Friday, December 17, 2010


Our favorite elf, Brendon, made a guest appearance at Serendip on December 4, and handed out candy canes to the passersby.

But now, one might say the Elves have Left the Building; because now it's time for all good elves to be back at the North Pole putting in overtime!!

I don't know about you, but I need to put in some overtime with Christmas preparations... so guess where I've been shopping? At THE MARKET AT SERENDIP!

We have some wonderful, unique gift ideas. Christmas ornaments, including paper designs that look like spun glass, handpainted baubles, pottery shapes, wood cardinals and festive snowflakes, and underwater scenes complete with sand.

We offer a terrific array of ladies accessories; handcrafted bags, totes, scarves, mittens, and jewelry ranging from the fun and funky to the elegant and shimmery.

For men, you ask? We still have survival bracelets in stock, as well as handcrafted pens and bottle stoppers. Fabulous stoneware jars and sculptured wood are options that work for the most discriminating art-lover.

Handcrafted greeting cards include very special holiday designs, and we also offer stationary sets, bookmarks, journals, and embellished memo books.

And don't forget the art! We offer original art that includes vibrant florals, elegant watercolors, mixed media collages, plus photographs of Paris, Ohio, beneath the Caribbean, and so many other locations. We have pencil drawings and gorgeous oil paintings, children's art and pen and ink creations.

Baby and children's accessories, handmade dog collars, scented candles, silk flower arrangements; we have something for everyone!

So don't panic-- the elves might be stressing, but you'll find unique gifts, extended hours, and a friendly atmosphere to make gift buying easy at Serendip!!

Thursday, December 9, 2010


Scrambling for an unusual gift for someone? Dreaming of watching a friend open a package with that absolute WOW look on their face? Bored with giving the same tired mass-produced ornaments, decor, jewelry, and accessories?

Serendip has wonderful one-of-a-kind options for you... everything original and handmade, by artists that live right around the corner from you.

... and if I may jump onto my soapbox for a moment, I would encourage you to visit your locally-owned small businesses. In a struggling economy, it's important to save gas and your valuable time.

Shopping locally does that. And it does a lot more!

Shopping locally-owned, small businesses is not only a great way to buy wonderful, unique items, but it also helps your community.

When you patronize local shops, restaurants, galleries, and businesses, you're helping to maintain a community's character. Everyone loves having a business district that's attractive and welcoming... but if there aren't any small shops, cafes, or galleries-- what does the community look like? Why would people want to visit or live in that community? if you don't shop in those small businesses, how do they stay in place?

Local business owners invest their hopes, dreams, and often, their life savings, in their businesses. We have a profound stake in the community and its health, so we work hard for the community we're in, serving on committees and boards, working for the good of the community and its business.

For a concise explanation of what I'm trying to convey, you'll want to read about the 3/50 Project.

The 3/50 Project addresses the following:
3 Think about which three independently owned businesses you’d miss most if they were gone. Stop in and say hello. Pick up a little something that will make someone smile. Your contribution is what keeps those businesses around.
50 If just half the employed U.S. population spent $50 each month in independently owned businesses, their purchases would generate more than $42.6 billion in revenue.* Imagine the positive impact if 3/4 of the employed population did that.
68 For every $100 spent in independently owned stores, $68 returns to the community through taxes, payroll, and other expenditures. If you spend that in a national chain, only $43 stays here. Spend it online and nothing comes home.
1 The number of people it takes to start the! Make a difference. Shop Local.

Want more information on the 3/50 Project? Check it out at

Friday, December 3, 2010


Santa arrives in Powell tomorrow! We'll help the city celebrate as the Serendip elf passes out candy canes, while we offer our unique selection of handmade gifts and original art.

We will also offer two FABULOUS prize drawings through the generosity of It's My Party, Whimsical Wire, and Pink Moon Cupcakes. First is a Princess Party Giveaway that includes an It's My Party custom party hat, Pink Moon gift certificate, and lots of other party necessities-- $150 value!

We'll also draw for a Girls Night Out Gift, with an adult It's My Party hat, a boa, wine gifts by Whimsical Wire-- just what you need for the perfect girls night out! Shop at Serendip and fill out an entry for the prize drawings.

Make sure you don't leave Powell before you stop by Serendip to shop, enjoy a cup of wassail or hot chocolate, and fill out an entry for the prize drawings.

Serendip will be open till 6:00 on Saturday, 12/4. Check out for the schedule of holiday events from the city.

