When you need a gift for someone special or maybe just some good old-fashioned shopping therapy for yourself, the Dotson Cabin gift shop is for you. Stocked with beautiful art and lovely goods created by local and Colorado makers and artists. The new gift shop carries art, pottery, jewelry, soaps, candles, jams and preserves, cards, journals, charcuterie boards, bird houses, kitchen accessories, and more!
Currently, only cash and checks are accepted for payment.
See below some of the artist vendors who currently have items for sale in the gift shop.
If you are an artist or maker who would like to have your work included in the Dotson Cabin gift shop, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a couple photos of your work and a link to any social media. The artist and cabin share in the sale proceeds.
All Good Things Coffee Roasters, located in Florence, CO, focuses on sustainable coffee sources and sells a variety of coffee beans. They also have a coffee shop in Florence.
Formulary 55, located in Southern Colorado, are makers of modern botanicals for bath, body, and home. All products are certified cruelty-free and 100% vegan.
Priscilla's art is inspired by the imagery of the southwest. Her vivid mixed media work is a mix of impressionism, abstract, collage, and tile art.
TKRBurl makes Colorado natural wood jewelry from downed or dead trees. The jewelry products are bold, timeless and stunning wearable works of art.
"Hands tell stories, just like the eyes do, or the lines in a face. And there's something about hands that touches everybody, reaches everyone. They touch people in a place that doesn't get accessed very often. My works are an attempt at memorializing working hands, common hands, overlooked hands - in a lasting, and I hope in a moving image."
Sumi's work includes brightly-colored functional pottery, burnished and pit-fired vessels, and ceramic sculpture. Her book "In the Potter's Kitchen" is about making pottery for cooking, preparing, and serving food, combining her two passions of cooking and pottery.
My work in pastels and mixed media reflects a love of the natural world, particularly the change of light that comes with the various seasons, weather and different times of day. I hope that my interpretations of these scenes bring viewers a greater sense of their own connectedness to nature.