1421 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80302
Toll free phone: (866) 656-2667
Local phone: (303) 443-3683
Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery is one of the oldest artist cooperatives in the United States. Located on the Pedestrian Mall in Boulders Downtown Historic District, it is a popular destination year-round. They represent hundreds of artists from Colorado, the Rocky Mountain region and throughout the United States.
Select a perfect piece of handmade American craft.
1 Lake Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Luma celebrates fine crafts made in America, plus items including clothing, handmade jewelry, one-of-a-kind lamps and mirrors, surprising outdoor art and kaleidoscopes. Located along the driveway at the entrance to Broadmoor Main in Northeastmoor.
You will find my Treescapes and Celestial Collections at this location. I am delighted to be a part of this beautiful location at the Broadmoor.
10351 N Water St, Ephraim, WI 54211
42nd Street Accents offers an extensive collection of art jewelry, hand-tooled leather purses and home decor. Located in the Green Gables Shops of Ephraim WI in Door County. Open daily from May through October.
You will find my latest Treescapes Collection there. It’s an honor to represent Colorado back in the Midwest.
828 Grant Avenue, Novato, CA 94945
Located in a historic building in Old Town Novato, Sage Gallery features artists and designers who seek to bring creative elegance into our lives.
Sage carries hand crafted jewelry, colorful art glass and unique home accents.
You will find my Celestial series there. It is a pleasure to be represented by this gallery in California.
215 Chapala Plaza, Monument, CO 80132
Marylee Reisig puts her heart and soul into creating an inviting environment for people searching for those unique gifts. The beautiful cottage setting, that is Santa Fe Trail Jewelry, is located in the heart of Historic Downtown Monument, Colorado.
I am truly honored to be a part of this collective of handcrafted, designer jewelry.As Marylee says, “Jewelry offers each of us an expression of who we are.”