Meet The Artists Of West Elm’s Holiday Bazaar

By Dacy Gillespie
In Style

West Elm continues its support of local artists by hosting a Holiday Bazaar in its St. Louis Galleria store. For Small Business Saturday, the Bazaar will showcase five makers and their handcrafted wares ranging from jewelry to ceramics. Get to know the artists here and then meet them in person this Saturday, Nov. 29, from 1pm to 5pm.

Photo courtesy of Meredith Tabscott

Photo courtesy of Meredith Tabscott

Angela Staehling paints a variety of botanicals which have been sold in stores like Bed Bath & Beyond and IKEA. Travels to Italy and France inspire her work, with fresh color palettes, organic textures, and whimsical patterns.

The Barnhouse Project features handcrafted and upcycled treasures in its shop in the barn of the Missouri Centennial Farm, 60 miles west of St. Louis.

Prints by Poppy Mae was created by Meredith Tabscott with a love of language. The shop sells prints, cards, and home décor items printed with inspirational, whimsical, and thoughtful phrases and bright, clean design.

Artist Timothy Waldrop does amazing things with scraps most would toss in the garbage. Collected mostly from home renovations in the Macomb, Illinois area, the castoffs come together in beautiful mosaic-like frames.

Carmelita Nuñez believes that daily rituals deserve beautiful, unique tools. Her ceramic housewares, from dinnerware and drawer pulls to jewelry, give a feeling of whimsy and reflect the importance of these moments.

Enjoy treats from Whisk Bakery and Williams Sonoma hot chocolate while you shop. For more information, check out the St. Louis West Elm store’s Facebook page.

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