2024 Holiday Artisan Market

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Nov 5 - Dec 24

Holiday Artisan Market

Solomon Gallery

Artists Collective | Spartanburg will host an ongoing Holiday Artisan Market Nov 5 through Dec 24, featuring and selling locally made art, specially curated for gift giving. The Market will be open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas day) at the Collective’s Spartanburg location 578 West Main Street.…

Artists Collective | Spartanburg will host an ongoing Holiday Artisan Market Nov 5 through Dec 24, featuring and selling locally made art, specially curated for gift giving.

The Market will be open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas day) at the Collective’s Spartanburg location 578 West Main Street.

An extensive selection of works will be offered for viewing and purchase ranging from ceramics to jewelry to printmaking, painting, fiber arts and sculpture. Each item included in the market is handcrafted by one of the more than 42 participating Collective members and will be available for purchase, with prices ranging from under $5 to more than $1,000.

“Our annual Holiday Artisan Market has become a favorite shopping spot for patrons looking for unique, locally made gifts for their loved ones, including many one-of-a-kind handcrafted items,” says Beth Regula, chair of the management board of the Artists Collective | Spartanburg. “One might find what’s to become a favorite coffee mug, woolen scarf, necklace, earrings, serving dish, painting or print for a friend or relative. Shopping at the Collective also bolsters the local economy. Everything that we sell is made by our members who live in Spartanburg and surrounding counties.”

The event draws larger crowds each year and items offered for sale are replenished throughout the two-month market. “Our artists are well prepared for this event,” says Nancy Williamson, a member of the market committee. “We have stocked up on some of the items that we believe will be popular this year. We encourage people to visit several times because there will always be something new on the tables.”