Also, remember The City and the Powell Police Department are collecting new toys for this year's Toys for Tots Campaign. New, unwrapped toys can be brought to the Toys for Tots collection boxes at the Police Department and Municipal Building (47 Hall St.) during business hours. Toys will be collected through Dec. 10.

Thursday, November 25, 2010


Our Holiday Open House takes place over Thanksgiving weekend. Serendip offers you a shopping escape from the crazy big-chain venues by offering refreshments, wonderful original art and handcrafted gift ideas, and exceptional customer service!

Here's a rundown of what's in store for you:

Friday, 11/26; 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Enjoy wassail, hot chocolate, and holiday treats
Daryl Roche demonstrates wire sculpture jewelry in the afternoon
Barb Crockett accents the day with flute music
**Ann Houser...10% Off
**Elizabeth White jewelry and suncatchers... 10% off
**Rindesu Jewelry... 25% off
**Larry Payne Images of France... 20% off
**Fifi Papers: 15% off 3 or more sets of custom notecards; 15% off Christmas notecards
**Celtic Naturals soaps: buy 3, get one free
**Laura Neal Designs... 20% off
**Lea Ann O’Brien Dog Collars and Aprons... 10% off
**Chopstix... 15% off

Saturday, 11/27; 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Enjoy wassail, hot chocolate, and holiday treats
Barb Crockett accents the day with flute music
**Ann Houser...10% Off
**Elizabeth White jewelry and suncatchers... 10% off
**Rindesu Jewelry... 25% off
**Larry Payne Images of France... 20% off
**Fifi Papers: 15% off 3 or more sets of custom notecards; 15% off Christmas notecards
**Celtic Naturals soaps: buy 3, get one free
**Laura Neal Designs... 20% off
**Lea Ann O’Brien Dog Collars and Aprons... 10% off
**Chopstix... 15% off

Sunday, 11/2; 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Enjoy wassail, hot chocolate, and holiday treats
Lori Sudler designs alphabet photo collages
**Ann Houser...10% Off
**Elizabeth White jewelry and suncatchers... 10% off
**Rindesu Jewelry... 25% off
**Larry Payne Images of France... 20% off
**Fifi Papers: 15% off 3 or more sets of custom notecards; 15% off Christmas notecards
**Celtic Naturals soaps: buy 3, get one free
**Laura Neal Designs... 20% off
**Lea Ann O’Brien Dog Collars and Aprons... 10% off
**Chopstix... 15% off

Tuesday, November 23, 2010


Yeah, I'm with you. Who enjoys trolling a parking lot for 30 minutes looking for a place to park? How fun is it to fight the crowds in the aisles, and then wait in line forEVER to pay for your purchases? Why would you want to spend Thanksgiving weekend doing all that?

May I suggest a delightful alternative: Downtown Powell's Annual Holiday Open House, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Visit Powell's unique boutiques, galleries, gift and antique shops! You'll find refreshments and smiles, one-of-a-kind gifts, music and joy, some special sales and prizes-- and best of all, you'll discover the joy of shopping with personal service and a relaxed atmosphere.

You're going to love Serendip more than ever this weekend! We're pulling out all the stops to make our Open House Weekend a great one! We'll be serving up wassail and music, snacks and sales, and on Friday, Daryl Roche will demonstrate his wire jewelry techniques. We have stocked up on extra-special art and handcrafted treasures by our 50+ artists, and we promise a pleasant, relaxing, friendly shopping weekend!

Many of our fellow downtown merchants will also be offering Open House Weekend festivities. After you've come to Serendip, you may want to visit a few others.

A Certain Charm lives up to their name with charming home accents, consignment clothing, and gorgeous accessories, plus their pick-a-discount basket.

Judy at Remembrances will guide you to distinctive gifts and collectibles to compliment the traditional, country and victorian home-- and offers a discount coupon for the Open House Weekend.

Marilyn's Paris Flea Market will add homemade open house treats to their collection of upscale vintage furnishings. A quick stop into Jeni's Ice Cream and then it's on to the Candle Lab-- both are complete sensory treats.

Glorious florals and spectacular home decor will tempt you into Patina Interiors/Petals and Leaves. Shyne offers women's and kid's accessories and offers some terrific Open House specials and prizes!

Pop into Kimberly's Diamond Corner for dazzling glitters; a few steps takes you to LP Designs, showing off everything from leather bowls to contemporary birdhouses to elf shoes!

