OPENING RECEPTION for Cider + Clay: A Celebration of the Handcrafted Mug

Join us on Saturday, October 5th from 2-4pm for the opening reception of Cider + Clay: A Celebration of the Handcrafted Mug! This exhibit features handmade ceramic mugs crafted by potters around the United States. We will be providing local apple cider and fresh cider donuts, and guests will have the opportunity to purchase mugs from the show to fill with cider and enjoy during the opening.

Plus, a live violin performance by Sterling Brownell!

This event is free and open to the public.

And if you’re around earlier in the day and looking for a fun fall activity, check out our other event: Beginner Needle Felting Workshop – Pumpkins!

Craft Night! with local artist Heather Swenson

Join us at Grey Fox Mercantile on Thursday, July 25 from 5-7pm for our monthly Craft Night! And this month, we are very excited for artist Heather Swenson to join us! Heather’s beautiful silkscreen prints are on currently on display along our gallery wall for this month, and this Thursday, she’ll be joining us to share her process. So stop in and say hello, grab a refreshment, or bring a project to work on and spend the evening with us! This event is FREE and open to the public.

What is Craft Night?
Craft Night is a FREE event at Grey Fox Mercantile, organized by Erin Gardner of Grey Fox Felting, as a way to create a space for local makers to gather, create, and learn about each other’s processes.
Bring a project to work on, bring a friend, or just stop in and say hello!
We look forward to seeing you there!

Marc-Anthony Polizzi – Studies

Grey Fox Mercantile announces its newest upcoming exhibition: Studies by Marc-Anthony Polizzi. The exhibition will be on display from May 3 – June 1, 2019. The show will feature a collection of new sculptures. There will be a reception on Saturday, May 11 from 2pm – 4pm with live music and light refreshments. The event is free and open to the public.

Polizzi’s work has been shown in cities across the United States, including Chicago, New York City, New Orleans, and Kansas City. He has also appeared in numerous publications from New Glass Review (Corning Museum of Glass) to Staging Spaces, Scenic Interiors (Gestalten Publishing). His current body of work further developed while in residency at Sculpture Space, a time that allowed him to establish new techniques and experiment with paint, texture, and form.