Heart and Home

As we start thinking about Thanksgiving, we are reminded that home is where the heart is. So whether you are looking forward to welcoming someone home or wish to bring a heartfelt gift to your host or hostess, the Dancing Eye Gallery has a cornucopia of ideas and art by local artists.

Follow the Zombies

Terrapin tiles

They are all heading to the Dancing Eye Gallery! Why? To check out the Halloween art, cards and jewelry, of course! And, by the way, it’s better to follow them then to walk slowly in front of them! Come for them before they come for you!

 

 

 

Northville Heritage Festival

Card by Anne and Kate

S. Laura magnets

Shionne earrings

C. Oz prints

Cards by City Bird, Seltzer, Rifle, La Familia Green and Boss Dotty

This weekend, September 14-16, the Heritage Festival plans to celebrate the 80s! We’re sure that many of you have some memories of that decade, so you would recognize our selection of radical 80s-inspired creations at the Gallery. Visit us during the festival! Cheers to the 80s! Like totally.

Summer in Northville

Sweet Art Attack coasters

Spork tile

Merging Story ornament

Polka Dot Mitten plaque

BBQ mitt

Iconic D coasters

City Bird card

Summer is kickin’ in and it’s HOT! Hot because there is a lot going on in Northville especially this week: The Tour de Northville event is 6/23, Arts & Acts is 6/23-24 and don’t forget the concerts downtown on Wednesday and Friday nights all summer long! It’s a great time to be out and about. The Dancing Eye Gallery is COOL and full of newness, great gifts for all occasions and and that special little “me-present.” We’ll keep the air on for you!

Father’s Day!

Midwest T-shirt

Midwest mugs

Lovett Sundries

Assorted destination tiles and sports tiles

Mugs by City Bird and Peninsulas

Assorted Father’s Day cards!

Sunday is Father’s Day. The Dancing Eye Gallery has all sorts of gift ideas for Dad–and cards!

Everything’s Coming Up … Flowers!

Terrapin tiles

Terrapin dish

Spork tile

Canvas plaque by All Things Grow and flower by Full Circle

Plaque by Colleen

Midwest T-shirt

MI dish by Colleen

One Acre tile

Emu tiles

Yerace Glass ornaments

Hunter pendant light

Detroit Card Co. print

Downtown Northville’s Annual Flower Sale is this Friday and Saturday! Summer fun is just around the corner! Visit us, we are abloom with new and pretty things!

New at the Gallery

Fused glass “fish bowls” by Su Art

Also by Su Art

Our window with carafe/glass set and vases by ceramic design studio Corbe in Detroit and new Terrapin tiles

Corbe vases, Terrapin tile and dish and Mincing Mockingbird painting on wood

Flag paperclips, clothespins by Canoe

Artist-scripted words in wood by Salvaged Words

The next few weeks are full of great gift-giving occasions! Pictured are some new artists or new ideas! And we some awesome new cards just arrived!

Assorted cards by Ghost Academy, Canoe and Louise Tiler

For Mom

Midwest stickers

Earthenwood prints

Pin by All Things Grow

Mockingbird notebooks

Iconic D plaque

Sapling notebook

Polka Dot Mitten coaster

Moms love the Dancing Eye Gallery. We’ll cheerfully wrap your gift. Need we say more? ♥♥♥

Flowers and Mothers

Flower dishes by Rogers

Baked Beads scarf and Cellar Door soap

Plaque by Polka Dot Mitten

Garden stakes by Rogers

Deshpande necklace

Notepad by Blackbird Letter Press

All Things Grow plaque

Glass birds and wave pieces by Rogers

Baseball cap by GLP, slim notebook by Canoe and water bottles by Polka Dot Mitten

Pouches by Seltzer

Calypso Mother’s Day card

What do flowers and mothers have in common? The Northville Farmers’ Market and Mother’s Day! The market opens for the season this Thursday, 5/3 and Sunday, 5/13 is Mother’s Day. Both of these events tell us that spring is really here! Shop for flower-themed things and gifts for Mom right here! Our door is open, the sun is out and it’s warm!!! 

Grandmothers

Calypso card and Deshpande dish

Polka Dot Mitten plaque

Magnets by Arthur’s Plaid Pants and Mindseye

Macone hanging tile

Rifle recipe boxes

Grandmothers are special. They mean different things to each of us. Remember your grandma!