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A Red Heads Touch

A Redhead’s Touch joined The Bohemian in March of 2022. It is owned and operated by Trevor Waggoner, a young teen artist. He was born and raised in Spokane Valley and loves all the local support from the community.

Trevor has been creative his whole life. He decided to take his business to the next level and started to sell at craft shows in 2018 when he was 14 years old. Exploring different mediums like acrylic paint, watercolor, and even digital art, he found his passion through resin. Using his love for the beach and the PNW, he creates one-of-a-kind designs. He also enjoys drawing digital art to make stickers and prints.

His work can be found in many stores throughout Spokane, and at many craft shows where he loves to connect with others.

When he is not creating, you can find Trevor attending high school and working at his part time job. He has a passion for architecture and plans to attend a university after he graduates to get an architecture degree.

Trevor is excited and honored to be a part of The Bohemian family and is looking forward to connecting with you all!

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Abode

Husband and wife duo, John and Alisha Rawley began Abode Spokane in February 2019 as an outlet to explore their interests in interior design, vintage, and refurbishing furniture. With an emphasis on one-of-a-kind home goods, the Rawley's curate décor, furniture, textiles, artwork, and more from around the Inland Northwest. Although the goods found at Abode Spokane are influenced by mid-century design, both mid-century modern and boho-chic, shoppers are sure to find unique items that fit perfect in their
own spaces, no-matter their style. New goods are restocked weekly, so there's always something new to explore at Abode Spokane. When they aren't sourcing home goods or working full-time as a Graphic Designer and Teacher, John and Alisha enjoy spending time with their dogs, fixing up their home in the Downriver Neighborhood, and exploring the latest restaurants in Spokane.

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AG Swag

Ag Swag is owned and operated by Julie Jacobsen. A 509 native Julie lives on a working cattle ranch with her husband of 25 years and their youngest son in Harrington, WA. Ag Swag was born out of a desire to bridge the gap from producer to consumer with designs that create organic conversations about Agriculture. What started as a side hustle 3 years ago has turned into a full time job as she fulfills orders from her website and writes about ranching and rural living in Eastern Washington.

When not creating fresh Swag you can find Julie experimenting with recipes for her catering company Hazels Dozen and dreaming up road trip destinations with friends and family. A good road trip to a
hidden gem is hard to beat in her book.

Julie absolutely loves The Bohemian and is thrilled to be a part of the energy and vibe check that makes this space special.

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Allgood Artistry

Being a mom is something I’ve looked forward to my whole life. So, when my son was born, staying
home and cherishing each moment with him, was of the utmost importance to me. However, I still had a deep desire to channel my creative energy.

As an avid crafter since I was a little girl, creating custom gifts for our family reunions, and DIYing party decorations for every occasion, it seemed like a no brainer to take my passion for making and turn it into my dream job. That’s when Allgood Artistry was born.

I started out by taking orders from friends and family for custom wood and canvas signs, party decorations, drinkware, you name it. I’ve since honed my craft and turned my focus towards making aesthetic glassware, shirts, and a few other items that I feel moms will especially connect with.

Three years, and a baby girl later, we have grown a small business that I’m really proud of. I’m so excited to start this new journey at The Bohemian and look forward to sharing my love for motherhood, coffee, and all good vibes with you!

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Barn & Arrow

Barn and Arrow is a new artist at the Bohemian North. It is owned and operated by Tashina Fortune. She was born in Tacoma Washington and moved to Eastern Washington when she was in middle school.

Tashina has been a treasure hunter her whole life. She has enjoyed shopping with her grandmother since she was a young girl. So, it is in her blood. Tashina began refinishing furniture when she took a painting class with a friend. Finding furniture to refinish became a passion of hers, making things beautiful once again. Her work has been featured in the Spokane Coeur d’Alene Magazine. 

When not creating beautiful pieces, you will find her with her husband of twenty years, Gregory, her three daughters, and her dog, Cooper.

Tashina has had her small business for three years and counting. She is excited about the opportunity to be a part of The Bohemian North family. She loves meeting new people and seeing old friends!

    Caili Hartman

    Caili Hartman is a landscape, commercial and portrait photographer, born and raised in Spokane, WA.
    She first started photography when her children were young, to document their childhood. What started as a hobby soon became a passion for capturing beauty wherever she could find it.

