Vendor Guide for Bazaar-on-Hudson #vendor #love

Bazaar-On-Hudson is a thoughtfully curated indoor flea market brought to you by two local Cold Spring, New York brick and mortar businesses. Both proprietors (Cold Spring Coffee Pantry & The Living Room) are New York City ex-pats who are part of the great Northern migration to the mid-Hudson Valley.  Together, they will continue to help promote economic revitalization and endeavor to present some of the finest local artisan goods from the Hudson Valley & New York City.

Here is a helpful vendor guide for Bazaar-on-Hudson. If you’ve got questions about when your picks will be at the market, join the Bazaar-on-Hudson Facebook event page and post any questions you have about vendors and start times for the market! We’re so excited! Every Sunday through July 27th, Cold Spring Coffee Pantry will be selling pour-over coffee and Ella’s Bellas of Beacon will be selling their delicious baked treats.

Vendors: GRAIN, Rebecca Peacock Jewelry

Art & Gift (Photography, Letter Press, Prints):

Wishbone Letter Press – Stationery & Printmaking

Cynla – Stationery & Prints

Dana Anders - Felt Notebooks, Picture Frames and Goods

Blackbird and Peacock – Notebooks & Screen-printed Wearables

Jaci Berkopec Photography – Framed Prints

Anna Bergin – Oil on Canvas Prints 

Julie Tooth – Paintings


Rex Hill Furniture – Contemporary Furniture

Grain – Woodworking & Lighting

Clothes- Vintage and One-of-a-kind:

Pima Doll – Cotton Tees and Hand Knits

Sisters Dell – Vintage Clothes

The Frock Swap – Vintage Clothes

Gwenno James Designs – Hand Printed Fashion

The Bedford Life – Handmade Kitchen & Baby Accessories

Huzzah – Hand Knits, Felt Accessories & Home Decor 

Reservoir and Wood- One-of-a-kind Clothes

Mine Is Yours – Apparel & Totes 

Vendors: Gwenno James Designs, New Prospect Pottery

Handbags and Messenger Bags:

Erin Dana – Luxury bags of all sizes

Lock and Key Leathers – One-of-a-kind Leather Bags and Totes

Miss B’s Fair Trade- One-of-a-kid Handbags


Kit Burke-Smith Jewelry – Wearable Art and Jewelry

Pulp Sushi – Vintage Inspired Handmade Jewelry

Rebecca Peacock Jewelry – Contemporary Handmade Jewelry

Merry Alchemy Jewelry – Innocent Homemade Jewelry

Jason Yoder Studio – Handmade Jewelry

Soaps and Beauty:

Terra Flora Botanicals – Fresh Oils, Infusons, Creams, Hydrosoils

Pottery & Ceramics:

New Prospect Pottery- Pottery

East Mountain Girl- Handmade Ceramics 

Ceruleanblue – Hand-thrown Porcelain

Reclaimed Designs – Mosaics

Vendors: Fruition Chocolate, Beacon Homebrew

Foodie Folks:

Fruition Chocolate – Local Small-Batch Chocolates 

Beacon Homebrew – Home Beer Brewing Kits

We couldn’t host this amazing market without our beyond the moon amazing sponsors!







Additionally: Strolby, Beacon, &NORTH, Counter Culture, Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill, Green Door Magazine, Handsome Coffee Roasters, Early Bird Granola, Fresh Company, and Abbie Carey.


Engagment Photo Shoot Giveaway! Enter here!

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The Living Room and Foxglove Floral Design Studio are excited to help you share the love! The talented Pamela Masters will be in Cold Spring to take candid fun-loving shots of you and your love. We can’t wait to see how they come out. Enter below!   Enter for a chance to win a FREE engagement photo shoot with Pamela Masters Photography during our Drug Store Social & Flower Shop on Saturday, September 7th!



photo credits Pamela Masters

StrangeMen for the Win #DATECOLDSPRING

Last week we announced our first winner of the #DateColdSpring Promotion which encourages New Yorkers to cheat on the city and #datecoldspring. Why? Because it’s lovely and because we’re the proud owners of a prohibition era drugstore turned everything event space. We are so incredibly excited that StrangeMen and Co. Theater Company will be brainstorming at The Living Room on Main Street. Their passion for storytelling and collaboration are right up our alley and we can’t wait to introduce them to Cold Spring, NY. We caught up with Resident Playwright/Co-Artistic Director Frank Winters about how these strange folks will be utilizing The Living Room’s unique space.

