- Caleb Johnson - Architects + Builders
Fusing traditional and modern elements to create a space that works for the way you live your life today and yet, exists timelessly. Their methodical Design Process will deliver an exceptional experience in a predictable way.
- Cara Louise
The world is so beautiful yet so chaotic and ugly at the same time. Creating artwork is my way of bringing order to the chaos that sometimes surrounds me. It helps me make sense of this bizarre and confusing world.
- Fieldwork Studios
As Fieldwork Studios, Joshua Mason and Brittany Stecker create paintings, installations, sculptures, sounds, and personal adornments with a sensibility colored with the tones and marks of the geological, arboreal, and fluvial processes of nature.
- Jean Albus - Photography
"I put my heart and soul into every image I make. The landscape is my inspiration and backdrop. With both my photography and installation work, I am trying to bring you into my world. I hope you find truth and beauty there." -Jean Albus
- Jenna Mammina
A voice you must hear!
- Pair Studio
Pair Studio is a collaboration and studio space from artists Laura Boyce and Cara Garnett. Both artists maintain their own studio practice which includes fine art objects. Together, they collaborate on a functional accessories line that blends both pattern and color to create truly unique designs.
- Rebecca Sive
Lecturer, writer, educator, advocate... ceramics collector!
- Sage Perrott - Hey Peep
Sage Perrott, aka Haypeep, is a print-maker/illustrator/educator originally from West Virginia. Her artwork features grumpy, lumpy, ghost-like creatures situated in cramped, often humorous circumstances. Perrott’s preferred process is screen-printing, for which she possesses a deep love. She is inspired by the endlessly bewitching personalities of all animals, but most specifically her beloved cats, Peep, Tanuki, and Goblin.
- Thomas Allen
A man with a camera and ideas, but not what you're thinking... genius, brilliant, damn smart.
- Vaughn Wascovich - Photography
A brilliant man, a camera. Showing us the soul of America.
- Bit of Swiss
Modern Baking Magazine has named Bit of Swiss its 2012 Retail Bakery of the Year. This award from the baking industry’s voice recognized us for what we do and how we do it.
- Bread + Bar
Starting from scratch and crafting by hand, bread + bar prepares healthy, fresh and flavorful meals. Dishes are paired with Bit of Swiss artisan breads that are made fresh daily for lunch and dinner. Craft cocktails are made fresh and micro beers are ice cold, poured through frosted taps.
- Fernwood Botanical Gardens
Fernwood’s mission is to enrich people's lives by awakening and deepening their appreciation of nature and the possibilities of harmony between people, plants, gardens, and wildlife.
- Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park opened in April 1995 after 13 years of planning and fundraising by the West Michigan Horticultural Society. In 1990, Fred and Lena Meijer were asked for their support, and they embraced the concept of a major cultural attraction centering around horticulture and sculpture. The original vision has turned into a top cultural destination in the Midwest region, known internationally for the quality of the art and gardens.
- Tapistry Brewing
Tapistry Brewing has one goal: creating excellent craft beer. Whether it’s a classic English robust porter or an experimental dark smoked imperial saison, we craft our beverages with purpose, conviction and the highest quality ingredients available. Our beer is hand-crafted in beautiful Bridgman, MI, just one mile from Lake Michigan.
- The Inn at Harbor Shores
The Inn at Harbor Shores is a key addition to the 530-acre Harbor Shores community with its centerpiece Jack Nicklaus Signature public golf course. Located approximately 90 highway miles from Chicago, The Inn is a favorite vacation and business destination as well as an upscale meeting and special event venue.
- Warren Dunes State Park
With three miles of shoreline and six miles of hiking trails, the Warren Dunes State Park is a must see. Open year-round, the park also has a dune formation that rises 260 feet above the lake and features some spectacular views.