Amaranthine Museum • 2010 Clipper Park Rd.

410.523.2574 | |

A labyrinthine tour through the minds of artists through the ages by Les Harris.

Ash Street Studios 3687 • Ash St.

314.792.2935 | |

Offering 14 semi-private visual arts studios to emerging artists, as well as a woodshop and community library.

Bazaar • 3534 Chestnut Ave.

410-844-3015 | |

Strange antiques and oddities, including taxidermy specimens, anatomical charts and models, air plants, skulls, antique medical equipment, and other weird treasures!

Charlotte Elliott and The Book Store Next Door • 835 & 837 W. 36th St.

410.243.0990 | |

Award-winning vintage clothes, furniture, fine arts, artifacts and antiques. Books: previously read (used), rare, first edition and blank journals. Baltimore’s Best Used Book Store, 2015 (City Paper)

Denny Lynch Photography

410.243.4760 |

World traveler specializing in photographs of—and lectures about—Europe and beyond.

Fleckenstein Gallery & Archival Framing • 3316 Keswick Rd.

410.366.3669 | |

Art gallery featuring paintings, prints and mixed media by regional artists and artful gift items. We frame posters and Picassos, and everything in between.

Hampden Junque • 1006 W. 36th St.

410.889.6453 | |

Tiny kitschy shop full of collectibles and oddities: funny, campy, serious, religious, 1930s through ’80s, and Old Baltimore (like Natty Boh). Dynamic window displays.

Have Fun Be Lucky • 820 W. 36th St.

410.235.5930 | |

Fine tattooing in a safe, sterile environment as well as our own line of custom apparel and fine art.

Heartwares by Art with a Heart • 623 W. 34th St.

410.366.2054 | |

Hand-made and one of a kind jewelry, artwork pieces, house ware items, ornaments, and assorted gifts. Merchandise created by Art with a Heart program participants and volunteers.

In Watermelon Sugar • 3555 Chestnut Ave.

410.662.9090 |

Eclectic mix of furniture and accessories for your home, bath and body.

Make Studio • 3326 Keswick Rd, Front

443.627.3502 | |

A community art organization offering a studio program for artists with disabilities, and inclusive arts activities for all. Our gallery is open to the public.

MUD and METAL • 1121 W. 36th St.

410.467.8698 | |

A creative collection of American art and crafts, specializing in ceramics, metalwork, and jewelry. The Gallery Above showcases fine art shows, yoga classes, and workshops.

Paradiso • 1015 W. 36th St.

410.243.1317 | |

Antique to Mid-century Modern home furnishings. An outstanding destination for exceptional furniture, lighting, contemporary jewelry, fine craft, outsider art, gifts! Representing local, national and international artists and designers.

Razzo • 911 W. 36th St.

410.948.6062 | |

Baltimore’s only custom painted screen shop since 2003. Unique art and gift items including painted crab shells and wall plaques. Custom art work is our specialty.

Stay Humble • 801 W. 36th St.

410.596.1238 | |

An art gallery and private tattoo studio.

Sturgis Antiques/Milk & Ice • 833 W. 36th St.

410.889.1009 | |

A unique blend of 1700s to mid-century artifacts, oddities and rarities paired with a large collection of vintage clothing, accessories and home goods.

Sweetbriar Vapors • 3605 Chestnut Ave.

443-438-3759 | |

Boutique vapor shop specializing in authentically manufactured vaping hardware and artisan e-juices plus locally handcrafted clothing, art, and gifts.

The Potters Guild of Baltimore • 3600 Clipper Mill Rd.

410.235.4884 | |

A cooperative clay center dedicated to increasing awareness and appreciation of ceramic arts. We offer juried membership, a sales gallery, shared studio space and classes.

Trohv • 921 W. 36th St.

410.366.3456 | |

An inventive, independently owned shop featuring new and vintage home goods and gifts.

Whollyterra • 3406 Chestnut Ave.

410.446.1093 | |

Combining organic principles and modern design with glass and metal, Steve Baker creates functional and beautiful art in the WhollyTerra studio on Chestnut Avenue.

Wild Yam Pottery • 863 W. 36th St.

410.662.1123 | |

Handmade stoneware and porcelain pottery for the home and garden, created by local potters. Custom orders welcome; bridal registry available.