One & Only: Gifts Made by Hand

October 16, 2016 — January 25, 2017

Jessica Doody

Feather or Leaf honey pot, cream & sugar

2016 ceramic and wood; no dimensions.
Courtesy of the artist

Meghan Patrice Riley Photo: Easton Schirra

Jessica Goehner

leather tote

2016 leather; 17 x 18 x 4 in.
Courtesy of Directive.

Megan Clark

Stingray Donut Pendant

n.d. sterling silver, 18K gold, stingray leather; no dimensions
Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Jason Dowdle

Tara Locklear

Rubble of Gems Master Necklace

2015 broken recycled skateboards, maple hard wood, sterling silver, pigment.; 8 x 28 x 3 in
Photo: Becky Parker

Sandra Baquero

Versatile Zipper Vest

2016 Fabric; One Size Fits All
Photo: Jeffrey Nieto.

Autumn Higgins

Tree Top Salad Bowls

2016 Porcelain; 6 x 12 x 12 in.
Courtesy of the Artist.

Ahrong Kim


2015 Stoneware
Courtesy of the Artist. Photo: Louise O'Rourke.

ARTspace at The Shops at Woodlake and the Arts Center

Arts Center members enjoy a 10% discount.

When planning your holiday shopping, you need go no farther than the ARTspace shops for distinct, one-of-a-kind gifts. Select from a curated exhibition of over 30 of the nation’s leading contemporary artists. There is something for everyone on your list, and each location offers a different array of items.

Whether your intended recipient is into skateboarding or dinner parties, ONE & ONLY offers gift ideas that express a range of individual styles. Gain street cred with your loved one with jewelry by Tara Locklear (NC). Using reclaimed skateboards, Locklear shapes modern jewel forms and fashions them into a refreshing take on contemporary jewelry. Mixing metals with textile techniques, Meghan Patrice Riley creates light, sculptural jewelry that is sure to please. Each piece is crafted by hand in Riley’s New York City studio.

Something special to adorn the table is always welcome. Serve up a scrumptious gift with a wooden bowl by Jim Sannerud (MN). Hand-carved details and vibrant milk paint are a hallmark of Sannerud’s style. Perhaps a bold statement is what’s needed; a ceramic tray by Francine Trearchis Ozereko (MA) makes the perfect presentation.