    As a local, she is fortunate for her roots, growing up with parents that instilled a deep appreciation for nature and our beautiful four seasons. Her work consists mainly of scenic photography that seeks to illuminate the many special places that make up the Pacific Northwest. She also hopes to inspire others to reconnect with nature and enjoy the many benefits of the outdoors, as well as partake in efforts to conserve and protect wild places for future generations.

    She is the proud mother of 2 teen daughters, Sailar and Laena and 1 dog daughter, Teiko. As her children grow older, she is taking on more travel opportunities, and is very excited to grow and share this journey with others.

    Caili is extremely grateful to be a part of the Bohemian family and looks forward to connecting with many of you! To follow along, connect with her on Instagram & Facebook.

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    Carol Reynolds

    Hi! My name is Carol Reynolds. Caroline in my “art world”! I am a love watercolor painting and use it as my way of sharing my love of the outdoors and nature that surround us here in Eastern Washington. I hope that when you see my artwork it makes you want to get out, explore, share and protect all living
    things. Bees, birds, trees and the list goes on and on!

      Casting Glass Stones

      I have created as long as I can remember…. needlepoint, dolls clothes, knitting, bookmaking, mixed media…. you name it, I have likely tried it. So when a friend asked me about taking a fused glass class, it was a no brainer. Little did I know however, that this new medium would be my ultimate passion.

      Now I have a studio filled with a large variety of types and colors of glass. Sheets, cane, frit, powders and Murrini to name a few. I started my business making jewelry and quickly moved on to Christmas ornaments, framed art, and functional art, such as plates, bowls, stir sticks, and wine stoppers.

      I am always trying new techniques to push my learning and creative skills. Keep an eye out here for my new glass endeavors. Consider following me on my social media to keep up with what is happening in the studio and kilns. If you see something you like, let The Bohemian know so that I can create for you.

        Clint Whitsett

        Clint Whitsett (Whitsett Works LLC) was a corporate graphic designer, illustrator, and marketing manager in Spokane for 30 years before becoming a full-time artist.

        In early 2020, the pandemic hit, and Clint lost his job in marketing. He wasn’t ready to retire so he set to work becoming the full-time artist he’s always wanted to be.

        His work tends to be loose and relaxed with some areas of hard contrast and greater detail. What's pleasing to the eye isn't always an exact reflection of reality, so you'll see him pushing colors for greater intensity and adjusting the size or placement of elements for balance and depth.

        Clint frequently works from his own photos or those provided by a client. Most often he paints based on something his wife has suggested. Watercolor paintings can be pale or muddy if the artist isn’t confident in using the medium. Clint will frequently redo whole paintings if he’s not happy with it. “It’s better to start over than to try and save it”, Clint says. This can take days, but everything is a learning experience, so he never considers it to be a waste of time.

        Watch for new prints to be added all the time as Clint typically completes up to 30 paintings per year.
        Check out his greeting card rack for even more of his work.

          Dabble Décor

          Alicia and Kiel are a husband and wife team that enjoy hunting for and refinishing furniture with a unique flair. They enjoy curating one-of-a-kind pieces and home décor to customize your space. This includes an array of locally grown plants to add a little (or a lot) of green to your home. Alicia is the "plant lady" in our shop so if you have questions, she is your go to. She's also pretty darn good at interior design!

          ​Alicia and Kiel have three active children, ages 9, 7 & 5. If they are not enjoying the great outdoors they are attending their children's many sporting events. Family is their top priority.

          Speaking of family, Alicia is my (Danielle's) sister. When we say we are a family business, we are not kidding. Alicia is my co-conspirator in many ways at The Bohemian, including choosing some of the products at the shop and well, just being an amazing sounding board and friend.

          Note: I do have two other sisters that are also 100% supportive of The Bohemian adventures. They provide sage advice and input and were part of our first-ever trip to the Las Vegas Market where we discovered a whole new world of products for our customers. Jaime Majure sells Bath and Body products by Hensley Asher at the shop and Nicole McAllister provides solid financial advice from her career experience as a Controller. LOVE MY SEESTERS!

