featured female artists
Erin Smith art was born with a need for humor and sarcasm using old family photos. Her zest for life and fun come across in her one of kind pieces of art that will leave a smile... or a smirk....
Lisa started her company in 2008 when she was laid off from her job as a bedding designer. She ran the company out of her mom's basement (!!!) for the first 4 years. She has been in business for 14 years now!
Cheryl Stevens was ready to take on a new project after closing her Sault Ste. Marie gift shop. Thus, ceramic creations started, inspiring her to travel to local art shows on weekends. She soon realized a niche market. Over the past decade, Cheryl has traveled to art shows throughout the United States, selling her work.
Katy’s sense of fashion and unstoppable work ethic has turned Katydid into an emerging leader in famous women’s apparel and accessories. The business continues to grow yearly, and it was recently listed in the Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest-growing private businesses in America.
Primitives by kathy
Kathy designed the first “primitive candle box” in 1997. Crafting the box by hand and taking care of each detail, from the sanded edges to the type of ribbon tied on the wire handles, was a work of passion. Demand snowballed for the growing line of handmade products, and she received tremendous success!