Now that you've shopped a bit, you'll be ready for a specially-priced Peppermint Hot Chocolate or a Gingerbread Chai and a snack at Espresso Yourself Music Cafe.

So, you see, holiday shopping doesn't have to be a horror. Come discover downtown Powell, and visit Serendip and let us pamper you with treats and great service!

Monday, November 8, 2010


Vintage-inspired goodies can really change up your style!!

Vintage Vamp/Teresa Morbitzer has brought in more of her beautiful jewelry, incorporating vintage elements with contemporary. Glitzy rings, stunning necklaces, bracelets, and earrings-- not TOTALLY your mother's jewelry, but reminiscent of it!

Holly Tripp offers a selection of nostalgic altered paper tags, cards, and journals. You'll also love her ornaments, paperweights, and other goodies!

And we have Lea Ann's terrific retro and vintage inspired aprons--perfect for gifts or yourself-- in patterns perfect for everyday, entertaining, Thanksgiving, and Christmas!!

Sunday, November 7, 2010


When you're buying gifts, why settle for the usual mall offerings? Giving an original, one-of-a-kind gift will mean so much to the recipient...

We have so many options in store for you; I hardly know where to begin. How about a quick sample of art for the home?

Glenn Seabloom once introduced his stoneware jars as "glorified cookie jars", but they are truly works of art in fantastic shapes and glorious glazes-- and certainly not just for the kitchen!

Kneisley Underwater's photographs take you into a world most of us never see-- glowing fish, waving coral, colors that are almost unworldly. Offerings of these photos include matted prints, framed works, and even Christmas ornaments!

Elizabeth White makes glimmering, shimmering suncatchers to hang in windows, using beads and big faceted crystals. The rainbows they cast on walls and floors are a great cold-weather pick-me-up!

You'll find so many wonderful, unique options at Serendip-- stop in and take a look, and come back often, as the offerings change frequently!!


Have you seen Serendip's Wish Tree yet? When you find something you love in the store, you can tag the tree with your wish, then take home a "subtle hint" card. Let your gift-givers know that they can get you something you WANT, instead of a toaster, or smelly perfume, or whatever...
Stop in today and pick out great choices from our vast array of one-of-a-kind art, jewelry, home decor, and more!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010


Tired of giving the usual mall offerings as gifts?

At Serendip, we're seeing a new trend in gift-giving; people are looking for the unique, the unusual, the handmade, along with original works of art. With an eclectic selection of original work, in a wide range of prices, you'll find one-of-a-kind gift options throughout the store.

Is there a jewelry lover on your list? We have beautiful handcrafted jewelry, designed with semi-precious stones, vintage components, mixed metals, wrapped wire, elegant sparkles... jewelry including designs by AdoreJules, Vintage Vamp, Laura Neal Designs, Daryl Roche, Conjiagua, Claudia Carreon, Lynn Thomas, Elizabeth White, Daisy Mae, DeLynn Pollina, Moz Jewelry, and some surprising offerings from other artists (fiber necklaces, floral pins, etc!).
We'll keep giving you ideas, because we know you'll find something unique for everyone on your gift list this season (and you might find some goodies for yourself along the way!!).
Remember, gift giving doesn't have to be the same ol' same ol'... stop in Serendip soon!

Thursday, September 16, 2010


Classes are being scheduled for fall! Jen Float just sent word that she's scheduling more of her popular Studio Classes!

If you're looking for a fun evening out while creating your own masterpiece, we have the answer!
Come along and meet new friends, or grab some current pals, and join us for an evening of creativity and camaraderie. Bring a favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and paint a picture along with Jen, a local artist with work displayed in Yellow Springs, at Serendip, and other local venues.

We'll provide your paint, canvas and brushes, and you'll have a fun evening with friends. Plus, at the end of the evening, you'll have a one-of-a-kind creation and, hopefully, a newfound talent you'll want to explore. Each session is only $40.

Questions? Call Jennifer Float, at 9327-243-1383; or the Market at Serendip, at 614-356-2784.

Decadent Dish Night
Thursday, September 30

7:00-9:00 p.m.

Thursday, October 7

7:00-9:00 p.m.

My Starry Night
Tuesday, October 12

7:00-9:00 p.m.

Sweet Tweets
Thursday, October 14

7:00-9:00 p.m.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010


We are so excited to welcome two more artists.

First, FiFi Papers has joined us, offering prepackaged cards and notes with alphabet photos spelling out the sentiments. She also takes special orders for personalized cards. These would be an ideal gift for newlyweds or your favorite correspondent, or they would make totally unique holiday cards!

