August POP UP Art Shops

The definition of a “pop-up shop” is a short-term, temporary retail event that is "here today, gone tomorrow". Our plan is to Pop Up with ART every third Friday and Saturday of the month until September. We are inviting up to fifteen different artists in all different media types to participate in our shops. Pop-up Art Shops will happen in collaboration with Food Trucks and Tunes on Friday night and the Stillwater Farmers Market on Saturday.
 
Dates:
August 17th and 18th
Friday 6pm - 9pm & Saturday 10am - 3pm.
 
Stay tuned for more information about participating artist. If you are interested in participating as an artist please email us at infoartscenter@okstate.edu
 
August Artists:
Bill McLean Glass

Handblown glass vases, bowls, ornaments, paperweights, platters, nightlights

Cathy Southwick
Cathy Southwick

Functional and decorative fused glass.

Jude Tolar

Jude Tolar pastel paintings, framed and more unframed original pastel paintings, in sizes from 5x7" to 11x14”

Kim Bryant

Handmade functional pottery as well as functional artistic pottery

Katie Daniel
Katie Daniel

Printmaking, Ceramics and photography

Suzanne Allen

mixed media,acrylic, and watercolor paintings, art dolls, art magnets, art purses, handmade journals.

Dhruba Sinha
Dhruba Sinha

Greeting cards done with watercolor, artwork on small canvases

Brian Mitchell

Original computer controlled wood carvings that are hand finished and stained.

Claire Zevnik,

Fused glass jewelry plus functional and decorative fused glass items and blown glass objects.

Candy Michalski

Ex-sterling and stainless with resin, Fused Dichroic Glass jewelry, Patterned aluminum and copper/brass jewelry. Sterling Silver with gemstones, vintage items made into jewelry.

Marianne Weber

Hand dyed yarn and sewn scarves. I also sell knitted items like scarves, hats, mug cozies, and shawls.

Riva Nayaju

Watercolor/acrylic bookmarks/paintings

Trayson Connor

Digital photographer that specializes in landscape and travel photography.

Gary Royse
Gary Royse
Handmade bowls, necklaces, and earrings, from gourds that we grow ourselves.