Join us on this adventurous art crawl and enjoy the handmade art of each resident artist and delicious inspirational food from all corners of the earth. Thursday, August 10th from 4-8pm.
Angela Lensch will be debuting her 2017 Summer Collection of handwoven gold and silver jewelry as well as, resident artist and owner of Cheif Oshkosh, Coleen Bin’s incredible silver jewelry, corn husk dolls, red willow dream catchers, intricate beadwork and more.
“I am so honored to feature Coleen’s amazing jewelry and to honor her beautiful culture. Coleen is one of the most creative people I know. I always tell her that she should just be paid to exist so that she can create with ease all of her many talents!!”states Angela.
Coleen will be bringing her traditional white corn bread and strawberry/maple drink to share with visitors. Stop in and learn more about her artwork, food and culture.
Explore and be delighted by the diverse talent right here in Egg Harbor, WI.
Off the Wheel Pottery – Renee Schwaller
Lost Moth Gallery – Jeanne Kuhns
Cappaert Contemporary – Ginny Cappaert
Brilliant Stranger/Ecotique – Dawn Patel
Angela Lensch Gallery – Angela Lensch
Angela will have an extended collection of her handwoven gold and silver jewelry on display all day at this wonderful event in Sister Bay. The event is outside in the grass next to the Sister Bay Village Hall and runs from 10-4pm.
Angela, along with 10 other wearable artist will have their wears on display inside the Sister Bay Village Hall for this fun two day event! There is only one show this year so make sure to stop in and see all your favorite wearable artists. Follow our Facebook Page here: Door County Wearable Art Show
Saturday, June 10th, 2016 10-5pm
Minneapolis Glass Artist, Marlo Cronquist will be on-site at Angela Lensch Gallery on Saturday, June 10, for the debut of her 2017 Murrine Glass Collection. Cronquist first started working with glass while studying sculpture and furniture design at Minneapolis College of Art & Design, where she shared a studio with now gallery owner, Angela Lensch. Cronquist transferred those skills to glasswork at the Minnesota Center for Glass Arts in Minneapolis where she has studied and now teaches. She also studied at the world renowned Corning Museum of Glass in New York, with Bill Gudenrath, John Miller, and Maestro Davide Salvadore. Her work is best known for its use of color and its balance between traditional techniques and contemporary design. She finds inspiration from the art and cultures of the places she has traveled to such as Italy, Morocco, and Spain.
Join us on Saturday, June 10th from 10am-5pm for a day full of color and shine as we debut Cronquist’s newest collection of handblown glass vessels and pendant lights. Marlo will also have samples of her handmade Murrine Glass, for a behind the scenes peek into her process and her most recent experience at Pilchuck Glass School.
Saturday & Sunday, May 27th & 28th, 2017
10:00am – 5:00pm
Regional jewelry artist, Gabriel Guzman, will be onsite here at Angela Lensch Gallery over the holiday weekend featuring his latest collection of hand-crafted jewlery.
“As I continue to explore the possibilities of digital handcrafting (3D printing) in metals such as steel, brass, bronze, and sterling silver, I have included a new line of jewelry based on generative design to create intricate patterns impossible to sculpt in wax. Generative design allows for the creation of pieces that begin as simple shapes that evolve in a perfect marriage of art, and mathematics resulting in a perfect statement piece born of precious metals.
This year’s collection also includes a line of hand made jewelry in copper and sterling silver using time honored metal smithing techniques. From the serious to the whimsical, the hand made collection includes a line of jewelry I call “Copper on Fire”, where fire, water and air produce unpredictable designs on the earthy metal, for a unique look. Even as a pair, earrings from the Copper on Fire line will be similar but never identical.
My newly discovered love for metal smithing now allows me to combine the modern with the old; contemporary artisanry, digitally handcrafted jewelry with the richness and uniqueness of traditional handcrafted finishings.”
Stop in over Memorial Day weekend and enjoy this amazing and diverse collection of jewelry. A small collection of Gabe’s work will remain in the gallery for the rest of the season. Refreshments and light snacks will be available throughout the event.
Progressive Art Crawl
Thursday, August 4th 4-8pm, 2016
Isn’t it astonishing that our beautiful Egg Harbor community is hosting FOUR Fine Art Galleries all owned by women artists!?! Support us in celebrating women in art on Thursday from 4-8 with our special evening hours. Come and see our latest collections of fine art and enjoy a glass of wine and light hors d’oeuvre.