We're also happy to welcome Pam Stockwell's Whimsical Wire. Pam turns plain serving pieces into spectacular works of art. Using wire and enormous creativity, she incorporates vintage beads and elements to add pizzazz to your partyware!!

Photos will come soon... but stop in and see all our treasures for yourself!!

Tuesday, September 7, 2010


NEWS FLASH! In just a few days, Serendip will open the doors at our new location, 30 W. Olentangy Street in Powell!! A little paint, a lot of help, and the careful transfer of beautiful art, and we'll see you there beginning Saturday, Sept. 11!!! Our usual hours and location till then, though...

The new gallery is progressing well. You've loved our old location, and I gurantee you're REALLY going to love our new one-- stop by and see the new space on Saturday!!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

New seasons have arrived at Serendip! We're bringing in fall and Halloween decor, including silk florals, pumpkin designs, Kristin Morris's Alice in Wonderland folk dolls, and plenty more to get you ready for the turning leaves and cooling temperatures.

With Buckeye season starting already, you'll need to stop in to collect Laura Neal's buckeye jewelry, or Adda-Ptations scarves and hair accessories. We have Buckeye gifts that are great for the hosts of your next tailgate party, and Susie Lowder has painted her unique visions of autumn buckeye branches.

Don't forget to order your custom silk arrangements from Arlene Cucculelli-- fall, Thanksgiving, and Christmas are coming fast!!

Thursday, August 26, 2010


We had a wonderful celebration for our FIRST ANNIVERSARY IN POWELL last week. Beginning with a party Thursday evening, then Serendipity Day on Saturday, we gave away free gifts and coupons, signed people up for door prizes, and had a chance to visit with some of our valued customers and friends.

This special date creates the perfect opportunity to express my sincere appreciation for all the people who have made our first year so successful: a wonderful, talented group of creative and supportive artists; friends and family who have offered inspiration, advice, and confidence; and wonderful customers, who are the "serendipity" part of Serendip! Our customers are so warm and supportive, that it's very easy to think of them as friends! Thank you, all of you, for everything you've done for Serendip and for me!

Meanwhile, we have our lucky prize drawing winners, who I'll be notifying by phone and/or email later today:
Vikki W: You have won Glenn Seabloom's handthrown stoneware jar, donated by the artist.
Jerry P: you are the lucky recipient of a Serendipity Basket, filled with handcrafted items donated by Barbara Crockett, Cricket Such, Laura Neal, Joan Hatcher, Claudia Carreon, Jen Float, and a few other surprises.
Lee J: Arlene Cucculelli's rose & chic floral arrangement will grace your surroundings!
Don L: you have won the other Serendipity Basket, which includes handcrafted items donated by Jim Burrowes, Sue Nason, Barbara Crockett, Cricket Such, Joan Hatcher, Jen Float, and a few other surprises.
Lesley C: you have won the pottery vase/planter with the arrowhead plant, donated by Morris Clayworks.

Congratulations to our winners! And thank you all for helping us celebrate our first anniversary in Powell!!

Monday, August 23, 2010


Saturday, August 7, marked the Artists' Reception for Rocco Pisto's one man show, entitled Organic Vibrations. We had a wonderful turnout of Rocco's friends and followers, and the opportunity to view some of his new works. Organic Vibrations is still on display at the Market at Serendip, along with a varied sampling of Rocco's other works-- please stop by for your chance to see these oustanding watercolors!

Wednesday, May 26, 2010


Feature Friday is almost here! Join us from 5-9 p.m. on 5/28 for refreshments, fun, and the good company of artists and friends. Red, white, and blue tags signal great discounts from many of your favorite artists. Don't miss it!

Monday, May 17, 2010

SPOTLIGHT: Daryl Roche Wire-Wrapped Jewelry

We are happy to feature the exquisite wire-wrapped jewelry by DARYL ROCHE. Crafted with 14K gold filled wire, or tarnish-resistant sterling silver, the unique designs may include cameos, cabochons, cubic zirconias, or semi-precious stones. Rings, pendants, brooches-- all combine masterful craftsmanship with designs from delicate to intricate!

Prices for Daryl's jewelry range from $9 to $70.
Photos by Nancy Lacke.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010


We have some great classes coming to Serendip!!

