Ellison Bay Arts-Spring Art Crawl
May 20 @ 10:00 am - May 21 @ 5:00 pm
The Ellison Bay Arts Spring Art Crawl is always the weekend before the Memorial Day Weekend
Welcome to Ellison Bay Arts 2023 Spring Art Crawl, May 20 & 21, 10-5PM
For over 20 years, Ellison Bay Arts has continued to provide beautiful
creations to nourish bodies, hearts, and minds with fine art, fine craft,
education, artisan food and drink. Go north to Ellison Bay to enjoy the best
view in Door County. Rich in the tradition of arts and crafts, Ellison Bay is
home to artist studios/galleries that feature pottery, original paintings,
photography, wearable art and handmade leather items. There is also a
cider house, coffee house and a folk school.
Clay Bay Pottery-Jeanne and David Aurelius of Clay Bay Pottery create
hand thrown pottery and tiles, which reflects their devotion and delight in
nature. Jeanne is known for her whimsical ladies. Their gallery also carries
original paintings, woodcuts, and pottery from other well known artists.
Turtle Ridge Gallery/Boutique -The gallery space features mixed media
paintings, encaustics and etchings by Mary Ellen Sisulak. The award
winning boutique offers unique handmade leather bags and art to wear
made on site; complimented by artisan jewelry and designer clothing. Turtle
Ridge is surrounded by the inspiration of gardens and nature.
Gills Rock Pottery- Thor and Judy Thoreson offer original a great place to
kick back, enjoy the designs on hand thrown pots which are both functional
and decorative. Beautiful table linens and wooden ware are artfully
displayed with the pottery.
Kick Ash Coffee/Door County Love Artisan Granola- It’s a great artisan market including many hand made crafts, gifts and small home decor type art pieces. It’s the perfect place to
kick back, enjoy the view and in house roasted coffee, granola and other treats from their gluten free kitchen.
Ellison Bay Pottery-John Dietrich and Diane McNeil create beautiful,
functional stoneware pottery and unique Raku pottery inspired by the
beauty and history of Door County. Their gallery also carries paintings by
Thomas Dietrich and Margaret Dietrich. Celebrating 48 years.
The Clearing- is an adult folk school that offers classes in the arts and fine crafts, humanities and natural sciences in a beautiful wooded setting on the
water. Take a tour and visit the bookstore with original art on cards, jewelry and small gift items.
Rob Williams Studio/Gallery Rob’s colorful watercolor and oil landscapes are paired with Shirley’s photographs and gardens.
Island Orchard Cider-offers delicious handcrafted ciders. They have an
outdoor dog-friendly patio. It’s the perfect spot to unwind with a cider flight
tasting. Try their newest cider release Kingston Black, a frothy, full-bodied,
semi-dry cider made with solely Kingston Black apples from row 25 in their
orchard on Washington Island. Cheers!