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117 Gallery Shop

SEE LOCATION and HOURS of the 117 Gallery Shop at the Ann Arbor Art Center

The 117 Gallery Shop in downtown Ann Arbor is a unique retail environment, presenting original, handmade works of art for sale from emerging and established artists, with an emphasis on Michigan artwork.

See anything you like? Come find it at the 117 Gallery Shop. Even though we keep this page up to date our merchandise moves fast, so make sure to call us and make sure that your piece is available (734) 994-8004

Look for the Helpers by Deb Eyde $500

Chocolate glaze ceramics by Blake Zucker $45, $42, $145

Fun & funky functional ceramics by Emily LoPresto $42, $36, $52

Assorted Risograph prints, by Issue Press $17

Pastel Dinnerware, by Andrew Gilliatt $48 tumbler, $52 bowl

Bella Joy Pottery Houses Small $53, Large $84

Playful pinch pots handmade by Lisa Farris $50

Triple Brick Vase by Chris Kamykowsi $62

Serving bowl by Andrew Gilliat $150

Artists

At any given time visitors will discover the work of 75+ artists, including painting, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, glass works, woodworking, paper goods and textiles. We continually seek out new art that is original, creative and unique, so visit often!

Merchandise

The 117 Gallery Shop promotes and sells a defined line of work that is representative of fine art and craft in America. Visitors will find paintings, prints, photography, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and textiles.

Are you an artist?

Artists are invited to submit their artwork for consideration during two open calls for entry periods per year in the Spring and Fall. Join our growing family of artists and learn how you can connect with the Ann Arbor Art Center on our artists' page.

You can also join our artists' mailing list here to receive upcoming opportunities including artist calls for upcoming exhibitions, open teaching positions, and 117 Gallery Shop retail opportunities.

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