            Danielle Morgan

            Danielle believes that home decor and art are subtle reflections of ourselves. Her goal is to bring you and your guests inspiration, joy, and happiness.

            The pieces that Danielle creates are handmade and generally take hours to multiple days to finish. Most of the designs that she has created are original and one of a kind.

            As a full time wife and mother of 2 boys (5 & 7) Danielle is a busy woman. Macrame has given her an amazing opportunity to do something she loves, while also being available for her family.

            “I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I enjoyed creating it”

            - Danielle Morgan

              Darrell Cole

              If you looked up “Jack-of-All-Trades” in the dictionary, you just may see a photograph of Darrell Cole.
              However, unlike the true definition that suggests doing “passable” work, Darrell is a master at his current craft and has enjoyed three successful careers in his lifetime.

              ​“I have been doing woodworking the last five years or so since my retirement from ministering as a pastor,” explains Darrell. “My projects include cutting boards, pens, bowls, coasters, vases, etc. made of wood. I also do engravings in wood using my custom made CNC machine and laser machine.”

              When he is not creating hardwood pens from specialty woods from other countries, or creating beautiful cutting boards made from maple, hickory, black walnut or oak, he may be visiting with his family or enjoying time with his wife Marilyn.

                DHO Creations

                The Parrish family creates handmade soy wax candles and melts, custom built furniture, custom paint jobs, furniture restoration/flipping, and vintage finds.

                They got their start: In 2018 when Dalynn hurt her back and had to have a fusion. While she was out from work, she needed a focus, something to help her heal and keep her going. She always wanted to make candles, so she started researching and studying up on how to create safe burning candles. It was
                her way of forgetting about all the pain by losing herself in creating smells that would bring forth good memories the minute you smell them.

                As this hobby grew, she wanted an avenue where she could share them with the public everyday hence why they became part of the boho family. As her husband created displays for her, she asked him to join her in this endeavor and let his talent shine too, cause as you can see he can create some beautiful pieces of furniture!!

                Their products and furniture are a labor of love, she loves creating amazing smells with her candles and Curtis loves to build beautiful furniture pieces and together they love bringing old pieces back to life. As their son Kannon watches us, he has taken on a love for creating and fixing things too. He now helps her create candles and is always there by his dad's side learning about furniture. The perfect trio!! Nothing is more satisfying to them, than saving a piece that has many years of life left. They do all types and eras of pieces with a broad range of paint colors and can customize anything!

                  ESCNW

                  October of 2017 was our first year when our journey began when Nik created the first collection of up-cycled crystal jewelry from local thrift stores. We both were amazed at the results of his creativity, adding crystals to once used pieces and giving them new life was an amazing start to the ground floor of building our business. This process has evolved into our brand we call ESCNW, Evergreen State of Conscious! We have evolved now into our own lines of crystal jewelry, artwork and clothing! Nik is the mastermind behind the curtains and Riley is the sales lady you will see at events and stopping by to check on our displays. We have our two boys hunter and Hudson, our cat kunda and our newest addition to the family our dog moondust.

                  Each of our items we create with the intention to spread love and light into our community. All of our designs also carry a deeper meaning, weather it be the crystals properties, or the designs we use on our shirts and art each one carries a positive vibrational meaning! Our sacred Washington design (filled with the flower of life) means to keep our state sacred weather you take that as your state of being or state of environment and for every item that has this design on there we give a portion of proceeds to a local nonprofit called the lands council.

                  Our passion for the environment and our community really has sparked our journey and continues to push us to be better and do better, “to be the change you wish to see in the world” -Gandhi

                    Farmhouse Fix-Up

                    Farmhouse Fixup joined The Bohemian in March of 2021. It is owned and operated by Tammy Allen, a Spokane native. She was born and raised in Spokane Valley and loves the local community.

                    Tammy has been refinishing furniture for almost 10 years, mainly for family and friends. With the encouragement of The Bohemian, she is taking her business to the next level. While Tammy has used the ever- popular chalk paint over the years, her love lies primarily with milk paint. She is very excited tobring the Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint line to the Inland Northwest. Her stellar work has been featured on the Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint social media platforms and blog.

                    When not painting, you will find her spending time with her husband of 23 years, Eric, and her two kids, a son and daughter. Fun fact, Eric and Tammy are well-know west coast swing dancers in the area.

