Doorway of stone building
Artic wolf
Impasto painted flowers
Tall ships
Spring ceramic mask with butterfly
events and exhibitions


Fenton Arts Council Member ShowJuly 10 - August 8, 2021


Jorge Torrez - Peruvian Art

August 28 - September 25, 2021



October 2 - November6, 2021

See It, Hear It, Speak Out

November 20 - December 30, 2021

Tuesday - Thursday
11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday  12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Please note we are closed on Sunday and Monday. On Sundays we are only open by appointment.

purchasing artwork

Individuals interested in purchasing any of the artwork should contact us at  We can arrange delivery within 50 miles and shipping prices vary by location.

open studio

Every Tuesday from 4:00-7:00 pm we have open studio.  Bring what you are currently working on and create with other artists  

latest news

During the Fenton Street Experience, we were fortunate to have held a lending art gallery.  The results of those experiences are now culminating in a permanent installation of work called "Our Community" at the gallery.  Stop in and create a piece to add to the wall.

Call to artists - survivor

Survivor is a celebration of cancer survivors.  Throughout the cancer journey, art is a healing medium.  This exhibition will feature the art made by cancer survivors.  It does not matter what part of the journey you are in; you are a survivor! 

The deadline to apply is August 31, 2021!   Notification of work selected will be by September 7, 2021.    For more information and to apply:

Call to artists - See it, Hear it, Speak out! 

See it, Hear it, Speak out is about the elimination of violence against women.  Throughout history, women around the world continue to be impacted by violence in many forms.  This violence may be in the form of domestic violence, rape, child marriage, female genital mutilation, human trafficking, acid burning, etc.  This exhibition will feature art by female artists about this subject matter. Who better to speak of these atrocities than women.   

The deadline to apply is September 30, 2021! Notification of work selected will be by October 9, 2021.  For more information and to apply:

current quarter donation recipient
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The Desert Angel was started by Louise Downs Blain in October 2001, she wanted to let our deployed troops know that someone cared and was thinking about them. The Troops gave her the name "Desert Angel" because out of the desert comes a box from someone they don't even know - it must be an angel ~ it must be "The Desert Angel"

We collect, pack, and mail needed items to our Troops. Always including words of encouragement and hope. Adding extra items to pass out the native people of the countries that our Troops are stationed in. Throwing in some fun stuff or school supplies to give to the children. In other words, we show our Troops they are not forgotten in deeds, not just words. Changing our world, one box at a time ~ Making a difference!

The boxes are now named "Miracle Boxes" in honor of Ortonville, Michigan's fallen hero, PFC Joseph A. Miracle, US Army Airborne of the 173rd. Joseph was in Afghanistan only 35 days when he gave his life defending his unit.

Packing parties are scheduled every second Thursday of the month at various locations. We hope to have one at the gallery during this quarter., date and time will be announced later.

Recently, The Desert Angel has been supporting law enforcement. Macomb, Wayne, and Oakland Sheriffs Department as well as Fenton, Linden, Argentine police departments and the Genesee Couty Sheriffs Departmenthave been honored.