15. Winder Binder Gallery & Bookstore, 40 Frazier Ave., began as a home for new and antique toys, books and other unusual gifts. It eventually expanded to house regional folk art with a dedication to folk, visionary, outsider and self-taught artists.
16. Yada Yada, 112 Woodland Ave., features vivid, whimsical art by Sylvia “YaYa” McCollum, a Dallas resident who opened this North Shore gallery as a creative outlet for her paintings and drawings. The gallery also sells clothing, jewelry and other unique knick-knacks.
17. Artifact, 1080 Duncan Ave., is a collective of artists who hold bi-monthly exhibitions and events such as their Handmade Book Fair. They will be highlighting new work from five artists with specialties in pottery, ceramics, custom furniture and metals.
18. Ashley Hamilton Studio, 1440 Adams St. Featured in The Pulse’s State of the Arts 2012 issue, Ashley Hamilton is an emerging artist who works in large-scale mixed media and collage and conceptual installation work. Her studio doubles as show space Easy Lemon that hosts live music and experimental art.
19. Miki Boni Studio, 1611 Mitchell Ave. Miki Boni will reveal her dreamscape series made from combining art forms and pushing the bounds of reality. Her work is exhibited in private collections in Europe, America and now Mexico, where she is the first American female painter whose work was selected to be in the Museo Ateneo Cultural’s permanent collection.
20. SweetCycle Apparel, 1815 Bailey Ave. Design partners Christine and Annie pride themselves on keeping SweetCycle Apparel a high-fashion clothing line made from sustainable methods. Their designs consist of independent and retro-inspired looks that are crafted from discarded clothes and forgotten fabric.