Our Regular Shop Hours for November are Wednesdays and Saturdays 1-4pm. You can also schedule by appointment browsing by emailing: email@example.com
small beautifuls is a term coined by Wendy Williams Watt that perfectly describes Morrow’s eclectic variety of handmade items – created by Vancouver dance and dance affiliated colleagues – for everyday use and enjoyment.
Small Hand Painted Jars featuring feminists, activists and other inspiring and inspired folks – by Jessica Wadsworth
$30 for jars in stock
$40 to custom order a jar in the likeness of anyone you choose
by Dance Artist Erika Mitsuhashi. 2 Sizes in a variety Japanese cottons/linens
Handsewn Unlined Journals
by Dance Artist Erika Mitsuhashi
Felted Cacti (the tiniest you’ve ever seen) with pouches
by Dance Artist Erika Mitsuhashi
‘odds’ by Dance Artist Jess Wilkie
5.5 x 8.5 on watercolour paper – Watercolour and Ink
Ankara Clutches and Zipper Pouches
Clutches $35 – $40
Pouches: $15 – $25
Made from authentic Ankara recycled Ghanaian Cotton
Slipcast Ceramic Ocean Vessels
Drinking Vessels (Kelly, Rianne, Deanna, Ziyian) $35
Small Vessels (Shion, Zahra, Alexa, Marisa) $35
Tamanu Argan Face Oil / Rosemary Salt Coffee Body Scrub / Bergamot Ylang Ylang White Spruce Massage Oil
by Dance Artist Francesca Frewer
Face Oil $30 / Large Scrub $13 / Small Scrub $10 / Massage Oil $25
Beeswax Candles Beeswax Coconut Lip Balm
by Dance Artist Oksana Augustine
Lip Balm $7
Paper Pulp Art
by Sauha Lee
Sauha’s intricate paper pulp pieces are created from repurposed quotidian things like pay stubs, tax forms and to-do lists, beautifully merged with plant materials such as Yucca, Dandelion and Spring Flowers – sourced from her work as a landscaper and elsewhere.
Caitlins card designs were made using her grandpa’s vintage letter stamps and her family’s scrabble game. The messages of hope are meant to connect families and friends, with part of the proceeds going to raise awareness and support for the Huntington Disease community.
Instagram: @caitd_griffin and/or @grandpa.stamps
Cyanotype Flora Photograms
by Dance Artist Julia Carr and her son Kirk
8×10: 1 for $25 / 2 for $40 / 3 for $50
Small: 1 for $10 / 3 for $25
Cyanotype Photograms of Flora from (covid-19 pandemic) Gardens
A Photogram is a photographic image made without a camera by placing objects directly onto the surface of a light-sensitive material such as photographic paper and then exposing it to light.
Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. Anna Atkins, one of the early female photographers, was also a botanist who used cyanotype photograms to identify plants for science.
Julia’s archival watercolour papers have been hand-coated with light-sensitive chemistry and placed in an antique printing frame with freshly selected garden plant clippings for exposure to the sun. Each piece is unique.
Many pieces were created as collaborations between Julia and her 5-year old son Kirk. They found clippings, arranged compositions, and played hide-and-seek together while waiting for exposures. Since COVID-19 impacted Mother and child have had an increased interest in, and have spent more time exploring gardens around Vancouver.
Capturing pretty, ephemeral textures from garden life in blue–an ode to making the most of present circumstances while also acknowledging the yoke of grief during these strange times.