                    Tammy says she is both honored and excited to be a part of the Bohemian family and is looking forward to meeting many of you along the way.

                      Grove Journals

                      Owner Bio: Hailey Austin - Hailey lives in Spokane Valley with her husband Trevor, 3 labs: Mack, Daisy and Nash, and 2 horses: Falco and Bucky. Outside of her full time job and making Grove Journals, she loves exploring new hikes with the dogs and paddle boarding with her husband. She also enjoys spending her time riding her horses with summer weekends at horse shows and snowshoeing with the dogs through the winter.

                      Owner Bio: Stacey Gutierrez - Having lived in Spokane Valley for most of her life, she's grown up in and around our quaint little city. Stacey and her husband Francisco live in the valley with their 5 month old son Royal and border collie Aza. When they're not on the river Paddle boarding or riding their cruiser bikes through Millwood, you'll find the family in their wood shop out back making custom wood dining tables and other misc. items. Stacey is an accountant by trade and a creator by passion, always looking for the next fun project or idea.

                      About our products: Grove Journal is a collaborative effort between Hailey and Stacey's never ending hunt for the best day planner. Oddly enough, we haven't gotten to day planners... YET. Our wood
                      journals are hand made with local materials, the covers are crafted from 1/8 inch baltic birch plywood, and wirebound with the softest paper, printed locally here in town. We live for custom ideas and want to chat with you, to make your wants a reality. From Wedding Guest Books, to Vacation guest books, client appreciation gifts and more, we love seeing the special momentos that our clients want to create or gift.

                        Heaven Scent

                        Heaven Scent Candles WA, aka, Candle Goddess, became part of the Bohemian family in the Spring of 2019. It is owned and operated by Lisa and rob Ryder in the small town of Millwood, Washington.

                        Lisa and Rob started their adventure of candle making in 2005, for some extra income, to allow for one parent to stay home and raise their 2 boys. This adventure soon became their passion and continues today. They have become well known for bringing a smile to many faces with their sense of humor, which reflects in their fun candle titles.

                        When Lisa and Rob are not at their day jobs come at candle shows or in their shop cooking up new fragrances, they enjoy spending quality time with their family, camping with friends, and just taking time to enjoy life.

                          Honey Lou Lane

                          Jesse and Kathy Knutson, otherwise known as Honey Lou Lane, are full-time artists at The Bohemian.
                          They have been selling their pieces in-store since just after The Bohemian first opened its doors.

                          They dabble in many art forms, but their main products at this time are handcrafted wooden wall art pieces such as Mountain Art, Geometric Art and various types of wall signs. They are both “retired” and do this as their full-time dream jobs while also enjoying their home, kids and grandkids locally in Spokane Valley.

                          They believe in always keeping the art fresh and changed up as time and inspiration allow! Find them hanging up a freshly made sign inside of The Bohemian or over on Instagram @HoneyLouLane

                            Jamie Dawson

                            Jamie's Eclectic Cottage is joining the Bohemian family in their North Spokane location. Jamie with the help of her husband Dan work together on most of the projects.
                            Jamie has recycled all of her life so it only makes sense that she has a huge interest in salvaging and repurposing furniture and home goods. She loves knowing that these vintage and thrifted finds are having a second life in people's homes.
                            Together Jamie and Daniel have nine children, six grandchildren and two cats.
                            They love to garden, practice yoga and spend time outdoors when not working on projects.
                            Jamie's goal is to work on her projects full time as she gets so much peace and contentment with this.
                            She is super excited to be featured at The Bohemian.

                              Jema Lane

                              Jema Lane Boutique is new to the Boho Family, but not new to Spokane.

                              The brick & mortar location opened its doors on July 8, 2010. Jema is family owned and operated. The name is derived from the owner's 4 daughters, Janae, Erin, Megan and Ashley. Jani also has 3 sons, for a total of 7 children. She is also blessed to have 11 Grand Babies! Jani and her daughter Janae run the boutique as well as over see the "Little Jema"  Boho locations.

