Here we are again- fast approaching the busiest shopping weekend of the holiday season. Don’t spend all day fighting the crowds at the mall or other mega shopping nightmares. Stop by Mississippi Studios and scoop up something for everyone on your list. The best part? It’s all locally made by super cool people.

Need more?
All artists will be donating 10% of their sales to p:ear and Mississippi Studios will donate 100% of their food proceeds to p:ear Who doesn’t want to help homeless kids? Especially around the holidays.

Still not enough?
Mississippi Studios will be serving up breakfast sandwiches and happy hour specials all day long. Grab a cocktail while you shop or just hang out on their newly covered & heated patio and people watch.

When: Sunday November 27th from 10:30am – 5:00 pm

Where: Mississippi Studios 3939 N Mississippi, Portland

Stay tuned for a list of participating artists and other amazing reasons you won’t want to miss out.

Hope to see you there. Tell all of your friends!


Michelle Kolososki of Adora Bella Ceramics


A place to find clean and contemporary porcelain objects.

Adora Bella Ceramics makes functional porcelain ceramics for your home and garden.  The work is organic and inspired by our natural surroundings.  Each piece is made with care by hand in Portland, Oregon.  As a young company just getting started, I look forward to taking my passion for unique contemporary designs and sharing it with the community.

Chelsea and Keegan Linehan



Chelsea and Keegan Linehan are sisters who were raised military style, aka all over the place.  They have been crafting since they were children, mainly it was Chelsea making small paper props for her younger sister Keegan’s teddy bears.
Chelsea is a graduate of Pacific Northwest College of Art, receiving a Bachelors of Fine Arts in 2008.  Her main focus is in painting, but she has always had a knack of putting different textures together.  She currently works as the Product Manager at Benjamin Blak, a men’s underwear manufacturing boutique, she assists the designer with pattern making, sewing, and fabric cutting.  She loves to spend her free time making work in her studio for upcoming gallery shows.
Keegan is a graduate of the Dental Laboratory Technology Program at Portland Community College. She is currently working at a lab fabricating dentures in Portland, finally doing a job she really enjoys.  Keegan has been an avid crocheter for 5 years and spends much of her free time working with yarn.

Otto Designs

Corby Barnes & Amy Honeyman


Otto Designs is a local Portland business run by Corby Barnes & Amy Honeyman. We make funky jewlery for all ages. We use mostly recycled game pieces from your favorite childhood games. Our images come from recycled books, magazines and paper.

Christopher Pate


Pate creates functional ceramic wares and home decor which are inspired by nature and natural processes. Most all of his work is hand thrown, and in some cases altered and textured through additive techniques.

Jessica Leigh Rogers


This holiday, OWL presents modern bicycle bags constructed of reclaimed leather.  Innovative and functional, these heirloom quality commuter bags are worked with attention to detail and deliver old-world charm.

Jessica Leigh Rogers is an artist, designer, costumer and quilter from Portland, Oregon.

Vanessa Gifford Gillis


Lovable softgoods that are made primarily with original hand-woven fabric.

Vanessa Gifford Gillis has recently relocated from Brooklyn, NY to Portland, OR, where she is currently designing housewares and accessories based on her own hand-woven cloth and recycled fabrics.