306 E. Grand River Ave
306 E Cesar E. Chavez Ave
Old Town, Lansing MI  48906

(East of Turner Street)

GALLERY HOURS


Tuesday to Saturday
11 am to 7 pm

Sunday
Noon to 4 pm

Closed Monday

517-372-4293

​​An Artist-Owned
Co-operative Gallery

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Looking for unique items for yourself or a gift for someone special, GLAG is the perfect place to shop.
Featuring over 30 Lansing area Artists,
GLAG is filled with hand-crafted art and gift items.
Stop in and let one of our Artists assist you
in finding just what you are looking for.
DENISE AUVERSHINE - Pallet Art
Seasonal art, signs, ornaments, bottle opener boards, trays and more, repurposed from shipping pallets. 

COLLEEN BESS-Mosaics
Colorful photo frames and accessories  

FABIAN BENEVIDES-Photography/Note Cards
Photographic prints and themed note card sets.

BRITTANY BOZA-Original Art
Mini Paintings, Whimsical Images, Original Cartoons, and more.
 
DIANE BRAKE-Fused Glass Items/Jewelry
Fused Glass tiles and decorative pieces. Hammered copper and sterling silver jewelry.

MEG BREITER-Fantasy Arts/Felting
Original art, eggshell jewelry, felting and more. Meg has a wide variety of items she creates.

MIDDY CHURCH-Jewelry
FINE, FEMININE, FUN and FUNKY styles and designs. Many items using Swarovski crystal and sterling silver beads.

JASON DULANY-Camping/Outdoor inspired art.
Vintage camper birdhouses, paintings, ornaments & more.

JANE FALION-Jewelry
Jewelry designed with vintage components curated from auctions, estate sales, antique markets and bit & bobs found along life's way.

LAURIE FELTON-Gourd Artist
Transforming a raw, dried-up, fungus-covered gourd into a one-of-a-kind, rare piece of artwork. Vases, bowls, windchimes, and jewelry.

JENNIFER FILAS-Candy/snacks
Seasonal themed treats. 

MARIE GOUGEON-Porcelain
Original designs in pottery, jewelry, and accessories. Unique patterns highlight her beautiful pieces.

CHERYL GRABSKI-Painted Silks
Hand-painted silk scarves, ties, and jewelry. Miniature canvas paintings, which brings a wonderful pop of color to any space.

BARB HAMM-Carmel Corn
Barb is well known around the Lansing area for her wonderful caramel corn. Available in four flavors.

CHRIS HOPP-Cement Sculptures
Lightweight cement sculptures, hypertufa planters, lanterns and garden art, including State of Michigan and MSU designs.

URSULA HOPPE-Photography
Stunning scenic photographs from around Michigan, mounted on aluminum for a unique look, mouse pads and coasters.

DIANNE JOHNS-Recycled Glass Art
Decorative windows, mosaics, wall art and more, all utilizing recycled materials.

MARY KIMBLE-Woolen Mittens/Ceramics
Mittens made from recycled wool sweaters…extremely warm. Ceramic mugs, bowls and State of Michigan ornaments.
VAL KNIFFEN-Greeting Cards
Textured surfaces, handmade paper and cut-outs in original designs. Original linoleum block prints, letterpress and monoprints.


NANCY LANGE-Pottery
Decorative clocks and ceramic pieces. Many different shapes and color combinations, including the State of Michigan.

SANDI LEISTER-Jewelry
A range of jewelry, small shoe charms and zipper pulls.

AMIE LUCAS-Photographer
Landscape photographer who uses light to guide her and define her compositions. Images from all around Michigan.

MARK MILLER-Carved eggs and trinket boxes.
Intricate hand-carved designs on Ostrich, Rhea and other exotic bird eggs. Also, handmade trinket boxes with detailed carvings.

REX MORIARTY-Abstract Art
Abstract, colorful panels, Canvas Prints, and Note Cards.

MARY MURPHY-Cat Mats and Mice
Catnip filled cat mats and knitted mice, also filled with catnip. 
Purr-fect gifts for any feline.

ROGER NOWLAND-Woodturner
Pens, seam rippers, stylus pens bottle stoppers and more. Items are created from specialty woods, exotic woods, acrylics and deer antler.

CLAUDIA OTTINGER-Polymer Clay Artist
Handmade polymer clay beads, jewelry, magnets, and ornaments.

BILL PRIEST-Knives/Canes
One-of-a-kind knives, feature handles of bone, antler or horn, with copper, brass or nickel fittings. Includes custom sheath.

AUTUMN ROMIG-Lotions, Bath Salts & Bombs and more.
Soothing bath salts and tub bombs, sugar scrub and more.
COMING SOON...Cold Process Soaps.

MELISSA STERENBERG-Ink Drawings/Mosiacs
Unique ink drawings in a variety of themes. Mosiac pieces for wall or table, many featuring the State of Michigan design.

JEFF STEVENS-Walking Sticks
Unique walking sticks created from tree branches.

MATTHEW STITT-Digital Design
Unique digital artworks with a whimsical touch. Available in print form and on coffee mugs.

TOM SUTTON-Pottery
Fun and practical designs…bowls, mugs, chili bowls, bird feeders, piggy banks. Tom’s finishing glazes and an art-form by themselves.

WINNIE THURSTON-Purses/Embroidered Towels
A wide variety of embroidered towels.

ROSE UNDERWOOD-Pottery
Specializing in floral pottery pieces, fairy house accessories and miniature pieces.

KATIE WOODMAN-Mixed Media
Delightful paintings, using recycled vintage material. Hand crocheted pot holders and rugs, also using recycled materials.
Great Lakes Art and Gifts
prime directive:

Provide a venue for Mid-Michigan artists to display/sell their work.
To offer our community a wide variety of

original artwork, made by local artisans.

HISTORY OF
GREAT LAKES AR
T and GIFTS


The Haze Art Gallery was founded in 1996 by Hazel Hotwagner (known to her friends as Haze) on the west side of the bridge on Grand River. In October 2009, the gallery moved to Turner Street and then to its current location at 306 East Grand River.
In May 2011 the Gallery changed hands from a single owner, Hazel Hotwagner, to an artist co-operative Gallery and was renamed Great Lakes Artworks.
In October, 2017, the name was changed to
Great Lakes Art and Gifts to better define the types of handcrafted items we offer for display and sale.

Great Lakes Art and Gifts is an artist-owned collaborative promoting the artistry of local artists who show creativity, craftsmanship, originality, and variety. Our gallery features a wide range of juried items from wall art and mosaics, to metalwork, fiber art, soaps and much, much more!

We are very proud of the hand-made artistry
displayed by over 30 Lansing area Artists.

You are invited you to stop in and enjoy one of
Old Town’s most unique and diverse galleries.