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What’s New in the Gallery Mid-October 2017

At Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery we are constantly on the lookout for eye-catching craftsmanship that you will love as much as we do. Here are some of the latest and greatest! Stop by the Gallery to check them out in person – it’s worth the trip.

New in the Gallery October 2017


Jacque Michelle

Jacque Michelle was recently a featured artist with a showette at the Gallery. Her paintings are now permanently available for purchase.

We carry art cards for $3.95 and foamcore mounted prints starting at $29.

Jacque has been a local artist and art teacher for many years in Boulder. She is a lover and creator of color and expression.

Marni Schnapper x Rick Carter

Another new artist pair at the gallery is Marni Schnapper x Rick Carter.

Their blown glass rings come in solids and transparent, in every color imaginable!

The Glass Forge

We have a new shipment from The Glass Forge Gallery and Studio with your favorite shapes and colors for fall.

The Glass Forge uses traditional Italian Art Glass techniques. Most of their work is done in a team oriented fashion with a gaffer directing the art being created. These techniques have been practiced for at least 2000 years.


Hawkhouse is a new jeweler at the Gallery, dedicated to using ethical and sustainable design practices.

The raw gems used here are made into rings with a metalworking technique called electroforming. Truly exceptional and worth a trip to the Gallery to see in person.


Five Ply Design

Perfect for keeping the birds in your yard happy all year long: BirdHomes by Five Ply Design.

Built with walnut and maple hardwoods, these handcrafted designs bring form and function together.


Mary + Lou Ann

New jewelry has arrived from Mary + Lou Ann!

Inspired by architecture and geometry, the texture and patterns of each accessory is a tactile delight.

These contemporary designs will brighten up your fall.


Stop by to check out these and more new artists and craftspeople at the Gallery. It’s worth the trip to the Pearl St Mall just to check it all out in person.