7th annual holiday bazaar

During the holiday season, the Common Street Arts gallery is transformed into a marketplace filled with unique and distinctive gifts created by talented artists + makers. This year’s bazaar will feature exclusively handmade crafts from over 60 artisans selected by Common Street Arts for a one-of-a-kind retail experience.

The Holiday Bazaar provides an opportunity for talented makers throughout Maine to exhibit and sell their original wares in a curated gallery setting. The Bazaar also creates an opportunity for the community members to buy local and support Maine makers.

The Bazaar serves as one of the primary fundraising initiatives for Common Street Arts and proceeds provide crucial support for CSA exhibitions, events, and educational programs throughout the year.

Bazaar Hours:

Monday – Friday: 9:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Saturday: 10:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Sunday: CLOSED


Participating Artists Include:

33 By Hand

Amphitrite Studio

Ann E. Rhinehardt, Fine Art

AP Curiosities

Atlantic Art Glass

Baskets by Dot

Black Dog Ironworks

Brookes Smith Knitting

Butler Woodworking

CE Nilles

Cobalt Sky Studio

Creatively Crafted Creatures-by Bette

Cute Knits

Delilah Iris Designs

Earth Tones and Fish Bones

Elizabeth’s Ephemera

Ember Grove LLC

Emily Shaffer Studio

Fabula Nebulae

Fine Mess Pottery


Gale Davison Photography

Good Land Pottery

Gray Day Studio

Helene Farrar

Heléna W. Melone

Hennessey Jewelry

Holmes + Hudson

Jennie blue

Jones Limited

Magpie Creative

North Circle Studio

Olivia Atherton Decorative Painting & Design


Pinecone and Sparrow

Pooka Design

Pure At Heart Glass Art

Purplebean Bindery

Running Blynd

Rusted Pulchritude

Seegers Studio

Singing Water Spirit Creations


Sprig Woodwork

Stoneflower Quilt

Suzanne Anderson – Yikes Studio Enamels

Sweet Beetle

The Adventures of Claudia

The Potter’s House/Pots in Maine

Unity Pond Pottery

Willy Wires

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