The Indie Fixx Galleria is a monthly juried showcase of indie artists and designers. Each participate is handpicked from a pool of applicants and represents some of the most creative indie shops around.
I like to think of the Galleria as an ‘Indie Mall’, as each shop has its own ’storefront’ in the Galleria for the month, and through their storefront can share their handmade goods, a little about their story, blog links and more. Starting today, and throughout the month, I will be highlighting a few of the Galleria shops each week.
Read more about the Galleria, the selection process and the Galleria mission here.
If you are an indie designer/crafter/artist or boutique that sells indie goods and would like more info about how to be a part of the monthly Indie Fixx Galleria, just send me an email. I am currently accepting applications for September’s Galleria.
Highlight’s from July’s Indie Fixx Galleria:
Dog Bone Art – Laura McConnel hopes her art makes you smile. She’s been a painter and illustrator for many years, but her latest love is screen printing. By day, she teaches elementary art, and by night she sews and prints plushies and tees.
Tellurus – Inspired by nature, life and times, realized in the finest materials and workmanship. Tellurus, a name derived from the Tellus, is Jasmin Lee’s collection of handcrafted jewellery named after the Roman equivalent of the earth goddess Gaia.
Unravelling – Unravelling is the fine art photography of Susannah Conway, a photographer, writer and ex-fashion editor living on the south coast of England.