Wednesday, April 29, 2009


This weekend, The Market at Serendip will celebrate those special ladies-- the MOMS! From noon to 5:00 on Saturday and Sunday, May 2 and 3, we'll offer refreshments, special free gifts for the mothers, and a selection of handcrafted gifts, original art, and unique whims and fancies to delight the hearts of your favorite women!

Stop in and visit, have a snack, and see what's in store for Mothers Day!


As part of our Mothers Day Gala, we will have an artist's reception on Sunday, May 3, from 1:00-3:00. Laura, of Laura Neal Designs, will be here to introduce her new mother's and grandmother's angel jewelry. She'll also showcase her stunning array of beaded jewelry and accessories, including elegant Buckeye jewelry, dazzling earrings and necklaces, beaded bookmarks and keychains, and bead-embellished glassware. Stop by and get to know Laura and her beautiful work!

Saturday, April 11, 2009


A serendipitous stroke of luck brought Anita Stowers into the Market one day. As we visited, she mentioned that she makes jewelry. She brought it in the next day, and WOW!! What jewelry this is. Stunning colors, elegant crystal, sterling silver, and Anita's artistic vision have combined to form sensational bracelets. Using a variety of techniques including bead fringe, Fifteenth and Allen bracelets offer options for any taste or wardrobe. Come in and try them on-- get into that uptown mood for spring!

Friday, April 10, 2009


Intuitive jewelry designer Jennifer Sieck is passionate about designing wearable art that speaks to the soul, to help the wearer refine their unique definition of beauty. Her bracelets reflect the endless variety of environments, colors, and textures found in nature-- look closely to see the incredible intricacy!

Each piece is totally one of a kind, made with semi-precious stones, found objects, silver, brass, copper and a spectrum of rainbow colored wirework. Often the pieces are inspired by daydreams and night visions.

Jenny says the inspiration for Sacred Bracelets started out in "a dream where I was perusing an artisan's bazaar in India. I saw these eye-catching bracelets and woke up determined to make these visions real. My designs are born from the inspiration of that dream".

Thursday, April 9, 2009


Two couples = four friends = loads of talent!! Willbro Productions/Nightingale Resourses recently joined The Market at Serendip, bringing in a wonderful sampling of their handcrafted woodwork, stained glass, and carved candles! From Buckeye design side tables to the stained glass kaleidoscope, from multi-toned wood cutting boards to delicately carved candles, and on to pillar candle stands and a wooden game table-- you will be amazed at the versatility and talent exhibited here!


You've never seen quality furniture like this! Handcrafted bookshelves and furniture by Lewis Designs-- local artisans with years of experience in turning woodworking into art-- feature sturdy, practical construction and affordable prices! The media consoles are perfect for your flat-screen TV, and the bookshelves come in sizes to fit any need! Custom colors, plus city-wide delivery, are available. Come see these great additions to your home decor!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

We are thrilled to announce...

On Wednesday, May 13, the Market at Serendip will host the Dublin Scioto High School Art Portfolio Show. This will be a wonderful sampling of work in a variety of media by a group of extremely talented young artists.

You'll want to mark your calendar, and come see the future of art as demonstrated by the following artists: Yezen Abusharkh, Lara Al-Soudani, Carly Bragg, Caitlyn DeLauter, Erica Feld, Alexa Grove, Shep Hains, Jatima Kadi, Masaki Mihori, Donald Miller, Kisara Onuma, Alex Peregrina, Ashleigh Rothrock, Carly Sombric, Jay Stern, Rebekah Vouis, and Mikey Williams.

* Dublin Scioto High School Portfolio Art Show
* Wednesday, May 13, 2009
* 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
* at The Market at Serendip