From The Heart Market: Spread The Love

Lillstreet Gallery Valentines Day Pop Up From The Heart Market

From the Heart Market

Spread the love with mindful, sustainable gifts.

Lillstreet Gallery & Shop
4401 N. Ravenswood Ave.
February 10 & 11, 11am - 4pm 
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Valentine's Day gifts that support ethical practices are at the top of our list. That  extra minute it takes to find thoughtful, sustainable gift ideas is worth the benefits; and our curators are making it even easier this year. We've rounded up a few brilliant ways to gift beautifully while giving back to the community, environment, and humanity. Lillstreet Gallery welcomes you to experience a very special selection of artists near and dear to our own hearts. 
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Stop in for our Valentine's Day pop-up shop, and you'll find a unique collection of locally-made jewelry, hand-dyed scarves, handcrafted undergarments, ceramic vases, cards and more. (All of it brought to you by the hearts and hands of independent artists, small businesses and Chicago-based entrepreneurs, so you can feel good about spreading your love even further.) And if you can't make it to Ravenswood, read on to meet the artists and shop their sites.
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At Lillstreet Art Center, supporting the arts and celebrating special occasions mindfully are part of our everyday practices and core values.   Join us as we give sustainability a little love this heart day - because nothing says, "From the Heart" more than truly one-of-a-kind gifts crafted in the hands of mindful, independent artists. 
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From the Heart Market will feature special
trunk show and pop-up appearances
by these Chicago-based female designers:

 

Rebecca Zemans Lillstreet Gallery From the Heart Market Orbit Bangle

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Rebecca Zemans 

Sculptural Designs in Jewelry 

Rebecca Zemans is a jewelry and mixed media artist whose work can be found in public and private collections around the world. She studied at the University of Michigan, earning dual degrees in Metalsmithing and Cultural Anthropology.

Rebecca strives to reduce her environmental impact with the materials she utilizes in the studio. All metals used in her designs are fair mined and recycled direct from the metal refinery. She uses conflict-free and lab-created gemstones that do not support comprising mining conditions. Rebecca specializes in custom pieces that repurpose metals and stones from heirloom jewelry. 

 

 

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Ms. Amy Taylor

Amy Taylor is a natural dyer and textile artist living and working in Chicago. She creates one-of-a-kind textiles using only natural dye materials such as plants, insects, and mineral salts.

With a passion for eco-friendly materials and ethical fashion, Amy’s work focuses on fabric and form to create high quality, one-of-a-kind garments to make her customers feel comfortable, confident, and beautiful.  Every single pair of Ms. Amy Taylor undergarments is cut, bound, dyed, and sewn by hand to fit a variety of shapes and sizes. Amy teaches textile classes and workshops at Lillstreet Art Center. 

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PINTL + KEYT 

PINTL + KEYT,  was founded in 2015 by designer sisters Shifra and Leah Whiteman. Driven by a desire to change the socio-economic and environmental effects of fast fashion and manufacturing, PINTL + KEYT strives to produce products in the most sustainable and responsible manner. The Whitemans take pride in using organic materials and in paying a livable wage to those who produce their products at Work+Shelter.

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From the Heart Market
February 10 & 11, 11am - 4pm
Lillstreet Gallery & Shop, 1st Floor
4401 N. Ravenswood Ave.
lillstreet@lillstreet.com
773 | 769-4226

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