Mineral Point Galleries, Studios & Workshops
Against the Grain. Part studio and gallery with unique, hand-carved hardwood sculptures by Don Mahieu, part quilting and needlework studio for Joey Mahieu with a gallery of delightful new and old quilts, fabrics and a very unique line of sewing antiquities. If it has to do with needlework, there is something here for you. 31 High Street, Phone: 608.987.2329 email: email@example.com
Brewery Pottery Studio/Gallery.A rambling old limestone building, formerly a brewery, tucked into the hillside is where Tom and Diana Johnston make pottery. Diana has carved out space for welding and painting too. Along with their work, you will find a large selection of art from 100+ artists. Open daily, 10-5, Apr – Dec. 276 Shake Rag St. 608.987.3669 email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chestnut Hill Studio. 225 Commerce St.
de la Pear. Arlene Byrne has created a fibre lover’s paradise at her unique store and artists’ gallery de la Pear in downtown Fountain Street. Specializing in organic fibres and textiles, it features original garments and hand crafted merchandise that are mostly fair trade and made in the USA. The range includes purses, hats, rugs, scarves, artisan soaps, scents and small batch lollies. Adjacent to the gallery and workshop space is de la Pear’s salvage store – a treasure trove of antiques, vintage and home décor pieces.
A popular meeting place for local and visiting artists and crafters, de la Pear offers regular demonstrations, classes and workshops in weaving, knitting, rug hooking, quilting and needlepoint. Located on 12 Fountain Street, Mineral Point, Wisconsin. Summer opening hours are from 11am – 5pm, seven days a week. Seasonal hours – please call ahead Phone: 608-987-2902. Email: email@example.com. Website: www.delapear.com Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/de-la-Pear/294812337254177
Dela Kazine Studio. Located in Highland Wisconsin, Ann is a friend of Mineral Point whose glass work is regularly featured in national magazines. 608.554.0770. email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doc’s Point of View Gallery. 160 High Street
Duncanson Woodworks. Since 1974, Joel has been building a wide variety of pieces including original designs and traditional designs based on mid 19th century mid-western country furniture. He creates reproduction and contemporary millwork, including doors,windows,casings, storefronts,and mouldings, plus cabinetry for kitchens,bookcases, media centers, bath vanities and on and on. email: email@example.com
Felly Studio. Woodcarvings by Al Felly. Backyard Studio open during the summer months whenever Al is at work. On Shake Rag Street right across from Shake Rag Art Center. Al is also the author of a children’s book based on his Santa carvings.
Green Lantern Studios/Gallery. Dedicated art gallery with regularly changing exhibitions featuring work of local and regional artisans. Working studios for Richard Moninski and Carole Spelic’. 261 High Street, 608.987.2880.email: firstname.lastname@example.org
High Point Art. 310 High Street
High Street Gallery. A co-operative of creative artists mostly from Madison. We feature watercolor, en-caustic, collages, and photography on our wall space. We also feature jewelry, sculptures, and art glass in the gallery. We are open weekends April thru December. 33 High Street email: email@example.com
Howdle Studio/Gallery. Bruce Howdle has been creating uniquely designed mugs, steins, vases, and relief sculptures – and the famous stoneware pigs – for over 30 years. His studio/gallery, which is also a work of restoration art, is open most every day. There you are likely to find Bruce working on a mural and happy to show you how his sculptured relief works are made. 225 Commerce St. 608.987.3590 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Johnston Gallery. Award-winning gallery with pottery, paintings and mixed media assemblage by local artists Diana and Tom Johnston, plus a large selection of carefully chosen classic contemporary crafts from over 200 regional and national artists – wood, glass, fiber, forged iron, jewelry and more. Open daily, rain or shine year ‘round,10 – 5. 245 High St. 608.987.3787 email@example.com
Mineral Point Artist Annex. Located in the Mineral Point Artist Annex with other local artists work. Features frequent Open Mic nights and a variety of workshops. 114 High St.
Longbranch Gallery. Rustic, folk, and fine art, the work of over 60 local, regional and national artists, housed in an award winning renovated 1830’s stone building. Open daily seasonally, weekends year ‘round. Always a great place to visit, but now you can also purchase online. 203 Commerce St. 608.987.4499 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
M Studio. Working studio and gallery with photographs and greeting cards by Phil Mrozinski and other guest photographers. Also featuring a small private collection of antiques and collectibles. 234 High Street. 608.341.7953 email: email@example.com
Mulberry Studio/Gallery A renovated 1940’s feedstore/hatchery features the work of veteran studio potter, Frank Polizzi. Open May – October. A winter studio/gallery, an 1890’s cheese factory, is just 6 miles east of downtown on Hwy 39. Open December – March, the site features 4 kilns, including the “Polizzi 120” fast fire wood burning kiln. 608.987.3659 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prairie Oak Artisans. Nature photographer, landscape designer, fiber artist Karma Grotelueschen, and the nature-themed works of over 20 other artists from Wisconsin and Illinois, housed in the oldest extant commercial building in town. 207 Commerce 608.987.3757 email: email@example.com
Rosewind Studio. Home studio for figurative oli painter, Nona Hyytinen. Open by appointment only. 608.987.2394. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simply Scarfs~etc. Handmade scarves and accessories, plus a fine line of Fair Trade, Recycled Sari Ribbon, Silk, Wool, Cotton, Banana Fibre, Mohair, Bamboo and Paper. 154 High Street. email: email@example.com
Sirius Sunlight. Enjoy the color and sparkle of a visit to this working studio/gallery with stained glass by Jill Engels, marbles and other hot glass art by Chuck Pound. 218 High Street. 608.987.2716 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stairway Studio/Gallery. Pop culture, personal experiences and the ongoing collaboration of Steve Swagerle and Connie Morrison provide the inspiration unique paintings with a whimsical flair. 237 High St. Open Fri – Sun. 237 High Street. email: email@example.com
Story Pottery. The gallery features tableware by Harriet Story along with exhibitions of other artist works who represent excellence in design in several media. Story Pottery was established as a studio and gallery in 1990. It is located at the site of old Fort Jackson, a stronghold during the Blackhawk War in 1832. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Windy Ridge Pottery. Joe and Christy Cole use local materials and fire with wood to make beautiful pottery that stands up to daily use. Their gallery is located four miles west of Mineral Point at 3095 State Road 39, and is open daily from 10-5. 563.212.4579. email: email@example.com