Lawrence Street Gallery 22620 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI48220 Since 1987 Lawrence Street Gallery has shown art to the residents of Ferndale. The gallery displays art from local…More artists. Shows are put on for one to two people and groups. Monthly exhibits include paintings, drawings, jewelery and photography. E-newsletters about future exhibits and shows from the gallery are available through its website.
State of the Art Framing & Gallery 918 W 9 Mile Rd, Ferndale, MI48220 State of The Art Framing & Gallery wants to complement your art with its frames. Custom orders are met with creative…More solutions, and State of the Art cuts its own frames to provide a higher-quality product.
Next Step Studio and Gallery 530 Hilton Rd, Ferndale, MI48220 The Next Step Studio and Gallery primarily features the work of artist and owner Kaiser Suidan. Suidan professional…More experience includes teaching positions at Country Day Middle School and Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center. He has several local commerical installations featured at Compuware, Diamler Financial Services and Rossetti Architectural Services. The Next Step Studio and Gallery was accepted by The International Expositions of Sculpture Objects and Functional Art (SOFA) in 2004.
Paramount Bank 22635 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI48220 Paramount Bank is community bank, with three other branches in Michigan. This branch has a pleasant and contemporary…More interior with a community arts Paramount gallery combined with the bank. The gallery has regular exhibits by local artists. This location offers a drive-thru and the bank is approved by local FHA experts.
The Butcher's Daughter 22747 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI48220 The Butcher's Daughter contemporary art gallery opened in 2009 and is focused on the representation and sale of…More emerging and mid-career artist's work. The gallery creates innovative, cultural context for art through bi-monthly exhibitions, public events and personalized services for every level of collector. The owner (daughter, grand daughter and sister of a butcher), Monica Bowman, holds a master's degree in museum studies from Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., and a specialization in contemporary art from Sotheby's Institute of Art in New York. Bowman teaches at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, is a native Michigander and resides with her husband in Ferndale.
Touch of Light Studio & Gallerie of Handblown Glass 23426 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI48220 Touch of Light showcases the work of John Fitzpatrick, who studied and worked at glassblowing shops in Denmark and…More Sweden. His contemporary and decorative handblown art glass includes vases, bowls, perfume bottles, lamps, paperweights, suncatchers and ornaments, all in an array of colors and designs. Touch of Light offers glassblowing classes, scheduled days and evenings throughout the year. Dates are scheduled as classes fill. So if you're interested in learning how to blow glass or just want a handblown glass product for yourself, call Touch of Light.