Come one, come all, bring your friends and loved ones, and be ready to find your affordable and beautifully handmade, holiday gifts at the Heartland Artists Gallery. Each week, more items are created and brought into this charming art gallery at 101 N. Michigan Street in Plymouth, Indiana. During gallery hours, 10 – 4pm, Tuesday – Saturday, November 13 – December 30, this annual event pleases all who attend.
Looking for a gift for someone special? Nothing says ‘meticulously made with love’ more than an artist’s work of art, be it a keepsake box, jewelry, painting, stained glass, pottery, hand-painted wooden tray, textiles, ornaments, or greeting cards. Something for everyone is here, so come spend a moment taking in the depth of an artist’s imagination produced in a tangible piece of art just for you.
Your support of what makes an artist’s life light up with joy is much more than a simple purchase; it means what they have poured their hearts into brightens your world, as well. Whether it’s a beautiful piece for your home, a gift for yourself, or a present for a special occasion or holiday, the Heartland Artists Gallery is here for you year ’round, and its artists look forward to providing you with something unique during the Holiday Shoppe event.
The Heartland Artists Gallery’s mission is to support area artists and to bring and to teach the arts to our community. Our not-for-profit gallery gives area artists a venue to show and sell their artwork. Activities are made possible, in part, by the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County and The Indiana Arts Commission, which receives support from the State of Indiana and The National Endowment for the Arts. Visit www.heartlandartgallery.com and find us on Facebook and Instagram. For more information, contact the gallery at 574-936-9515, which is located at 101 N. Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth, Indiana.
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