                              Their love for fashion is evident in the amazing style reflected in the "Little Jema" section. The goal of Jema Lane has always been to help women of all sizes and shapes feel comfortable shopping with them and leave feeling better than when they walked through the door. They carry sizes XS - 3 XL! You can also shop with them at their main location 323 S. Pines Rd. Spokane Valley, WA 99206 and online at jemalane.com.

                                Jennysloves

                                As a child, Jenny's favorite thing to do was art of any kind. She loved pottery class, mixed media, painting, pen, pencil and charcoal. For every birthday and Christmas she would ask for art materials.
                                Then she grew up . . . but never lost her passion for art. She taught for almost fourteen years. She graduated from Eastern Washington University with a reading major and a math minor. She wanted to major in art but was afraid it would be hard to find a job with an art major. While teaching, she happened to walk into The Bohemian. She was taken aback and all the things she left behind flooded back to her. After seeing all the different unique artists, she was truly inspired and realized it was not too late to go back to my first passion, art. She decided to transition from teaching to doing interior design and managing at The Bohemian.

                                She has also been happily making and selling bracelets at The Bohemian and is so thankful for the second chance! Most of her bracelets are diffuser bracelets so you can add essential oils to the lava beads. She also adds crystal charms to some of them!

                                  Julia Culp

                                  Raised by outdoor enthusiasts Julia grew up with a deep appreciation for our natural environment.

                                  Nature is what inspires and rejuvenates me. By day I am a landscape architect. 18th Avenue Designs is my creative outlet and side hustle. My artwork focuses on minimalist botanical and nature inspired illustrations, converted to temporary tattoos, glassware, art prints, and other handmade goods.

                                    Katie Cox

                                    Katie Cox makes book folding art. She can fold words, numbers and pictures into books.

                                    She was born in Eureka CA. And moved to Spokane about 16 years ago. She has gotten her parents and all 5 siblings to move to Spokane along with most of their in- laws. Katie loves Spokane so much, she wanted everyone to enjoy it here. Katie has been folding book for the last 5 years. She loves she has a hobby to make beautiful art and little extra money.

                                    Katie takes care of her 5 kids and her loving husband Eric. She watches kids during the day to help out other families and most the neighborhood kids hang out at her house. Katie says she is honored to be a part of the Bohemian family.

                                      KDT Calligraphy

                                      Hello, my name is Katie Topov and I am a new artist here at the Bohemian! Growing up I always loved to listen to music and doodle in different fonts little quotes or lyrics I would hear on the radio. I remember being so excited to go to high school because one of the elective classes they offered was a calligraphy course! It took me a few years to realize that people actually liked what I made! In 2018 I decided to
                                      offer my services on Instagram and got so many different unique projects, and just loved every single one of them. I started making signs for parties and gatherings, stickers for many different groups, even custom shirts for events. It is always so much fun to see a clients idea come to life. The creative brainstorms and back and forth to create the perfect piece for each unique client is always so satisfying.

                                      Living in Spokane for many years now it is amazing to see so many local businesses start up and grow, and I am honored to be able to join The Bohemian team.

                                        La Di Da

                                        Karen has been with The Bohemian for several years now. She loves the French country style, perhaps
                                        inspired by her visit to Paris, and that enthusiasm is reflected in her area. Each artist is unique in their
                                        taste and Karen is no exception. Many a fun item has been purchased from her!

                                        Not only does she stamp her own individual flair on the furniture she brings back to life, but her home
                                        décor items are equally unique and wonderful. If someone comes into the shop and is looking for antique/vintage items or anything French, we head them in her direction.

                                          Lakeside Illumination

                                          Lakeside Illumination joined the Bohemian in January of 2022. Adam Samuel is the artist and owner who
                                          was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and moved back to Spokane after his enlistment in the
                                          Marine Corps ended.

                                          Adam has been making lake-based metal art for 8 years but working with metal and paints for over 30 years. He has been a local fixture on the art show circuit for many years, and he has had is work in several galleries in the region: Priest Lake, Coeur d’Alene, Harrison.

                                          When he is not working on his Lakeside art, Adam enjoys family time with his wife and two kids- but also enjoys working on his old Jeeps and his 1956 Plymouth Fury. Currently, he is also in the process of building a cabin on 20 acres.

                                          Adam is looking forward to this next chapter with the Bohemian!

