Archipelago

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Archipelago
Archipelago is listed in the Gift Shops category in Cold Spring, New York. Displayed below is the only current social network for Archipelago which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Archipelago on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 72.

Contact information for Archipelago is:
119 Main St
Cold Spring, NY 10516
(845) 265-3992

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Archipelago has an overall ZapScore of 72. This means that Archipelago has a higher ZapScore than 72% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Cold Spring, New York is 35 and in the category is 37. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Joseph McBrine is in the Gallery! Stunning whales and other sea creatures, including the narwal, compliment the collage pieces of Lani Havens.

Join our amazing team! Archipelago is looking for a part-time, year-round Sales Associate to help provide outstanding customer service to shoppers in a unique made-in-Maine shop and gallery setting. The position is based in Rockland. Learn more at islandinstitute.org/jobs
Archipelago, the Island Institute’s retail store, seeks reliable, personable candidates for a part-time, year-round hourly (20-30 hours/week) sales position.

Archipelago added an event.
After a month of renovations, Archipelago will officially unveil a newly redesigned space that features a modern, open concept, new artists, and new products. The store will host a grand re-opening celebration during Rockland's First Friday Art Walk on Friday, June 2nd from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The public is invited to stop in to enjoy some light refreshments and see the new look. Highlighted artists for June include tempera painter Amy Peters Wood and oil painter Andrea Peters, as well as a wide array of Maine artists whose work runs the gamut from pastels, oils and watercolors to glass, hand-carved wooden whales, and laser cut birch. In her unique paintings, Amy Peters Wood uses egg tempera paint made from her own hens to knit together intersecting perspectives and juxtapositions, near and far, above and below, before and after, imagined and real, that ultimately consolidate to form a single image. Andrea Peters, a keen observer of the landscape around her, paints the views surrounding her home in each season: her flower gardens, the shore’s edge, and her beloved spruce trees. Other artists whose work will be featured throughout the month include: Benoit's Design Co. (laser cut birch), Nina Devenney (watercolor and pencil), Karen Gola (Gola glass), Lani- David Havens (collage), Downeast Woodcarver - Joe McBrine (carved wooden whales), Heléna Melone (paintings on silk), Kathleen Perelka (pastels), and Kimberly Skillin Traina (pastels). And more! In addition, throughout the summer, while supplies last, Archipelago will feature a special, limited edition 25th anniversary throw from Swan’s Island Company. The Island Collection 25th anniversary edition throws are handwoven with fleeces from Vinalhaven’s Long Cove Farm, and Swan’s Island Company is donating 10 percent of proceeds from the sale of each throw to the Island Institute to support Maine’s island and coastal communities.
After a month of renovations, Archipelago will officially unveil a newly redesigned space that features a modern, open concept, new artists, and new products. The store will host a grand re-opening celebration during Rockland's First Friday Art Walk on Friday, June 2nd from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The public is invited to stop in to enjoy some light refreshments and see the new look. Highlighted artists for June include tempera painter @[1303348145:2048:Amy Peters Wood] and oil painter @[1538170031:2048:Andrea Peters], as well as a wide array of Maine artists whose work runs the gamut from pastels, oils and watercolors to glass, hand-carved wooden whales, and laser cut birch. In her unique paintings, Amy Peters Wood uses egg tempera paint made from her own hens to knit together intersecting perspectives and juxtapositions, near and far, above and below, before and after, imagined and real, that ultimately consolidate to form a single image. Andrea Peters, a keen observer of the landscape around her, paints the views surrounding her home in each season: her flower gardens, the shore’s edge, and her beloved spruce trees. Other artists whose work will be featured throughout the month include: Benoit's Design Co. (laser cut birch), @[15002443:2048:Nina Devenney] (watercolor and pencil), Karen Gola (Gola glass), @[100000697620134:2048:Lani- David Havens] (collage), @[115382808498649:274:Downeast Woodcarver - Joe McBrine] (carved wooden whales), @[575792852:2048:Heléna Melone] (paintings on silk), Kathleen Perelka (pastels), and @[100004467733466:2048:Kimberly Skillin Traina] (pastels). And more! In addition, throughout the summer, while supplies last, Archipelago will feature a special, limited edition 25th anniversary throw from Swan’s Island Company. The Island Collection 25th anniversary edition throws are handwoven with fleeces from Vinalhaven’s Long Cove Farm, and Swan’s Island Company is donating 10 percent of proceeds from the sale of each throw to the Island Institute to support Maine’s island and coastal communities.
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Here's the "street view" of Kaitlyn Duggan's new pottery in the window. Love this Islesford potter's work!