Discover Treasures at The Little Beach Gallery
The Friday Patch Passport shows you where you can find trinkets in your town. Get out and explore the unique local shops and all they have to offer.
No journey is complete without scouring the local stores for unique trinkets or picking up a gift or two for friends and family back home.
Today, get out and explore the unique local stores and all they have to offer. See what treasures you can discover.
The Little Beach Gallery is in its third summer. It's a beach-inspired gallery that hosts more than 40 local artists. The gallery features an array of original artwork and one-of-a-kind handmade gifts including glass, wood, silk, raku tiles, ceramics, jewelry, shell creations, paintings, and photography.
The Little Beach Gallery has affordable, but also high-end original artwork locally produced.
Here is a sampling of some cute gifts to pick up when you need a little something special for someone special.
- Handmade Soap made locally on 6A in Barnstable.
- Jobi Pottery A company that was started in 1953 by original owners Joe Colliano and Bill Hastings (“Jo-bi”). Today, owner/designer Susan Kurtzman still uses the original mid-century casting molds to create Jobi Pottery in their Truro studio.
- Hand-painted maps and signs made by Barnstable artist, Meaghann Kenney. Customized work available.
- The Cape Cod Angel by Cathy Clare. Made with local scallop shells from Squaw Island and Craigville Beach. Recycled materials and salvaged wood make up the angel body and frame.
- Handmade Soy Candles made in Sandwich, Ma.
- Bay Scallop Night Lights, Napkin Rings and Wreaths made by commercial fisherman Nick Nickerson of Chatham Coastal Creations.
- Ocean inspired pottery line from Pax Hill Pottery in Falmouth.
- Local Shell filled hanging Mason Jar Candles.