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POP UP SHOP @ West Elm Boise

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MY FIRST POP-UP

JUSTIN W JOHN’s FIRST POP-UP SHOP! Hosted by WEST ELM IN DOWNTOWN BOISE. SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 24TH.

MERCH ON HAND SHOULD INCLUDE: LIMITED EDITION GICLÉE PRINTS, ORIGINAL SMALL PAINTINGS, CARDS, POSTCARDS, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND MORE.

THERE WILL BE GIVEAWAY CONTEST (THE PRIZE WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED VIA EMAIL THE SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER) AND THERE WILL BE SOME SURPRISES!

Photo: Justin W John pre-opening West Elm Downtown Boise
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Since 2013, West Elm LOCAL has introduced 900+ artisans and their one-a-of-kind products to customers across the country. And next week I will join them! I’m so excited for this opportunity and still have so much to do. While it may look simple on the outside, there’s a lot of odds and ends to take care of. So I’m going to keep on keepin’ on!

POP UP SHOP
Location

824 W Idaho Street

Boise, ID 83702

Contact

PHONE: 208 794 1194

EMAIL: ART@JUSTINWJOHN.COM

HOURS

SATURDAY AUGUST 24th, 2019

10AM – 2PM

Art Source Gallery

17th Annual Juried Exhibition

July 1 — 27th

ART SOURCE GALLERY
1015 W Main Street
Boise, ID 83702

Opening reception on Thursday, July 11th, from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

This annual summer event is open to artists nationally who are not regular members of the Gallery. This gives the Treasure Valley a wonderful opportunity to see new and different fine art.

Jurors this year are Debbie Hughbanks, an accomplished artist from northeastern Washington who is a Master Signature member of Women Artists of the West, and Allen Malaise, a talented sculptor of wild life in bronze, juror for the 3-D artworks.

From the 46 nationwide applicants, the jurors selected pieces for both 2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional works representing a diverse range of media, style and expression sure to impress any art aficionado.

Awards total $1150 and will be announced in the Gallery at 6:30 pm.

Music by JB Duo.

 

Take the $2 Challenge

Take the $2 Challenge

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SHOP LOCAL

For every $100 spent in a local business, $68 stays in the economy. Not only do local businesses employ more people directly per dollar of revenue, they also are the customers of local printers, accountants, wholesalers, farms, attorneys, etc., thus expanding the opportunities for local entrepreneurs and making that local dollar work even harder.

By shopping local you are supporting…

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Take the $2 Challenge

2buckchallenge_300

SHOP LOCAL

For every $100 spent in a local business, $68 stays in the economy. Not only do local businesses employ more people directly per dollar of revenue, they also are the customers of local printers, accountants, wholesalers, farms, attorneys, etc., thus expanding the opportunities for local entrepreneurs and making that local dollar work even harder.

By shopping local you are supporting schools, police and fire departments. Most of the money you spend goes right back into the local economy. Read more


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As a local business owner, I would be thrilled to help you spend your $2 bills! I have plenty of art for sale, as well as merchandise. If you have a specific vision in mind I could do a custom commissioned piece for you as well. So many options that I don’t have enough time to illustrate them all on my website.

So go sign up at www.idahopress.com and accept the challenge to put your hard earned money back into our economy and fuel a prosperous new year!


 

Take the $2 Challenge

‘Tis the season to shop! The holidays are just around the corner and the Idaho Press is posing a challenge you won’t be able to resist: Go shopping. Spend $100 at local shops and restaurants. And only use $2 bills.
Read the article on idahopress.com


 

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