WE ARE MOVING!
Terrain’s Pop Up Shop is rebranding to From Here and we are moving into River Park Square in the heart of downtown! This means new hours being open 7 days a week making buying local even easier.
In the meantime, get a sneak peek of the changes above, and check out our amazing shop participants below and the new ones to come!
TErrain’s Pop up Shop
Jewelry · Floral Design · Housewares · Body Care · Leather Goods · Toys · Prints · Art · And more!
Located in the Steam Plant (159 S. Lincoln), Pop Up Shop is a retail storefront full of carefully chosen goods from badass local artists and makers. Brought to you by yours truly, Terrain.
EVERY. SINGLE. PURCHASE. supports keeping creativity here in Spokane.
Come in and discover what Spokane has to offer.
Wednesday-Saturday • 11AM-6PM • 509-850-0550
Kelsey makes handcrafted ceramic wares. KJ Pottery offers customers beautifully handcrafted pieces which are both functional and also easily integrate into the aesthetic lives of her customers and homes.
Burgleteens art lab
Tired of mass-produced boring unimaginative crap? So was Burgleteens! So they decided to do something about it. Burgleteens is here to save the day with an army of designer plush, limited edition collectible gear and all sorts of snazzy art! The everyday world we live in seems to have too many Cold-Pricklies and not enough Warm-Fuzzies so Burgleteens strived to brighten things up a bit with sewing machines and paintbrushes.
Josh Jensen has always been drawn to handmade quality goods and such items have always piqued his interest for as long as he can remember. Jensen Handcrafted was born out of both desire and urgency. A desire to provide for his family and a bit of urgency to do so.
Black Sheep Paper Co.
Black Sheep Paper Co. is a line of paper goods and things, full of quirky hand-lettering, illustrations and designs. The line was created by Amanda Johnson and Brittany Stodgell while sipping copious cups of coffee and sharing an unfathomable amount of laughs. Brittany and Amanda strongly believe in the art of making others happy and sharing life's moment through a personal handwritten note, card, or gift. The love to help others spread joy and laughter.
Raising the Bar
Renee Cebula is a cocktail historian. Yup, that's a thing. A researcher and educator by training, Renee began the arduous and tasty task of searching for the stories of cocktail and drinking culture. Along the way she collects recipes, techniques, and badass barware. Raising the Bar, can be found at events around the northwest and online. She writes and teaches about the drinking stories that connect us to an enduring tradition.
Megan Kato is a mom of 1 1/2 year old twin girls and started working as a seamstress for Willowee's original owner, so that she could work from home as a new mom. When the owner asked to buy Willowee she knew she couldn't pass up the opportunity to use her apparel design degree. She continues to hand-make every product herself and is striving for Willowee to be 100% organic and eco conscious.
Sailor Girl Soaps and Supplies
Sailor Girl Soap & Supplies's Lori SiJohn (Cayuse/Umatilla Tribal Member) has been formulating handmade, natural, bath & body products since 2014. The name "Sailor Girl" is a nickname Lori received from her late husband, Cliff SiJohn (Vietnam Veteran), for her service in the United States Navy from 1981-88. Now she manufactures all of her products in her garage turned "lab" and has since expanded her line to body balms, face serum, body lotion, facial cleansing bars and more. All made with the finest, natural, organic, & fair trade ingredients.
Inland Candle Company
All natural soy wax candles designed by and for individuals who see the value in living a life filled with quality, intention, and simplicity. Husband and wife team, Ransom and Sarah Storm, strive to accurately capture the scents that awaken the wilderness nostalgia within you.
Created by silversmith and designer Tara Stone, ISHI polymer clay jewels are made by hand, by Tara, in small batches with patterns and designs sometimes to never be repeated. Her love of art and illustration blends into her love of jewelry making & design. ISHI is an alternative to mass produced and trend driven fast fashion.
Build beautiful leather goods. Preserve the artisan tradition. Inspire creativity. That’s the mission of Colladay Leather, a Spokane-based artisan leather company owned by husband and wife team, Jeremiah & Erin Colladay.
STAGGS & STAGGS
Staggs & Staggs is a husband and wife duo (with the occasional assistance from our 5 year old). Eric, a full time firefighter and part time boat builder, and Alycia, our in-house design goddess and the proprietor of Lexi Lou Jewels. With a focus on local and American made, we work very hard to identify products domestically sourced. As often as possible, we also like to locate post-consumer, salvaged, or found items for our projects.
