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Inspirational Places of Business
Leelanau attracts the  nest artists, and the best places to see their work are at businesses that invite you to view their works.
Following is a list of stops on your “artsy” journey through the Leelanau Peninsula. They vary from downtown shop fronts to private studios. At either type of place, you’ll  nd folks who enjoy sharing the work inspired by beautiful Leelanau County.
CEDAR L.Saile Designer Jewelry 9044 S Kasson St, Cedar
Home of Leelanau Peninsula
artist Liz Saile and her shop dog, Chunk. Stop, shop, and visit the artist at work in the studio. Liz
does everything from start to  nish,  nding the stones, polishing, and designing each piece individually. Have a treasured piece of jewelry created around your favorite Leland Blue, Petoskey, or Beach Stone. Necklaces, rings, earrings, and rosaries made from gems and minerals native to Michigan and unique places from around the world. Each piece is one of a kind. Open Monday through Saturday 10 – 5, closed on Thursday and Sunday.
Mary Fuscaldo - Rimwalk Studio
4249 Whitehill Road, 231-632-9290
You’ll  nd the work of Deborah Ebers, who is shown above, featured at Tamarack Gallery in Omena.
4 miles south of Lake Leelanau, on the west side of lake, off Hohnke Road. Watch for the sign on Hohnke Rd. and then on
Whitehill Rd.
An award-winning artist, Mary specializes in pastel and oil landscapes of the beautiful Leelanau Peninsula. Her studio
is open to the public most days
by appointment or chance. Commissions of your favorite view in pastel or oil are available. Mary’s work can also be seen at the Main Street Gallery in Leland.
EMPIRE Sleeping Bear Gallery
10085 W. Front St., Empire 231-326-2ART (2278) or Come Nourish Your Spirit &
See What’s New! Featuring a Collection of Unique Michigan Art in ALL Mediums! One Block West of M-22 in Empire’s Historic Clipper Building. Call or visit our Website or Facebook page for Current Hours & Special Events. Open May 20th thru October.
Secret Garden Gallery
10206 Front St. 326-5428 Renowned gallery of  ne art and handcrafted items. Featuring the work of more than 200 artists and craftspeople including many local artists in a diverse collection of wall art, jewelry, pottery, wearables, glass, ornaments, paper goods, home wares and children’s toys. Online store has a small selection of some of our most popular items.
GLEN ARBOR Becky Thatcher Designs
5795 Lake Street, Glen Arbor 231-334-3826. Contemporary jewelry designer, Becky Thatcher, combines color, form and texture in organic pairings of stones and precious metals. Leland Blue, Petoskey stones as well as recycled materials, such as vintage lunchboxes, are also canvases
for Becky’s designs. Her elegant designs illustrate her love of nature and commitment to aesthetics. With four locations in Northern Michigan to serve you, Glen Arbor,
Leland, Harbor Springs & Traverse City.
Glen Arbor Botanicals
6590 Western Ave.
A Naturalist’s Gallery. Curated collection of Antiquarian natural history prints, Japanese woodblocks and interesting objects from around the world.
Glen Lake Artists Gallery
6023 S. Lake Street, Glen Arbor
Glen Arbor’s original art gallery located across the lawn behind Lake Street Studios.
Featuring the  ne art and
craft of area artists for over 30 years. Pottery, paintings, paper, photography, jewelry, glass,  ber, and mixed media re ecting the beauty of Northwest Michigan. Open late May through October. Please visit us on Facebook.
Ruth Conklin Gallery
6632 M-109, 334-3880, Gather your up north memories
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