Saturday, November 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. will be the 16th Annual People’s Church Fine Arts Sale & Holiday Bazaar!
The People’s Church community, it’s members, friends and supporters and the entire Southwest Michigan community are cordially invited to join us for the People’s Church Fine Art Sale & Holiday Bazaar. Our church will be transformed into a festive venue with nearly 30 local artisans selling their wares and representing mediums including jewelry, glass, pottery, textiles, soaps, photography, confections, turned wood, and more. Full artist list
People’s specialty food items will be on hand for purchase including homemade jams, bread, candy, frozen soups, People’s Famous pasties, soup mixes and more!
Also part of the sale are fair trade items and green / environmentally-friendly gifts.
A high-quality White Elephant sale will be held the day of the Bazaar as well. Shop it while you are here!
While you shop, stop by the Café for a healthy homemade lunch including hot and fresh People’s Famous Pasties.
Over 700 people are expected to cross our threshold that day for unique holiday shopping!
This is a holiday shopping event you don’t want to miss!
Invite your friends and neighbors and we’ll see you there!
How can I help?
Sign-up online to help make pasties, make specialty items, or to volunteer at the Bazaar. Sign-ups can also be found at the Bazaar table in the foyer. All members and friends are needed to make this a successful FUNd-raising event. Please promote the event with friends, family, neighbors, co-workers and your networks and invite them to meet you here!
2017 Fine Art Sale Artists
Anna C. Shade Jewelry & Metalwork
Great Lakes inspired and handmade with heart
At the Rainbow’s End
Whimsical treasures for wee ones
Bella Joy Pottery
Our soaps are handcrafted in small batches, using a blend of olive, coconut, palm, castor and soybean oils. Next we add natural colorings, fragrance and/or essential oils, and a variety of defoliants, from spearmint leaves to clays and pumice. Wonderfully fragrant, our soap bars are both naturally soothing and beautifully simple.
Cheeky Chic-y Studio
fiber and paper upcycled art
Jeff Heaton is a retired art educator who taught for 31 years in Northwest Ohio. Moving to Lawrence, Michigan in 2009 with his wife Theresa, they currently operate their home-based Cheeky Chic-y Studio, creating fiber and paper upcycled art.
During his public teaching career Jeff taught middle school and high school students in a variety of media including drawing, painting, design, ceramics, weaving, and photography.
Jeff currently enjoys teaching area classes and workshops, and together with Theresa they have displayed and sold artwork in local galleries, art fairs and exhibits.
Cherri, a fine arts gallery owner for over 30 years, with a love of both art and chocolate, turned her passion for chocolate into a business. Her eye for high quality and artful presentation has earned her a steady and growing stream of faithful patrons.
Chestnut Hill Creations
Lapidary Jewelry Artist
Confections with Convictions
Fair Trade Organic Chocolates
Confections With Convictions is Kalamazoo’s only shop making hand crafted truffles and other confections exclusively from Fair Trade, organic chocolate. Chocolatier Dale Anderson’s original recipes contain fresh local fruits, herbs, honey, and maple syrup. Vegan and gluten free options are always available. Our mission is to provide employment opportunities for young people with felony records and other barriers to employment, and to produce delicious artisanal chocolates.
origami & photography
Handmade textile goods
Scarves, baskets, onesies, headbands and other giftable items. Many items are made from recycled goods.
The landscape has been Eve Reid’s muse since beginning to create. From free flowing pulp across sheets of handmade paper, to the archaic objects in fiber and paper, the dominant theme has always been the landscape.
Eve Reid taught in the art department at Western Michigan University and established the papermaking area at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. She founded the Handmade Paper Guild and was a founding member of the Kalamazoo Book Arts Center.
Linda Kekic specializes in making dichroic glass jewelry, including necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings. Loves combining glass with stones, silver, brass and copper. Also makes fused glass bowls, vases and sculptures.
Julie Bos Glass Art
Kalamazoo Candle Company
Handcrafted in the heart of Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Candle Company makes soy candles that will surprise and delight. Each one is designed to have a long burn time and burn cleanly. Sure to make the perfect holiday gift!
South American Woven Clothing
Alpaca sweaters, blankets, scarves, ponchos, tapestries
We feature brilliantly colored fabrics with unique prints you won't find anywhere else in town. Also, beautifully hand quilted clothing and quilts. We have a large selection featuring Flower Fairies, Dr Seuss, and much much more!
MamaLeeLu Cold Brew
Cold Brew Beverages
Meg Tang Jewelry
Meg Tang Jewelry is simple, delicate jewelry hand-fabricated from sterling silver, gold, and stones.
Michael Kifer Clay Studio
My work continues to evolve while maintaining elements of color, texture and a sense of exploration and fun. Having made my living as a full-time ceramics artist I am so fortunate to go to work every day doing what I love. I am constantly observing the world and drawing inspiration from the most abstract of places and hope that my own sense of fun and curiosity comes through in my work. With more than 30 years under my belt I am still growing, changing and remain excited for what’s next.
didgeridoos and custom art
There once was a little girl who, many moons ago, wished to play a didgeridoo. Upon her 35th Christmas her dream finally came true.
As an aspiring artist without a canvas, and a new found passion with her new didgeridoo, her journey began as a didgeridoo artist when she made and painted her very first piece. One didge led to another and another creating many happy smiles on people's faces as they received her work. Treading down the path her spirit is leading her, she found her way to her first of many didgeridoo festivals, gathering and growing a family of like minded enthusiasts. Her combined passions of the didgeridoo and creating beautiful art continues today, 11 years later, as she is constantly looking for ways to please her patrons.
Plush monsters and seasonal treasures
One woman hand printing artisan t-shirts in Kalamazoo, MI.