Ginger Stone Jewelry
Jewelry created with quality and originality. Hannah is a high school junior with a passion for art and design. She started Ginger Stone Jewelry in 2016 and it has grown so much more than she could have imagined in the past two years. Hannah donates 20% of proceeds to a nonprofit cause.
Carly Feddersen belongs to the Okanagan and Arrow Lakes bands of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. Humor and irony are important elements in her work which is strongly influenced by traditional stories of the Columbia Plateau and pop culture. Carly received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Spring 2016 with a concentration in jewelry. She also works in print, glass, and fibers.
Spokane Doesn't Suck
D.O. is a human, artist, Spokane-advocate, dancer, karaoke-r, HR professional, tiny business owner, laugher, and aspiring art collector who has never seen or read a Harry Potter movie or book. D.O. is also an avid Terrain volunteer and first debuted Spokane Doesn't Suck at a Terrain event. You will now find SDS on shirts, coffee mugs and on a collaborative mug with KJ Pottery.
Kimber Follevaag Fiber Arts
Kimber is a fiber artist. The itch to stich started with her dear mother who was an incredible seamstress. Kimber doesn't sew clothes like she did, she reinvents everything and anything pertaining to fibers. She looks at the familiar and thinks, "how can I change that?" she often wonders why she creates, it is not easy, she feels vulnerable doing it and yet she can hardly wait to do it again.
Darcy Lee Saxton Art/ LeViv Creations
With a strong connection to color, line, and movement, Darcy Lee Saxton enjoys creating art intuitively. She also paints with the help of her young children, Levi and Vivian. This has resulted in LeViv Creations— a collection of art and handmade goods inspired by kids, collaboration, and art play.
Jen has been making enamel pins since 2017 and is an avid collector. She loves the idea of making and sharing unique art pieces that can easily be shared and displayed. Her art is inspired by plants and animals from the Pacific and Inland Northwest.
Cassie Byington Art
Cassie is a block printing artist inspired by midcentury and Scandinavian design. Her designs are modern and clean with a touch of playfulness. In addition to prints, clothing, and bags, Cassie also makes hand carved stamps for unique DIY projects.
This isn’t your grandma’s embroidery, even though that’s how she first learned the skill of stitching. Mikaela stitches mid century scenes and decor, southwestern inspired scenes, florals, and does custom denim design.
Wandering Lemurian Herbs
Wandering Lemurian Herbs is a one woman apothecary founded by Haseya Solunar. Wandering Lemurian Herbs was created with the purpose of Earth connection and simplicity in mind; as a way to connect us to our roots, to the wisdom of our ancestors. Haseya creates wild harvested and sustainably sourced herbal medicine, as well as classes on foraging, plant identification, and wild edible cooking classes.
Kani is a labor of love from Stephanie Guerra. She was inspired to create a vegan cruelty-free beauty movement that celebrates real girls, in real life. Kani creates awesome products that are safe, non-toxic, organic and highly effective for effortlessly gorgeous skin.
Sage & Moss
Annicia is a licensed massage therapist and self-taught macrame artist living in Spokane with her husband and two fur-babies. She's inspired by nature and bohemian decor and uses her hands to interpret different symbols, patterns and shapes. Annicia shares her passion through her workshops on how to weave macrame and how to create beautiful terraniums. Watch for classes by Annicia at the Pop Up Shop.
Sarah Smiles Creations
Sarah Edwards decided to call her business Sarah Smiles Creations because they truly make her smile. Creating has always been a love of hers. Her first inspiration to create works of art in nature came from the land artist Andy Goldsworthy. Through this art form she developed a deeper connection and appreciation for the natural world surrounding me.
2232 Handmade Ceramics
Brooke Martinez is a creative type who just likes to make things. She has a passion for ceramics and wants to share her work with everyone. She creates hand thrown pieces in my home studio in the Pacific Northwest where each piece is fired to 2232°. My mission is to create quality everyday items for the home that are inspiring and functional.
