Gallery

Silver Willow Gallery carries handmade work created exclusively by Maine artisans. We offer specialty pieces and one-of-a-kind artwork, including:

JewelryHandbagsPhotography
PotteryPaintingsRugs
GlassworkChocolatesGourds
WoodworkCardsSea salt
SoapsWeavingKnitting and felting
CandlesQuiltingBooks and journals

Gallery Hours

Our gallery is open Wednesday through Friday from 11am to 5pm and Saturdays from 10am to 3pm (closed Sunday-Tuesday). Please call ahead (207-223-1075) in inclement weather. We will be closed the first week in January 2012.

Location

We are located at 115 Main Street (Route 1A), approximately 11 miles south of the I395 overpass between Bangor and Hampden. Our cheery new space – formerly Molly’s – features beautiful wood floors, brick walls, and plenty of room to host bead parties and classes!

Online Catalog

To access our online catalog, click on the catalog link in our menu at left, after which you may filter by style, artist, or method of construction if desired. Then click on an image to view an item in more detail, retrieve additional photos, and/or access the order button. Click here for information on measuring your wrist and determining your bracelet size.

To view your shopping cart from anywhere on our website, click on the link for your cart located in the menu at left. Please contact us if you have any questions!


About Us

We are an artisan run gallery located at 115 Main Street in Winterport, ME. Our gallery provides a place for Maine artisans to sell their work, supports local businesses through cross marketing, and offers training, encouragement, and financial assistance to aspiring jewelry makers in our community.

Our Artisans

The process of creating art has been an integral part of daily existence for my entire life. With a compulsion to constantly create, clay has been a natural avenue to release my aesthetic energy. Each piece of work must be a unique endeavor, for art in my mind, is infinite.

Gallery News

We are running a raffle to raise funds for the Winterport Fuel Fund, drawing to be held January 31. This fund, administered by the town government, helps low-income residents with the cost of heating. Tickets are $2 each, or 3 for $5