Cazenovia Artisans

39 Albany St
Cazenovia NY 13035

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Opening Hours

  • Mon: 10am-6pm
  • Tue: 10am-6pm
  • Wed: 10am-6pm
  • Thu: 10am-6pm
  • Fri: 10am-6pm
  • Sat: 10am-6pm
  • Sun: 10am-4pm


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Members of Cazenovia Artisans own, operate and staff their gallery, ensuring that every time you visit you will meet one or more of the artists, each knowledgeable about the work represented there. Cazenovia Artisans is open every day of the week, and accepts Visa, Mastercard, and Discover cards. Visit Cazenovia The historic village of Cazenovia was founded in 1793 by John Lincklaen, who fell in love with the pristine lake and lush hills that surround it. Today, it is home to myriad historic sites, unique shops, fine restaurants, and five-star accommodations, as well as an established college, and a bustling arts community. The Arts in Cazenovia With several fine galleries, a respected contemporary sculpture and nature park, a variety of art and cultural celebrations, and vistas to inspire creativity in anyone, Cazenovia is the art lover's ideal destination: for a day, for a weekend, or for an extended get-a-way. To plan your visit, find more information at the following websites: Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce, with information about the Village and surrounding town, including listings for its arts organizations. The Route 20 Association, which promotes the historic and scenic Route 20 byway. You price each item. You are responsible for keeping inventory of each item in the shop. Each artist's price tag includes a seller's code that enables the treasurer to pay you for each item sold. 7. Who runs the Cooperative? The members run it. There is an elected board of managers that determines the agenda for the monthly meetings. Each full member is allowed to vote. We look for original, well made arts and crafts. We also look for someone who can work well with the cooperative members, has the ability to sell others' work, has initiative and will bring both personal and professional skills to the shop. We have no hard fast rule about space. We try to be fair and respectful in regard to space. We also work closely with the merchandising committee when making decisions on how best to display the work. The Cooperative has some displays for general use, and all artisan supplied displays will be approved by the merchandising committee.