones).
Kathryn is Wired: Beverly Golberg
Bambi Johnson: Leather
Allie Hafez: Polymer Clay, gemstones
Above: Brenna Klassen-Glanzer (Sterling); Katherine is Wired (Bev Golberg, beads, gemstones, wire); Bambi Johnson (Leather and fabric); Allie Hafez (Tourmalinated quartz, stick pearls, Bali Silver, Sterling Silver).
Nora Brody (wire)
Nora Brody (wire and beads); Gayle Weigle (metal, beads)
See something you like? Most Art Shoppe Artists accept commissions. Inquire through the Shoppe.
10% off Mondays
1-1/2 hours of free parking in the ramp with a Merchants’ stamp.
90 Minnesota Artists
Stop by The Art Shoppe if your Mother might like jewelry (large and small, leather bracelets, marbled leather earrings, fused glass jewelry, watch-part jewelry, necklaces, beaded necklaces and bracelets, polymer clay earrings and necklaces, rings, bracelets and more), clothing, paintings or prints, needlefelted creatures, magnets, photographs, glass work (blown glass and fused glass),bookmarks, suncatchers, walking and talking sticks, wine stoppers, ceramics (plates, bowls, cups, masks), and lots, lots more.
A store full of unique, one of a kind items
Hennepin Bridge Bombpop, 2012
Tom Cornish Fused Glass
Diane May Cottage Drive-In
Kathleen Crook Mug
Eve Brown: Mom wraps you in love
Jymme Golden Pair of Sandhill Crains
Fair Fowl Firsts Dyptych
MIssing Mama Amoke Kubat
Raelene Ash Painter
Pamela Kirton Barn Owl Digital Pieced Patchwork
Pam Veeder Shadows at the Conservatory
Marilyn Morrison Steampunk Airplane
Tracie Thompson Painter
10% off everything on every Monday
Lee Schultz bends light.
Ask her how she does it. Join us at the Market on August 20 when we celebrate her art and learn about her technique.
From Lee Schultz: color, texture, shiny things
I am drawn to color, texture, and shiny things. Therefore, my jewelry has a lot of those elements in it. I love the way silver reflects the light and at the same time, I also adore making copper turn color with a torch….. voila….patina.
Last but not least, texture.
Texture from wires, from rivets, from swirls, and weaving. Just for good measure I’ll make a lampwork bead, or a bit of enamel, and add that to the mix. I let the pieces play together and come up with a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry. The name of my jewelry, Amorini, loosely means cherubs. It also happens to be the letters of my angelic grandchildren mixed together. Both alike, a mixture of beautiful pieces.
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