The Candle Lab: "Using Scent as an Interior Design Element"
Thurday, May 27, from 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Learn tips and tricks about how to choose and use fragrance in the spaces where you live and work. Learn how to create your own custom fragrances and discover the latest fragrance products and trends. You already spend time picking paint colors, rugs, and window treatments for your spaces - find out how to add fragrance to that list and create the mood you want in each area of your home. Pre-registration fee is $40/per person, which includes all materials, and each person will leave with their own custom-scented natural soy candle and a premium reed diffuser!

Children's Photography and Collage Gift Class with Lori Sudler, Spell It Out.
Schedule 1: 5/26, 6/2, 6/9, 6/16 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Schedule 2: 7/21, 7/28, 8/4, 8/11 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Ages 7-12. Fee is $125 for four sessions; all materials are included. In this class students will learn photography basics while creating a great gift! Students will create a collage of photographs they have taken themselves, and one professional photo of the student.

Call The Market at Serendip today to sign up!!

Monday, April 26, 2010


Don't forget that this Friday, 4/30, is Feature Friday! We'll stay open late (from 5-9) for your shopping pleasure, offering refreshments, special discounts, and good company! Mark your calendar and stop by.

Then you can follow up by coming to Powell's Street Market on Sunday, May 2! Powell's downtown streets will be lined with 100+ vendors of antiques, collectibles, arts and crafts, food, and entertainment. Watch artists' demonstrations on Serendip's front porch all day, and stop in our classroom for free popcorn. We'll have some special merchandise and discounts on hand, as well. The Street Market runs from 9:00-5:00, rain or shine-- and don't forget we have parking in the rear of the gallery for your convenience.

We look forward to seeing you!

Thursday, April 15, 2010


It's been a busy time at Serendip, with the introduction of some great new treasures!

"Big and small, meek and wild, young and old. Everyone needs a personal monster for fun, protection and companionship. Embrace your inner monster." That's the mission behind ArtsiBitsi monsters, and I must say, these monsters are embraceable.

A variety of shapes and styles make these perfect as IPod or cellphone covers, journals, and tissue holders (great teacher gift!!). When you see them, you'll definitely want one for yourself.
Getting prepared for the summer holidays, Uncle Sam has arrived in a rendition that only Kristin Morris can achieve! He's joined by Mr. Obama, and both would be perfect guests at your summer picnics.


Remember that our Art Squared Exhibition will be here until the end of April. All 12" x 12", these varied and impressive canvases are all for sale at $100 each, and demonstrate and amazing range of technique and media.


Rocky Pisto has installed some very large watercolors and giclee prints, suitable for grand foyers or offices. Ranging in size from 42" x 42" to 42" x 57", these evocative pieces may be just what you've been looking for.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Check out our newest line-up of terrific classes at The Market at Serendip!

Children's Photography and Collage Gift Class. Lori Sudler, of Spell it Out, will teach students aged 7-12 the basics of photography as they create a great gift. Students will create a collage of photographs that they've taken themselves, plus a professional photo of the student. It is the perfect gift for Mothers' Day, Dad's birthday, or just to tell someone you love them. Each student will also receive a coupon for $10 off any purchase of $20 or more in The Market at Serendip. Registration in advance is $125 for four 1-hour sessions; all materials are included. The class will be from 6:30-7:30 on 4/7, 4/14, 4/21, and 4/28 in the Market at Serendip Classroom.

Peepin' Fresh Faces Spa Night: Come learn about all-natural skin care options! Angela Buckley from Celtic Naturals will talk about different skin types, and all-natural household items that feed the skin. Experience your own facial, and leave with a glowing complexion and a personalized recipe. This month's theme: Sugar scrubs. Pre-registration is $35; spa is 4/13 from 7:00-9:00 p.m.

On April 11, from 1:00- 3:30 p.m., Susie Lowder will teach Making the Most of your Garden Flowers (with a little help from the produce & floral department). This will be a lesson in vase arranging, and will include a demonstration of hand-tying technique for arrangements. Susie will also show you some tricks to use the containers you already have. You'll need to bring garden scissors and/or a paring knife; all other materials are included in the $40 registration fee. You'll take home a lovely arrangement in a vase included in the price of the class.

Art like an Egyptian: Teresa Morbitzer will teach students (3rd Grade-9th Grade) to create their own Egyptian masterpiece on papyrus, using hieroglyphics and accented with gold paint. Saturday, 4/17, from 11:00-1:00; pregistration is $30 and includes all supplies.

