All Places

  • Red Cedar Studios

    Mitzi watercolor is inspired by nature scenes.  She also lives in Florida during winter months.  She does some art shows in the area and belongs to art associations in WI and FL.  Her work is also on display at Dancing Bird, Cumberland and Arts in Hand Gallery, Spooner. Mitzi Golden 715- 761-0867

  • Rollingwood Alpacas

    Open for farm tours and alpaca merchandise, this site offers roving, batting and yarn as well as gift items. See colorful felted hats, scarves and mittens for the Northland winters. Call for appointment. Toby Lee Langham 15811W Rollingwood Rd Stone Lake, WI 54876 715-865-3404

  • Round House Gardens

    This spot has it all – organic produce, garden tours, honey, leather goods, and crafts made from recycled materials. Call first. Lonna Manthe 15699 West Pank Rd Stone Lake, WI 54876 715-865-2437

  • Ruedy Enterprises

    Donald paints in oil and watercolor. His paintings reflect his fascination for Northern Wisconsin landscape through the seasons. Linda does photography of wildlife and nature. Don and Linda’s work can be seen at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner, Dancing Bird in Cumberland and Backroads Café in Hayward. Donald and Linda Ruedy N2586 Waren Road Sarona, WI 54870 715-635-7415

  • S Qualey Studio

    Sara creates still life oil paintings that celebrate the simple joys of everyday life.  Her work can be seen at Art Beat, Hayward and Firefly Trading Company, Cable. Sara Qualey 47160 Bauer Rd, Drummond P O Box 576 Cable, WI 54821

  • Sacks Wood ‘N’ Craft

    Here are created unique decorative keepsake wood boxes to hold secrets and treasures.  Find them at art fairs and craft shows, or call for appointment. Sue Anderson N384 Hwy 27 Conrath, WI 54731 715-532-6978


    Sally Sorenson – Originally from central Wisconsin, Sally attended The University of Wisconsin -Green Bay and the U.W. Milwaukee, and earned a B.F.A. in Printmaking. She has worked in all forms of printmaking and in many other mediums.   Sally has a portfolio of over 100 etchings, plus woodcuts, block prints, and mixed printmaking mediums. In 2006 she was chosen for participation in the international public art exhibit The Cow Parade, held in Madison, Wisconsin for which she designed and painted one of the famous fiberglass cows.  Soon after, she created 2 Lions for a similar event, The Lion King Extravaganza in Appleton, WI. Sally has exhibited in many national, regional and area exhibits and in juried printmaking exhibits. Her work is available at Art Beat of Hayward, The Potters Shed in Shell Lake, Firefly in Cable, Moon Deer Gallery in Boulder Junction, the CVA in Wausau and Arts in Hand, Spooner.  

  • SEASONS on St Croix Gallery

    This is a spacious, light-filled, eclectic gallery featuring contemporary craft and fine art from local, regional and national artists. It’s new location is in a renovated creamery. It has recently been named by Mpls/ St. Paul Business Journal as 12th on their list of top 25 galleries. Two clay artists and a glass studio are adjacent to the gallery, adding interest to the experience. Ruth Misenko 401 Second St Hudson, WI 54016 715-381-2906 715-381-3497

  • Shady Lane Farm

    Small family heritage farm raising pastured poultry and expanding every year.  We also produce organic, herbal bath and body products, and teach classes on baking, soap making, and other heritage crafts and skills. Pete and Nancy Brooks N7014 530th St Beldenville, WI 54003 715-273-0371 715-307-2752

  • Shear Luck Farm

    A charming old farmstead is where Carmella started with llamas, alpacas and Baby Doll and Clun Forest sheep.  She now is using the fibers and no longer has her animals.  Available are wool quilt batts, yarn and rag rugs (handwoven). Her work is at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner or contact her for appointment. Carmella Crandall W7962 Sand Road Shell Lake, WI 54871 715-468-7059

  • Shell Lake Arts Center

    Providing art education for youth and adults in both visual and performing arts, the Shell Lake Arts Center is especially known for its quality summer music camps.  Watch for concerts at the lakeshore during the summer. Tara Heckel 802 First St P O Box 315 Shell Lake, WI 54871 715-468-2414 715-468-4570

  • Silk Art

    Framed unique landscapes and botanical artwork from fabrics and fibers.  Marge’s works can be seen at Northwind Book & Fiber, Spooner and Dancing Bird Art Studio, Gallery & Music in Cumberland. Marge Lindemann

  • Snow Bound Bison

    These bison, grazing on chemical-free pastures, are grass-fed and finished, with no antibiotics or growth hormones used.  Their farm store provides your favorite cuts of meat vacuum packed for freshness.  Also farm-fresh eggs available.  Call for hours. Gary and Donna Workman 1480 17th St Barron, WI 54812 715-296-3847

  • Spirit of Earth & Fire

    Kathy creates wheel thrown pottery that is functional and beautiful. She is known for her ikebana flowerpots and primitive fired black ware. Her work can be seen at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner WI.


