Selo/Shevel Gallery

Selo/Shevel Gallery was established in 1982, making this past October our 30th anniversary in business. It has been named consistently as one of the top 100 craft retailers in the United States by Niche Magazine, and in 2001 was recognized as one of the top 10 galleries. The gallery was created by Elaine Selo and Cynthia Shevel as an outgrowth of their original store in the heart of the University of Michigan campus – Middle Earth. That store, an Ann Arbor icon, has been in operation since 1967, celebrating its 45th anniversary this year, and continues to be a favorite shopping spot for students, alumni, and local residents as well. Its motto, Harming only the humorless since 1967, says it all. The gallery is right in the heart of downtown Ann Arbor in an exciting area filled with great restaurants, jazz clubs, small shops, boutiques and other galleries. Throughout the years, Selo/Shevel Gallery has been known for its extensive collection of fine American crafts and imported folk art from around the world. Nationally and internationally recognized artists are represented at our gallery in a variety of media, including ceramics, glass, wood, jewelry, mobiles, furniture, Judaica, textiles and wearables. Selo/Shevel Gallery is also known for its collection of rare and interesting objects collected by Elaine and Cynthia during their extensive travels throughout Asia and Central America. Indigenous art from Africa and New Guinea is also highlighted.

Place Categories: Art GalleryPlace Tags: fiber, jewelry and woodworking

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