Stained Glass Exhibition with Julie Rutherford
Saturday, August 6th 10am-5pm, 2016
AT: Angela Lensch Gallery
Julie Rutherford will spend the day at thegallery debuting her latest collection of her beautiful Stained Glass fine art. This collection will feature her unique Stained Glass Butterflies and also her new Iris Vases and Butterfly Lamps.
Door County Festival of the Arts
Saturday, August 13th 10am-5pm, 2016
Join Angela and a sea of other Door County Artists at the Waterfront Park in downtown Sister Bay for an art filled day in the sun.
2016 India Collection Trunk Show
AT: Linden Gallery, Ellison Bay
Saturday July 23rd 10am-5pm, 2016
Angela’s India Collection is taking on some friendly twists and turns with new designs. Debuting this year: elegant, stretchy bracelets featuring her fair trade sari wrapped beads, gemstones and pearls.
Saturday, July 16th, 2016 10-5pm, 2016
2016 Door County Wearable Arts Show
Saturday, July 9 – 9am-5pm
Sunday, July 10th – 10am-4pm
Sister Bay Village Hall
Ancient Symbols Meet Modern Design
Saturday, June 25th, from 10-5, 2016
Angela Lensch Gallery is thrilled to host the third annual jewelry trunk show for artist, Rachel Frye, designer and self-taught jeweler of CIVAL Jewelry Designs. The event will take place on Saturday, May 7th, 2016, from 12-5pm.
Rachel Frye’s original designs were born out of a love for found objects and a desire to give them new life. This led to the desire to create her own simple and easy to wear unique objects, and in 2013 CIVAL Jewelry Designs by Copper Shoppe was born.
Frye teamed up with, creative business savant, Danielle LaVigne. Now the two make a cohesive line of contemporary accessories in brass and leather with a focus on function, form and durability. Finding inspiration from many traditional aesthetics, including vintage textile patterns, geometric forms, and strong architectural lines.
Wisconsin natives, with small town roots, their connection to the Midwest landscape and way of life is evident in their timeless creations. Drawing on the Great Lakes in particular, they bring color and texture to their designs, that are easy to wear, perfect for any occasion and made to last.
Join us on Saturday, May 7th to enjoy the handmade and exquisitely crafted, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets by CIVAL Jewelry Designs. Angela Lensch Gallery is located at 7653 Highway 42 on the south end of Egg Harbor and is Open Daily, May – October from 10am – 5pm. For questions call 920-868-5088 or visit the website: angelalenschgallery.com
Stop into Angela Lensch Gallery, Now through February 13th to find the perfect Valentine gift. Angela has a wide variety of styles of necklaces, bracelets and earrings to choose from.
February’s Sweetheart Special includes a FREE pair of gemstone or pearl french wire earrings with each purchase of Angela’s original design gold or silver woven gemstone and pearl necklaces!
Hot Chocolate, Wine and Cookies will also be available for your enjoyment! The gallery is open on Friday and Saturday’s from noon until 6pm and also by appointment midweek, call (920)868-5088 to set up a time.
An Afternoon with Theorem Artist, Cheryl Bishop
Saturday October 11th from Noon-5pm
Incase you haven’t noticed, things have cooled off a bit as Fall has arrived in Door County. The Angela Lensch Gallery has just the thing to help you stay warm and get cozy with this yearly phenomena. Please gather your friends and meet three lovely ladies who reign as” artists of warmth” on Saturday, October 10th, from 12-5pm.
You’ll want to come early because hand knit and hand crocheted creations will go quickly. Each one is absolute fuzzy, warm goodness. They are unique, comfy, irresistible and a fun fall fashion statement.
You will marvel at the intricate designs and whimsy tassels in Kathy Sander’s hand knit creations. Tawnie Perkovich, creator of the successful business Gypsy Stomp, has been crotcheting since she was 7 years old. All of her designs are original creations and crocheted by her alone. Come slip into a pair of the coziest wooliest mittens imaginable, hand crafted by Mary Schneider.
