Mark Ginsberg owns and operates M.C. Ginsberg Objects of Art, a three-story destination jewelry store in Iowa City.
An independent boutique becomes a hotspot in Northeast Minneapolis.
In 1983, 16 artists pitched in $400 apiece to open Show of Hands gallery in Denver.
Jewelers’ Werk endures as one of the few and foremost galleries for leading-edge art jewelry.
The anti-stuffy Mariposa Gallery has showcased fine craft by southwestern makers since 1974.
“My goal is to make craft accessible,” says Brigette Martin, “by showing interesting work in an unintimidating environment.”
The Douglas Dawson Gallery presents ethnographic art in a contemporary art gallery context and also represents contemporary artists whose work relates.
The jewelry on display at Shibumi Gallery in Berkeley, CA, is enhanced by its surroundings.
The Duane Reed Gallery celebrates 15 years presenting "objects with craft roots."
"We've always loved he idea of this furniture being part of someone's daily life."
—Bebe Pritam Johnson and Warren Eames Johnson
1224 Marshall Street NE.Suite 200Minneapolis, MN 55413