1. Hey StrangeMen, We’re thrilled to meet you. Tell us about the company and who y’all are:

As a company, Strangemen & Co. seeks to be a venue for great storytelling. Our general rule of thumb is if it’s a story we believe in enough to stay up all night building sets out of wood found on the side of the road in Brooklyn (true story) or rehearsing a nine-person play inside an apartment built for two, in other words, if it’s worth our passion, it’s worth an audience’s time.

2. How do you think you’ll be using The Living Room?

We are so excited to get to play in The Living Room. Our plan is to use the rehearsal space to workshop new pieces a little bit at a time. So we can have the opportunity to take a stab, come back to the city, rewrite, iron out the big messy stabs we took up there (like the ‘ironing the stab’ metaphor, which would without question be rewritten, because as far as I know, a stab can’t be ironed. Can it? See, this is our process, it takes some time.) and then try again. Our hope is that the retreats will allow us to really just throw all of the creative spaghetti on the wall and see what sticks, like the spaghetti metaphor, which totally worked.

Do you wanna win stuff? Do it! Make sure to LIKE our Facebook Page to enter to win either the weekend pop-up or an end of summer yoga daycation in our stunning studio. Details about how to win and what you win here – it’s easy! This promotion is meant to encourage creatives and creators to take a break from the city and spend some time in Cold Spring instead.

New Hudson: Second Nature

Details from work by the four artists

Art lovers! Make your plans now to stop by The Living Room.

From October 12 through October 21, our space will be taken over by Van Brunt Projects, the current evolution of Carl Van Brunt and Suzanne Ball’s celebrated gallery up the river in Beacon. We’re thrilled to host them, and we’ve given them the run of the place. There will be art in the storefront, art in the main space, art on our gallery wall, and even a video installation in the intimate Sky Room.

And the show is going to be kick-ass—easily the highlight of the fall season in town. New Hudson: Second Nature is ostensibly a show of “local artists.” But when local includes the world-renowned Starn Brothers, Michael Zelehoski (whose mindbending wood pieces New York Magazine placed at the intersection of “highbrow” and “brilliant”), the amazingly versatile Kathy Feighery and the pioneering digital art of Carl Van Brunt himself, the word starts to mean something very different.

The opening reception will be October 12 from 6:00 to 9:00, and there’s a closing party on October 20. The catch-it-while-you-can gallery is open 12:00 to 6:00 every day in between. Come check it out! As Suzanne and Carl wrote about the show, “What is most important in this art, like what is most important in Nature, can’t be easily verbalized. You’ve got to see it, you’ve got to directly know it, it’s got to be Second Nature to you.”

FOUND: the art of Marlana Filannino

We knew Marlana from around town. We knew she was a musician, playing venues on Main Street and farther afield. We knew she was an actress, performing in musical and nonmusical theater. We did not know that, when she went home to Carmel, up the road, over the hills, she spent her time making art—collage on found objects with a strong whiff of the Byzantine. Her work reminds us of a comment our sculpture teacher once made: “There’s a naive quality to your work that I find very precious, and I think you should pamper that.” The show opens February 16 at 6:30 and runs through March 25.

Dana Wigdor: The Floating Verse

D. Wigdor, Celestial Chord, oil on canvas, 30″x30”, 2004

When our friend Larry said we had to meet Dana Wigdor and see her art, we paid attention. Larry is an artist himself (we’re trying to convince him to do a show), and also a fixture on Main Street. A tough customer. When he mentioned Dana—the landscapes she paints, the beautiful enigmas intruding, the wordless intelligence of it all—we realized we had never heard him say much of anything at all about art, certainly nothing specific about another artist. Never a rave. We had to find Dana right away. Fortunately she lives and works just up the road. In a little cottage that is a bright bubble of another world edging improbably into ours. Like the aspect of her work people seem to notice first. She calls them “widgets,” and, make of them what you will (wetware prosthetics? hybrid alien biologies? satirical doodles? cold prophecy?), we are proud that they will be calling the living room home for a while. Whole gently mechanical ecosystems of them. In oil, ink, and chalk.

The show, Dana Wigdor: The Floating Verse, opens tomorrow, Friday November 4 (reception at 6:00), and will be on view in our gallery through December. Hours: 12:00 to 6:00 daily (closed Tuesday and Wednesday).