Each year at Missouri Artists on Main, we support a charity by making ornaments! This year we will be making 2 different ornaments with your donation going to support Haven House, building a new home. Join us every Saturday and Sunday until Christmas, to create a beautiful ornament to keep, while enjoying hot cider and holiday cookies plus supporting a worthy cause.
The children are having a great time making holiday ornaments. One family said this is their 4th year making ornaments at the gallery.
Haven House of St. Louis is a very worthy cause they provide the comfort of home and a community of support to patients and families that travel to St. Louis for medical care.
Bring the family to the gallery weekends during the holiday season and spend quality time with one of the MRA artists making ornaments to take home with you.
while you are here please visit both floors of the gallery to see the work of over 40 Missouri artists.
Happy Holidays! From all of us here at Missouri Artists on Main.
2017 Print Bazaar on Cherokee Street
St. Louis’ Largest, Local, Handmade Holiday Shopping Event
The 10th Annual Holiday Print Sale on Cherokee Street will take place on Saturday, December 2nd, 10:00AM – 6:00PM and is a great way to find one-of-a-kind creations by local artists – no two prints are exactly alike! Print Bazaar on Cherokee provides holiday shoppers with the unique opportunity to complete their shopping lists, support both artists and the local economy and celebrate the singular joy and intimacy of the rigorously handmade.
Featuring over 100 artists inside businesses and venues along Cherokee Street, Print Bazaar on Cherokee transcends conventional boundaries, transforming storefronts and sidewalks into artistic venues. If you want a truly intimate and exciting shopping experience this holiday season, look no further than Cherokee Street- the perfect place to do your holiday shopping!
Holiday Shoppers will find many unique items available for purchase, including posters, cards, calendars, ornaments, hand-bound journals, comic books, clothes and fabrics, as well as handcrafted jewelry, clothes and designs. Cherokee Street will be buzzing with pop up shops and local makers of all kinds. Come enjoy the antiques, books, great food and drinks, and variety of galleries, print shops, and venues that make Cherokee Street one of the most interesting and creative corridors in the Midwest.
Maps will be provided at each venue, artists and businesses will be equipped with personalized stamps. The first five shoppers to collect 30 stamps will win a prize from local businesses and artists.
Print Bazaar on Cherokee Street is Saturday, December 2nd from 10:00AM – 6:00PM and takes place inside over two-dozen businesses and venues along Cherokee Street, between Virginia and Lemp Avenues.