August 17th Pop Up Art Shops!

The definition of a “pop-up shop” is a short-term, temporary retail event that is "here today, gone tomorrow". We are excited to begin our second annual Pop Up with ART series every third Saturday from May until August. We are inviting up to fifteen different artists in all different media types to participate in our shops and bring handcrafted art pieces all under one roof. Pop-up Art Shops will happen in collaboration with the Stillwater Farmers Market and our Make-&-Take event. Join us for local art, food and a creative activity.


Date::
Saturday, August 17th 10am - 6pm

Stay tuned for more information about participating artist. If you are interested in participating as an artist please email us at infoartscenter@okstate.edu

Linda Guenther
Linda Guenther

Merges several photographs together, a unique and original piece is created.

Dawn Stanton
Dawn Stanton

Necklaces and bracelets using the best glass and stone beads available.

Bill McLean Glass

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

Sara Brooks

Handcrafted journals and notebooks made from salvaged and vintage papers.

Kim Bryant

Handmade functional pottery as well as functional artistic pottery

Brian Mitchell

Original computer controlled wood carvings that are hand finished and stained. He has also began working in thin hardwoods creating much smaller jewelry objects including earrings and pendants that…

Calli Heflin

Ceramic sculptures

Dhruba Sinha
Dhruba Sinha

Greeting cards done with watercolor, artwork on small canvases

Kenton Sinks
Kenton Sinks

Watercolor paintings.

Trayson Conner

Digital photographer that specializes in landscape and travel photography.

Marks Art Studio of Stillwater.
Marks Art Studio of Stillwater.
Jude Tolar

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

Buck Dollarhide
Buck Dollarhide

Functional Pottery

Locust Grove Studio

Orginal watercolors by Bob Davis

Marianne Weber

At the pop up shops, I will have primarily dyed yarn, knitted goods like hats and shawls, and a few sewn goods like aprons and zipper pouches.

Brian Mitchell

Original computer controlled wood carvings that are hand finished and stained. He has also began working in thin hardwoods creating much smaller jewelry objects including earrings and pendants that…

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