Monday, June 21
Elizabeth Iorio
and
Aloe and Pine

Monday, June 28
Sweetwater Floral
and
Egan Holzhausen

Monday, July 5
Tuesday, July 6
Wednesday, July 7

BURU

Monday, July 12
Colleen Shull
and
Justin Shull

Monday, July 19
Nell Revel Smith
and
Holly Mead Designs

Monday, July 26
Stephanie Schlatter
and
Clara Williams

Monday, August 2
Library Littles
Lindy Bishop
Sohp Shop
Red Clay Salts
and
Babiators

Monday, August 9
Katherine Miller Knuth
and
Tricia Heaton Designs

Monday, August 16
Lucy "Lea" Tucker
Maria Tucker Jewelry
and
Josie Stillwell

 


 

Monday, June 21


Elizabeth Iorio
and Aloe and Pine

  

5 ~ 8 PM
Leland gal
106 N. Main



Elizabeth Iorio (Grand Rapids) is a beautiful painter, with a love of nature and the outdoors. Whether it’s the shadows in the snow, or the glow of green fields in the sun, Iorio is constantly enamored with the lights and darks and colors.

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Aloe and Pine showcases colorful and fun drawings and painting with an emphasis on the natural world, including landscapes, flowers and insects. Future brand extensions include drawing local town buildings, jewelry making and working with air dry clay.

 

 

Monday, June 28

Sweetwater Floral 
and Egan Holzhausen

  

10:00 AM : SOLD OUT
1:00 PM a few spots left!
3:30 PM a few spots left! 
Leland gal
106 N. Main



Sweetwater Floral (Petoskey) is dedicated to getting more flowers out into the world. Kalin and her team flower for weddings & events, teach hands on design workshops & ship "design kits" across the country so flower lovers can create their own arrangements & holiday wreaths.



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Egan Holzhausen received a BFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a MFA from Kendall College of Art and Design. She teaches a variety of painting and drawing classes at Crooked Tree Art Center and North Central Michigan College and she has been teaching art to youth and adults since 2009. Egan's teaching style matches her art style: playful, energetic, and inclusive. When she's not teaching or working in her studio, she enjoys her time spent outdoors.

 


Monday, July 5
Tuesday, July 6
Wednesday, July 7

BURU 

  

Monday 10 ~ 6
Tuesday 10 ~ 6
Wednesday 10 ~ 6
Leland gal
106 N. Main


Morgan Hutchinson of BURU believes that once a mother—always a mother. Her designs are meant to transcend generations, seasons and all phases of motherhood. Because after all, what woman doesn't love when comfort, washability and style collide? Oh—and did we mention...she adores adding pockets.

 


Monday, July 12

Colleen Shull
and 
Justin Shull 

  

5 ~ 8 PM
Leland gal
106 N. Main


Colleen Shull (wife to Justin!) explores light reflections on water, windows, and mirrors in her work. Her subjects range from landscapes to still life and she works in oil, acrylic, watercolor and gouache with a highly saturated color palette, vibrant with a focus on large forms and shadows. When Shull paints outside en plein air or inside the studio, she translates her immediate surroundings. The paintings have become a record of the places she has travelled and lived.

Colleen Shull

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Justin Shull (husband to Colleen!)
has known since he first put paint on canvas that making pictures was important. In college, he traveled throughout Europe studying the old Masters, painting and drawing from the landscape along the way. The quality of light and atmosphere, the presence of a place, the paradox of ordinary life captured in moments fractured and forming, abrupt but enduring, are things Justin finds well suited to picture making and paint.

Justin Shull

 



Monday, July 19

Nell Revel Smith
and 
Holly Mead Designs 

  

5 ~ 8 PM
Leland gal, 106 N. Main



Nell Revel Smith
(and Maggie's mom!) will introduce her latest work: Suite of Leelanau Farmsteads. Her return to the easel came easier this year; allowing the paint to flow with brush strokes in a free and easy style. Her desire was to show the elegance, grace and sturdiness of old farms, with large trees creating the beauty of light and shadow. The hope in viewing her new work is to feel a sense of history in a place we’ve all come to love and protect.

 

 

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Holly Mead Designs
is the passion project of Holly Mead, a "closet creative," who found her outlet in the design and crafting of jewelry. Holly's designs showcase colorful stones in elegant gold and silver settings. Each piece is individually designed and handcrafted, creating a unique look and style for the wearer. Mix and match pieces, add layers, and have fun with these boutique jewelry items.


