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Detailed, hand-painted new and antique items for indoor and outdoor display. Also, custom farm, wildlife and country scenes on your items. Handmade crafts, braded rugs, quilts and dolls. Meet the artist at the shop.
Come visit a studio and gallery where we make and offer 100 percent lead-free, functional pewter items. Visitors may tour the studio and watch us making traditional pewter pieces by hand; shop our gallery and purchase a pewter family heirloom; and select from the works of more than 60 American artisans.
ASL Pewter is the place to go when you are looking for anything you need to decorate your home in the style of the 18th or 19th centuries. We offer classes and instruction. Tours welcome. Closed New Years Day, December 25, Thanksgiving and July 4.
ASL Pewter, where American crafts are made by American Craftsmen.
A folk art gallery in a restored 100-year-old building. We feature handmade works by Missouri artisans and some from neighboring states. In addition to other types, works include: chainsaw sculptures of eagles, fish, turtles, frogs, bears and mountain scenes; outdoor metal art; and American Indian art.
Craig Thomas, a resident of Cape Girardeau, is known for his fine art, murals, street paintings and commissions. His work, which has taken him throughout the Midwest and Europe, is displayed at the Black Door Gallery. Other artists are represented. Open first Friday of each month, 5 p.m.-9 p.m., and by appointment.
Our store features traditional and contemporary works from nearly 300 artists and craftspeople from Missouri and eight neighboring states. In addition to art and fine crafts for the home and garden, the gallery offers apparel, jewelry and gifts for babies and children.
The heart of the Branson Mill is a working Craft Village of 40,000 square feet devoted to craftsmen demonstrating their skills in leather carving, loom weaving, wood carving, pottery, custom embroidery, pen and ink drawings, hand-turned pens from exotic woods, handmade musical instruments, basket making and much more.
In addition to our working craftsmen, Branson Mill has more than 150 booths offering jewelry, fashion accessories, home decor and unique gifts, along with a variety of miscellaneous items. Visit our snack shop for homemade fudge and goodies, satisfy your sweet tooth with a trip through our bulk candy and nut shop, or sit a spell and listen to one of our two free entertainment stages. Admission is always free. Buses are welcome.
Renowned artist Doug Bratcher is a nationally known craftsman, handcrafting barrels, buckets, kegs and churns in the traditional style. Doug creates barrels for movies, historic sites, national parks and Civil War reenactments. Bratcher Cooperage has been in business for more than 20 years.
Visit Bratcher Cooperage and watch the barrel creation first-hand. Check out the gift shop for a wide selection of "Made in the USA" gifts, cards and accessories.
Corbin Mill was built in 1889 by O. H. Corbin and Sons as a flour mill on land given by presidential grant to those displaced by the New Madrid earthquake of the early 1800s. As times changed, so did the usage of the mill. In 1922 it became a feed mill, and in 1945, it was purchased by the United Cooperatives.
Today, the mill retains many of its original architectural features including a 24-inch thick limestone foundation, 12-inch to 18-inch thick walls with a tin standing seam roof. The mill was situated by the Great Spring around which the city of Liberty was founded and which was restored to a park-like setting in 1991.
Now used as an artisan retail center, Corbin Mill houses hand work arts and supplies for rug hooking, knitting, embroidery, beading, and cross stitch.
Craft Alliance Center of Art and Design is a nonprofit art center dedicated to bringing the best of contemporary craft to the St. Louis community. We provide inspiration and education in craft media to a national community of artists, collectors, students, and the art-viewing public. We do this through every creative stage, offering exhibitions, a retail shop, studio art classes, free family programs, and community outreach programs.
Crafters On The Square offers numerous booths stocked by local vendors. Items for sale include, antiques, baskets, hand-crocheted items,wood crafts, aprons, jewelry and numerous arts and crafts. The inventory is restocked frequently, so you never know what you might find.
Earth Star Designs Boutique is a jewelry design studio, located across from the historic Soulard market, offering jewelry and art classes.
Learn to make a fancy purple, green and gold necklace to wear during Soulard's popular Mardi Gras events. Adult and children's classes are available.
In addition to classes, we have a retail shop offering handmade products from artisans around the world. We carry organic skincare products from Hawaii, European imports, recycled jewelry and many other items.
We are an artist's co-op located in South Town Kansas City - between the Brookside and Waldo neighborhoods - offering unique, handmade art, jewelry, gifts, cards and apparel from local artists in a variety of mediums. Member artists on-site will assist shoppers to help them find just the right item and share stories of various artists and their art.
A 19th century general store filled with folk art, antiques and birdhouses. We have handmade sweaters, scarves and hats made from sheep’s wool, handspun from our flock.
Also, we offer tours of the 1807 farmhouse, by reservation.
At Greenwells, you can watch a master cabinet maker. Mike Greenwell is a third generation cabinetmaker. You may stop in the store to see Mike at work; or perhaps catch one of his impromptu carving demonstrations.
Greenwells is a custom woodworking shop making a wide variety of products from tables, to cupboards and cabinets, to Christmas ornaments and historically correct building fronts with doors windows and all the details.
Hannibal boasts a strong arts community offering year-round arts programs. The Hannibal Arts Council hosts a full exhibit schedule in its galleries, plus workshops, school touring and dozens of art programs and services.
Tour the factory where natural soaps are handcrafted by Best of Missouri Hands artisans, the old-fashioned way. Smell the amazing fragrances of the fresh, natural scents used to make more than 60 varieties of soap and other products. All products are available for purchase.
This Mennonite-owned business features handcrafted interior and exterior home decor items. On-site artisans demonstrate furniture building techniques. There is a large collection of Farm House scented candles and hand lotions. Shop for unique, handcrafted gifts.
The Jorge Leyva Studio is a full time working studio of contemporary artist Jorge Leyva. Jorge welcomes visitors to experience first hand the creative process of his artworks. Metal sculpture, stone carving, wood sculpture and mural size paintings are all part of this artist creative nature. The studio has an open house once a year in the spring.
A gallery of fine crafts, including fiber, ceramics, and photography by local artists. Located close to the Katy Trail.
Art from the Midwest, including pottery, jewelry, photography, oils and watercolor.
Exhibits change monthly. Workshops offered. Many pieces are available for purchase.
This area of downtown Columbia contains more than 100 artists and studios. There are film companies; dance studios; interior design shops; music and live performance venues; galleries; a music school; art studios; nightclubs; a theatre; cafes; a farmers market; and more on the horizon. A bohemian paradise.
Bounded by Walnut Street and Rogers Street, between College Ave. and 9th Street.
We are a co-op of Missouri artists, writers, and musicians. The art, Old Drum pottery, and wearing apparel are available for purchase. Private meeting space is available.
We are housed in a circa 1870s building, one block south of the courthouse.
A contemporary artisan gallery featuring art glass, pottery, ceramics, paintings, photography, jewelry, woodcrafts, textiles and whimsical art.
Art gallery co-op offering a variety of hand-made items from prize-winning Missouri artisans: a selection of fine art and fine crafts, including photography, pottery, fiber art, copper, hand-woven accessories, silver, clay and glass. A visiting artist is on hand every weekend.
Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, in historic downtown Clarksville.
Stuff is a family-owned art gallery and store that displays and sells a variety of artwork, including sculptures, and wares representing local, regional, national, and international artists. We choose to sell products made by "mom and pop" shops from all over the country, and we find collectibles and antiques throughout the Midwest. We maintain more than 250 sources.
In addition to the gallery and artwork, you find a variety of items, from home accents and candles to jewelry, handbags, textiles, stationery, baby gifts, and clothing.
Located in the Brookside neighborhood.
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