All we need now, is hot cocoa
Ancient Symbols Meet Modern Design
Saturday, September 26th, from 10-5
Jewelry Trunk Show with Kay Flick
Saturday & Sunday, September 5th and 6th
Searching for a little sparkle in your life? Become acquainted with jewelry that delightfully encompasses metaphysical energies while also providing that bit of pizzazz that perfectly compliments your favorite blouse, dress or even T-shirt. Sample a snack with a glass of wine and let us introduce you to Kay Flick and her marvelous world of Jewelry. Join us for a lively Meet the Artist on Saturday, Sept. 5th from noon – 5pm. A lifelong Wisconsin resident, Kay studied Studio Arts at the University of Wisconsin. In addition to creating art jewelry, she’s done extensive work in textiles and porcelain, won numerous awards and has had work accepted into the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Neville Public Museum and the J. Michael Kohler Art Museum.
Kay Flick makes one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces inspired by natural minerals, rocks and gemstones, each one with a story that dates back millions of years. Once captivated by a stone, she explores the myriad details of it and begins the painstaking process of honoring it with countless tiny beads. Finished necklaces are boldly designed yet intricately crafted with visual movement, reflections and shadows reminiscent of rivers and caves, often the very origins of her focal point stones.
She says: “I enjoy the process of fitting precision cut beads together, the shimmer of facets and the compliment of irregular stone chips. Yet, I cherish the imperfections in beads handmade by kindred craftspeople from around the world …other cultures. I feel closer to them. It’s a way of knowing them.” In this way, each piece becomes a collaged tribute to countless craftspeople and the passage of eons.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29TH, 2015: 12:00-5PM
Stained Glass Artist Julie Rutherford
Stained Glass Artist, Julie Rutherford
We hope to shine a shimmer of light on the subject of this week’s Meet the Artist. Join us on Saturday, August 29th, from 12-5pm. Come bask in the kaleidoscope of color exemplified by this incredible Stained Glass Artist, Julie Roux Rutherford. View her many gorgeous pieces presently residing in the gallery and be prepared to be astonished at this artist’s skill as we present her latest work. Julie is a self-taught professional Stained Glass Artist & has been perfecting her talent for 20 years. Born and raised in Rice Lake, Wisconsin she thrives on Nature’s beauty discovered in her own backyard. This beauty is captured in her awe-inspiring pieces of poppies, lotus, butterflies and humming birds. Other examples of her work will bring out your contemplative side containing the pattern and detail of a devotional piece.
Julie believes..”the greatest reward and gift of art is meant to be shared and enjoyed by everyone around us as it spreads a sense of joy and contentment.” You can see and feel this exact sentiment when your eyes light upon one of her productions. Who wouldn’t want to include a piece by Rutherford to enjoy in a scared place in your home or cottage? Enjoy a glass of wine as you discover delight in this artist’s ethereal creations.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20TH, 2015: 6:00-8:00PM
An Evening with Mosaic Artist Joseph Kaftan
Stop in for an evening featuring Joseph Kaftan’s beautiful and unique mosaics. Kaftan will be on site with new work and some samples of works in process. Get a behind the scenes look into his artistic process. Refreshments will be served.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 6TH, 2015: 4:00 – 8:00PM
PROGRESSIVE ART CRAWL!
Egg Harbor is becoming the art destination of Door County! With the growing public art initiatives popping up all over town and the wonderful collection of art galleries within the community, Egg Harbor is the place for FINE ART. Between the booming “Edgewood Orchard Gallery” to the North and the rustic “Woodwalk Gallery” to the south, there are four unique and artist owned galleries in between! Join us for an evening of honoring women, art and food. Each gallery will be featuring a new collection of work and hosting a ‘course’ of food for the Progressive Art Crawl. I will be offering a fountain of chocolate and fruit for dipping with [Tapuat Kombuca](http://www.tapuatkombucha.com/) Spritzers. Here is the amazing line up:
OFF THE WHEEL POTTERY – Renee Schwaller (potter)
LOST MOTH GALLERY – Jeanne Kuhns (painter/musician)
CAPPAERT CONTEMPORARY GALLERY – Ginny Cappaert (painter)
ANGELA LENSCH GALLERY – Angela Lensch (jeweler/sculptor)
THURSDAY 6-8PM: JULY 23rd 2015
2015 India Collection
Join owner and resident jewelry artist Angela Lensch as she debut’s her NEW 2015 India Collection featuring the Fair Trade beads that Angela helped develop in India, the sari wrapped beads. Traditional Indian food will be available at the event as well as Chai Tea.