    Spring Creek Clay, Etc

    Bruce Kaupanger is a retired teacher who built his art studio across the street from his house and has been busy ever since.  He has traveled extensively, as well, and has been influenced by artists in the American Southwest, Japan and Europe.  His intrigue of raku pottery has grown and he is experimenting with different glazes with the combination of horsehair in his works. “I make hand thrown raku pottery.  I add different textures, stones and horsehair to create visual interest.” He does several art fairs in the area.  Some of his pots are available at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner WI.

  • Springett Images LLC

    Jim does oil paintings of wildlife, specializing in birds of Crex Meadows. His work is at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner. Marge does outdoor photography. Jim and Marge Springett 25898 Peterson Road Webster, WI 54893 651-402-3465

  • Studio Northwoods

    Studio Northwoods – a cottage artisan jewelry business I operate out of my home studio in Webster, Burnett County, northwest Wisconsin. I create earrings, necklaces, bracelets and functional items like fan pulls, fobs and zipper pulls working with leather, wire, beads, semi-precious stones, ball chain, and other materials. Many pieces are inspired by nature and the rustic hunting/fishing culture of the north woods. I’m mostly self-taught and have taken classes at the Bead & Show in Milwaukee. I’m a member of Americans for the Arts, Burnett Area Arts Group, and Arts Wisconsin. Contact me at My newest work is with Chakra beads, making bracelets that are available at Arts in Hand gallery.

  • Sweet Meadow Stitchery

    Merilee Thorstad’s interest in art began early, “when I enjoyed drawing as a child, and also created my own hand-sewn “mod” outfits as a teenager. Although I graduated from UW-River Falls with a degree in Art Education, this was a time of anfrom UW-River Falls with a degree in Art Education, this was a time of an overabundance of new education graduates, so I spent the next 40 years as a social worker! Folk art and folk music have always held a special interest for me. [I play the Appalachian dulcimer and other traditional stringed instruments.] Although I’ve dabbled in many different art media over the years, I’ve always felt most at home in the area of fiber arts. The tactile aspect of working with fibers – whether in weaving, spinning, or sewing – is very appealing to me, along with the feeling of being connected to an historical folk art tradition. Interest in my Nordic roots has led me to discover a long history of weaving and embroidery in Norway. I‘ve been inspired to pick up needle and thread and carry on these traditions with creations of my own. The ancient and simple technique of cross-stitch embroidery (“krosstingsbroideri” in Norwegian) has become my technique of choice. The cross-stitched pendants on display in Arts in Hand gallery come from a desire to express my Scandinavian heritage, with designs adapted from historical folk costumes. In a way, I also feel that my work honors the many Scandinavian immigrants who settled in this northwestern region of Wisconsin. In addition to Arts in Hand Gallery, my work can also be found in the gift shop of the Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum in Decorah, Iowa.”

  • T & C Latane

    Blacksmith shop in which Tom creates one-of-a-kind iron tools and hardware using a charcoal fire and traditional hand techniques.  Tin shop in which Catherine fabricates reenactment tinware and fanciful tin container art.  Gallery with the work of 15-20 craftspeople. Thomas and Catherine Latane 412 2nd St P O Box 62 Pepin, WI 54759 715-442-2419

  • The Cottage Collection

    Traditional and modern quilts and wall hangings in colorful array, with an emphasis on machine appliqué, describes Ruth’s quilt work. Her quilts are available at Arts in Hand Gallery in Spooner. Categories:  Fiber Quilting Ruth Skeie P.O. Box 213 Spooner, WI 54801 715-635-2554

  • The Golden Hide

    Located in an old school building at the north end of town, Sandra creates gift items from leather and birch bark. She also has jewelry. Her work can be seen at Carpe Diam. Call for appointment. Sandra Anderson N13442 930th St P O Box 113 Sand Creek, WI 54765 715-658-0200 715-704-9257

  • The Park Center

    Cable Hayward Area’s Arts Council Center for the Performing and Visual Arts. This remodeled movie theater offers music of all genres, theater, movies, multi-cultural events, visual arts displays, comedies, variety shows and much, much more. 15791 US Hwy 63 PO Box 136 Hayward., WI 54843 715-634-4596

  • The Potter’s Shed

    Starting as a producer of ceramic giftware, Michael Maccone has grown his business into a factory that sells its products throughout the country. But here in Shell Lake, he has developed a beautiful gallery, café, and a garden setting for summer music. You can create your own treasure in the paint-it-yourself area (they fire it for you). Michael  Maccone 260 Industrial Blvd Shell Lake, WI 54871 715-468-4122 or 800-850-8880 715-468-4123

  • The Potters House

    Sarah makes functional wood-fired pottery. Her studio is in a converted historic general store. Open by appointment or by chance. Sarah Dudgeon 448 130th St 340 130th St Amery, WI 54001 715-268-4557

  • Theatre in the Woods

    Erica Quam Memorial Theater is the home of Theatre in the Woods. this all-volunteer community theater organization has produced three to six stage shows annually, as well as hosted frequent musical events featuring regional talent. 605 1st St P O Box 156 Shell Lake, WI 54871 715-468-4387