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About Us

Saugatuck Artists Collective was opened in 2008 with one goal in mind: provide an outlet for Western Michigan artists and fine craftspeople to share their work. Since then the collection of work has evolved, but the variety of the work remains. All the artists are connected to the area, and much of the work involves images of the area, or materials from nature.

The artists' backgrounds are as varied as the work itself. Some have degrees in art or design, have taken classes at Oxbow, or have had training from specialized schools. Others are self taught, pursuing a passion for creativity on their own.

Visitors to the gallery saw a variety of mediums, including blown, fused, and stained glass, ceramics, fiber, ink, jewelry, paint, photography, polymer clay, and wood. The gallery was most recently home to over 30 artisans.

Several of the artisans and owners of SAC have recently opened a new artisan market in South Haven, MI call the Center Street Emporium. Located in the downtown area, a number of the artists from the old gallery have moved to the new space on Center St.

Call for artists: 
We are always interested in new artists for the gallery. If you are interested in joining our new gallery in South Haven, please visit our evolving webpage at or email us at: