Our window displays honor the brave men and women who have served in the Armed Forces for the United States. The custom framed pieces showcase war memorabilia from Main Street Art family members, including Natalia's Grandfather, Sue's husband and Jennifer's "Grandpap." (If you have a vet that you'd like to honor, please consult with us to design a custom frame featuring their photos, medals and memorabilia.)
The displays also feature intriguing canvas prints of war horses and WWII submarines by Leah Kucharek; a birch tree oil painting by Barb Weisenburg; a pen and ink of a tree by Sue Gilbert; block prints of Milford and the Mackinac Bridge by Natalia Wohletz, ceramic "paper" airplanes by Frank Fisher; decorative tiles by Motawi and a glass swan by Epiphany Glass. Inside the gallery you'll find more art, plus jewelry by Mend on the Move and candles by June Apothecary.
For each piece sold from these displays in May and June, Main Street Art will make a donation to the Warbirds of Glory Museum in New Hudson, Mich., to rebuild a piece of history (B-25 airplane) and to educate youth on airplane mechanics. The nonprofit's goal is to create a memoir of our country’s past to inform and inspire future generations