Applications will be available for 2017 from July 1st to August 20th. Acceptance emails will be sent by the end of August. We are excited for another great year!
Shawn Stamper's Recycled Wood Creations came about one cold night. On a freezing night, Shawn's firewood became his artwork.
Patricia Kamper solved an issue that many of us face with sensitive skin. With all natural locally sourced ingredients, Happy Kamper has offered a reprieve from irritable skin.
"I don't live in a big city or out in nature but instead I have found most of my inspiration in common things from this small town. Hands, flowers, beatles, etc. All beautifully complicated and detailed in such a simple area."
Inspired by her children, Laura Blom has created a brand of comfortable headbands, hats and tees that even Alice Cooper’s grandkids couldn’t resist (true story). Rock on over to Deva Cafe to find Heads Up Kids at Mod Shop.
Dakota King is a 17 year old Turlock High Student with a passion for pottery. Dakota began his craft in a high school pottery class. Patience, practice and persistence has deepened his skill on the pottery wheel with the end result of beautiful unique ceramics in an array of styles. Who knew high school could be so much fun?
Nature is the inspiration behind Canyon Creative Co.’s modern designs and printable art. Savla and Katie bring back beautiful moments from their journeys and turn them into treasures for us to keep. Their attention to detail lends the perfect personal touch on their custom stationery and invitations.
Urban Lumber Jacked will join Mod Shop for the first time this November. Clifford Bailey values the delicate natural imperfections found in wood. The imperfections add to the story of how his high quality handcrafted pieces come to life.
Dana Koster and Chelsea America are the creative force behind Broad Sides. Their symbiotic relationship brings verse to art and art to verse. Broad Sides one-of-a kind artwork is captivating, cheeky and poignant. Their burgeoning pop-up shop was featured at Preservation Coffee & Tea and soon Mod Shop.
The beauty of putting together a collective of creative souls is that you get to meet the most dynamic innovative people in town. We recently had the pleasure of meeting Chelsea Foy of Lovely Indeed over steamy cups of coffee and crepes at Deva Cafe.
We had already begun following Lovely Indeed’s blog and Instagram, a virtual feast of DIY blog posts, how-to video tutorials, makeup finds, travel trips, party favor ideas, mom venting…you name it. You could spend days just looking at Chelsea’s vibrant pictures and reading about adventures of #TinyFoy and #MrLovely. We were thrilled to find out that Chelsea resides here in Modesto and we couldn’t wait to meet her.