Afternoon with Photographer Dan Eggert
Enjoy an afternoon with local photographer, Dan Eggert, as he features his latest collection of aluminum prints. Take this opportunity to talk with the artist and place custom orders from his large collection of professional photos from his online gallery.
Father’s Day Weekend: June 19th -21st 2015
Find the perfect Father’s Day gift for the man who loves Door County with one of Dan Eggers’s aluminum print triptychs. For the man who likes to fish, one of Joe Kaftan’s Mosaic Fish would be a fantastic catch. Men who appreciate handblown glass will love one of Marlo Cronquist’s glass vessels. Joe Kaftan’s mosaic “Garden Beets” would make a fantastic Father’s Day gift for the dad who loves to cook or garden.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY JUNE 12th & 13th 2015
Featuring Glass Artist, Marlo Cronquist
Minneapolis Glass Artist, Marlo Cronquist will be visiting all weekend. The gallery will be full of her newest collection of handblown glass vessels and pendant lights. Marlo will also have samples of her handmade Murrine Glass, for a behinds the scene peak into her process.
Join us for a glass of wine and art conversation on Friday night from 6-8. Or for Refreshments and Artist talk on Saturday from 10-Noon and 2-4pm.
Saturday, June 21st 2014
– 10:00am to 8:00pm
Angela Lensch Gallery
7653 State Highway 42, Egg Harbor, WI 54209
Come and celebrate summer and the grand opening of my jewelry and fine art gallery.
Art . Food . Drink . Music
Door County Beauty
Art for the Earth
Angela Lensch’s intricate gold and silver woven jewelry and sensuous wood and metal
sculptures are on exhibit at the UU Gallery through April 30. On Sunday, April 20, Lensch will
host an artist’s reception at noon at the UU Fellowship in north Ephraim. In honor of Earth
Day, 10% of all sales will be donated to Forest Recovery Project, a non-profit founded by Bob
Bultman, to fund restoration efforts on public lands in northern Door County.
The UU Gallery is located at 10341 Hwy. 42 in north Ephraim. Gallery hours are 1-3 pm Monday,
Wednesday, Friday; 11am-12:30 pm Sunday; or by appointment at 854-7559.
Date: Monday, Nov. 12th – Thursday, Nov.15th 2012
Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Instructor: Angela Lensch
Location: Plum Bottom Studio
4999 Plum Bottom Rd
Egg Harbor, WI 54209
Media: Jewelry (open to all levels of experience)
Tuition: $195 + Material Fees *varies on the complexity and amount of jewelry created
Materials Supplied: wood beads (12 – 10mm, 12 – 14mm, 12 – 19mm), glue, and sealer. Light snacks and drinks.
Concept: Create a set of jewelry honoring a special woman in your life by using fabric and/or paper from her journey to create one-of-a-kind, wrapped beads that echo her personality. In this workshop, Angela will teach you how to create these wrapped beads and then guide you through design styles and ideas for creating a set of one-of-a-king heirloom jewelry: necklace(s), bracelet(s), and earring(s). Keep it simple or go wild creating gifts for friends and family, the sky is the limit. Add more concept to the design by using heirloom beads and/or using gemstones, pearls, crystals, etc. to accent the focal, heirloom, wrapped beads. The class will take a field trip to the local bead store to find the right additions to your designs and Angela will also have her private bead collection available to purchase beads and findings from. To fabricate these beautiful jewelry items, Angela will teach how to administer the basic wire wrap technique used in the fabrication of necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. Also available, have Angela use her unique woven wire technique to weave together a necklace and/or bracelet with either 14k gold-filled or sterling silver wire featuring your new wrapped beads and accent beads.
Homework: Collect various fabrics: t-shirts, wedding dress, quilts, curtains, etc. (NOTE: silks do not work well for this process – cotton & cotton blends work the best.) Collect papers: photocopy books, poems, recipes, signature, pictures, textures, etc. Also collect heirloom beads and other special beads.
