COVID UPDATE: In compliance with BC health regulations, Morrow, the physical space is now open to the general public. For shop and gallery visits, we are limiting guests to 2 people/households at a time. Visits are by appointment only as this allows us to ensure ample time for disinfecting and ventilation. We are happy to do by appointment shopping, curbside pickups, deliveries, and to post within Canada. As well, to do zoom or by phone browsing tours.
When you visit the space we may ask you questions about your health. You will be required to wear a mask in all areas. You will be required to use provided hand sanitizer upon entering and prior to handling merchandise. You will be required to maintain a minimum of 2 meteres social distance from other guests and Morrow Volunteers. Shoes off or shoe covers provided. For all the above safety, we are happy to provide. Let’s stay safe and healthy!
Cover Image: Necklace by Hayley Gawthrop
Hoop Dangle Earrings $20 – $35
Hoop Studs ($20)
Button Studs: $15
Stephanie’s earrings are created from Ghanaian recycled Ankara fabric, inspired from her work and travels in Ghana, learning from the womxn who learned from the womxn before them. Light as a feather and hypoallergnic! Stephanie is the Creative behind Nhyira Gems – Nhyira means ‘blessing’ in Twi (Ghana, Africa)
Playful Drop Earrings on hypoallergenic surgical steel posts
Prancer Earrings by Barbara Adler Interdisciplinary Artist behind Ten Thousand Wolves
On .925 Silver hooks and hand made with materials of Bombyx silk, naturally dyed linen, smokey quartz, sodalite
Jewelry by Dance Artist Sarah Doucet of Twitch Designs
Dance and Song Artist
$25 for words in stock: nope – crybaby – woof – pussy – vulva – soft – tender – daddy – baby – bitch – cunt – horny
$30 custom orders
Erin creates adorable felted wool earrings in red, yellow, black, and white on hypo-allergenic surgical steel posts. Erin’s work is shared with us through her sister – dance artist Shion Skye Carter.
Indigenous Taiwanese Bead Jewellry
Anny’s creates bracelets and necklaces with Katalata glass beads, handcrafted by the Indigenous Paiwan and Rukai tribe, situated in the southern mountains of Taiwan. These beads are considered precious treasures to the Paiwan and Rukai people, each representing its own special meaning. In Anny’s pieces, each glass bead is paired with specific crystals based on their desired healing properties.
A portion of proceeds goes to NFP organizations serving Indigenous communities in the ancestral occupied Coast Salish territories of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Musqueam Nations
Dance Artist, Live Arts Curator, Educator
Necklaces made with beads collected from Dena’s travels
Fancy Lampwork: Glassbeads from New Orleans, polished coral, Murano Beads, etched glass leaf
Transparency: Venetian hand- blown glass
So Blue: turquoise, mother of pearl, glass, cultivated pearls
Elemental: turquoise, coral, glass, semi-precious mineral stone
Sea Red: Antique Coral from Yehuda Market in Jerusalem, raw & polished coral, etched glass, etched wood