                                            Made & Told

                                            Jackie Goolsbey is a ceramic artist and small business owner based in North Idaho. She holds a BA in Ceramics and Printmaking at Eastern Washington University.

                                            Her work has been exhibited at galleries in Oregon and Washington and is a part of several private collections across the U.S. Her work consists mostly in functional wares but plays a bit with sculpture from time to time.

                                            She believes that the art doesn’t happen until people interact with it. Her pieces are made to create space for conversations to be had and memories to be made. A mug that a stressed out first year college student can come home to and feel belonging, the same mug she held every Sunday afternoon drinking coffee on the porch with her dad. In the chaos and unsettling first semester, that mug that feels like
                                            home. Platters that make a mother laugh thinking about a very burnt turkey four Thanksgiving’s ago. It
                                            probably was the last time she says no to some extra help in the kitchen.

                                            Maybe it’s overromanticizing everyday objects, but maybe they become a part of us. They’re objects for the everyday, making spaces special. Jackie’s work is handmade to tell your story.

                                              Market & Yale

                                              Rachael and Mia have been in business partnership for 10 years but friends for over 25 years. Together we have raised families and worked towards building a local business that loves our community and love what we do.

                                              Mia and Rachael are moms with a passion for decor, crafts, painting furniture and curating the best
                                              home decor. Mia is a mother to 4 children, recently an adoptive parent and engaged! Rachael is a mom
                                              to two, who just recently adopted Mia's nephew, so our families are connected forever! Thank you for supporting small business and making our dreams come true!

                                                My Kinda Happy

                                                My Kinda Happy has been with The Bohemian since 2018. It is owned and operated by Darcy Dahl who grew up on the West side of the mountains, North of Seattle. She and her husband moved to the Spokane area in 2015.

                                                Darcy has been making Natural Bath and Body products since 2017. She had issues with her skin and she realized that she needed products that were cleaner with less chemicals and more natural ingredients.
                                                That was when she began making her own skin care products that are cleaner, healthier and more natural than what she could find in most stores.​

                                                When she is not making bath and body products. You will find her spending time with her husband and working on all the other many crafts she enjoys.

                                                Darcy feels fortunate to have had the support of The Bohemian and their amazing team.

                                                  Perianth Herbs

                                                  Carla Martinez is a local herb grower and herbal practitioner. She is the owner and founder of Perianth Herbs and considers herself to be a tea artist both in taste and aesthetics.

                                                  She teaches medicinal herb practitioner and cultivation classes along with a fellow herbalist Mary Schmidt. Eventually they hope to turn Perianth Herbs into a local herb collective.

                                                  When not in the garden, she can be found at Healthy You Wellness Center, where she practices Colon Hydrotherapy, Bemer and consults clients on using herbs for wellbeing. In her spare time, she co-coordinates the local chapter of Herbalists Without Borders with Mary, which provides donated herbs to local shelters, food banks and food kitchens.

                                                  If you would like to learn more about the projects she is involved in, please check out the sites below.

                                                  www.perianthherbs.com
                                                  www.healthyyoucellutions.com
                                                  www.fourseasonsguild.com

                                                    Sentimental Stones

                                                    Kim finds great joy in being able to create items that people love to buy, not only as gifts, but for themselves as well! Sentimental Stones is her small business that creates handmade, tumbled stone items distinctly decorated to express special sentiments or individual styles of living.

                                                      Simchuks Laser Engraving

                                                      Simchuks Laser Engraving is owned and operated by Jerry Simchuk from Spokane Valley, Washington.
                                                      The laser business came to life with Jerry’s desire to produce custom and personalized products and services for companies and individuals with a personal touch.
                                                      Jerry was trained as an engineer with many years of production experience in a variety of manufacturing facilities, experience running and operating small businesses and a successful nationally/internationally known and respected fine art sculptor. Jerry has an eye for detail and precision work as can be seen with his fine art sculptures which he specializes in realistic bird sculptures in both wood and bronze.

                                                      The laser business has allowed Jerry to combine his engineering, artistic abilities, and business skills together. Always looking to be creative and exploring new and different ideas all the time. The laser business has provided Jerry with a never-ending avenue to explore and create for himself and others.

