Meet the Makers: Bazaar Valentine at 78th Street Studios #4
It's our first show of 2024, in our 20th anniversary year, and we'll be at the place it all began: 78th Street Studios! Saturday February 3rd from 10-6:00 shop with 100+ makers bringing you the very best in handmade + local gifts for your sweetie (or yourself... we don't judge).
1301 West 78th Street (look for the Your Art Sucks neon sign above the door). We'll be on the lower and first floor levels, and the resident artists will be open throughout the building.
Liz Madison, Lizzie with Wings, Maker of Things
“Lizzie with Wings, Maker of Things is a life-long creator based in NE Ohio specializing in handcrafted ceramic jewelry + a collection of unique, curated pins/flair/buttons. Her heart is to create pieces that inspire memories & encourage connection."
Jenny Chalk, Jenny Chalkdoodles
“I draw and sell my art as prints, greeting cards, stickers, and clothing/home accessories (shirts, hats, hand towels). I describe my work as happy, positive and fun - with a side of pizza. My favorite part of drawing and selling my work is seeing people smile when they look at it. (Also I LOVE Valentine's Day!)"
Danielle Fishley, Three Roses Bakery
“Three Roses Bakery is a home bakery located in Lakewood, Ohio, where everything is scratch made from my home to yours. Three Roses Bakery specializes in cakes, cupcakes, tarts, cookies, cookie cakes, bars & bites. I believe that every bite should be an experience, and strive to make each and every treat a memorable one."
Danielle Gura, Firelands Wax
“Experience the natural and nostalgic scents of Northern Ohio with artisanal, handcrafted soy candles from Firelands Wax. Each locally inspired, seasonal candle is made with domestically grown soy wax, pure cotton wicks, and toxin-free fragrance oils for a clean and long lasting burn that's enjoyable for even sensitive consumers. Handcrafted by owner and artisan Danielle Gura in her home outside of Oberlin, Firelands Wax offers a premium, locally inspired option for candle lovers who enjoy both simplicity and seasonality in their homes."
Gina Giallombardo, Freeze Dried Cleveland
“We make delicious freeze dried candy. We have everyone’s favorites and a few fantastic flavor combinations that are out of this world. We also make custom patty trays for all occasions."
Sara Rockburn, 2 Odd Birds
“2 Odd Birds is one small business owner’s rebellious self-expression, featuring nature-inspired jewelry consisting of gorgeous stones and oxidized brass. Sara is a long-time city girl that grew up in Cleveland and now lives in Olmsted Falls surrounded by nature. Her risk-taking spirit and bold designs are sure to turn heads and capture attention."
Haley Mortensen, Haley Mortensen Art
“Haley Mortensen is an illustrator and designer from Cleveland, and enjoys storytelling and creating characters through her work. She uses traditional and digital mediums, with an emphasis on marker and gouache. This artwork is then featured on art prints, stationery, and gift items."
Ian Barrett, Fuego Fermentations
“Fuego Fermentations makes carefully composed, unique, balanced and complex vegan and gluten free fermented hot sauces and BBQ Sauces. I was fortunate to have been recently given national recognition by winning a Good Food Award. I take great care and pride in the good food I make as well as the good ways in which I make it. All of my sauces are non-gmo and almost everything in my sauces is locally sourced. I work closely with Rainbow Farms in North Perry to ensure that I use the best ethically and locally sourced ingredients possible. It is important to me that I put as much money as I can into the Cleveland and Northeast Ohio food system. The passion I have for chilies and fermented hot sauce is evident in how tasty my sauces are. I offer a wide selection of flavor profiles and heat levels. I have some awesome mild sauces no doubt, but the trend is that more people want heat in their sauces. I take a lot of care dialing in that balance of heat and flavor, which other brands tend to lack. A stand-out of my sauces is the way I use fruit in them. I use just enough fruit to get the layers and complexity I want, and then I cut them off. Like a vocal harmony, there is a sweet spot you can live in, but once one of those notes oversteps its’ boundaries, then it is all off. To keep the high-quality standards of my products, inside and out, nothing is co-packed. All Fuego Fermentations products are hand bottled, hand labeled, and hand waxed by me proudly in Old Brooklyn, the community we live in, at the Old Brooklyn Cheese Company."