Crossings is gathering four guest artists into our gallery, artists intent on spring cleaning their stock to make room for new artwork.  Come into Crossings during Saturday and Sunday, April 28-29, and lay claim to your favorites to grace your home or to give as gifts. This special event provides you, our guest, with local art at bargain prices.

This indoor art fair is open to the public, free of charge. Crossings Clay Studio members will have their pottery on display, available for purchase. You can also shop select merchandise at Crossings, which will be marked up to 75 percent off.

Artists will be on hand to answer questions and describe the inspiration behind each piece.

Participating Clearing House artists include:

Renee Nationis a fiber artist who will be offering felted coasters, wallets, key and card holders, ornaments, scarves for home and body, and wall art for sale. She loves to play with color and texture, and strives to produce beautiful items of the best quality.

Sheila Perryis a self-taught watercolor painter residing in Chatfield, MN. She explores light through color and takes inspiration from nature. Giving attention to the smaller details in ordinarily small, organic forms, she magnifies the whimsical beauty of what we overlook. Her work has been featured in the Bloomington Center for the Arts, Blick Art Materials in Roseville, and SEMVA in Rochester.

Clay Studio Artists will have everything from mugs and bowls to tea boxes and fairy houses. Participating members are Maria Poliszuk, Karen Flynn, Shannon Severson, Anna Stein, Polly Noll, and Heathermarie Mona.


Sueann Johnson of Suezzy's Creations is bringing handcrafted jewelry. Her home-studio is in Dodge Center.

Stacy Drenckhahn from Zumbrota, is bringing assorted fiber art creations along with new items such as beeswax candles and origami. She specializes in needle felted gnomes, critters and little scenes. .