Fri, Nov 11|
Yulemart Holiday Market at Fresh Eye Gallery
This over-the-top, gallery-turned-gift shop will feature petite handmade art and gifts (including functional works) for the holiday season.
Time & Location
Nov 11, 2022, 11:00 AM – Dec 23, 2022, 6:00 PM
Minneapolis, 4238 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55409, USA
About the Event
Fresh Eye Gallery is hosting its second annual extended holiday market exhibition, Yulemart! This over-the-top, gallery-turned-gift shop will feature petite handmade art and gifts for the holiday season.
My pieces that were juried into the mart will include a variety of Indigo Print Tea Towels, Willow Wall Art/Serving Trays, Brigid's Cross with Blessing for your home, Willow Stars and Dancing Tree Women.
This will be an exciting sale and exhibition of 50+ local artists including:
atelier mamaku, Alison Bergblom Johnson, Martha Bird, Marrie Bottelson, Mandel Cameron, The Crone's Apprentice, Rhiannon Davis, Danielle Day, Deja Day, Ben DiNino, Philipo Dyauli, VCKSZ - Victoria Eidelsztein, Cory Farve, Chloe Geraty, Peter Giebink, Claire Goldstein, Madison K Gondreau, Will Gonzalez, Betsey Hodson, Roxana Kian, Kimberly A. Laudert, Leather and Velvet, nina martine robinson, Erin Maurelli, Kelly McNamara, Lynda Mullan, Sophia Munic, Van Nguyen, Ian Nystrom, Nathaniel Quenzer, Tami Reeves, Jonelle Salemi, Stacie Sampson, JobyLynn Sassily-James (sassijams), Katherine Schimmel, Paige Schrachta, Spacedoutlulu, stace of spades, Dan Stallsworth, Dorinda Tveit, Eddie Twait, Laura Wennstrom, CJ Weydert, Amy Wilderson, You’re the Party, and more!
Plus their gift shop artists:
Katie Blanchard, Cow Tipping Press, Nancy Cummins, Grainy Brain Coasters, Emma Eubanks, Fox & Fables, Frau Meow, Lynda Grafito, Kayla Koerner, Kari Lee Art, Genessis Lopez, Lena Osman, Sky Rios, Roseline’s Candles, Suyao Tian, Twin Cities Collage Collective, Soon-Wai Wong, Bekah Worley, and more!
OPENING RECEPTION: November 11, 2022 from 6-8 pm
4238 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, MN
Fresh Eye Gallery is a community art space in South Minneapolis. They are dedicated to showcasing artwork by emerging and mid career artists, of all backgrounds and experience, and of all abilities. As they started this venture not far from George Floyd Square, they aim to amplify the voices of artists with disabilities, BIPOC artists and marginalized groups. They value radical inclusion, community connection, partnerships, fun, and delight.
More information can be found at their website.