Don’t miss the fun with Melanie Brooks (Earthenwood Studio) and Rena Hopkins (The Divine Iguana) this Friday eve, October 2, while they showcase their art – kicking off Skeletons Are Alive 2020 and Halloween! Guaranteed to bewitch you!
Take your photo with our favorite happy painter skeleton, back by popular demand – Bob Ross!
Yes! Botanically speaking, it’s a product of the seed-bearing structure of flowering plants. Who knew? Did you? The Dancing Eye Gallery is filling up fast with pumpkin fruits! Artfully speaking, of course.
August 26 is Women’s Equality Day (since 1973) which commemorates the 1920 certification of the 19th amendment to the Constitution granting women the right to vote. The Dancing Eye Gallery and our artists show our support for women which you can see as you shop throughout the store. Keep moving forward, ladies!
The dog days are the hot, sultry days of July and August. It is the time of year when Sirius (the Dog Star) is the brightest. The term has its roots in ancient cultures, astrology and maybe even old wives’ tales. Legend has it that it’s a time when dogs go mad and luck may not be the best, hence, plan your relaxing beach vacations during this hot weather and these longer days, keep your dog cool and comfortable, and yourself as well. Stay cool inside the Dancing Eye Gallery while you shop. We love dogs and have a great canine section!
The month of August brings a bit of nostalgia for the fun had during June and July, the thought of heading to school soon, shorter days and the feeling of rushing to enjoy every minute of every sunny day and starry night before the summer of 2020 changes to fall. The Dancing Eye Gallery can help carry you through this month with great cards for some folks you haven’t seen for a while, T-shirts of days gone by, graduation gifts and cards, and lots of gifts for the cottage, camper or host you are planning to visit! Come on in, it’s comfortable inside and the open door invites you in!
We’ll help get you in the mood to travel Up North for the Fourth of July. If you are staying in town this weekend, the Dancing Eye Gallery will be open on July 4! So, come on in and treat yourself to some artful items to make you feel like you went away.
With summer upon us, finally, we turn to Fourth of July, outside fun and Up North destinations! The Dancing Eye Gallery is full of all kinds of local art illustrating summer and Michigan themes. You’ll have more time to shop at the store now (6 customers max pls) because we have extended our hours to M-W, 10-6; Th & F, 10-7; Sat, 10-6. We are closed on Sunday at this time. If you order online for curbside, we can have your purchases wrapped and ready for pickup! Life is good!
Beginning Tuesday, June 16, parts of Main and Center Streets will be closed in order for restaurants and shops to expand their footprint while following social distancing and mask-on guidelines. So, come downtown to shop at the Dancing Eye Gallery, to eat, drink and to enjoy the fun!