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February, 17: 10am-8pm February, 18: 10am-5pm

The Michigan Made Market is a carefully curated collection of work made by local artists. Enjoy the creations of over 20 Michiganders for two whole days instead of one!

Curt Bailey:

Bailey ReCreation

Curt Bailey is a retired industrial designer who now is fulfilling his life-long passion of being a full-time artist and furniture designer. From his studio/shop in Royal Oak, Michigan, Curt designs and builds both furniture and fine art.

Hell Fire Detroit

A good mix of brains, hands, and insanity. Fire-roasted Artisan Hot Sauce

Marsha Chamberlin: Flexx Designs

I have always been creative. I started out working in clay but moved to jewelry. Clay work is hard on the body! I make some of my beads and buy others from artists around the world.

Irene Dimitry: Modern Vintage Jewelry Designs

Irene loves creating colorful enamel earrings and necklaces – it is almost like being a kid again with a brand new 64 pack of Crayola crayons! Her latest designs combine multiple finishes and mixed metals, creating additional texture and depth.

Brian & Karen Durham: Empty Nest Makers

We are fused glass artists based in Rochester, Michigan. We create bowls, dishes, platters, wall hangings, tabletop décor, jewelry, and so much more.

Tresha Heath: Tom & Herb

At Tom & Herb we use local, garden grown ingredients to create personal care products for people who live life naturally!

Our products are 100% natural and contain no dyes or additives.

Lauren Holder: On the Shell

Lauren Holder has been passionate about crafting ever since she could remember. She made jewelry for birthday gifts and handmade cards to celebrate people.

Eve Hyde

Hand knits. Baby to adult. Catnip mice.

Denise Ireland: Ireland’s Floral Illuminations

Denise Ireland is a local artist residing in Clawson, MI. She is a graduate of Wayne State University, majoring in Art and education. She taught tole/acrylic painting for over 15 years.

Heather Jarosz: Heddybomb Ceramics

I create handbuilt / hand carved ceramics along with slipcast pieces. Through ceramics I showcase my love for pattern & color.

Alison Johns: Honey Help

I make and sell raw local honey, infused holistic honeys and bee goods. All of which are made by me and my bees from my local hives. My purpose is to help sustain our honeybees and our ecosystem through my sustainable beekeeping practices.

Cheryl Johnson: Carat Gardener

I love making jewelry and I have been making handmade jewelry for over 40 years. I make rings, pendants, earrings and bracelets out of sterling silver and natural stone.

Douglas Johnson: Doug Creates

Doug’s adventures with clay began as a boy through arts and crafts projects at summer camp in his hometown of St. Clair Shores, Michigan.

Rajani Konkipudi: Dwaar Chocolate

Culturally influenced, ethically sourced,bean to bar chocolate maker. We are part of a slave free, child labor free organizaion where sourcing from cocao producers who align with our ideology is prime focus.

Adrienne Kummerl

Book Nooks are miniature scenes that are the size of an encyclopedia. They can sit on a bookshelf between your favorite books or a stand-alone decor piece. The mechanical wood pieces is a German art form where pieces of balsa are cut with a laser and built without nails or glue.

Debbie La Pratt: Debbie La Pratt Art

Debbie LaPratt. Gifted artist. Enthusiastic potter. Fan of Detroit history. Committed preservationist. Enthusiastic art advocate. She’s one of Detroit’s finest and most unique artisans, and she’s very glad you’re here!

David Lamberti: Face the Wall Ceramics

Unique, original, illustrative ceramic tiles equally influenced by abstract art and graphic design.

Kimberly Pendygraft: Madison’s Closet and Farm

I hand craft each bath bomb and my son and my self hand pack each pickle jar. We are also a farm located in Howell Michigan We also just recently won the good foods award for our pickled beets.

Marnie Pinho: love.bymarnie

Hello! I am photographer, Marnie Ponho. When my beloved Grandma, Muriel Haehnel, passed away I started noticing hearts everywhere.  I have turned my heart images into notecards – I love a handwritten note!  Portions of the proceeds help raise funds for NKFM and our walk team, Papa’s Kidney Beans.

Karrie Posio: Posio Studios

Hand sewn journals. Each journal has custom cut paper in signatures that are then sewn into the cover. A closure is created by hand and attached to each journal. Some “artist journals” have a mixed media cover, painted my me.

Wendy Shaft

Linoleum Relief Printing on paper and textiles.
Boxed Stationery: laser reproductions of original art.
Individual fine letterpress printed 5″by 7″ non greeted cards.

Michelle Smart: Bags to Butterflies

Wood that had a previous life as sub-flooring or a cabinet back panels is used. We also use mistinted paint from local hardware stores, donated auto leather, and, we are currently working on ways to create all natural stains and dyes from fruits and vegetables.

David Smykal: Smykman Primitives

I’m repainting old tired paintings, I enjoy seeking out old framed art then rethinking it. I’m currently using acrylics.

Paul Zerkel