Holiday POP UP Art Shops

The definition of a “pop-up shop” is a short-term, temporary retail event that is "here today, gone tomorrow". This will be our first annual Holiday POP UP Art Shop on Saturday, December 1st from 10am to 3pm and Sunday, December 2nd from 1pm to 6pm. Holiday POP UP Art shops will provide visitors a chance to browse a variety of handcrafted items, from jewelry and home decor to glass work, artwork and more. This event is the perfect opportunity to pick up a unique holiday gift or maybe something for yourself!


Admission: FREE 

Dates and Times:
Saturday, December 1st, 10am - 3pm 
Sunday, December 2nd, 1pm - 6pm 

Holiday Pop Up Shops
A few examples of the artwork and shops that will be at the Holiday Pop Up Art Shops!
 
 Papillon
Papillon

Paintings and Jewelry

Birkentile

Small ceramic sculptures.

Jacqui Savage
Jacqui Savage

Ceramic holders for succlents and potpourri items.

Riva Nayaju

Watercolor/acrylic bookmarks/paintings

Mo Wassall

ceramic pieces, some glazed traditionally, some incorporating mixed media (collage, acrylics, found objects, etc.). I will feature ceramic rattles, but also small sculpture pieces and ornaments

JUde Tolar

Jude will bring Christmas and other notecards, and a few pastel paintings, framed and unframed. Image is one of  her Christmas notecards

Bill McLean Glass

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

Dhruba Sinha
Dhruba Sinha

Greeting cards done with watercolor, artwork on small canvases

Cathy Southwick
Cathy Southwick

Functional and decorative fused glass.

ElenA jewelryArt
ElenA jewelryArt

Handmade wire-wrapped jewelry, pendants, earrings, bracelets, and rings in copper, silver and brass.

Trayson Connor

Digital photographer that specializes in landscape and travel photography.

Claire Zevnik,

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

Jessica DeMuth

Silver jewelry with various stones

Brian Mitchell

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

Kim Bryant

Handmade functional pottery as well as functional artistic pottery

Locust Grove Studio

Orginal watercolors by Bob Davis