                                                      Jerry’s uncle, Gary Simchuk who is a retired entrepreneur and war time veteran has been working with Jerry which has given both great joy creating a variety of products.

                                                        Soulfire

                                                        This journey started for me only 2 years ago… It was my “Therapy with God” after going through a really painful time in my life. I never knew how much I would enjoy refinishing furniture and dabbling in woodworking. Not only that, I wanted to be an inspiration to others by speaking openly and honestly about grief, depression, addiction and the one God that can create beauty from all of our broken pieces. I love “working” everyday and growing my relationship with Christ… I am blessed that He created me to create… and I feel honored to get to share that with YOU! I’m never bored because I love to learn
                                                        new things all the time. You’ll see different projects in the Bohemian… such as macramé, stained glass, occasional canvas paintings and jewelry, along with painted furniture. I also am so excited to be a Retailer of Mélange Paints!

                                                        Recently, my husband Rick started working full time with me! We make a great team. He preps and fixes all the furniture, and I get to be creative and paint! Rick and have been married for almost 25 years! We have 3 children and (almost) 5 grandchildren! We feel blessed to get to be home with our youngest son who is 14. In our spare time we tend to stay home. We enjoy our little forest over here in Athol, Idaho.

                                                        The best days are ones with grandbeans in it! Both of us love to talk to anyone about Jesus. He has changed our lives!

                                                          Terri Porter

                                                          Jackie Goolsbey is a ceramic artist and small business owner based in North Idaho. She holds a BA in Ceramics and Printmaking at Eastern Washington University.

                                                          Her work has been exhibited at galleries in Oregon and Washington and is a part of several private collections across the U.S. Her work consists mostly in functional wares but plays a bit with sculpture from time to time.

                                                          She believes that the art doesn’t happen until people interact with it. Her pieces are made to create space for conversations to be had and memories to be made. A mug that a stressed out first year college student can come home to and feel belonging, the same mug she held every Sunday afternoon drinking coffee on the porch with her dad. In the chaos and unsettling first semester, that mug that feels like
                                                          home. Platters that make a mother laugh thinking about a very burnt turkey four Thanksgiving’s ago. It
                                                          probably was the last time she says no to some extra help in the kitchen.

                                                          Maybe it’s overromanticizing everyday objects, but maybe they become a part of us. They’re objects for the everyday, making spaces special. Jackie’s work is handmade to tell your story.

                                                            The Busy Bee

                                                            Hi, I am Stevie Wagar, wife and a boy mom to 3. I work full time in therapy and have always been a
                                                            Spokanite. I am the actual Busy Bee, and do my best to live up to that name. My Grandmother was a
                                                            quilter and I fell in love with the art form at a young age. I love the intricacies and the work, the
                                                            precision and the love that you can make into a quilt. I originally would make quilts for friends and
                                                            family, especially for new babies!

                                                            I was running out of friends and people I could use as reasons to make quilts for, so I have ventured out
                                                            and Created The Busy Bee, as an outlet for me to share what I think has been some of my best work yet.
                                                            Each quilt becomes my new favorite until I sew the last stitch on the next one. I hope when you see my
                                                            product you can see the effort and care I put into each one.

                                                            XO- The Busy Bee

                                                              The Eclectic Cottage

                                                              The Eclectic Cottage is new to the Bohemian family. It is owned by Rachel Hedger and her husband John.
                                                              Rachel is a gardening enthusiast, lover of flowers, and thrift store junkie who loves to give a second
                                                              chance at life to other people’s junk. Her furniture painting journey began several years ago with a chalk
                                                              painting class and she has been painting furniture and décor ever since.

                                                              Rachel loves to spend time tending to her perennial gardens at her home at the base of Mt. Spokane
                                                              where she also operates a small flower farm. Her love of plants is carried through to her business as
                                                              well, and she not only sells house plants but also has a nursery at her shop on the north side.

                                                              She and her husband love to take road trips where they are always on the lookout for a thrift store or
                                                              yard sale. They love spending time with their three grown children and their grandbabies, and they are
                                                              very much looking forward to this new leg of their journey and getting to know their new Bohemian
                                                              family.

