Please stop by the shop to see the amazing works of each of these Durango based artists. Our inventory rotates often, so there's always a selection of old and new favorites. Below is just a small sampling of our wares.
Micki and Tim Hassemer have been happy Durango residents since 2012 and opened Sticks & Stones in January, 2015. Prior to this storefront, they had a small boutique set up inside Four Leaves Winery for almost 2 years, then were in the 700 block of Main for over 3 years. Now with the expansion to 922 Main, the shop is able to feature over 25 local artists. They find true enjoyment in their crafts, fellow artisans, customers and this little mountain town.
Micki Hassemer - Durango, CO
Co-Owner of Sticks & Stones
Come by the shop and often times you'll find Micki making this jewelry right in the store! Every piece features genuine gemstones and precious metals and every tag lists a few of the gemstone's healing properties. Meticulously crafted with care and attention to detail using only the best ingredients and the best intentions.
Gallery H Woodwork
Tim Hassemer - Durango, CO
Co-Owner of Sticks & Stones
Tim's unique pieces of functional wooden art feature many different kinds of wood, from locally re-purposed finds to rare and exotic imports. Whether it be a pair of earrings, a mosaic cutting board or a piece of furniture, it's a finely made piece designed and built to look beautiful and to last.
Vickie Robinson - Aztec, NM
All of these ultra rich, moisturizing, natural soaps, lotions and bath products are meticulously handmade in small batches specifically to pamper you and your skin. You won't find a more indulgent, well made product.
Red Cliffs Pottery
Sean Stewart - Durango, CO
Sean is a full-time potter with a large selection of gorgeous ceramic kitchenware. A local Durango favorite, customers often stop in and tell us about their extensive collection of Red Cliffs Pottery.
SJJ Pottery & Watercolor
Sandra Gavillot - Durango, CO
Inspired by our local farms and environment, Sandra's work celebrates the relationship between the utilitarian pot, natural beauty and nourishment. Materials such as the clay and paper are re-purposed as much as possible with sustainability in mind. All pottery is food safe and ready to enjoy.
Durango Dream Designs
Kelly Previti & Ian Lucier - Durango, CO
This mom & son artist team offers a great selection of fun products. From stacking band rings and heart rings to colorful printed handbags and headbands, these folks keep their hands very busy throughout the year. With their well-rounded, trendy and very reasonably priced wares, it's no wonder they quickly became one of our best-sellers.
Needlework with Linda
Linda R. Morris - Durango, CO
A "chronic knitter", you can rarely find Linda sitting without her hands working needles and yarn into beautiful wares. From bright beer coozies to muted lacy shawls, her passion for fiber arts has created a fantastic and well-rounded collection.
Megan Riddle - Durango, CO
Another multi-faceted artist working with a wide variety of mediums, we are proud to house a great mix of Megan's unique collection. Her wonderful bowls and garlands made from recycled sawdust are a best seller and customer favorite, as are her handbags and skirts made from upcycled materials, greeting cards, and artist prints.
Cynthia Johnson - Durango, CO
Cynthia has an incredible eye for modern jewelry. Her fabulous designs are consistently chic, unique and very wear-able. She is constantly coming up with new original designs so her inventory rotates often with one-of-a-kind pieces. If you love it, we suggest you get it while you can!
Spirit Shadow Studios
Janice Reich - Mancos, CO
These fine art gourd pieces are unique and stunning, featurinng innovative and experimental designs and mediums. With a wide range in colors, size and price they can find a neat place in most any home.