Supply List: (Please bring the following with you)
- Small and large scissors
- Small paintbrushes
- Size #2 knitting needles
- Scrap fabric and paper (but not just any scraps)
- Heirloom and/or special beads (pearls, crystal, gemstones, wood, etc)
- Please bring a sack lunch; fridge & microwave available
Instructor: Angela Lensch received her BFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design with a double major in Sculpture and Furniture and has been making sculpture, furniture and jewelry for over 15 years. Angela has been a resident of Door County since 2002 and for the last five years has been the resident jewelry artist at Plum Bottom Pottery south of Egg Harbor. During this time Angela has developed her unique line of woven jewelry.
Recently Angela traveled to India, where she taught two wrapped bead workshops with a paper making women’s cooperative and a sari textiles woman’s cooperative; creating unique recycled and sustainable beads. In preparing for the workshops, Angela practiced making the fabric wrapped beads using some fabric from her grandmother’s apron which ended up becoming a beautiful necklace that is cherished by Angela, and is the inspiration for this class.
SEE MORE INFO BELOW____________________________________
Thursday, October 4th, 2012
6:00pm to 7:30pm
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP OF DOOR COUNTY HOSTS: “INDIA – ARTIST TALK”
Plum Bottom Pottery’s resident jewelry artist, Angela Lensch, will present the community with an artist talk and slide show discussing her current artistic en-devour “Project India.”
For those wishing to learn more about Project India an Artist Talk with Angela is being held at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County in Ephraim Thursday October 4th at 6pm. Enjoy a cup of chi tea while viewing Angela’s slide show of beautiful Inida, Reception and refreshments following the presentation. The UUFC is located at 10341 Water Street (Hwy. 42) Ephraim. <On the south end of the Shops of Green Gables> 920-854-7559
Saturday, October 6th, 2012
5:00pm to 8:00pm
PLUM BOTTOM POTTERY HOSTS: “INDIA”
EXHIBITION AND OPENING RECEPTION
FEATURING JEWELRY ARTIST ANGELA LENSCH’S NEW “INDIA COLLECTION”
FEATURING SARI WRAPPED BEADS AND GEMSTONES FROM INDIA
This event showcases Angela Lensch Jewelry inspired by her six week excursion to India and Nepal. “Project India” also features the photography of Daniel Luedcke, who chronicled Lensch’s travels. This project was generously supported in part by a grant from the Peninsula Arts Association and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin.
The vibrant colors of India will be featured in these stunning art pieces. Hand made sari and paper wrapped beads were created in workshops lead by Lensch with local Indian women cooperatives. These unique one of a kind beads are woven into Lensch’s distinct style of jewelry. Stunning works in woven silver are also featured utilizing components fabricated to Lensch’s specification in Varanasi, India. Necklaces, bracelets, and earrings will adorn the gallery. Over 50 photographs on fabric or metal canvases will introduce Dan Luedcke’s photographs to Door County audiences. These images feature Lensch’s bead making workshops and breathtaking images of beautiful India. Wine and Lite hor d’oeuvres featuring the flavors of India will also be served.
So come to Plum Bottom Pottery Saturday, October 6th between 4-8pm and enjoy “Project India.” Plum Bottom Pottery is open daily from 10-5pm May-October (Winter Hours) Fri-Sat.10-4pm. To visit go 15 minutes north of Sturgeon Bay or 5 minutes south of Egg Harbor on Scenic Hwy 42 then east on Plum Bottom Road (1 mile) to 4999 Plum Bottom Rd. or visit PlumBottomPottery.com. 920.743.2819
PLUM BOTTOM POTTERY HOSTS: PROJECT INDIA
Saturday, October 1, 2011 – 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Directions: Travel 4.5 miles south of Egg Harbor on Hwy. 42 then left on Plum Bottom Rd.(1 Mile) to 4999 Plum Bottom Rd.
Stop into Plum Bottom for an evening of fabulous India inspired food created by local Whistling Swan chef, Brett Webber, as I introduce art lovers, my community and fellow artists to my new endeavor; Project India. The gallery will be open late, debuting newly autumn inspired jewelry and pottery to be enjoyed while dining on amazing Indian food and local Stones Throw wine. During this evening of beautiful art and amazing Indian food I will be raffling off one of my woven gemstone and pearl necklaces, a woven web pendent necklace and a pair of my woven pearl earrings. 100% of the funds generated from the raffle and/or donations will go toward, Project India.
