Peninsulas shot glasses
Pretty Mitten bracelets
Polka Dot Mitten mug
City Bird decals
Guess what? Bling!
May we suggest any of the above items? And there are many more fun little stocking-size gifts at the Dancing Eye Gallery! Get them before they disappear into someone else’s stocking!!
This Friday, December 7, is First Friday in downtown Northville! The Dancing Eye Gallery will host two artists that night from 6-9 p.m.: Rena Hopkins (Divine Iguana) and Nancy Legault (Three Olives and a Pickle).
Rogers nightlight, unlit
Green 3 handwarmers
Rogers pins and ornament
La Familia Green boxed cards
Rogers dish, C. Oz boxed cards
Lee Santa mailbox
Watch for Santa to make his annual appearance in Northville very soon! He’s already stopped at the Dancing Eye Gallery leaving Santa art everywhere! We can tell you that he is definitely a jolly old elf! His eyes twinkled and his dimples were merry!
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!
Paper Source holographic garland
9th Letter Press card
Marlee Ash plaque
Join us at the Dancing Eye Gallery this Friday, October 5, at 6 p.m. as three of our artists showcase their art in conjunction with The Skeletons Are Alive in the streets of downtown Northville! It will be frightfully fun!!!
The “scariest” and yet most anticipated time of the year in downtown Northville is happening on Friday, October 5 at 6 p.m.
Above are photos of Rena Hopkins surrounded by her Divine Iguana goodies, Melanie Brooks in all of her Day Of The Dead splendor and mug shots by ceramic artist Nicole Pangas. These three artists will have their works here at the Gallery for October First Friday where even more Halloween art and light refreshments can be enjoyed in conjunction with The Skeletons Are Alive party in the streets!
Card by Anne and Kate
S. Laura magnets
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.