ART FROM THE BEAR STUDIO
Look for the tag in our gallery and more to come on our website.
This tag represents ART made by friends and volunteers
of the Calumet Art Center!
The proceeds support our
youth programs and operational expenses.
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND
Each piece is One of a Kind and you may see
a slight variation in each piece.
2017 Copper Cradling Basalt
For 1000’s of years the Keweenaw Basalt Ridge
housed our Copper, Silver and Gemstones-
The 2017 Copper Cradling Basalt Ornament honors that connection having
the copper embracing and protecting the basalt.
This one of a kind hand hammered Copper ornament with Keweenaw Basalt
makes the perfect gift that holds historic meaning to share with friends and family.
Click below to see our Fresh Look and New Friends
Click on photo above to view the video curtesy of:
Mariah Powell, Houghton Bureau MMJ Reporter, WLUC TV6 & Fox UP
BOWLS – BOWLS- BOWLS for the Empty Bowl Project 2017!
Each of these bowls are high fired making them dishwasher & microwave safe.
So many to choose from-no limit to how many you purchase.
These BOWLS have more than one purpose:
– They are great for soups, salads, dips etc..
– They are of high quality and make a great gift
– They are only $20 each.
They are for OUR CHILDREN OF THE U.P.
Get yours at the Calumet Art Center today!
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We will ship…
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See our friends working hard
to make this happen!
So much going on…
Check our Calendar for dates and time.
Any questions – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
PAINTING PROJECT 2017…..
The Keweenaw Poet
Our own Poet Loiret
Since retiring from Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, Splake has published over eighty books of poetry and prose writings. In addition he has produced several DVD-films, many upper peninsula broadsides, and was editor of the literary journal “cliffs soundings” for four years.
Visit his Writing Room & Library located upstairs of the Calumet Art Center
Also check out his website at https://tksplake.wordpress.com/
Calumet Art Center Press first edition.
“if the walls could talk”
available at the Calumet Art Center