GOOD Market is a pop-up shop featuring one of a kind goods from Portland State University Art+Design students.

They are set-up in the Gallery for the holidays from December 2nd through the 4th with art, prints, cards, zines, posters, jewelry, stickers, buttons, leather goods and much more available for sale.

For more information about the PSU Art+Design program, check us out at PSU.GD

We’re proud to support young, local artists, for many of whom this will be their first retail experience.

The Weekend of December 10th and 11th, 2016

Land is thrilled to be back at Crafty Wonderland, supporting this great event featuring 250+ artists selling handmade goods.

The first 150 shoppers each day to Crafty Wonderland get a free exclusive Nikki McClure Crafty Wonderland tote.

We are thrilled to be bringing two of our favorite artist-authors to the event for book and print signings. Get your copy of two great children’s books inscribed by the author.

nikki-color-lso-1024x1018.jpgSaturday, December 10th Noon – 2pm

Paper-cut artist and author Nikki McClure signs her latest book Waiting for High Tide, as well as her 2017 Calendar and art prints.

whitedotdressSunday,  December 11th Noon – 2pm

New York Times Bestseller Emily Winfield Martin will be signing her new book The Littlest Family’s Big Day.

Nikki-McClure-389A0304_1.jpgFamed Northwest paper-cut artist Nikki McClure returns to Land on Saturday, November 19th for a special art opening and artists presentation.

Nikki will be exhibiting original paper-cuts from her 2017 wall calendar Thrive, her book Waiting for High Tide and a special collection of wall sconces she created with her husband Jay T Scott.

Nikki will be reading from her latest book, talking about her process, sharing stories, answering questions as well as singing books and calendars at 6pm on Saturday, November 19th.

We’re really excited to host Nikki for this free, one-of-a-kind event and talk that’s perfect for the whole family.

Melissa and JW are bring a great new line of prints, each with an edition of 20. About half of the prints are on a fancy gold mirror foil paper and look stunning. Hand-pulled and carefully designed, they are a fantastic treat. They will also be bringing a wood floor piece and a few laser cut black acrylic pieces as well.

Join us Friday, October 14th at 7pm for the opening reception, with free beer from our friends at Fort George Brewery in Astoria (featuring cans the Little Friends designed).

The show runs through November 13, 2016.


land-toyko.jpgLast year we hosted the fabulous folks from Tegamisha in the gallery for a fun, two-week pop-up.

This year, they are returning the favor by hosting us in their shop in Tokyo!

We will be there October 4 – 16, 2016.

Tegamisha, which means “Letter Company” in English, was launched by Isao Kitajima and Yoko Watanabe. They run a stationary/handmade craft shop, a bookshop and café as well as organize craft markets.

We will be featuring and highlighting work from our incredible staple of Northwest artists, including Emily Winfield Martin and Nikki McClure.

So, if you’ve got friends in Japan, let ’em know we are bringing a little Portland to them!


flora-maya-hanisch-2-birds-birds-no-2-original-MAIN-57c4dc4283d8f-1500.jpgWe’ve posted all of the original artwork from our current show on our sister site Many pieces are still available.

Flora gathers artwork by women working in analog media such as graphite, wood, and fabric. By emphasizing works in tactile media, each artist departs from the digital work commonly exhibited by contemporary illustrators bringing texture and intimacy to each original work.

View and Purchase Original Art »

book1.jpgWe’re trilled to be hosting Andie Powers and Emily Gross for a signing of their new book Print, Paint & Ink.

They’ll also be doing some in-person carving of linoleum block stamps.

This special event runs Saturday, September 3rd from 1-3pm.

There will be light snacks.

The 21 projects in Print, Paint & Ink are perfect for anyone interested in learning to make their own stamps, prints, and painted goods (even some embroidery and book binding!).