Monday, October 29, 2012

It's Halloween!

Have a creepy, scary and fun Halloween!

Ahhh, perhaps you need a skeleton-themed vessel like this one by Nicole Pangas.

The Dancing Eye Gallery is your haunt for those ghostly gifts. Wooooo ...

Monday, October 22, 2012

Trick or Treat!

What are you going to be for Halloween?

Well, you'd better decide because this Saturday there will be trick or treating in the streets of downtown Northville!

To celebrate October in the 'ville there will be a parade at 1:00 and then trick or treating from 1:30-2:30. Don't miss the fun and the candy!!!

And don't miss your opportunity to stop in at the Dancing Eye Gallery and see our cool Halloween tiles and other scary stuff!

Monday, October 15, 2012

Celebrating Women in Business

October is Women's Small Business Month. The Dancing Eye Gallery, itself owned by a woman, would like to extend kudos to female artists everywhere, and especially to those represented in our store.

The dragonfly photo is just one of several shapes, sizes and colors by Sue Kowalski. They are beautiful and ...
perfect symbols of power and poise. Dragonflies also are said to stand for a sense of self realization. What perfect examples of women representing small businesses.

Dare I say it? You go girls!

Monday, October 8, 2012


Now that summer is over and you have a collection of great photos of vacation, friends and good times--or--it's time to make of list of all those projects you were going to do this fall--or--you have a new office that needs an artistic magnetic message board in that perfect spot ...
The Dancing Eye Gallery has a super collection of magnetic boards with colorful beaded hangers, in two finishes and many sizes for you!
You can attach those photos or notes with a variety of magnets in many shapes and sizes.
Don't forget that honey-do list either. Too much football being watched! Time to get to work!

Thursday, October 4, 2012

First Friday Experience-Don't Miss It!

Join us on Friday evening, Oct. 5 at 6 p.m. as we host Mrinalini Deshpande, a local artist who has been working with ceramics for over 10 years. She will displaying her ceramic jewelry and beads as well as featuring her unique bowls and other fun pieces. Mrinalini's work reflects things, places and people that touched her life and influenced her childhood in India and recent stay in Japan.

Friday is also the neighborhood skeleton unveiling!  Oohhh, scary! Music and festivities will be in the air and around the town!

Monday, October 1, 2012



Support our beloved baseball team this week as they attempt to clinch the division title. Will they do it?

Wear your orange and blue and cheer them on!