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Artist Debbie Eloi works with stones and silver. Recovering from an illness, she began making prayer beads from every faith and religion. Here, a rosary of rudraksha beads, tiger eye and pearls.
Above, Merced Maldonado’s hand-carved Yaqui rose pendant and beaded necklace, and Tim DeVore’s abalone pendants wrapped in sterling silver.
This is Susan Bernstein’s Heartfelt Gift Collection, now on display at The Millet House. The collection includes handmade porcelain pendants, earrings, masks, wall pockets, and buttons.
Tara finds her subjects on long hikes through the Sonoran desert, her native environment.
The Millet House is a place for art, books and community. Above, a few of our favorite things including Abel Ochoa’s staff featuring a hawk talon at the top. Betty Maldonado created the gourd dreamcatcher. You are invited to visit for a cup of tea and a tour! Email us for times we are open: email@example.com
The City of Mesa, Arizona, and the folks behind the local light rail system are supportive of the plan to grant Historical Status to The Millet House.
Steps to accomplishing Historical Status for Millet House by New Years Eve 2014 include:
- Gain signatures of support from property owners
- Collect waivers from property owners
- Complete City of Mesa process paperwork
- Present to Mesa City Council for approval