Holiday shop at Heights Arts opens Nov. 5

Hometown (print), by Maggie Denk-Leigh.

Heights Arts will open its annual Holiday Store on Friday, Nov. 5.

Each year, as the holiday season nears, Heights Arts expands its Lee Road shop to fill its entire gallery space. Giving a gift from Heights Arts also gives back: Every gift purchased at the local arts’ hub helps support both the artist who created it, and the nonprofit Heights Arts.

Among the artists and items featured this holiday season are lithographic prints by Maggie Denk-Leigh, fine jewelry by Emily Joyce, prints on metal by Abby Star, hand-blown glass by Mark Sudduth, creative cards by Katie Ford, cyanotype prints by Paula Zinsmeister, wheel-thrown bowls by Marty Resnick, oil paintings by J. Allon Hall, and unique ceramic sculptures by Mark Yasenchack. 

The 2021 Holiday Store runs through Dec 31. It will be open seven days a week for extended shopping hours, starting Dec. 1. 

Purchases made at Heights Arts, in the organization’s 21st year of connecting artists and the community, will add to the more than $1.3 million in commissions and music performance fees Heights Arts has provided to artists, musicians and poets in Greater Cleveland, since 2000.

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Tom Masaveg

Tom Masaveg is a public artist specializing in augmented-reality installation and graphite works on paper. He's also the programs manager at Heights Arts. Feel free to reach out via

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