Artisan Shop

Artisan Shop

The MAA Artisan Shop

The MAA shop is on Etsy! Can’t make it into the shop or prefer to shop from your couch: Visit us online here.

All MAA members receive 10% discount in the Artisan Shop.*

Seven to eight MAA members display 20-25 pieces of affordable art for sale on a three month rotating schedule. All merchandise is juried, keeping in mind price points $250 and less as well as quality craftsmanship and professional finish. With the entire shop being refreshed four times a year to feature all new work by new artists/artisans; there is always a reason to stop by and see what is available for sale. Each artist/artisan has an interesting story behind their work and their craft that our gallery associates enjoy sharing with buyers. These pieces are one of a kind affordable works of art that make great gifts and cannot be found elsewhere!

Come check out the new assortment often to find something unique for a birthday, graduation, wedding or holiday present.

We still carry hand dipped bees-wax taper candles from Maine in hues worthy of an artist to honor the history of the Hooper Mansion built by candlemaker, Greenfield Hooper

If you are an artisan and are interested in having your work considered for a three month session in the Marblehead Arts Artisan Shop, please email us at or call 781-631-2608.

* Discount available only in shop.

April 20 – July 14, 2019
  • Leah Bokenkamp, Mindful Focus, Photographs
  • Gail Perry Borden, Avo’s Fascinators, Handcrafted Fascinators
  • Joanne Deveau, Stoneware Ceramics
  • Tommy Gagnon, Boston Woodturning, Hand Turned Woodcraft
  • Sonja Grondstra, Sonja Grondstra Designs, Sea Glass Inspired Jewelry
  • Susan Grubaugh, Ivy & Trout, Applique’ Pillows
  • Mimi Ahmed Knittle, Paintings and Prints
  • Kathryn McKinnon, Daikomyo, Handmade Gemstone Jewelry with a Purpose

The MAA needs you. Consider becoming a member today.

There are many membership levels to choose from; Artist, Associate, Senior, Student & Business.

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