Intro to Crochet: Andrea Gorzite invites you to learn simple crochet techniques to make potholders-- a great beginner's project! Students should bring 2 balls of Peaches and Cream 100% cotton, and a crochet hook in the size specified on the package. Class is two sessions, 1:00-3:30, on 4/17 and 4/24; preregistration is $45 total.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010


The Art Squared exhibition was launched on Friday evening with a reception for artists, friends, and family! What a wonderful evening. With submissions from central Ohio and across the country, the exhibition features 48 works, all 12" x 12", but encompassing a wide variety of styles and inspirations.

Our jurors awarded Best in Show to Philip Pisto, who received a gift certificate to Dick Blick Art Supplies. Honorable mentions went to Sue Brezine, Kathleen Verner-Moulton, and Gina Pisto.

All work featured in the exhibition is available for sale, at $100 per piece. The work will be displayed through April, so if you missed the reception, you still have time to experience this unique visual art show!

Friday, March 26, 2010


The event we've been preparing for and looking forward to...

Join us tonight, 3/26, for the opening reception celebrating this unique juried art show, Art Squared. Enjoy the company of artists and friends, join us for refreshments, and experience a unique new way of looking at art!

The artists represented in this show include

Karen Alles/Powell, OH; Don Jones/Worthington, OH; Maggie Flanagan/Grandview, OH; Kelly Zalenski/Reynoldsburg, OH; Philip Pisto/Powell, OH; Gina Pisto/Powell, OH; Wendie Banuelos/Torrence, CA; Salvador Banuelos/Torrence, CA; Rick Borgia/Columbus, OH; Codi Simpson/Marysville, OH; Hannah Zacharias/Marysville, OH; Jessie Buckley/Chicago, IL; Paula Lambert/Columbus, OH; Leah Grommon/Beaver Creek, OH; Kristen Ransom/Columbus, OH; Ellie Moss/Saline, MI; Sue Brezine/Yellow Springs, OH; Cynthia McDonald/Cedarville, OH; Kathy Verner Moulton/Yellow Springs, OH; Erin Snelling/Columbus, OH; Debbie Wingate/Galloway, OH;

and Serendip members Rocky Pisto, Susie Lowder, Cricket Such, Jennifer Float, Candice McMurphy, and Amanda Julca.

Here's a sneak preview for you (but wait till you see it in person!!)

Tuesday, March 16, 2010



Today, the sun is sparkling through the suncatchers, spring and Easter goodies are blooming, and we have lots of great new art. The sun is warm on the front porch, and it's just a gorgeous day inside and out!

Above: Crystal Suncatchers by Elizabeth White
Below: You made that? fiber necklace; It's All Paper recycled paper accessories; Maz Jewelry; Susie Lowder paintings, Deb's Easter eggs, It's all Paper bowls.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Mark your calendar for the


On Friday, March 26, the Market at Serendip will welcome artists, friends, family, and the community to the opening reception for our unique visual art exhibition, Art Squared.

This juried show includes emerging and established painters, photographers, and mixed media artists from central Ohio and across the country. All the works are displayed on 12 x 12 canvases, and will be on display at Serendip for the month of April. All work will be offered for sale, at $100 for each piece.

Join us between 5:00 and 9:00 p.m. for refreshments, the excellent company of artists and friends, and a brand new way to appreciate art!

Friday, March 5, 2010


Ever wonder what to do with all those leftover scraps and skeins of yarn? Stop between 1:00 an 4:00 on March 7 at The Market at Serendip for a fun, informal yarn swap!

People will be on hand to teach simple crochet and knitting techniques, as well as how to use those scraps of yarn. Ideas abound-- and you can trade your yarn as well!!

Join us for refreshments, new techniques, the company of new friends, and a chance to trade your unwanted yarn for new materials and ideas.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Thank you for following us to our new site. Become a part of the conversation. We love to hear from you. Please bookmark us and follow along.

Are you a Fan? Keep up to date with our blog posts simply by becoming a Fan of the Market At Serendip on Facebook.

Our blog posts tell the stories of our artists, special events and sales! To get quick notices, you can find us also on Twitter. (Note: due to character limitation, our handle is slightly different!)

We like to hear what you think. Please leave us comments here -- or post along on the Facebook fan page.

Thank you. Hope to see you soon.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

FINAL FRIDAY, 2/26/10!!

Join artists and friends at our February Final Friday event from 5:00-9:00 p.m.! Enjoy some snacks and libations, great company, and special one-night-only discounts on select items.

This is also a great opportunity to see the work of February's newest artists:

Rocco Pisto Watercolors

Little Store Quilts

Jason Burke

Adore-Jules Jewelry