 

 

Monday, July 26


Stephanie Schlatter
and 
Clara Williams 

  

5 ~ 8 PM
Leland gal
106 N. Main



Stephanie Schlatter
 (Grand Rapids) is a storyteller: telling the stories of the land, the people and the places that resonate in her soul. The brush is her pen; the canvas is her page; the finished images are moments and memories frozen in time for you. Stephanie has traveled the world, drawing inspiration from journeys in Mexico, Italy, and Ethiopia. But her heart and home are grounded in Michigan. She has studied art locally and abroad while maintaining a studio in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Stephanie Schlatter

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Clara Williams Jewelry is uniquely versatile. Necklaces, centerpieces, bracelets and earrings can playfully mix and match thanks to our signature design features: an ingenious magnetic clasp and clever shepherd’s hook. Stunning one-of-a-kind stones, jewels, mixed metals, and unusual treasures sourced from Clara’s travels can easily be interchanged to create many looks. 

 Clara Williams

 

 

Monday, August 2


Library Littles, 
Lindy Bishop,
Sohp Shop, Red Clay Salts
and Babiators

  

5 ~ 8 PM
Leland gal, 106 N. Main



Library Littles is a childrenswear collection inspired by mothers & daughters. Sincere and sweet, soft and simple, perfect for play and adventure, designed with love and Made in America. This is a premium and affordable line of sincere & smart casual basics specifically designed for little ones who love to play, dream and delight in adventures big & small. Made with GOTS organic certified fabrics.

Library Littles

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Lindy Bishop's paintings are about celebrating the land, what it grows and how it feeds us: subjects of music, local brews, and normal people doing extraordinary things because they are here in northern Michigan - and it feeds them. Her role as an artist in rural America is to cross-pollinate with the bounty of the area, history, indigenous materials and subjects, other cultures, community, other arts and artists, youth, technology, and the land. Lindy's aim is to inject a distinctive, engaging energy in her work; inspired by artists Wayne Thiebaud and David Hockney.

"I don't think art has to be happy to be good, but I want mine to be both."

 Lindy Bishop

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Sohp Shop was dreamed up by a kid, for kids... Life is full of boring chores. That's why Lilly had the idea that washing your hands shouldn't be one of them - Washing your hands should be fun! Lilly's first surprise soaps were hand made at home using small toys that she found around the house. She and her brother Fletcher sold them at lemonade stands in our front yard, and they were a hit! There the idea was born to make a new and fun way to encourage kids everywhere to wash their hands. As a mom, anything that helps my kids develop good habits is an idea that I can get behind. Less germs. More fun.


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Red Clay Salts began when Molly Fienning encountered one of Charleston’s culinary urban legends: a hot sauce that patrons were stealing right off the restaurant table. She was amused by the sauce’s lore and added a few dashes to her meal. The Fresno-based sauce was full of flavor, subtle heat and complemented every bite. Suddenly, Molly had become a hot sauce person. Prior to Red Clay, Molly had launched a number of fast-growing brands including Babiators – one of Forbes 100 Most Promising Companies. What she saw in this next venture was Geoff’s authentic reverence for tradition, hard work and fresh foods – all things that define Red Clay to this day.


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Babiators is on a mission to protect kids’ eyes while they’re out exploring this awesome world. Babiators kids have a sense of adventure and optimism for the future – they know they can go anywhere, conquer anything, and be total rockstars on the journey.

 

Monday, August 9


Katherine Miller Knuth
and 
Tricia Heaton Designs 

  

5 ~ 8 PM
Leland gal
106 N. Main



Katherine Miller Knuth
is an artist specializing in lively land and seascape acrylic paintings. Each summer and winter she returns to her hometown in Northern Michigan to be inspired by Leelanau County's pristine countryside and lakeshore as well as it's charming, historic villages. Currently, she resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan with her husband and their two children and works from a sunny home studio.

Katherine Miller Knuth

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Tricia Heaton Designs creates unique and current needlepoint kits created with the best quality products for traveling stitchers. The canvases are hand stitch painted and include the finest quality fibers made from silk and wool. Each kit comes with two needles.This is what you can say Tricia Heaton will be there with both Thörn Alexander and Ramsay Gourd needlepoint canvases and kits.

Tricia Heaton

 

 

 

Monday, August 16


Lucy "Lea" Tucker,
Maria Tucker Jewelry
and Josie Stillwell
 

  

5 ~ 8 PM
Leland gal
106 N. Main



When she’s not building creative communication campaigns for her public relations clients, Lucy “Lea” Tucker can be found playing in the great outdoors: skiing, hiking, camping and en plein air water color painting. Lea also dabbles as a wildflower identifier, gourmet-backpacking chef, beach-comber, reader and writer. Lea hails from all parts of the country and stays true to the motto “a rolling stone gathers no moss” in her travels around the globe. While at home in the small mountain town of Aspen, Lea also enjoys summer up north and travels to exotic big cities, European countryside and anywhere with water and sand.

Lea Tucker 

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Maria Tucker is a master goldsmith, landscape architect, painter, drawer, amateur naturalist. Her work is inspired by nature, especially her surroundings here in Northern Michigan.