Detroit Scroll glasses
Petoskey stone wine stoppers by Hurbert
Peninsulas serving tray
Celebrity nightlights by Amy Flesher
Assorted mugs by Peninsulas, City Bird and Midwest
Only a few more days to shop! You won’t be caught empty-handed if you visit the Dancing Eye Gallery this week. Not only do we have some perfect gifts for you, but we’ll offer to wrap your gift so that you won’t have to!
We have extended hours this week for your shopping convenience. We are open today until 7 p.m.; Tuesday through Friday until 8 p.m.; Saturday until 7 p.m. and Sunday (Christmas Eve) until 3 p.m. We will be closed next Monday (Christmas Day).
Join us and meet the artist this Friday, December 15, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. as we feature Blackened Ruby vintage-inspired and amusing jewelry by Jenn Lootens.
Jenn is a local beader and jeweler. Her handmade designs suggest making new traditions while looking back into your own jewelry box. Most of all, wearing Jenn’s jewelry is fun because she has fun creating it! As you can see from the above samples, she doesn’t think that jewelry has to be serious, expensive or unexciting. Don’t miss this opportunity to see Jenn’s collection!
Ghost skull coffee mug
Meditating skeletons mug
Swamp green tankard
Bronze shaving bowl
Skull shaving bowl
Join us on Friday, December 8 for a trunk show with Nicole Pangas, one of our local artists, at the Dancing Eye Gallery from 6 to 9 p.m. Nicole will have a selection of her unique and handmade ceramic dishes, mugs and other vessels.
Nicole’s extensive art background and talent led to her receipt of the Editor’s Choice Blue Ribbon Award at the Henry Ford Museum’s Maker Faire Detroit. She currently works in Ann Arbor.
Guaranteed fun! See you this Friday!
The Dancing Eye Gallery’s online store is now up and running! Just click on the “Shop” icon and take it from there!! It’s so easy! Happy shopping!
First Friday with Anne Rogers!
Anne is a Michigan native and lives in Ann Arbor. She is a fused glass artist, which, in a nutshell, involves cutting and shaping the colored glass pieces then heating them twice at very high temperatures. Her interest in art extends to other forms such as jewelry and painting, but fusing is her passion and landscapes are her favorite designs. Her Michigan birch tree pieces are striking!
Come and meet Anne this Friday, December 1, at the Dancing Eye Gallery from 6 to 8:30 p.m. and delight in her fused glass creations!
Here are some close-ups from her collection:
DEG exclusive T-shirt
Detroit Scroll T-shirt, Detroit Scroll scarf
Detroit Scroll onesie
Morris + Essex hand-printed bamboo jersey scarves
Little Minnow Design infinity scarves
Don’t miss one of your favorite events in Northville: Girls’ Night Out! Guaranteed to be a fun, festive and frosty night. The Dancing Eye Gallery is a must with oodles of new stock, from clothing to jewelry; accessories to greeting cards; and much more for your shopping fun! And there will be a drawing–just so you know! See you then!
If you see something on our website and have questions about sizes, colors, quantities or whatever, just give us a call at the store: 248-449-7086. We are happy to help!
Jennifer Ethier Design pillow wishes you a Happy Halloween!
Sugar skull cards by Divine Iguana
Divine Iguana necklace
tote+able flask and Haney word magnet
Tonight’s waxing gibbous moon phase necklace
Moonglow full moon necklace and Fired Up trivet
Linda Buck tile
- Halloween–Tuesday, 10/31
- Day of the Dead–10/31 to 11/2
- Full moon–11/4
Celebrate all three! Need some last minute fun Trick or Treat jewelry? Or a Day of the Dead card? And if you haven’t checked out our new Moonglow handcrafted necklaces, it’s a must! Choose a special date in your life and then the phase of the moon that corresponds to that date! Pretty out of this world!
Sharon Laura magnets
Trivet by Fired Up
Marlee Ash painting on wood
Mind’s Eye magnet
Earthenwood Jewelry charm
Another word that rhymes with witch!
Many words rhyme with witch: kitsch, stitch, niche … and the list goes on! If you have an itch for a witch, you’ll strike it rich here at the Dancing Eye Gallery!! Other Halloween and fall items are sure to bewitch, as well! Sorry, we just couldn’t resist the pitch!!!
Cheryl Oz card
And don’t forget downtown Northville’s Streets of Treats (more rhymes!) on Saturday morning, October 28.