“As I evolve as an artist and as a woman in the world, I am noticing a tug inside my heart to do more, to consciously realize my potential as a part of the larger whole. In doing so, I hope to make a bigger impact on the world through my art of jewelry.” I have chosen to take the first step toward this idea by traveling to India to network and connect with local artisans and gemstone producers, and the broader Indian culture. Hear all about Project Indiaat this unique evening of art, cuisine and culture.
If you can not attend this event and want to support Project India, please email Angela: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can send support to:
ANGELA LENSCH, 7653 STATE HIGHWAY 42, EGG HARBOR, WI 54209.
As I travel through India it is my goal to
- expand my knowledge and awareness of the broader picture of global gem and jewelry work
- connect with and support local artisans creating jewelry components handcrafted out of local sustainable natural materials as well as gemstones and precious metals
- build positive and lasting connections with just and conscious gemstone producers and artisans
- support organizations that are creating job opportunities with established artists
- share of my artistic abilities with those less fortunate to expanding their skills and thus,
- create economic and social enterprise opportunities for populations in need
- realize the importance of understanding the sourcing of materials, and the need to support Fairly Traded goods and materials
- bring the depth and history of ancient India to our community
- realize the beauty of learning from and working with people around the world who are intricately and increasingly connected to us
Everyone knows there is a lot of suffering in the world; my intention is not to depress but to elevate awareness that anyone can make a difference and do something to help. I invite you to join me on this journey. By supporting Project India, you will be helping make a difference in the world, with my art of jewelry being the vehicle.
Angela Lensch Jewelry Trunk Show
Where: Agora Arts Gallery
When: Mother’s Day Weekend and All of May, 2010
Meet the Artist from 2-4 pm on Saturday May 8th
Agora Arts invites you to celebrate this weekend for our 18th anniversary! Stop in Friday through Sunday for in-store specials, refreshments and a chance to win a $500 gift certificate! Saturday from 2-4 PM, join us for a very special jewelry trunk show with Decorah native Angela Lensch!
Pomegranate Place Hosts: “Artful Women”
Angela Lensch Jewelry & Anoothi Jewelry and Textiles
WHEN: Saturday, March 13th, 2010, Open House from 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
WHAT: Handmade Jewelry and Textile Show
PLUS: Live Acoustic Music by “Dandaline Dan” & Homemade Pastries and Chai Tea
WHERE: Pomegranate Place, 750 Clarkson Street, Denver CO 80218, On the First Floor
DIRECTIONS: Click HERE to view a map
PARKING: Street and Ramp Parking. We also have permission from the Law Firm of Deisch, Marion & Klaus to park in their lot at: 851 Clarkson Street.
Come and see what happens when two unique and wonderful women meet and fill a beautiful space with handmade original jewelry and textiles! Each with their unique approach to the art of beauty.
Angela Lensch is a self taught Jewelry Artist, now residing in Door County Wisconsin. Lensch earned her BFA in Sculpture and Furniture from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and has focused those skills into her current work, creating sculpted jewelry in gold and silver. Using a specialized technique, precious metals are woven together with gemstones and pearls, creating unique matrices of wearable art. Every piece is handmade and one-of-a-kind, dazzling the entire color spectrum. Visit her website: angelalensch.com
Citrine and Pearls woven into 14k Goldfilled wire
Anoothi partners with impoverished village women in India. Using fair trade practices and microenterprise principles the women are hired and trained in the production of semi-precious jewelry and native handicrafts, including beautiful textiles made from recycled sarees. The end goal is economic self-sufficiency for the women and beautiful jewelry and textiles for the consumer. Each time you purchase an Anoothi product you are helping a woman, and her entire family, step out of poverty. Visit Anoothi.org. for more information or contact Delta Donohue, owner of Anoothi US, at email@example.com.
While you are viewing these beautiful creations, enjoy the acoustic music of Dandaline Dan, sample some homemade pastries, and have a cup of chai.
A special thanks to Pomegranate Place for hosting our event. Vaun Swanson is the founder of this amazing center and makes possible so many opportunities for women to discover and live out the purposes for which they were created. Housed in a historic mansion in the heart of Denver, Pomegranate Place is a vibrant new kind of women’s center. Too find out more about Pomegranate Place, go to their website: pomegranateplace.org
“Pomegranate Place nourishes, enlivens, empowers and advocates for women – women who are looking for more meaningful lives, new ways to express themselves in the world, and a sense of belonging through shared experience.”