Amy produces compelling and authentic commercial photography that has taken her around the world. Known for her innate sense of style and attention to detail, she has the ability to collaborate and capture moments that inspire. Amy has been a contributing photographer for Patagonia for over 25 years. She is currently working with Patagonia Provisions creating narratives through the lens of sustainable practices.
Amy calls the Redwoods of Northern California home. Inspired by new places, culture and her community.
Good at rollerskating, snowboarding, and climbing trees. Enjoys river days, eating oysters, getting dirty and surfing in warm water.
Open Wed-Sun 11am-4pm, Closed Mon/Tues
Arcata Artisans is an exciting cooperative endeavor of 30+ accomplished Humboldt County artists. We use a variety of styles and media to present exquisitely appointed artwork to the public. In our fine art and craft gallery and gift shop, you will find a wide selection of representational and abstract paintings, prints, jewelry, photographs, ceramics, weaving, and sculpture for the home and garden.
Open Tue-Sat 11am-5pm
The Art Center is a locally owned and independently operated art store. The store is run by artists and has supplies for the artist in everyone! Shop in person, over the phone, Insta video chat, FaceTime, & email orders: email@example.com
Open Mon-Fri 10-5pm
We’ve offered the best printing services on the North Coast for over 40 years. Offering graphic design services, business cards, greeting cards, art prints, posters, books, stickers, and more. We’d be honored to work with you!
Open Wed-Sat 11am-4pm (Closed Sun-Tues)
Caravan of Dreams is a small, family-owned business that has been serving Redwood Coast visitors and Humboldt County shoppers for 20 years. They believe in handmade, fair trade and American Craft. Their pottery, jewelry, accessories and home decor are chosen for beauty, function and ethical sourcing.
MyKin Designs is a painting and illustration studio based in a studio in the Courtyard of the Arcata Creamery Building owned and operated by Marisa Kieselhorst. See her work at Movewell Pilates, Vibes Yoga Studio and at the studio at 824 L Street.
Patricia Sennott now uses oil-based ink and French rag paper to create Monotypes of native birds and of flowers, both wild and from her Blue Lake garden. “Observing a bird, whether in the mountains while hiking or in the intimacy of my garden can feel like a miracle! They symbolize transcendence and great mystery for me.” Sennott has been exhibiting her art for over 25 years and her work appears in collections in Japan, Canada and Micronesia as well as in the United States. Her exploration of the natural world has taken her to remote places in the mountains and deserts of Oregon and California and includes a 3 year journey of teaching art and painting in the Northern Mariana Islands of the Western Pacific. An endless enthusiasm for observing flora and fauna here on the North Coast is evidenced in her artwork. Her work can be seen at Arcata Artisans on the Arcata Plaza.
Open Wed-Fri 1pm-5pm, Sat-Sun 12pm-4pm. Closed Mon-Tues.
Unique designs for comfy everyday ware. Enjoy soft snuggle worthy hoodies with hand carved prints created by owner Marnie Nave. Seapod is a reflection of my love of my family, friends, community, and the environment in which I live. Seapod represents the ocean family and the connectedness one can have with the sea. You will also find gifts, jewelry, and locally created art.
Currently creating online content while the physical doors are closed. Check website for links and project updates!
“The Sanctuary exists to creatively connect people with resources, experiences, ideas, and each other. Located in downtown Arcata, CA, the Sanctuary is a community arts center and non-profit organization based in an historic building that was constructed in 1916 to be the Arcata Women’s Clubhouse. Today, it is a bustling community center, gallery, artist residency, library, music venue, and workshop, with lab facilities including printmaking, ceramics, textiles, small metals, book arts, woodworking, music recording, bicycle repair, culinary arts, gardening, homesteading, and more.”