Annual LowellArts Artist Market Opens October 30

The LowellArts Artist Market features giftable fine art and fine craft works by 40+ Michigan artists including pottery, paintings, photos, jewelry, fiber, glass, wood, leather, metal, and soaps. The gallery space is transformed into a retail setting with unique, one-of-a-kind items available for sale at a range of price points. The annual market is a great place for people to purchase handmade items during the gift giving season. This year, the sale dates are extended into January to allow more shopping times.

The artist market is held in the LowellArts Gallery, which is located in the historic district of downtown Lowell at 223 W Main Street, Lowell, MI 49331. Sale dates and hours are: October 30 to December 24, Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 12-5pm (closed November 26). And, January 2 to 23, Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm and Saturday 12-5pm. More info at

Special discounts are being offered to LowellArts Members on December 15 to 24: LowellArts Members at the Individual & Household level will receive 10% off their purchases, and LowellArts Members at the Friend, Patron, or Enthusiast level will receive 20% off their purchases. An annual membership to LowellArts can be purchased at anytime by anyone, and start at $40.

Visitor Policies: “For your safety and the safety of others, masks are required at all times for everyone using the LowellArts facility. Visitors should keep 6 feet of social distance, a limited number of visitors are allowed, and the use of hand-sanitizer upon entry is required.”

About LowellArts
LowellArts connects artists and audiences through the visual and performing arts. Located on Main Street in downtown Lowell, LowellArts is a vibrant arts organization that has served the greater Lowell community since 1977. Annual programming includes: rotating gallery exhibitions, art and theater classes, gallery concerts, community theater, the Showboat Sizzlin’ Summer Concert Series (featuring free evening concerts every Thursday June through August by the Flat River), and the Fallasburg Arts Festival (a two-day juried art fair with 100+ artists, live music, and craft demonstrations held at Fallasburg Park).