                                                                Two Branch Woodworks

                                                                Two Branch Woodworks joined the Bohemian in March of 2022. It is owned by Bruce Haley, who lives in
                                                                the Spokane Valley. As a member of a military family and a member of the Armed Services himself, he
                                                                has traveled extensively and chose to retire in Spokane.

                                                                After a lifetime of service to this country, Bruce has found a new love. Turning hunks of wood into future
                                                                family heirlooms. All his work is created right here in the Northwest.

                                                                He is a second-generation wood turner; his father, a longtime turner, taught him as a child, but only in
                                                                his retirement has he been able to begin turning again and return to his childhood passion.
                                                                Bruce is also a second-generation member of the United States Coast Guard. Together, Bruce and his
                                                                father rescued mariners for 4 decades. And now Bruce uses his years of practice to identify and rescue
                                                                hidden pieces of art in wood that otherwise would go to waste. Each piece is created through a series of
                                                                steps taking many months to harvest, process, dry, shape and finish. No two pieces are alike; each is an
                                                                original.

                                                                Bruce hopes you enjoy yours.

                                                                Bruce is excited to be a part of the Bohemian family and is looking forward to meeting many of you
                                                                along the way.

                                                                  Vintage King Jewelry

                                                                  Carol King has been with The Bohemian from the beginning. She is the "jewelry lady" at the shop. After a
                                                                  successful career in marketing and development she started focusing on her new career, owning Vintage
                                                                  King jewelry. She is passionate about finding beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces for her customers.

                                                                  Vintage King focuses on vintage jewelry but also has newer costume and fine jewelry. Stones and gems
                                                                  are her passion so it makes sense she just started carrying crystal and stone towers - from Rose Quartz
                                                                  to Bumblebee Jasper. We’ve been told Vintage King is the best jewelry store around and we are proud
                                                                  to house it within The Bohemian.

                                                                  ​Carol is even more passionate about her family. She has four grown daughters and 10 grandchildren to
                                                                  date, and her family is at the center of her world, including me. Again, that family business theme. Carol
                                                                  is my (Danielle's) mom. She helps me with marketing, events, and graphics (another passion) for The
                                                                  Bohemian. With her partner, Scott Sherman, she loves to spend time with grandkids and family, relax at
                                                                  the lake and ensure their yard is the best in the neighborhood.

                                                                    Whim & Wonder

                                                                    Jamie is the owner of Whim & Wonder Boutique. She explains that she is deaf, as well as my partner,
                                                                    and that they are both fluent in American Sign Language (ASL). Their children are CODA, bilingual and
                                                                    bicultural, and utilize ASL to communicate.

                                                                    Jamie is a preschool teacher as well, working in elementary education for the last 16 years. When she is
                                                                    not running her boutique or teaching, she enjoys the beautiful outdoors with my family. They take
                                                                    frequent "glamping" trips to their summer property. When it's cold out, she enjoy a good movie or a
                                                                    book; also game nights; entertaining company and gatherings around the table.

                                                                    Her clothing line can be found in our newly repurposed "Kid's Corner". Her specialty is buttery soft,
                                                                    sensory friendly, high-quality children’s clothing for girls to boys. Babes to tweens is carried in ultra soft,
                                                                    whimsical designs that have the longevity to keep up with your kids! She believes in supporting
                                                                    American business women so all of her clothes are designed, made, and sold by women! Everything she
                                                                    carries is below $35, with $24-$28 being the average!

                                                                      Riley & Danielle Golay
                                                                      Owners, The Bohemian

                                                                      Always dreaming of being a mother, I (Danielle) didn’t want to miss a thing when our daughter, Colie,
                                                                      was born. We started this adventure with the vision of me being able to take our daughter to work every day. We took our hobby and love of building and refinishing furniture to the next level and decided to share our creations with the public. With my daughter by my side, we have created an outlet for local artists sharing the same passions and dreams we do, creating something beautiful and different. One of
                                                                      our goals is to spark love, imagination and creativity in others. We want to create something special for
                                                                      you, our amazing customers.

                                                                      The Bohemian family of artists is constantly growing and changing, just as our family has done. I now have our son, Azlee, by my side most days at the shop while Colie is in preschool.

                                                                      Are you a local artist looking for a home to showcase your work? Send us an email and let's talk!

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