The PNW Dream
The PNW Dream is always trying to tell a story that connects style with nature and adventure. Corinna & Desiree believe in local, quality goods, and they work hard to source and manufacture their product in ways that are kind to our wonderful planet. They strive to bring beautiful, handmade products to you, with unique designs and functional, adventure-worthy styles. Being PNW inspired, the mountains, the woods and the sea are what feed their souls and inspire their hearts to keep creating.
Whitney’s works are an ongoing development of ironic, playful, and autobiographical narratives incorporated into ceramics, mixed media and digital works. Buttered, burnt and galaxy toast has been an important icon in her works.
Toby Keough of Honeysuckle Design makes one of a kind furniture that creates a functional art piece for any living space. She mixes vintage and new fabrics along with various textiles for a new perspective on interior design. Her pieces are unconventional, yet inspired. The cohesiveness of Toby’s work brings each piece to a place of originality and purpose.
Vanessa is an artist, illustrator and designer that has worked on a wide range of creative projects throughout her hometown of Spokane. Exploring a variety of mediums in her artwork such as paint, paper, and pen and ink, Vanessa creates fine art prints inspired by the natural and botanical world of her Northwest home.
Emma Noyes (Sinixt band of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation) is an artist, researcher, and educator living and working in Spokane, WA. Emma has continued the story telling traditions of her family by finding new ways to depict characters of chaptix'/coyote stories with an emphasis on coyote’s wife, mole woman. Drawing inspiration from both sides of her family, she incorporates her appreciation for scandinavian art and design as a nod to her danish heritage. She illustrates with brush and ink.
Revival Tea Company
Revival Tea Company's mission is to create a fresh crafted tea that is just as bold as those who drink it. They carefully select only the finest ingredients, including our locally sourced honey to make a blend of spices that is not only 100% natural but bold and flavorful. They believe tea should be held to a higher standard. Say goodbye to bland tea you've become accustomed to and say hello to your new favorite cup of tea.
Lily Booth Embriodery
Lily Booth is an embroidery artist who started sewing at seven years old and has been an avid crafter her whole life. Living up to her namesake, Lily finds inspiration in flowers and the natural beauty of the outdoors. She makes embroidered necklaces, clothing and wall art, and enjoys working with clients to come up with custom embroidered creations.
Knightlights, created by Tara Knight, began with a passion: to craft clean burning, renewably sourced soy wax candles and to house them in hand crafted vessels with a local backstory. Today Knightlights is proud to collaborate with other local artisans such as KJ Pottery, 2232 Ceramics and InBloom Spokane to present their small batch soy candles and soy wax melts.
Bear & the Adelaide
Jessie is a self-taught Goldsmith who specializes in fabricating gold and silver jewelry. She focuses tediously on refining her production and working on a small-scale level. Her mission as handmade artist is to bring back the appreciation for real manual labor and the products that come from it. Her jewelry is described to have a vintage + antique aesthetic while pulling in elements from modern design. Jessie has been a full-time jeweler since 2013.
Extraordinary: beyond what is usual, ordinary, regular, or established.
Abstract art gives people the freedom to explore their own meaning to each piece. smallredheart is a collection of original abstract art displayed on wood, canvas and illustration boards. Embracing her deep conviction to make the ordinary, extraordinary; Brittney Avila is creating abstract artwork as the artist behind smallredheart.
Autumn Bunton is a local ceramic artist and co-founder of the Urban Art Coop; who enjoys creating items for your home that are both unique, and functional, pieces of art. Her work is heavily influenced by mid century and vintage design. She is always dreaming up new ideas and hopes to create an item that you will treasure for years to come.
Nucleus Fine Art & Jewelry
Melanie Lieb creates wearable art that is industrial yet playful. A unique combination of painting and copper enamel. While her fine art harmonizes the nuances between childhood nostalgia with more mature themes. At times ponderous yet always transformative, Melanie knows how to speak to your soul.
Trisha Watson Organics
Trisha Watson Organics can attest to the severity of the battle with troubled skin, both on the outside and, more intensely, from within. It was on her small family farm that Trisha found passion in becoming a return-to-earth beauty entrepreneur, establishing an authentic, conscience skincare line crafted using quality ingredients, responsibly sourced from organic farms. This skincare contains high content organic makings that are superior in performance, effective, good for the customer and good for our Earth. Trisha Watson Organics is paraben free, phthalate free, gluten free and of course cruelty free.