Gifts from the Heart of Nature

When:
November 23, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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Where:
The Holden Arboretum
9550 Sperry Rd
Kirtland, OH 44094
USA

Holiday Show and Sale 2019

Nov. 15 – Dec. 30, 9am – 5pm daily. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

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

Check out this year’s vendors:

      • James Brindle: Wood ornaments, turned wood and alabaster items
      • Fruitful Woodworks: Handcrafted wood items
      • Outback Features: charcuterie boards, coffee tables using natural edge hardwoods
      • Zim Woodworking: Heirloom quality wood products
      • Maggie Fusco: Gourd lights, pyrography on wooden household objects
      • Emu Tile: tiles made of earth and inspired by animals and plants
      • Marty Kirsch: ceramics ranging from darling loving pots to vases to brie bakers
      • Bette Drake: thrown and handcrafted clay trays and dishes with fired glazes
      • Rigadoon Glass: Jewelry pieces with hand-created enamel leaves adorned with handmade glass beads
      • Foxglove Farm: handcrafted glass and metal jewelry
      • Metalworks Jewelry Designs: Recycled metals designed into nature-inspired jewelry
      • Beach Glass Shop: Authentic beach glass from Lake Erie transformed into one-of-a-kind jewelry
      • Lori Hilton: rock and wood earrings, rock necklaces, handcrafted heirloom wood boxes
      • Lauren Mlack: Etched metal jewelry inspired by nature
      • Crooked River Jewelry: Unique jewelry using gemstones, pearls, fine silver
      • Kerrahs Kreations: Lake Erie beach glass transformed into keychains, earrings and bracelets
      • Pat Ingram: Botanical giclee prints and notecards, original watercolors
      • Connie Adams: Original watercolors and acrylic paintings
      • Merrily Edgecombe: Raku-fired decorative fish, bowls
      • Cole DiFabio: Nature-inspired prints and notecards featuring rare and well-loved birds
      • Dawn Gettig: Whimsical artwork using acrylic mixed media, tea bag art
      • Mary Alice Valvoda: Framed photo art, framed fine art prints and note cards
      • Julie Cook: original paintings, collage artwork, prints of original artwork and notecards
      • Lake Erie Beach Art
      • Karen Burrows: needle felted nature critters, acorns, mushrooms, etc. Rug hooking, embroidered–framed nature scenes
      • Three Birds Candle Company: eco-friendly coconut wax candles in recycled glass containers
      • Tart Boutique: hand-drawn design screenprinted on tea towels, cloth napkins and apparel
      • Elderberry Marsh: Hand turned wood pieces, hand dyed-tea towels, hooked rugs
      • The Grumpy Woodchuck: award-winning turned practical items ranging from ornaments to bowls, peppermills, bottle stoppers etc.
      • Palmer Place Teas: certifications as a Tea Professional, Tea Sommelier, & Tea Blender
      • Blue Lake Botanicals: handcrafted products from organic or wildcrafted herbs
      • Lori Diemer: Cozy Noze accessory
      • Ryan Piotrowski: handcrafted unique, decorative and household wood items
      • Lorna Dobre: Original drawings and paintings, sterling silver, copper and brass jewelry
      • Starfish Earth: Bags and totes with leather appliques of trees and animals
      • Diana Montagino: Jewelry crafted from semi-precious stones
      • Damselfly Studios: Copper foil (Tiffany) style stained glass
      • Six Oaks Barn Doors: custom-made barn doors utilizing reclaimed wood
      • Holden Arboretum Horticulture Staff: Herb wreaths and Rosemary Trees
      • Ray Thurston
      • Sandy Miller Pottery: functional pottery inspired by nature