Gifts From The Heart Of Nature

Friday, Nov. 17 through Wednesday, Jan. 3

9am – 5pm, daily

Closed Nov. 23, Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1


Shop for environmentally friendly and unique gifts for the holidays at our annual holiday show, featuring nature-inspired work from regional artists.


Holiday Trunk Show

Friday, Dec. 8, 5 – 9pm

Who says holiday shopping has to be a chore. Join us for food, fun and expanded offerings from our artists and make holiday shopping part of the celebration.

This year’s show features:

Stained Glass

  • Kelly Sakacs – stained glass made in the Tiffany tradition, incorporating natural elements


  • Silent Light Photography (Mike Dougherty) – nature-themed photography
  • MAVZPIX (Mary Alice Valvoda) – original photo framed art on canvas & fine art papers
  • Old Nankin Road (Gary & Diana Dreibelbis) – original photography inspired by nature

Metal Works

  • Old Nankin Road (Gary & Diana Dreibelbis) – metal sculpting utilizing both recycled and new metals

Children’s Items

  • Tall Tree Toys (Rebecca Wohlever) – wooden toys, felted items
  • Lillian Kinder – hand crocheted whimsical hats

Decorative Accessories

  • Deborah Florian – adorned window vases
  • Pamela Armbruster – glass works
  • Emu Tile – handmade tiles incorporating representations of the outside world

Miscellaneous Art

  • Haley Mortensen – original whimsical drawings – small prints, greeting cards, magnets
  • Lorne Dobre – original and prints of drawings and paintings
  • Shannon Casey –figurative paintings and drawings that tell a story
  • Lake Erie Beach Art (Amy Tardio) – unique Christmas tree décor using driftwood from the shores of Lake Erie
  • Dawn Gettig – mixed media art featuring whimsical flowers and animals
  • Andrea Lazar – nature photography on a variety of materials including metal and textiles
  • Julie Cook – original paintings, prints of originals, note cards and coasters
  • Giovanni – Leaf Alchemy fine art and necklaces


  • Deby’s Designs (Deby Romaniw) – fused art glass jewelry and gifts
  • Crooked River (Kate Wells) – traditional metalsmith techniques with glass, enamel and wire wrappings
  • Sprig & Sparrow (Heather McQueen) – handcrafted jewelry using sterling silver with some brass, copper, pearl and stone accents
  • Beth Martin – simple to extravagant pieces of wearable art using beach glass from the shores of Lake Erie
  • Beth Winfrey – vintage silverplate silverware is transformed into jewelry, vases, wind chimes and more
  • Diana Montagino – jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones and/or fossils
  • Lauren Mlack – jewelry made of etched copper, brass or nickel silver with bright patinas and inks
  • Lori Hilton  – wood and mineral/rock jewelry crafted from hand-sliced wood


  • Bette Drake – thrown and handbuilt clay made into functional and decorative pieces with plant and animal forms
  • Down to Earth Pottery (Bill and Janice Thornburg) – handbuilt and wheel-thrown pottery
  • Merrily Edgecombe  – strong earthenware clay with a firing technique called Raku
  • Arlene Mayhugh – functional porcelain, stoneware and pottery with a custom glaze applied by hand

Leather & Wood

  • Starfish Earth Ltd (Michelle Ishida)  – decorative leather and fiber handbags adorned with leather appliqués and silkscreen, including eco-friendly selections made recycled materials
  • James Brindle – wood turned bowls, pepper/salt mills, jewelry and turned alabaster bowls and accessories


  • Light Footsteps (Christine Cassella) – botanical wellness products handmade or her farm.
  • Blue Lake Botanicals (Lynn Abbey Zukowski) – small batch handcrafted herbal products using homegrown, wildcrafted and organic herbs


  • Fields of Grace Alpacas – Patti Zebrowski – Alpaca yarn, needle felted creations
  • Knitscapes – Cheryll Drew-Mansfield – hand-knitted scarves, cowls, shawls, drapes and hats
  • Debbie Henry – hand milled hats, decorative fascinators,  felted pins and ice-dyed shawls and sweaters


  • nine 27 Designs – unique candles in recycled bottles


  • Jessica Nester – planters created from recycled wine bottles


  • Eileen Mlack – handmade infinity scarves and fingerless gloves