Meet the Makers: Bazaar Valentine at 78th Street Studios #7
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.
Taylor Jacobs/ Jennifer McClure, Honeydew Bakeshop
“Honeydew Bakeshop is a home bakery out of Cleveland, Ohio. We create vegan cakes, cookies, and other treats that feed the imagination as much as your sweet tooth. (Like our fan fave Scotcharoo Brownies!) p.s. we would love to be the sweetest part of any celebration of yours - drop us a line or fill out the custom request form on our site!"
Diana Jankowski, Sugar Bomb Confection
"Sugar Bomb Confections is a Cleveland based maker of fine chocolates and baked goods."
Scott Hudson, Rocket E3
“Rocket E3 is the creative endeavor of Scott Hudson, who lives and works in the North Collinwood neighborhood of Cleveland. Scott designs a line of apparel, posters, stickers and mugs with a unique personality and a fun, tongue-in-cheek sense of humor. His work resonates with people who love things like old sci-fi and horror movie posters, vintage comic books, pizza, cats with attitude, and a love of the city of Cleveland and its teams, especially the Browns and Guardians."
Ryan Frisby, Fire Baby Studio
“At Fire Baby Studio we create intentionally bold everyday accessories with polymer clay that are designed to ignite joy. With a primary focus in eclectic handmade earrings, you will find that whether you pick up a pair or find yourself drawn to the various other accessories and home goods created at Fire Baby Studio — one thing remains true — color stories are a love language around here. Every product is intentionally well made with high quality hypoallergenic findings to ensure that the treasures you bring home with you will last a lifetime."
Lindsay Vincent, Copper Acorn Jewelry
“I find joy in transforming simple pieces of copper, brass or silver into jewelry with unexpected modern, organic and natural designs. These architectural and nature-inspired designs could be anything from a butterfly wing, to rows of crops in a farmland, to a spiral staircase. I use various metalsmith techniques to create my jewelry. Recently I’ve focused on etching metals which allows for unique patterns. Then, using various types of media, I often apply eye-catching or bold colors to highlight the designs. My hope is that my jewelry inspires the wearer toward self-expression and confidence through fashion."
Janet Hall, Everything Janet
“For the past two years I have been showing my handblown glass. I work out of a studio in downtown Cleveland. Small to medium size vessels. Cups, bowls, vases, catch-alls etc... I use various techniques and color combinations to create statement pieces that are eye catching and make people smile."
Autumn Johnston, Pierogi Lady
“We hand make over 150 varieties of pierogi including traditional, vegan and gluten free. At events we sell frozen pierogi and have hot food to eat on site."
“My main forms of media are linoleum prints & collages. I love using bright colors and textures in my prints and hope to invoke a sense of modern tackiness."